to related topics:
Platinum Cannon Shipwreck
Mango Metal Report
Madman or Genius?
My first telephone calls with Joe occurred in August of
1996. I had heard his name from Dan York, a Dallas-based engineer/chemist/alchemist
who told me that Joe was converting mercury to gold. Sounded crazy,
but I called him just to see if he might have any insight into
the mystery surrounding The
Platinum Cannon Shipwreck.
The results of our first conversation was the beginning of a two-year
odessy through a world of alchemy or in modern scientific terms
"Low Energy Nuclear Transmutation." I will include my
interactions with Joe Champion in the Shipwreck story. I have
included quotes here from Mr. Champion's book 20th Century Alchemy.(Click
here to read full Introduction
or Preface to 20th
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter I Introduction I
Chapter II History 6
Chapter III Explanation of Resonance Reaction 34
Chapter IV Experimental Examples 39
Chapter V Analytical Analysis of Experiments 54
Chapter VI Synthetic Production of Precious
Metals from Black Sands 56
Chapter VII conclusion 82
December 11, 1992, I was preparing for an interview with media
representatives in Mexico City. Unfortunately, I missed the meeting
with the press because I was picked up and taken to Arizona by
a combined group of FBI agents, Mexican Federales and Interpol.
As I was led into the Phoenix airline terminal, I was arrested
by Arizona police and taken to the Maricopa County Jail. I learned
en route from one of my FBI escorts, and later from Roger Briggs
that my business partner and friend, William Telander, had betrayed
me through a false story he gave to the FBI that I was about to
do a traitorous act in passing nuclear secrets to certain third
world leaders, Quadhafi and Castro. Simultaneous to my kidnapping
out of Mexico, my personal effects and 20 years of computerized
notes, files, experiments, data and all history were stolen from
my personal storage in Mexico by Telander and his girl friends,
Miss Mateo and Miss Meacham.
Even though I became a political prisoner in jail, my morale was
not broken. I was able to continue my work in the science through
others. I collaborated with Drs. Bockris, Bush (CalPolyTech) and
Monti on a theoretical scientific paper which will be published
in the near future.
was received with mixed feelings inside Dr. Bockris's group. Dr.
Bhardwaj, the senior scientist and Mr. Minevski, a graduate student,
both of chemistry disciplines, were openly optimistic, while Dr.
G. Lin, a nuclear physicist was negative. Dr. Lin's favorite saying
as he walked down the hall was, "No, no, no, no!" Because
of the time constraint, I rapidly attempted three demonstrations
of the electromagnetic resonance experiment -- all failures. This
made Dr. Lin happy. The reader should not misunderstand the situation
with Dr. Lin. We were not adversaries, but life would have been
simpler for a physicist if my theories were proven wrong. However,
with what was to happen next, Dr. Lin and I became close, while
I unknowingly developed new opposition within the group at the
least Dr. Torres was more open-minded. I gave him a chemical matrix
consisting of mineral, carbon (C), sodium nitrate (NaNOA , lead
(Pb) and mercury (Hg) . I wrote out the procedures in total and
departed, allowing him to acquire new chemicals and to proceed
unobstructed by me. On September 10, 1991, Dr. Torres prepared
an affidavit stating the following results:
Mineral before the reaction (100 grams total)
Silver --------------- 0.35 mg
Gold --------------- 4.00 mg
Mineral composition after the reaction
silver --------------- 0.96 mg
Gold--------------- 17.00 mg
Translated excerpts from his report follows:
"The tests, sample preparations, and analysis were conducted
by University personnel, without comprise of Dr. Champion."
"I cannot consider the increase to be from a chemical reaction.
It's probably a new nuclear reaction."
"In the thermal process, there was no external nor internal
radiation source. Clearly the reaction (nuclear) started with
the heat (burn) and terminated at the end."......