Nuclear energy from the semantic viewpoint

Forums Physics and Philosophy Nuclear energy from the semantic viewpoint

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    In your book Quantum Meaning atoms are symbols of meaning, which, when aggregated into molecules are like sentences in a book.

    In this context, how can we understand nuclear fission/fusion and the effects of nuclear energy (which is expelled during this process) on objects? What would be the difference in the semantic theory between a ray of light and a radioactive ray?


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