Hydrogen compressed millions of times forms a cel

Subject:
Hydrogen compressed millions of times forms a cell structure. And inside the moves loosely and outside Which is very strong.
From:
Kenneth Udut
Date:
9/6/2013 4:05 AM

Hydrogen compressed millions of times forms a cell structure. And inside the moves loosely and outside Which is very strong.

First surface tension. First cell wall.
Compressed further, and I believe you will get carbine. Carbine is extremely unstable. Simply touching and it explodes.

When it decompresses, it will form a structure like the stable cell structure of phase 4 hydrogen.

I believe phase four hydrogen then expanded like a sponge with negative pressure And it has been expanding ever since as a whole.

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