Tag Archives: Philosopher’s Stone

January 13, 1404

On January 13, 1404, the English Parliament passed the Act of Multipliers, forbidding Multiplication. This wasn’t a bunch of rich nobs prejudiced against mathematics, but instead, at the time, multiplication also meant the production of precious metals through alchemy. The old, turning lead into gold passion, or using a catalyst to cause gold to alchemically … Continue reading

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March 23, 1989

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com in 1989 two Utah scientists, Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, reported that they had produced fusion at room temperature, which is the Holy Grail of energy production. Nuclear fusion normally happens inside the cores of stars at millions of degrees of heat and incredible pressure. Other scientists rushed to replicate … Continue reading

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March 6, 1869

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 1869 the Periodic Table was presented to the public for the first time. Dmitri Mendeleev presented the table to the Russian Chemical Society and even correctly predicted the addition of three more elements in the near future. The followers of John Dee protested Mendeleev’s attempt at science and promised … Continue reading

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