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Would the Laws of thermodynamics work in space?
What about nuclear fusion?
Would it be governed by the laws of thermodynamics if it exists?
I find this talk of "being in space" as rather nonsensical if we are not in space where the Hell are we, Do they mean that do the laws of thermodynamics only apply in a gravitational field at least as strong as that of the Earth ?.I am put in mind of the "Brits" who talk of "going to Europe" as though they where not already there.
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