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originally posted by: wayforward
a reply to: AnarchoCapitalist
So, beer bottles are MORE than 1.25% gold? That makes no sense whatsoever. Why would these companies be producing glass when their ore is 1.25% gold?
Burger refers to his method as “advanced metallurgy”: “It eclipses science. All kinds of people will have all kinds of problems with it. But it is irrefutably proven. Using the adapted microwave we can make anything. It’s all LENR (low energy nuclear reaction).”
originally posted by: rickymouse
So I take it that the deposit on beer bottles will shortly be increasing. All of the bottles will be made into gold shortly, then we have no other choice than canned or tap beer. No problem.
originally posted by: WeAre0ne
a reply to: wayforward
It makes no sense because he is not extracting gold out of the glass. He is MAKING GOLD, using glass as the base particles.
originally posted by: NarcolepticBuddha
All the excuse I need to propose to a woman with a couple of bottles of beer instead of a gold ring.
Alcohol and alchemy huh? This just sounds too good to be true. My BS meter just flew off the charts.
No it is not. Believe it or not this has been done for many years. It has been hidden from public view by the Vatican and other powerful entities because the entire monetary system depended on precious metals, and plus it was considered witchcraft.