Biological Transmutations: Historical Perspective (Jean-Paul Biberian)

We’ve had some interesting discussion here on the topic of biological transmutation recently, and so I thank Dr. Jean-Paul Biberian for permission to upload the following paper here. The title is “Biological Transmutations: Historical Perspective” and was originally published in The Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, of which Dr. Biberian is the Editor in Chief


In this review paper, it is shown that in biological systems, chemical elements can be transmuted into other elements. These facts have been established since the early 19th century, but they have been ignored by established science ever since. The purpose of this work is to show how during the past two centuries, a number of experimentalists have questioned the mass conservation law established by Antoine Lavoisier [1] for chemical reactions. They have proved experimentally in plants, bacteria and other living organisms, some elements are transmuted into other elements.

Here’s the link to the full text of the article: