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Author Topic: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter  (Read 2637 times)

Offline ChileanOne

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Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« on: September 20, 2020, 06:56:32 PM »
I wanted to start this thread because years have passed since an Italian team of researcher published their first paper in a mainstream journal and no one has batted an eye.


They proved in that paper, and in two others published later, that energy applied to a fluid metal trough an ultrasonic vibrating electromechanical device induced transmutation.


This should have been major news, as this is completely impossible by any understanding of orthodox science, yet it happens and can be independently reproduced.


I will post the link to the three papers on transmutation induced in mercury by means of ultrasound (they refer to the same experiment but took three papers to publish the range of results, with different levels of peer review conditions).


https://www.researchgate.net/profile/F_Cardone/publication/285754907_Nuclear_metamorphosis_in_mercury/links/5777af9208ae1b18a7e438eb.pdf


https://www.worldscientific.com/doi/abs/10.1142/S0217979217501685


https://iscmns.org/2018/11/jcmnsv27/ (First article of the volume)




I will also post a Link to a more recent paper where they reported the effect of apparent reduction of radioactivity in a solution of Ni63, which is also achieved by transmutation of the elements by means of ultrasound cavitation.


https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s42452-019-1391-6


I will then post a video of one demonstration of the mercury transmutation by the Italian team.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ-_T1nWqP0


Hope you enjoy!


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Offline conradelektro

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2020, 08:11:31 PM »
Since Fleischmann and Pons cold fusion or cold transmutation is still elusive. Some try it with electricity in special solutions, some with cavitation and some in a plasma.

Let's hope it will work soon. The world would need it.

It would be difficult to do experiments at home.

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2020, 10:52:42 PM »
Cavitation can be induced at home with an ultrasonic denture cleaner. Here you can find an experiment that has compelling evidence of transmutation induced in a piece of indium foil using this method:


http://www.quantumheat.org/index.php/en/home/mfmp-blog/552-ultr-affordable-ultrasonic-driven-transmutation



The biggest hindrance to so called cold fusion or LENR has been the lack of acceptance of the existence of the phenomenon by mainstream, not the repeatability of the phenomenon.


 In the case of ultrasonic or other means of mechanically induced cavitation, the main problem is that no one has ever taken the claims seriously enough to attempt replication.


The patent application of Ryushin Omasa for the use of his apparatus for creating more valuable metals starting from simpler chemical solutions has some impressive data of transmutation in cavitated solutions. I totally recommend taking a look. The effect is enhanced when the vibrating plates are plated with palladium and also when heavy water is added.


https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/5a/11/30/8ec98a558f3b83/US20180012673A1.pdf


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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #3 on: September 21, 2020, 11:47:55 AM »
I believe the copper wire in my Spiral Quadfilar Toroid coil transmuted to selenium. The coil was Radio Shack speaker wire; All copper. After repeated very high speed Neo magnet sphere run ups, the wire turned dull silver in color and tougher to bend, more brittle. I really believe the quantum magnetic forces that caused the magnet sphere to actually gain several grams in weight while spinning, caused a transmutation of the copper metal wire!

I should have measured the weight of the coil before and after the run up. The coil probably gained weight along with the Neo magnet! Electrons were probably added to the copper's atomic shell. I can still compare the weights but it's obvious the metal is completely different just from sight and touch!

This process could be potentially catastrophic for the International commodities market. I believe different frequencies and materials may possibly transmute baser metal wire to gold or platinum.

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #4 on: September 21, 2020, 12:59:58 PM »

...the wire turned dull silver in color and tougher to bend, more brittle.

It should be easy enough to snip off a bit of this wire and have it tested for selenium. Selenium is a standard medical blood test. You could try and dissolve a bit of the dull silvery stuff in a mild acid, neutralise it with a base and run it through a hospital blood test system. Do you know your doctor well enough to ask him or her to do this for you?

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #5 on: September 21, 2020, 01:07:38 PM »
You could try a flame test if you have a gas cooker to hand. Apparently, Se is azure blue, which is close to Cu but significantly different.

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #6 on: September 21, 2020, 01:13:27 PM »
It should be easy enough to snip off a bit of this wire and have it tested for selenium. Selenium is a standard medical blood test. You could try and dissolve a bit of the dull silvery stuff in a mild acid, neutralise it with a base and run it through a hospital blood test system. Do you know your doctor well enough to ask him or her to do this for you?


