posted on Nov, 25 2011 @ 09:47 AM
There may be a whole other reason for the threat of WW3 starting with the Middle East. An article at Runnymede Institute outlines how to make gold
with a nuclear reactor or a particle accelerator. Is it possible that modern day alchemists figured out a way to make piles of the shiny stuff for the
elites, thereby leaving it practically worthless. Iran has heaps of uranium so it's free fuel in the middle of their yard.
I'm not endorsing this notion, not too technical but it's simply not wise to put anything past greedy trillionaires. If a new 'nuclear-gold
standard' coinage can be secretly made as cheaply as fiat notes after the New World Order brings order out of the chaos they're fostering, we're
just as screwed as before aren't we?
The article starts with the murder of an Iranian physicist.
"rumour mill still claims he was killed by Mossad and others say he was seeking the Philosopher’s Stone. Strange? Gold production by artificial
means has failed in Alchemy through the ages but particle accelerators and nuclear reactors have put paid to all that by processing the only stable
gold isotope, Au-197. With mercury isotope Hg-196, which occurs with a frequency of 0.15% in natural mercury, it’s convertible to gold by neutron
capture, and following K+- decay into Au-197 with slow neutrons.
Other mercury isotopes are converted when irradiated with slow neutrons into one another or formed mercury isotopes, which then beta decay into
thallium. Using fast neutrons, the wondrous mercury isotope Hg-198, which is contained to 9.97% in natural mercury, can be converted by splitting off
a neutron and becoming Hg-197, which then disintegrates to stable gold. It is also possible to eject several neutrons with very high energy into the
other mercury isotopes in order to get the Hg-197 but such high-energy neutrons can only be produced by expensive particle accelerators.
With the world’s richest uranium mine conveniently located directly below a state of the art enrichment plant, Iran was bound to provoke the usual
IAEA suspects. Ever wondered what their pals really do at CERN?"