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Is it possible to fuse two atoms together, ((Without)) producing engergy?
when you fuse iron, the product of iron fusion has more mass than the reactants. Therefore, iron fusion does not create energy; instead, iron fusion requires the input of energy.
Supernova nucleosynthesis is also thought to be responsible for the creation of elements heavier than iron and nickel, in the last few seconds of a type II supernova event. The synthesis of these heavier elements absorbs energy (endothermic) as they are created
How do you figure dark matter and dark energy, coming from a black hole. A black hole is collapsing matter due to the high intensity of gravity it is not forming a solid rock, or fusion. If you have some evidence to support this theory, Please explain.
We have roughly between 4 to 5 billion years, to exist elsewhere
Okay I'm sorry but I must disagree to some extent. unknown compression load, gravity rotation. Everything else, but on the fusing part I have to take a disagreement with you can fuse all the way up to iron, then you must apply energy to fuse anything past that unfortunately you can't get past the size of the nucleolus of current calculations. They are big, they decompose once you get past a certain size. What you would actually end up with is a quark soup, and you would actually be shocked if you figured out how much compression. It would take to cause to quarks of the same sign to touch together,or two electrons. As far as the dark matter and dark energy are concerned, I'd have to disagree with you black hole is a gravity field. It is pulling matter in not releasing matter, and anything that falls into a black hole stays there. Okay, here alternative theory and dark matter in the beginning of time will matter was created. There are 6 types of quarks they will all decompose to become of quarks and down quarks. They also have the ability to combine and form something if some of them combined, and became dark matter. It would fit the state of matter 14.7 billion years ago dark matter was 68% of the galaxy dark energy is not even mentioned. In order for your theory to be correct. There should be no dark matter or dark matter and energy because there was no black holes at this time. So I say these quarks combined and formed dark matter which has mass and gravity, over time, this dark matter has deteriorated and become dark energy, and now the dark matter is about 25% of the universe. Just a thought. Give me yours.