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What prevents the hydrogen in the ocean from fusing (or negligible amount of fusion) during the event of an underwater hydrogen bomb explosion? Isn't the pressure and temperature produced by the bomb adequate to initiate fusion in the surrounding water's hydrogen? I'm asking only from curiousity, after reading about the conditions for fusion and the conditions created by a fusion bomb.
Re: Why doesn't H-bomb cause the fusion of Hydrogen in ocean?
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