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Could you somehow crush hydrogen atoms with magnetic fields in order to produce it? Or maybe someday someone will invent a material capable of withstanding 500GPa and we'll have giant machines that crush atoms together? Given that diamonds can be synthesized as well I don't think it would be too hard.

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Considering that no one has yet to produce hardly even a small quantity of this substance, how to produce a lot of it would be pure speculation.

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