Russian scientists have successfully created a technology that can alter the protons of an atom and change the atom itself, making one element from another. The breakthrough was announced in Geneva, Switzerland by the Swiss Press Club and can be viewed on their website.
“Ladies and gentlemen, today, here in Geneva, we are making public a discovery on the technology, which, without any exaggeration, could be described as historic significance. Now, the essence of this discovery and the technology, boils down to the development of industrial methods for the transformation of chemical elements into other elements and their isotopes. What we have to show you today is a transmutation without any nuclear reactors, without heavy water or anything of the kind to obtain transmutation of elements.
Our approach with transmutation of chemical elements is biochemical in nature. It is still too early to fully grasp the economic and civilization significance of this development of this technology. It would not be an exaggeration to say that this discovery is a veritable revolution which is going to open a new chapter in the technological process. Unlikely as it may sound, this is a fact. The architects for this discovery and technology are leading Russian chemists Mrs. Tamara Sakhno and Mr. Victor Kurashov. These are theoretically and experimental scientists who stand on the shoulders of a dynasty of researchers who have been instrumental in discovering this method for the transformation of chemical elements.
Mankind, represented by the authors, has discovered this method for the transmutation of matter, which is likely to change the face of today’s world, perhaps as deeply as it was changed by the use of electricity, perhaps even deeper.”
Though this announcement quietly took place in June of 2016, the dust is still needing to settle before we perhaps realize the potential magnitude of this discovery. What must be remembered is that even though this took place about 7 months ago, but hasn’t been announced on a mass scale, it doesn’t mean that this isn’t real or significant. If this discovery is indeed real, it would still make complete sense that many things would need to be discussed and put into place for this kind of technology to be openly released to the world.
Many discussions and plans would need to be studied so that this was done in a way that makes the least amount of disruption to our everyday life. As stated in the announcement above, the economic and social ramifications have yet to be fully understood.
Though I and many others would like this to just simply be “released to the world,” it is most likely that many different scenarios are being laid out and debated for this to be properly done.
We must then also take into mind the current geopolitical events that are playing out in our world that are based on attaining more power and control. Though it is outside the scope of this article, it must nonetheless be acknowledged that politics is almost certainly playing a role in this complicated situation. Could this be one reason why the U.S. and much of Europe condemns Russia so much? Could part of it be that Russia potentially has the technology to transform our world and remove us from oil and gas dependence for energy use?
Remember too though that the U.S. also has free energy technology, but has chosen not to release it.
Dr. Brian O’Leary, Ph.D, scientist, author, Princeton/Cornell physics professor, and former NASA astronaut once said about free energy technology:
“If the new energy technologies were to be set free worldwide, the change would be profound, it would affect everybody, it would be applicable everywhere. These technologies are absolutely the most important thing that has happened in the history of the world.”
While it remains to be seen what, if anything, will come of this announcement from Russian scientists, we can all help the movement to push for the release of this kind of technology and other free energy technology by informing ourselves and others of the reality of such technology. Share this with others who you feel might like this article, if you wish. Search and watch free energy clips and documentaries. Read books like Forbidden Science, The Energy Evolution and Quest For Zero Point Energy.
Because every thought and action creates an effect in the quantum world, the more people that become aware and attuned to the reality of this technology, the larger the momentum that is created to help manifest this into our world.
For those that wish to see the entire announcement from the Russian scientists in Geneva, see the video below:
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