The sun, 99.9 % of the mass of our solar system, now 4.6 billion years old, will die in about 4 billion years. Meanwhile thermonuclear fusion at its core provides light and energy explaining our presence.
Non-renewable energy sources are just that:non-renewable. Solar energy uses infrared sunlight, about 2 % of the spectrum, insufficient for our requirements.
Another energy source from the sun was empirically demonstrated in 1956: Neutrinos, very low mass invisible electrically neutral elementary particles representing roughly 98 % of available solar energy.
We salute Takaaki Kajita of Japan and Arthur McDonald of Canada for their discovery of neutrino oscillations:
winners of the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics.
Many groups worldwide are working quietly to harness this energy source. Neutrino Inc. is such a group leading this revolution.
LIFE WILL CHANGE RADICALLY WITHIN THE NEXT 10 TO 20 YEARS.