Talk:Cold Nuclear Fusion: A Hypothesis

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Cold fusion theoretically dynamicsEdit

It seems for any stable cold fusion or low temperature e ergy action/reaction to occur is a continuous(inner core)chain reaction contained by encasing (outer core)with a containment charge simultaneously set to pressure nuclear fission back inward before uncontrolled nuclear reaction,then the Sincity95060 (talk) 01:46, 20 March 2018 (UTC)