Seems really weird that an eCat can do something the sun can’t. Science is of course begging to know the reason why. You just don’t get effects on nuclei from things going on in the atoms’ electron clouds. The two are different worlds and the twain don’t meet (except that nuclei can sometimes grab electrons from inner orbitals resulting in spectacular X rays). How are nuclei built? Are they just little balls of nuclonium or something that can have its own hairy, nonspherical characteristic? Trying to solve eCat might shed a lot of light on that.
Seems really weird that an eCat can do something the sun cant.
I agree. I’d say it’s right up there on the “weirdness scale” with superconduction, quantum uncertainty, and general relativity time dilation.