Talk:Nuclear fusion

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The discussion about stars is completely inaccurate. I would greatly appreciate to see the information this was based on. Until then let me impart this. Fusion can occur as 2 helium atoms fuse together. In fact this process can be repeated until the final result which is iron. As the life of a star continues this iron core grows. In some cases it is so massive that it collapses in on itself to form a neutron star. However it can collapse fully to a singularity (or black hole). These collapses are usually accompanied by a very large explosion, or supernova. In any case a star is a giant gas ball of nuclear reaction. That is the very definition of unstable. Once again, like so many other pages. Don't post stuff if you are just making it up. Swifty 19:38, 9 December 2009 (EST)