The production of element 93 is mainly in the power plants, which verified in multiple sources that include the Department of Energy’s own documentation. It occurs in the depleted uranium produced in the plants. The first identification of element 93 was made in a lab by directing neutrons at a uranium-238 target in a cyclotron while spinning the neutrons slowly enough that they were able to fuse with the uranium atoms instead of breaking them apart. Slow in this case was a few kilometers per second.
Element 93 is a liquid before it is a solid, and that it has the largest liquid range by temperature of any element. While it is a liquid it retains its electromagnetic superconductive qualities. Liquids are subject to changes in molecular arrangement according to vibrations, frequency, and tone according to cymatics. This effects are measured visually as wave phenomena. More simply, think of the liquid reactions we’ve seen in singing bowls. Those reactions are cymatic. Add electricity and remember the magnetic quality of the element, and you see that it does not require a set form while retaining the superconductivity and electromagnetic capabilities.
Its form can perform those feats without being limited to a container. Now add a tesla coil or another source of a constant electric current, and you have what may well be programmable matter far beyond what the space age brought us with ferrofluids. Ferrofluids take shape according to magnetics. Fine iron particles arrange according to magnetic fields and appear to have a life of their own. Element 93 is not a ferrofluid, it can be a liquid programmable superconductive electromagnet. When Quinn said a processor sending a signal in a computer made with element 93 would function entirely differently, we also need to consider that at the right temperatures it is a liquid.
With both hyper-conductivity for electricity and the magnetic qualities, element 93 can make a shape and conduct electricity simultaneously. It can change to another shape in nanoseconds while still retaining its electromagnetic qualities, and superconductors have zero resistance. That means they can carry an electric current indefinitely. And it will last lifetimes because It has the longest half-life of any nuclear isotope, 2.14 million years.
While the bulk of element 93 is acquired from nuclear power plants, it is available in nature in small amounts according to Los Alamos National Lab in New Mexico. We may want to look a little closer at what kinds of uranium are being mined and where, and when suspected members of secret society are associated with that mining. Companies such as Uranium One that enrich depleted uranium from nuclear power plants would produce neptunium isotopes and would have the potential to stockpile or sell element 93.
The Department of Energy’s role can’t be ignored. In their plan for managing depleted uranium, included in the term “excess uranium”, it is stated that “the department does have authority […] to engage in barter transactions, where it transfers uranium and receives services or another form of uranium as compensation.” and that some uranium can be used to offset the costs of certain services that have been provided to the department, such as downblending, enrichment, decontamination or storage.” The DOE can then pay for element 93 to be created from depleted uranium (the spent fuel) by including uranium as payment. Imagine how a company can profit that receives both uranium and the depleted uranium from which they can extract element 93. That would be like giving someone a bag of gold to dispose of and then giving them another bag of gold to do it.
Neptunium facts LiveScience article: http://bit.ly/LIfeSciNeptunium
Cymatics study: http://bit.ly/JennyCymaticsStudy
Air University (MIL) depleted uranium fact sheet: http://bit.ly/DepletedUraniumSt
Dept. of Energy excess uranium plan: http://bit.ly/DOEExcessUraniumPlan
Element 93 and the AI Singularity: A Conversation With Quinn Michaels:
Fermilab with Quinn Michaels Exploring Element 93 (Neptunium)