The gravity of the Sun, which is almost 28 times that of Earth, ''traps'' hydrogen from its atmosphere and this hydrogen fuels the Sun’s fusion reaction. At temperatures of 15 million degree Celcius in the Sun's core, hydrogen gas becomes plasma, the fourth state of matter. In a plasma, the negatively charged electrons in atoms are completely separated from the positively charged atomic nuclei (or ions). The Sun's gravitational force confines the positively-charged hydrogen nuclei and work with the high temperatures that cause the nuclei to move around furiously, collide at high speeds overcoming the natural electrostatic repulsion that exists between the positive charges and fuse to form the heavier helium.
Cold Fusion does not need plasma due to the DDL so why does sun need plasma?
The gravity is necessary but that can be smaller than they think from the ColdFusion mechanism with DDL.
So the plasma fusion researcher must think and reconsider what they are doing without thinking DDL.
For the nuclear physics researcher or cosmology researcher.
could you please consider my concern.
added on 2020/08/04
I think DDL can have impact on cosmology so I want to reconsider the following article.
Distant Giant Planets Form Differently Than ‘Failed Stars’
This is based on the current phyics, but I thought this discussion may need hydrogen DDL
because I think DDL can allow the different type of stellar based on smaller hydrogen(DDL) due to the smaller gravity.
I think that if the space is full of smaller hydrogen, the form of stellar can be different from our sun.