posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 06:04 PM
This is actually a re-post, I am re-posting it because It was moved by a mod without informing me so I could not discuss it.
Monatomic gold or white gold as people call it, Mono = 1, Atomic = Atom. Based on this Mono atomic should be singular atoms of elemental gold and
I have never taken the stuff myself but I was watching a few youtube videos on how it is prepared. Whilst watching these videos I came to the
conclusion that the stuff they are selling firstly is a compound and therefore not monatomic at all and secondly I seriously doubt the stuff has any
gold in it at all. In the periodic table of elements the only mono atomics are the noble gases which is why they are non-reactive.
As monatomic gold is supposedly a form of gold then it should be possible to make it using high purity gold as a starting point.
This is what Laurence Gardner has to say about the production of monatomic gold using pure gold as a starting point:
"In simplistic terms, the white powder is created by striking the metal sample, under strictly controlled conditions for a pre-calculated time, with
a designated high-heat -perhaps from a DC arc: a single directional current from two electrodes. But the truly unusual thing about the powder is that,
through continuous sequences of heating and cooling its weight will rise and fall to hundreds of percent above its optimum weight, down to less than
absolutely nothing. Moreover, its optimum weight is actually 56 per cent of the metal weight from which it was transformed. So, where does the other
44 per cent go? It becomes nothing but pure light, and translates into a dimension beyond the physical plane. This conforms precisely with the
formerly mentioned Alexandrian text which states that, when placed in the scales, the Paradise Stone can outweigh any of its quantity of gold, but
when it is converted to dust (powder), even a feather will tip the scales against it."
Ok so lets place a nugget of high purity gold between two arc rods and remove all the air so its in a high vacuum. We switch on the arc and first the
gold melts, then it starts to boil, as it boils it releases gold vapor. Once the gold vapors fills the chamber and if the arc is continued it turns to
gold plasma and gives off its spectra. At what point do you think this is going to turn into a white powder?
Oh but the burn times and the temperatures are secret I hear you say! Has anyone actually seen a lump of pure gold turned into a white powder (without
the addition of other elements)??
Laurence Gardner has more to say about this:
“So, what precisely is the highward or high-spin state which converts these noble metals into an impalpable white powder? A normal atom has around
it a screening potential - a positive screening produced by the nucleus. The majority of electrons going round the nucleus are within this screening
potential, except for the very outer electrons. The nucleus goes to the highward or high-spin state when the positive screening potential expands to
bring all of the electrons under the control of the nucleus. These electrons normally travel around the nucleus in pairs - - a spin-forward electron
and a spin-reverse electron. But when these come under the influence of a high-spin nucleus all the spin-forward electrons become correlated with the
spin-reverse electrons. When perfectly correlated, the electrons turn to pure 'white light' and it is impossible for the individual atoms in the
high-spin substance to link together. On that account, they cannot naturally re-form as metal and the whole remains simply a white powder.”
Ok so basically what he is saying is that the positive field around the nucleus of the gold atoms (produced by the positively charged protons) expands
(magically) and envelops the electron cloud around the gold atom. Fore some reason now the electrons decide to disappear and turn into pure light.
What are you left with? Laurence Gardner says your left with a white powder. If the electrons are now gone because they have magically turned into
light what your left with is an unstable gold ion. The atom has now lost electrons so the positive charge of the protons in not balanced with the
negative charge of the electrons. What would result is a positively charged gold ion which is unstable so what will it do to stabilize itself? It will
attract free electrons towards itself to balance and what are you left with?
Gold, exactly where you started!