Subject: Is there enough water pressure at the bottom of the ocean to fuse hydrogen?
Date: Mon Mar 3 17:24:55 2003
Posted by Joel
Grade level: 7-9
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Area of science: Physics
Assuming we ignore the major problems with this, would the water pressure at
the bottom of the ocean be enough to cause bubbles of hydrogen to fuse into
helium? The water would act as containment for the energy, although I don't
know how the energy could be collected.
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