Atomic Gold [NOOK Book]

Overview

Gold can now be located and extracted at the atomic level using radio frequency. By using the exact vibrational frequency of Gold it can be located and extracted from sand or rock that has been ground up into a fine powder.

Currently dangerous chemicals are used to dissolve Gold from sand or rock. These minerals are then washed with water. These dangerous chemicals then ...
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Atomic Gold

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Overview

Gold can now be located and extracted at the atomic level using radio frequency. By using the exact vibrational frequency of Gold it can be located and extracted from sand or rock that has been ground up into a fine powder.

Currently dangerous chemicals are used to dissolve Gold from sand or rock. These minerals are then washed with water. These dangerous chemicals then pollute the water. Also these chemicals use line of sight to dissolve the Gold. Chemicals take time to dissolve the Gold. Even then they do not completely remove all the Gold.

Radio frequency removes all of the Gold without line of sight. Radio frequency is instantaneous. It can even be used to purify the water allowing the water to be used over and over without polluting the environment. This short story gives the Author’s involvement in this new science of locating and extracting Gold at the atomic level using radio frequency.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013761674
  • Publisher: LF Curtin & Co.
  • Publication date: 12/31/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 572,953
  • File size: 51 KB

Meet the Author

Lawrence F Curtin is a writer and inventor who lives on Hutchinson Island Florida with his Editor/Wife, Elena. He has written 11 books.

As an Inventor he has over 50 patents filed/issued worldwide in the area of Photovoltaics. He has sold all but one to Chinese Companies. He kept his Hydrogen Absorption Rod Patent.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2012

    Gold from ground up rock or sand.

    You can even get gold from the tailings left at mine sites. All you get from using chemicals is 90 to 95%. You can now get the last 5 to 10% from what is left there. Build a truck and pick up the tailings and make a fortune. The heavy lifiting has already been done for you.

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