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Ghislain
01-25-2017, 09:49 PM
Russian Scientists Produce A Technology That Can Transmute Any Element Into Another (http://www.anonews.co/russian-tech-elements/)

True or false? :confused:

Ghislain

Illen A. Cluf
01-26-2017, 02:35 PM
Absolutely amazing! If true, this would be one of the most significant discoveries in science ever. Thanks for sharing.

Quarrox
01-27-2017, 02:24 AM
Interesting, but the video is from June 2016. What happened in the meantime?

Illen A. Cluf
01-27-2017, 03:10 AM
Interesting, but the video is from June 2016. What happened in the meantime?

According to this article of December 16, 2016:

"At present, Sakhno and Kurashov are looking to present their revolutionary technology to potential partners in Europe and the United States."

http://anonhq.com/russian-scientists-develop-technology-transmute-chemical-elements-using-bacteria/

The process involves bacteria (Thiobacillus).

Dendritic Xylem
01-27-2017, 03:56 AM
I looked into it when it first broke the news. If I remember correctly, they use the bacteria on a mixture of stable elements like iron as well as radioisotopes.
After transmutation, you end up with a medley of toxic radioisotopes that requires careful separation and refining.
It sounded very dangerous and not very controlled as far as the types of elements you get out of it.
Probably not the best method to try to synthesize precious elements, at least for non-professionals.

But as a scientific discovery, it is quite revolutionary. Which is exactly why you won't see it in state-sanctioned curriculum any time soon.

Kiorionis
01-27-2017, 04:18 AM
If I remember correctly, they use the bacteria on a mixture of stable elements like iron as well as radioisotopes.
After transmutation, you end up with a medley of toxic radioisotopes that requires careful separation and refining.

Radioactive bacteria consuming elements?? Haha sounds like the beginning to a good superhero comic series.

I remember reading on the forums about a bacteria which digests compounds and produces gold as a byproduct. Curious if they're using the same strain.

elixirmixer
02-03-2017, 01:26 AM
I think David Hudson had a belief that these 'bio-transmutations' were actually a result of elements coming out of their M-state. AKA: metals that were already there, but we're previously undetectable.

Would be nice to put some of these bacteria under the microscope.