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Blue Eagle Alchemy converts 1 ton of beer bottles to 400 oz of gold - The process involves taking beer bottles, running them through a grinder and crucible, then heating it and placing it in a microwave oven for 1.5 hours in a "precious metal bloom condition", then quenching in a pail of water. It is said to involve an LENR phenomenon. (PESWiki; June 12, 2014)
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Directory:Joe Champion, Alchemist - One of the most well-known alchemists in the world has come up with a transmutation method called LENC (Low Energy Nuclear Change). Recently, he and his team allegedly have demonstrated a commercially viable method for doing this transmutation in large quantities. (PESWiki; August 28, 2012)
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NanoSpire, Inc. on Harnessing Cavitation Zero Point Energy to Produce Fusion and Transmutation in Water - The folks at NanoSpire seem to be on the cusp of something huge in knowing how to accurately tame cavitation forces. Energy is just one of the zillions of applications that range from microsurgery to element production. (PESN; April 28, 2012)
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Vernon Roth's Element Copy Machine Using Hydroxy Alchemy - Vernon Roth claims that in the process of creating hydrogen/oxygen gas in certain hydroxy cells that elements in the water were found to be replicated -- alchemy -- as much as 10-13 times. An element copy machine. In his video interview with us, he explains the phenomenon (part A) then describes how he does it (part B). (PESWiki; June 31, 2011)
- Transmutation of Elements Chart - This chart is arranged in a seven-orbit spiral; towards the center, atomic weight becomes heavier and heavier, and atomic number goes higher and higher. (Free Energy Blog; July 7, 2014)
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