@Paul-R,


Right, good approach. Thank you. Melting point! I thought about a scientific test confirmation; The looming question is: What would follow from the results of a positive finding? The ramifications of the discovery would threaten to trigger a collapse in the commodity markets, that's why no one will help further the Italian's project. Who would care to pay attention to a discovery with such disastrous consequences?


This is the reason why the Italian researcher is a leper and not celebrated as a benefactor.

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #7 on: September 21, 2020, 01:19:40 PM »
Why do you think you may have ended up with Se (as opposed to some other element)?

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #8 on: September 21, 2020, 01:26:00 PM »
The number of electrons in the shells of copper and selenium on the table of periodic elements factor mathematically. 29 electrons for copper 34 for selenium. The first three shells are identical; 2, 8, and 18: The copper only needs to bond 5 electrons to it's outer shell to transmute:


Transmutaion is only possible with outer shell alteration between elements.

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
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Offline ChileanOne

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #9 on: September 21, 2020, 01:47:41 PM »
Aren’t you forgetting that for a new element you need to change the nucleus of the element, not Just  adding electrons?

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #10 on: September 21, 2020, 01:56:21 PM »

@ChileanOne,

The notion of the electron is deficient. The actual transformation can be viewed as vibrational and intertwining with the nucleus. Acoustic vibration and sand patterns are a better example. Pockets form in the outer shell at those nodes, and the nucleus transformed.

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #11 on: September 21, 2020, 02:10:19 PM »
There’s a lot of theories about and all might have part of the picture right, but I think electrons alone can’t create new nucleons. I think there is a lot we don’t know, but certain things are moderately clear. Electron clusters as described by Kenneth Shoulders Can rearrange nucleons and transmute matter, but themselves can’t become nucleons.

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #12 on: September 21, 2020, 02:14:52 PM »
gold wire should transmute to bismuth;

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #13 on: September 21, 2020, 07:23:47 PM »
An Oxy-acetelene torch would raise both samples of copper and the altered material to the melting point. If the copper melted first. it would prove the other material was selenium, if it them melted at its listed temperature; Somewhat higher then copper. Pretty simple! What then?

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Re: Ultrasonic / mechanical cavitation used to transmute matter
« Reply #14 on: September 23, 2020, 06:44:29 PM »
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s42452-019-1391-6
if ultrasound creates  transmutation  of matter than what happened to energy released from that transmutation?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ-_T1nWqP0
https://iscmns.org/2018/11/jcmnsv27/




Opinion of my friend
Dr Roy.
Theoretically,
I guess the generic answer would be :
that if and when all the mass, binding forces, and other mass-energy components of the interaction
were added up, mass-energy would be conserved.
-, mass-energy conservation is, at best, a local 'law' that breaks down when you consider
that the volume of the Universe changes over time - a Universal mass-energy conservation
law would require a steady state Universe, which is not where you or I am living in.
Piezonuclear Decay or Piezonuclear Fusion is a very dubious theory, as far as I am aware, it remains unproven.
One of the authors that you cited,   Wesley, - Fabio Cardone (along with his colleague Alberto Carpinteri)
have caused the resignation of Italian politicians, when they had planned to elevate them to positions
of importance (after all the dust settled, no one was elevated anywhere,
and they went back to their school and continued their unproven research).
Piezonuclear decay reads like Cold Fusion, with an Italian accent.
The claims that his laboratory findings
"could appear as a confirmation of the DST theoretical hypothesis" seems rather absurd, since
DST is also a rather abstract unproven theory, based upon a non-Einstein variant of General Relativity
that would suggest that some frames of reference are better than others, which sounds like it trashes
General Relativity as most physicists understand it.
It sounds as though Fabio is 'cherry picking' his data, since he mentions
in his article that his results are very sensitive to location and orientation of his experiment
- my guess is that he has a LOT of data points that fail to show any Piezonuclear decay,
so he just 'doesn't waste his time on those results'.
I don't know him, but I guess that he is some crackpot that got tenure in a department of
Chemistry and fell down a rabbit hole. People publish all manner of nonsense
these days just to keep the journals full of stuff.

Wesley's opinion:
I must agree with Dr Roy.
Wesley

 

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