Perspectives of LENR in the world economy: how to defeat cancer and save the environment?

Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) is a transformation (transmutation) of certain chemical elements into others in their natural environment where huge energy forces to split atoms are not used.

Everyone knows that mining is becoming more problematic every year. Natural resources are coming to an end and humankind faces the burning question — Where to find an alternative way to extract valuable chemical elements such as palladium, ruthenium, rhodium, osmium, iridium, platinum? The answer to this question is given by modern developments and achievements in the cold nuclear transmutation.

The role of transmutation of chemical elements in medicine

As mentioned above, transmutation allows to obtain valuable and rare elements from naturally available and financially affordable ones. Let’s take platinum, for example. Its resources and geography of production is very scarce. At the same time, platinum is an irreplaceable element in prosthetics, cancer treatment, industry. It is also used as catalyst for neutralizing exhaust gases and in many other areas.

The value of this metal lies in the fact that there exists no alternative metal for medicine. Platinum is used, for example, to produce special surgical instruments, which can be sterilized in the flame of an alcohol burner. Electrodes made of a platinum-iridium alloy are used in cardiology and hearing aids. The inertness of platinum to any compounds, its electrical conductivity and non-allergenicity allow to actively use it in biomedicine as a component of electronic stimulators, catheters and other medical equipment.

The use of platinum in medicine allows to save lives of thousands of patients. In certain chemical forms platinum can inhibit separation of living cells. This property is used in medical products that help treat cancer (carboplatin, cisplatin, oxaliplatin).

Despite the fact that the use of platinum in cancer treatment gives tremendous results, over the past 10 years the increase in cancer rate was about 15%, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Oncological diseases take at least 300,000 lives each year in Russia alone.

Such disappointing statistics is a result of the fact that the use of platinum in cancer treatment is very costly due to the acute shortage of this element in the world market. The demand for platinum exceeds the supply. The need for platinum is so high in various fields including medicine, industry, jewelry business, production of fuel, that even a tenfold production increase of platinum will not reduce its cost. Taking into consideration the acute and the constant need, platinum was and will remain one of the most precious metals in the global economy. 
Since ancient times transmutation of elements attracted enormous attention. There are historical records (“Baopu Tzu”, China; “Rasarnava Kalpa», India; researches of Paracelsus, Europe) telling that elements obtained by transmutation have a powerful and positive biogenic effect on a human body. In ancient times, this effect was considered as the main goal of transmutation and was believed to bring rejuvenation and even immortality:

«When a master starts eating it.
His life becomes immortal.
When the powder enters the five viscera.
The fog dissipates, as if the wind has chased the clouds away;
The hair that once was grey turns black again;
The fallen-out teeth grow in former places;
The old man, who is out of his mind, is again a strong young man;
The decrepit hag is a young girl again
The one whose appearance has changed, who has become a stranger to the pearls of life;
Has the title “ The True Man”.
Tsan Tong Chi, ch. XXVII.

It seems that modern mankind is too developed, in order to take

different stories and legends of the past serious. However, there are convincing examples when it turned out that ancient people were right, but the modern scientists were not. The most classic example of it is the nuclear transformation.

A little over a century ago scientists were convinced that one element cannot turn into another one, it was an indestructible dogma. Maria and Pierre Curie (Marie Curie — French (Polish) scientist-experimenter (physicist, chemist), teacher, public figure. She was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics (1903) and in chemistry (1911), the first twice Nobel laureate in history. She founded the Curie Institutes in Paris and Warsaw. The Curies were both engaged in the study of radioactivity. They together discovered such elements as radium (from the Latin radius — “ray”) and polonium (from the Latin name of Poland, Polōnia — tribute to the homeland of Maria) marked the beginning of the era of studying nuclear transformations. Now it has become an industry, the essence of which lies in transmutation of some elements into others. But so far, this process occurs by means of nuclear decay.

Chemical elements obtained as a result of LENR-transmutation may have the same bioactivity increasing human longevity, which is found in historical records of ancient Chinese and Indian medicine, as well as in Paracelsus’s works.

In this case, the cost of the artificial elements obtained by means of LENR-transmutation will reach $ 10,000 per gram or more.

Nowadays, objectively assessing the results already obtained by the scientific group “Syntestech” in the field of LENR-transmutation, we can say with confidence that they have made impressive progress. Modern science has made a huge leap forward, thereby commemorating the beginning of a real revolution in the field of heat generation, medicine and industry. As the Russian scientist Alexander Parkhomov, professor and candidate of physics and mathematics, stressed at the conference on Cold Nuclear Transmutation in 2017: “You just imagine a car that needs to be fueled only once after it is released from a conveyor. The heat will be available to everyone and everywhere, including the remote corners and parts of Russia. This will be a real overthrow, a revolution!”

What seemed to be fantastic just a few years ago, now is reality. The reality that existed thousands of years ago, but has not been thoroughly studied and applied on a world scale.

Decentralized systems change the paradigm of decision-making and there is no doubt that the world will abandon high-energy nuclear reactions and return to natural processes. This will allow to proceed to new heights in technologies for obtaining valuable elements — technologies of cold nuclear transmutation developed by “Syntestech”.