I cannot judge of the results, but he explain that this could be interesting for nuclear waste remediation.
He push the ideas that biological systems like plants, may activate some LENR reactions when some elements is missing in their environment.
This is to connect with similar claims in japan,with nanosilver, and with the work of JP Biberian.
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Thank you for introducing the very interesting presentation by Dr. Vysotskii.
For your information, the paper reports decontamination of tritium from contaminated various materials. http://www.iscmns.org/CMNS/JCMNS-Vol11.pdf
J. Condensed Matter Nucl. Sci. 11 (2013) 8–14
Destruction of Radioactivity by Stimulation of Nuclear Transmutation Reactions
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I known the rice experiment from Kazumichi Takashita.
About biological transmutation in Kervran time, we seen the pages of eachother and talk about. He writed in japanese the book with the french title "La vérité du frittage", later he translated it in english "The reality of Frittage", and later he asked me and I began to translate it in french (too slowly).
I talk about his books here : http://fr.wikiversity.org/wiki/Reche...ouveaux_livres