Recovered: Transmutation on Stars, Planets etc

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Re: Recovered: Transmutation on Stars, Planets etc

Unread post by Lloyd » Thu Apr 07, 2011 1:12 pm

* A friend mentioned the following. Raptures of the Deep was published in 1995. It's available as an eBook from Mikamar. The chapter on Transmutation is also at In fact, an email he'd written (June 26, 2008, Re: Nanoprobes) said: There was a 1978 paper by Solomon Goldfein (U.S. Army Mobility Equipment Research & Development Command, Ft. Belvoir, VA, Report 2247, May 1978) on biological transmutation, where he postulated that a cell's mitochondria was a micro-cyclotron: 'Energy Development From Elemental Transmutations In Biological Systems' , which is also discussed in the above chapter link. See also He also said: It's curious that magnesium plays a central role in mitochondrial activity -- MgATP -- that Goldfein considers a micro-cyclotron. Equally curious is that the active moiety in hemoglobin is iron, which is chemically quite different from magnesium, but which itself (magnesium) plays a similar central role in plant chlorophyll.
* There's a plethora of abstracts relating to transmutation at:

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Re: Recovered: Transmutation on Stars, Planets etc

Unread post by oz93666 » Wed Jan 22, 2014 2:08 pm

bboyer wrote:Kervran himself found that superheated nitrogen, N2, transmutes in the body into carbon-monoxide, CO. A wood stove in a room can heat the air next to the red-hot pipe enough to give people in the room headaches. He found that this is from the nitrogen converting into carbon-monoxide.
This sounds like a Terrible blasphemy against all we know about nuclear reactions.
Assuming it were possible to convert a carbon and oxygen atom into two nitrogen atoms, the masses would not be exactly the same and the released energy and particles would be explosive to say the least.


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