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Abstract

The evolution of the solar interior is analyzed from a classical, independent, particle interaction model. In this model, it is presumed that the plasma has attained an organized state of development, thus reaching a condition of static equilibrium. Henceforth, the ionized particles remain at essentially fixed distances of interaction.

Most current standard solar parameters, as well as standard data pertinent to the associated atomic particles, have been utilized. All associated energy quantities are computed within the frame-work of the model, employing conventional techniques. The possibly of "strong force" interactions between charged particles separated at nuclear distances, is also considered.

It is shown that the total repulsive energy exceeds all other stabilizing factors. including the gravitational potential energy. A proposal regarding the deficiency in detecting solar neutrinos is also presented.

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