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Solid metallic hydrogen has been produced in the laboratory

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Meh, I wouldn't hang on to hope if I were you. Best case scenario (and most likely), metallic hydrogen is not metastable at room temperature. Perhaps the container it was in experienced some fault and the environment around the sample changed. Worst case, the researchers weren't being truthful or were skewering their data. I really doubt they could have somehow "misplaced" the sample. I mean, we're talking about Harvard scientists working in a tightly regulated lab environment here, not some average numnuts tinkering around in his garage. If anybody messes with that sample, it's going on record as part of the scientists' observations. 

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