THIS IS HUGE: Gold Can Now be Generated the Same Way we Make Nitrogen Fertilizers
THIS IS UNPRECEDENTED; IT MEANS GOLD CAN BE SEPARATED FROM ANYTHING….BAD MINERALIZED MIXES, OR SIMPLE SEAWATER
If Fritz Haber were alive today, he’d undoubtedly be scrambling to get his hands on some delftibactin, the molecule pictured above. Haber won the 1918 Nobel Prize in chemistry for inventing the process for converting the ultrastable form of nitrogen in the air to the more reactive chemical form required to make fertilizer. He then spent a good chunk of the rest of his scientific career trying to do the opposite chemical trick: pulling reactive gold ions out of seawater and converting them to the more stable form found in gold nuggets, bars, and bullion.
HERE’S WHERE YOU CAN PRETTY MUCH BUY THE CHEMICAL RECIPE FOR $32
HERE’S A WIKI LINK TO THE BACTERIA THAT MAKES ALL THIS POSSIBLE