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First Footnote : Thermonuclear Radiation Decoded, Volume 4

By Laura, Rochelle, A, Ms.

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Title: First Footnote : Thermonuclear Radiation Decoded, Volume 4  
Author: Laura, Rochelle, A, Ms.
Volume: Volume 4
Language: English
Subject: Science Fiction, Adventure, Warfare
Collections: Adventure, Authors Community, Most Popular Books in China, Medicine
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This is the story of a most remarkable entity: thermonuclear radiation. The process is the mass of the atom’s nucleus turned into radiative energy. Oddly, atom’s mysterious properties are alluded to in scripture; and for its powers primeval beings via for the prize while exploiting its work. Its' genesis is fundamental as it presently overshadows our existence for good...or evil! Antiquity reveals it is germane to life; also is instrumental in its' formation as well as the primary function in the Cosmos of stellar here is the paramountcy of this Mardi-gras of errors:

The rich literary-historical saga of the most powerful forces in Nature.

CREATOR made thermonuclear light; without Himself and this light, was not any thing made that was made. This light or radiation is what the stars are formed by. In Genesis this process is mysteriously encrypted thru the term ‘star’ and ‘light.’ Creator then made a beautiful angel to take care of this powerful force; Genesis was to introduce the force and the troubled angel (and Savior from this dilemma) that is referred to in several other books of the Bible as well.

Table of Contents
CREATOR 2 War in Heaven 3 Creator Had a Plan 4 In the Genesis 4 Creator Promised 5 Creator Knew 5 Creator would come 5 Creator 6 After 2 Thousand Years 6


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