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Gold Created Through 'Advanced Metallurgy'?

Was the world created in a single “big bang” event? Or did it grow, is it in fact still growing? The answer to this question may prove or disprove the possibility of creating gold from other materials.

A few weeks ago we reported about current events in alternative energy generation: a breakthrough in fusion power and a novel, alchemistic method of metal transmutation.

The reports prompted much feedback confirming or supporting these concepts rather than disproving or bashing them. Among the supporters was Martin Burger, president and CEO of Blue Eagle Refinery Inc of Vancouver, Canada. His company developed a process to create precious metals including gold, silver and platinum group metals, but also other elements such as lutetium.

The premise of their process is Neal Adams’ theory that earth and the universe itself were not, in fact, created in a “big bang” event. After further developing models that had been circulated for a long time he proclaimed that earth as we know it is the result of continuous growth. That growth is still in motion. Growth in which matter is constantly produced around the earth’s core in what he calls an “elemental bloom condition.”

Blue Eagle’s process attempts to mimic this process using a surprisingly simple process in which modified microwave ovens are utilized. “If you can introduce a magnetic gauss field called the Larmor frequency you will see yields”, explained Burger. He reports that the company has been through over 200 lab trials leading to verifiable results of concentrations of up to 100-200 ounces of gold per ton using plain glass and 200-400 ounces using brown glass, respectively. The glass serves as “seed ore” in a process that takes about 1.5 days per cycle. Analytical reports by a renowned laboratory made available to Tech Metals Insider show concentrations of 90% Au / 10% Ag in beads submitted.

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).”

The company elected not to file patents on the process, but Burger proudly explained that he has repeatedly invited people to watch the process on site to convince them. What is more, Burger reported that in an early experiment carried out by John Milewski, a retired staff member of Los Alamos National Labs and Exxon Research Center, the reaction apparently continued even years after the process and produced small amounts of metal on a glass sample.

Blue Eagle is now confident enough to scale up their process from lab scale to basic production. There is no website but Blue Eagle produced a video explaining the process, and Mr. Burger will answer questions by e-mail.

By Bodo Albrecht



Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are those of the author and may not reflect those of Kitco Metals Inc. The author has made every effort to ensure accuracy of information provided; however, neither Kitco Metals Inc. nor the author can guarantee such accuracy. This article is strictly for informational purposes only. It is not a solicitation to make any exchange in precious metal products, commodities, securities or other financial instruments. Kitco Metals Inc. and the author of this article do not accept culpability for losses and/ or damages arising from the use of this publication.
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