BIOLOGICAL ALCHEMY !

Steve Hinkson sphinkson at worldnet.att.net
Thu Jul 8 19:32:44 EST 1999


Clemens:
As Starbuck pointed out, it will work.  Photosynthesis. I believe you're
missing the point, though.
*grin*

CSC wrote:

> rmcelwaine at briefcase.com wrote in message <7m33o3$n6t$1 at nnrp1.deja.com>...
>
> >  :                             BIOLOGICAL ALCHEMY !
>
> >  :               A very simple experiment can demonstrate (PROVE) the
> >  :          FACT of " BIOLOGICAL TRANSMUTATIONS " (reactions like Mg + O
> >  :          --> Ca, Si + C --> Ca, K + H --> Ca, N2 --> CO, etc.), as
> >  :          described in the BOOK " Biological Transmutations " by Louis
> >  :          Kervran, [1972 Edition is BEST.], and in Chapter 17 of the
> >  :          book "THE SECRET LIFE OF PLANTS " by Peter Tompkins and
> >  :          Christopher Bird, 1973:
> >  :
> >  :               (1) Obtain a good sample of plant seeds, all of the same
> >  :                   kind.  [Some kinds might work better that others.]
> >  :
> >  :               (2) Divide the sample into two groups of equal weight
> >  :                   and number.
> >  :
> >  :               (3) Sprout one group in distilled water on filter paper
> >  :                   for three or four weeks.
> >  :
> >  :               (4) Separately incinerate both groups.
> >  :
> >  :               (5) Weigh the residue from each group.  [The residue of
> >  :                   the sprouted group will usually weigh at least
> >  :                   SEVERAL PERCENT MORE than the other group.]
> >  :
> >  :               (6) Analyze quantitatively the residue of each group for
> >  :                   mineral content.  [ Some of the mineral atoms of the
> >  :                   sprouted group have been TRANSMUTED into heavier
> >  :                   mineral elements by FUSING with atoms of oxygen,
> >  :                   hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, etc..]
>
> actually, I believe you're not a complete idiot, but only half stupid.
> This experiment may actually work ! The plants will absorb the atoms
> from the filter paper (and perhaps even the walls of the cup).
>
> clemens
>






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