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Offline thedoc

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Kitti :3 asked the Naked Scientists:
   Hello! I was wondering if during cavitation in sonoluminescence, if you were to expand the bubble, with maybe a gyroscopic system, and introduce a new gas, or expand  out of the original container into a controlled air chamber, if tweaked slightly, could you maybe create a hotter core capable of cold fusion? Maybe sustain the star in a jar? I watched a thing on YouTube and was like yoooo!!!!
What do you think?
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Re: I have a technique for cold fusion - could it work?
« Reply #1 on: 30/01/2016 10:03:35 »
Then it wouldn't be cold anymore.
 

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