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The Parallel of Significance - 1995


In 1994/5 Xmas whilst holidaying up the coast of NSW (The Entrance -~120kls north of Sydney) I wrote the [ parallel of siginificance ].

It was quite unusal after a long bought of illness from 1978 but, as the sun set on the beach I raised my left arm and hand covering the setting sun, and placed it in the sea.

"A parallel of significance has been reached between, hydrogen in its nuclear sense as in our stars, with hydrogen in its humble chemical sense here on Earth". Stephen V Zorbas 1995.

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