Turning Lead Into Gold


TURNING LEAD INTO GOLD
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Can Lead be turned into Gold?

The elusive and secretive study of Alchemy (the science of turning base metal elements into rare and sought after gold) dates back for centuries upon centuries. In present day scientific practices there are now several forms of Alchemy.....Islamic Alchemy dating back as far as 109 A.D. ... known Muslim alchemists are Jabir ibn Haiyen and Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Zakariyya al-Razi, then there is Indian Alchemy which first began somewhere around the third or fourth century B.C. Indian alchemy consists of several different sub groups which are spiritual Alchemy and Tantric Alchemy just to name a few. Chinese Alchemy is another form of this elusive and secretive art known as alchemy that began around the time of the tang period. Sometimes the tang period is defined as the “golden age” of external alchemy that went through a transition to internal Alchemy. The shift from external alchemy to the internal alchemy requires further, in depth studies to be further evaluated.

Thousands and thousands of years ago, dating as far back as the medieval times, scientists such as the illustrious natural philosopher Sir Isaac Newton (born in 1642, passed in 1727) and the famous American scientist Glen Seaborg (born 1912 and passed away in 1999) practiced a very ancient, but highly secretive form of science that was known as alchemy (not to be confused with chemistry). Alchemy is known as the science of turning base metals (such as lead) into highly sought after gold. It was not until around the year nine-teen eighty (1980) that well known American scientist Glen Seaborg transformed thousands of atoms of lead into precious gold at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. Mr. Glen Seaborg had discovered that by changing the atomic number in the element lead you would actually cause the lead itself to turn into this highly sought after and coveted substance known as gold. Although Mr.Glen Seaborg’s technique (using nuclear physics) was successful, Glen Seaborg soon discovered that the process he was using was entirely too expensive and impractical to be of use to turn lead into gold for routine manufacturing purposes and the gain of wealth.

Mr. Glen Seaborg was appointed a professor of chemistry in the year 1946 at the University of California and five years later he received the reward of the Nobel Prize for his discovery of plutonium. He later continued researching about transuranic elements and helped name nobelium(1957),fermium(1953),berkelium(1949),mendelevium(1955),einsteinium(1952), and californium(1950).

Turning Lead Into Gold

Turning Lead Into Gold

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