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At the core of a star

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What happens at the core of a star? What is the environment there? How does it affect the behavior of elementary electromagnetic energy systems, such as neutrinos, electrons, protons, and their anti-particles? What does an atomic structure look like at the core of a star - could it be that all its constituent particles are the same size there - and only differentiate into nucleons and orbital particles under less extreme conditions? What role does entanglement play in the behavior of electromagnetic energy at the stellar core and outward into less extreme environments?

Sample illustration from Entanglement section:

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