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Author: rorschach
Time: 05/06/05 09:48 PST
This is a reply to message no. 15996 by gerdb
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Feasibility question
gerdb, your tinfoil hat is showing.

converting helium to hydrogen would require stripping one of the protons from the neucleus, there is NO WAY a catalyst can affect the neucleus of any atom. all catalysts work only on electron bonds. I'd recommend you leave the nuclear physics to people who know what they are doing.
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