A few months ago, an article was released in Science Advances describing how Chinese researchers turned copper into “gold” by blasting it with hot, charged argon gas.
This blasting process knocks off the copper atoms, which are then collected as a very micronized copper sand that has very different properties. This modified copper dust is used as a catalyst to turn coal into alcohol.
While the copper did not actually turn into real gold, it has the same catalytic properties of precious metals such as silver and gold. It also resists oxidation and high temperatures.
The implications are potentially very large. Gold and silver are used in electronics, but of course is very expensive but if copper can be made to have catalytic or electrical properties that are similar to gold or silver, it could be a game-changer.
John Hutchison who is known for the “Hutchison Effect” is making his collection of rare artifacts available for sale through Ebay.
The Hutchison Effect is the result of mixing some high frequency, high voltage effects and transmitting them into metal. This also is related to some anti-gravity demonstrations where objects lose weight and levitate upwards by this same effect. Some metal turns to jelly, some metal appears to have occupied the same space with another object and then solidifies into one piece and other strange effects including transmutation of elements.
This has been studied by many independent labs and even the U.S. Military has studied this without a satisfactory explanation even offering up the possibility that John Hutchison is causing these effects with some unintended or unknown telekinetic ability.