By JonThm on YouTube.com Jonathan Thomason
Wherever we have strong interactions of H2O, some of this is converted into He, O and a lot of heat – one form of molecular nuclear fusion.
The O bonds with O2, to form O3 – ozone. So if you want to smell where nature is doing molecular nuclear fusion, use your nose.
In the country, by water falls or breaking waves, by electrical switch gear in the rain. Even in our own bodies.
An animal body does it in the blood and mitochondria. As plants do it in the photoblasts.