|Cold Fusion and Biological Transmutations
will soon be hearing much more news about Cold Fusion in the media, a
topic you thought had been successfully killed and buried. What does Cold
Fusion really mean to the average person? It means a totally new world; I
mean completely new. Instead of building dams, crews will be dismantling
old ones, restoring habitats, reclaiming lands, building on them;
dismantling power lines, redesigning automobiles, and every other means of
transportation; personal power supplies to run your home for a fraction of
your current power costs; blackouts will be a thing of the past; global
warming stops completely, and the ozone hole stops growing, so humanity
may be saved; greed for oil and gas will be gone; space travel will become
a reality etc. This would be an ideal fuel for anti-gravity devices, or Cook's reactionless spacecraft which converts centrifical force into linear force.
Well, a lot of scientists and even a president and vice-president thought they would never hear of it again. A January 2003 TV presentation of "Phenomenon," which investigates scientific fraud, stated that cold fusion is a fact and the scientific community is guilty of a smear and cover-up.
Who can dismiss the paradigm shift that I am about to reveal to you without further investigation regarding its truth?
If Cold Fusion is a fact, wouldn't we see some evidence of it in nature? A valid question. Why not cast aside for a moment all rigid thought and allow for new ideas and see how good it feels.
So what is the evidence for Cold Fusion in nature? Well, what we must prove is this: basic elements of the periodic table are not fixed, but change within living organisms as required. If we can prove that, Cold Fusion (low temperature nuclear reactions) exists.
What is the evidence for such phenomenon? I ask you to consider the experiments of Louis C. Kervran, member of the New York Academy of Science.
Louis Kervran proved beyond reasonable doubt that elements change readily from one to another in living organisms. This may shock you who have, like myself, been indoctrinated with the old paradigm that says nothing changes under ordinary chemical means. They mean that it must be some kind of nuclear reaction then, high radiation, heat, and radioactive waste. Otherwise the elements we have today are essentially what was here many millions of years ago.
Goethe said: "One preceives the fundamental essence of life in the living, not the inanimate, in that which is changing, not what is finished."
Lavoisier was a great scholar of the 18th Century. He is the father of modern chemistry. He considered the atom to be the smallest particle of matter and constant in nature, and it was assumed that no element could be created. The atom could not disappear. If it should separate from a molecule of two or more atoms, it could be found unchanged in another molecule.
This paradigm allowed science to develop chemistry to the level it exists today. But are we stuck at this level or are there other newer paradigms? According to the new science of Biological Transmutations, and Cold Fusion, the answer is "yes."
In the 20th Century we
saw the first contradiction: radioactive radium was finally transformed
into lead. But it was thought that non-radioactive elements could not be
transformed unless it is by some high heat nuclear reaction.
"The essential is to get
rid of deeply rooted prejudices which we often repeat without examining
|Aberrant Observations in Biological
Have you ever wondered where chickens got all that calcium for their eggs? When the writer read Kervran's experiments, it was immediately clear that this man had a point. There was no way that chickens could get calcium out of their bones or food to supply the quantity required. He observed that chickens ate silica-rich mica on the ground. Sand went in too, but when the gizzard is opened, only sand is found. Where did the mica go? Into the stomach? Why was this mineral swallowed by the chicken?
This is the point where Louis Kervran's theory really began, as a boy on the farm. Later, as a scientist, when he analyzed the calcium intake by the chicken against what was excreted, he realized that much more came out than went in. Read the book, which contains his scientific experiments that you can replicate.
In Cold Fusion we are talking about the transmutation of two hydrogen atoms to form helium. In Biological Transmutations we are talking about the transmutation of light elements by the addition and subtraction of mainly hydrogen and oxygen. We may be able to learn from biology what we need to perfect Cold Fusion.
All laws of classical physics have been deduced from experiments made on dead matter. Physicists were among the first to recognize biological transmutations as if that was the natural direction their field should go next. Gyorgyi, the Nobel Prize winner stated that molecular biochemistry is not enough to understand living matter, we must go to the subatomic level which produces the unknown. Otherwise physics becomes a "science of probabilities, and biology the science of the improbable."
Reduction/Oxydation Biotransmutation Equations:
Ca - H = K
Na + O = K
Ca atomic number = 40
H atomic number = 1
K atomic number = 39
This is one small example of a process that is going on in living organisms constantly. From our knowledge of biological transmutations we can state the following:
1) It appears that organic chemistry is only the final stage of molecular rearrangement.
2) The nucleus of the atom in light elements is quite different from what nuclear physics regards as the average type, the latter having value only for the heavy elements.
3) Nature moves particles from one nucleus to another - particles such as hydrogen and oxygen nuclei being added or subtracted and, in some cases, the nuclei of carbon and lithium. This is how transmutations occur.
4) Biological transmutation is a phenomenon completely different from the atomic fissions or fusions of physics, it reveals a property of matter not yet seen prior to this work by Louis Kervran.
Potassium: the biological regulator. Potassium (K) can be produces endogenously from sodium (Na) and requires one-millionth of the energy of a reaction of nuclear physics in vitro. (in glass)
K + H = Ca
If there is too much K in the presence of H it will give calcium (Ca). The presence of H (hydrogen) is linked to acidity (low pH). An excess of H ions signifies and acidity that might become dangerous for the cell. However in that case K can join an H nucleus to produce Ca thereby establishing alkalinity and an optimum Ca/K ratio. The agent of equilibrium is thus K. Note that the blood must remain at the normal pH of 7.4. A slight increase in acidity to even 7.2 results in death. Therefore some means must be available for the body to buffer the blood without resorting to mere chemistry.
K and Ca are found in the same proportion in sea water.
I will jump ahead a little just to show you the results of Kervran's experiment on germinating lentils. Remember, that if one experiment contradicts a theory, that theory has a flaw. These experiments were conducted in triple distilled water. Phosphorus (P) Total (mg):
July 4 .......105
There was a 6.25% decrease in phosphorus (in light). The conclusion is that beyond any dispute, there is a certain disappearance of phosphorus, varying with the species of seed. So, what the nuclear scientists are saying about cold fusion, namely that you can't have these kinds of reactions without the attendant high radiation and temperature, is totally wrong. And since it is, there is no reason why scientists cannot find the methods of running these reactions for the benefit of mankind - to produce cheap, clean electricity.
An article published by
Reader's Digest (June, 2001) states that Arthur C. Clarke predicted that
the first commercial devices for producing clean, safe power by
low-temperature nuclear reactions will go on the market early in the new
millennium, heralding end of the fossil fuel
age. The following year the motor industry will replace all
fuel-burning engines with this new energy device. A bit optimistic?
Perhaps. But that is what drives invention, not pessimism.
© 2001 - 2008 Osmo Joronen