|MadSci Network: Physics|
Definitely yes. It is theoretically possible, but in practice, it seems to be unlikely. At least, right now. The problem with fusing heavy nuclei is the very high temperatures required. Fusing two hydrogen nuclei requires a temperature of millions of degrees, which is already demanding enough for our technology. And it will take another 50 years at least for this to be feasible. But who knows what people will be able to do in the future? As a matter of fact, I do not know of anybody trying to do this at the present moment. Raul Sanchez
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