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Transmutation is by definition nuclear reaction. When fusion involves atoms of the metal lattice to other atoms of the lattice, then extremely high atomic weight atoms are formed which fission. The products from the fission range most of the periodic table.
The reaction active environment or EVO produces tracks called stange radiation. These tracts have recently been captured in Sveinn Ólafsson's cloud chamber. The tracks begin to appear after the superconducting ultra dense matter is exposed to light. Holmlid studied the emission of these EVO particles that Holmlid assumed were mesons. The time of flight analysis of these particles shows production of the EVO after laser exposure of the superconductor in the 50 nanosecond time scale. Using Holmlid's time of flight analysis performed by Holmlid will show in detail how an EVO is produced.
Mesons from Laser-Induced Processes in Ultra-Dense Hydrogen H(0)
Analysis of these tracts of transmuted matter indicate that magnetic vortex flux tubes extend out of the EVO at some distance while transmuting matter. Magicsound magnified these cloud chamber tracks in a post pictured below that showed a spiraling path.
The tracks are seen in this video.
The picture of the magnified tract is as follows:
These tracks leave a path of transmuted matter that can be analyzed to determine a fair picture of the transmutation process.
When in flight, the EVO travels at a high speed as seen in the cloud chamber. How the EVO can pass through the walls of the cloud chamber is unknown. The EVO through these tracks leaves a repeating pattern of a complex of transmuted matter comprised of various elements likely due to rotation of the EVO in flight. As seen in SEM micrographs of such tracks, amazingly the distance seen in these repeating patterns are equal to the nanometer. This means that these magnetic vortex flux tubes are producing a path comprised of a complex of various elemental transmuting matter INSTANTLY without any time delay and without the appearance of any nuclear footprints such as unstable isotopes, neutrons, or gamma rays.