I know it's a stupid question... but when I tear a paper i may coincidentally split it and create nuclear fission.
When i tried experimenting, by tearing the paper for HELLKNOWS how many times, I didn't see any changes apart from torn papers but when I actually think of it the whole paper consists of an atom, and the chances of tearing the nucleus is so freaking high that every time i tear a paper I probably be creating nuclear fission.
Maybe what my question is, does tearing a paper produces energy? But i still want to know if it really IS nuclear fission.
NOTE: I don't have much knowledge about physics and I learn it by observing.