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esas piedras cubiertas por la niebla debidas a una violenta explosión de una supernova. the amazing thing is that no one suspected that the stones had survived for millennia . A: This is possible, but I'm going to assume a bit here. First, let's look at a question I've asked about this in the past, because I think that question is a good place to start: How are stellar explosions similar to nuclear fission? It's a question about nuclear physics, and I think that question helps set up the next one. When a massive star dies, it collapses under its own gravity and becomes a supernova. As it collapses, the star goes through nuclear burning, where the star uses its fuel (mostly hydrogen and helium) to produce the heat that then drives the explosion. From the nuclear physics point of view, it's similar to nuclear fission. Fission is the nuclear process that occurs in a nucleus, where the nucleus splits into smaller nuclei. In the case of fission, that nucleus splits into smaller nuclei, resulting in more neutrons (and, thus, more energy). But there's more. From a stellar physics point of view, this means that the star basically explodes, turning into a supernova. This, in turn, produces supernovae which blow up gas in other stars, allowing those stars to become more massive, and ultimately explode as supernovae in their own turn. Harold Akselrod Harold Akselrod (April 2, 1918 – October 13, 2001) was an American pianist and composer of more than 100 musical compositions, most notably the book, music and lyrics for the musical comedy Gypsy starring Ethel Merman and Jerry Lewis. Early life Akselrod was born Harold Francis Akselrod, the third of five children of Freda (née Jonas) and Harold Akselrod in Chicago, Illinois. He began piano lessons at the age of three, and was taught by his mother, who was a pianist. In the eighth grade, he was taught by a professional teacher, who, because of Akselrod's strong left hand, noticed his ability to switch hands. At the age of 15, he played Chopin's études Op. 10, No. 6, and Op. 28, No. 12 at an audition at the Chicago Musical College. His first professional engagement









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