10.20.2019

They Key to Gold Creation is Dusty Plasma in MOVI Fusion

The one last key piece to making gold from hematite using a hydrogen sulfide flame is: dust.  silicon dioxide or quartz dust to be exact.  So we have a hydrogen sulfide plasma and we have oxygen vacancies that form in the hematite due to the 700-1000c temperature of the h2s flame.  Next we need particles of silicon dioxide in the flame or plasma in order to help clump the electrons into muons.  These dust particles can concentrate electrons on themselves and when they hit hematite they can dump the electrons into the oxygen vacancies creating muons and starting the structural collapse into gold.  2 Oxygens per 3 irons may be needed to get the molecular weight of the 3 irons up to 197 which is gold.  Also perhaps 1 proton is needed from the oxygens with the rest turned into neutrons from the muons.



This is why all gold veins form on hematite in proximity to quartz.  In order to do this with our h2s flame is aim the flame over quartz in fire quartz so the flame passes over the quartz before hitting the hematite vein.  This should turn the hematite vein into gold.  I am sure better processes for introducing sio2 dust into the h2s flame can be achieved!


dusty plasma creates muons

 https://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/thread/5361-nasa-new-paper-about-experimental-progress/?postID=71424#post71424

https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1112/1112.6276.pdf

https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1405/1405.1657.pdf

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