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Helium Production in Stellar Metamorphosis, or Where Did Earth's Helium Come From?

Authors: Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski

It is taught and accepted by the establishment's dogma that most of the helium on Earth is produced by radioactive decay. This is false. Most of the helium on Earth was simply trapped during crust formation during later stages of stellar evolution. This is why it is found and extracted mostly from natural gas deposits, and not uranium mines.

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