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Modern science denies the possibility of nucleosynthesis at room temperatures, considering this process as part of high temperature physics and plasma physics. However, if you look at the problem from the other side, proceeding from the concepts of low temperature physics and quantum mechanics, then the situation changes dramatically. This article presents the hypothesis of a simple and natural mechanism through which cold nucleosynthesis may be probably the most widespread nuclear process on the Earth.
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