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EssayBee on Sept. 30, 2014
Here's page 5 of Fusion #10, and things go from bad to worse with Fracture.
at 11:33AM, Sept. 30, 2014
(?_?) proton , iron... What? ... All I know is that I know nothing...
at 7:21AM, Sept. 30, 2014
And considering Fracture is the only being able to theoretically negate Fusion's powers, we might see a lot of lead and iron being produced by their fight, seeing as lead is where profitable fission hard stops and iron is where profitable fusion hard stops... I wonder if people (with scientific equipment) have noticed the increased helium levels in the air in certain areas, or if its not significantly large enough to cause any concern. That said one common by product of fission is loose protons otherwise known as hydrogen so save for the heavier materials for fission, it should balance out...