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How To Make The Philosopher's Stone, What you've all been waiting for...
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post Apr 26 2005, 01:35 PM
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After reading it, it sort of reminds me of how they use it in the show and all.

Parts of it were confusing and I probably have to read it again.


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post May 5 2005, 07:36 PM
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hmm..daz sumtin..i habent read it but i will..but da ting ish ive made a notebook wit notes about alchemy nd stuff...hahahha ya noe those 80 page notebooks ive written bout 40 pages of da notebook hahah..alot of work nd alot of symbols from da websites i got..hahaha
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post Jun 17 2005, 04:53 AM
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Intressting stuff (but it's confusing like Hell tongue.gif ) I don't really understand everything since I'm from Sweden and only 15 years old dry.gif

Alchemy has become very intressting to me since I've seen the Fullmetal Alchemist episodes, but real alchemy is sooo damn hard to understand unsure.gif


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post Jul 5 2005, 08:37 PM
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Of course it's hard!!! FMA portrays it as easy... Kinda, I mean, Ed and Al are supposed to be extra-ordinary people. Why do you think there are barely any alchemists in the show? Plus, remember all those times when they say "I can't understand this!" and "You understand this?" etc...
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post Jul 8 2005, 03:27 PM
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It's bollocks. Alchemy (except in the sense that it provides a foundation for modern chemistry) is a heap of crap. The Philosopher's stone never existed, and the entire concept of a stone like that is preposterous. An interesting drive for a piece of fiction, but nothing more than that.
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wow. amazing, http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/20...5_chimeras.html
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post Jul 18 2005, 10:30 PM
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The Philosopher's Stone, in terms of historic factuality, is not some magical stone.

It was probably a reagen or material used to make some unmakeable material like an elixer of life, a universal solvent or change base metals into gold.

and as for my contribution on how to make it:

"After cooking for thirty days, a mixture of Chin 1 (Gold fluid) and quicksilver is placed in a yellow earthen jar, which is then sealed with Six-One Mud and strongly heated for sixty hours. Thereupon the medicine is obtained. The swallowing of a pea-sized quantity of the medicine is enough to make a hsien (immortal) out of any person."
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post Jul 19 2005, 02:23 AM
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Don't even TRY it.
Have YOU got 100 people ready to die?
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post Jul 19 2005, 05:07 PM
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QUOTE(Method @ Jul 19 2005, 04:23 AM)
Don't even TRY it.
Have YOU got 100 people ready to die?
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post Jul 19 2005, 10:46 PM
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post Jul 30 2005, 01:34 PM
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the fact that you might be able to create the stone is really cool and a lot of people would like to try it. But the only way you could actually understand on making it and understanding what is you would have to do a lot of reading just like Al dude for his alchemy exam. If you like to read and learn about new stuff go ahead rigt now i'm jsut trying to get my summer reading book done then i'm going on to alchemy books. So if your not doing anything at all, i suggest picking up an alchemy book and start reading and understand it.


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post Jul 30 2005, 01:58 PM
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QUOTE(Guest @ Jul 8 2005, 03:27 PM)
It's bollocks. Alchemy (except in the sense that it provides a foundation for modern chemistry) is a heap of crap. The Philosopher's stone never existed, and the entire concept of a stone like that is preposterous. An interesting drive for a piece of fiction, but nothing more than that.
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nah alchemy i belive is real they just over exagurate what it truly is. see the reason i belive this is i read in a book once that if you were to put a bunch of broken peices of plastic that were once one big peice of plastic in a box that had no air in it and somehow add heat the the peices would reshape themselves as they once were.plus if u really want to get into it the law of equivalent exchange is also known and E=MC2


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post Aug 3 2005, 08:39 AM
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Indeed, alchemy has been important for modern sciences, and I think its funny that Ed & Al father has the name Hohenheim.
If you have read the history of alchemy then you know that everything said about him in FMA is correct for the real Hohenheim or Paracelsus as he wanted be to called himself
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post Aug 18 2005, 02:01 PM
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ive been intersested in alchemy since the first time a saw fma (when i was ten). im 11 now and in my schools gifted class. it sucks to be the only one in my school that likes alchemy but i dont need them.and the article u spoke of its pretty hard to understand i think i can get through it.
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post Aug 18 2005, 02:32 PM
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I believe in alchemy. But the whole theory of the philosopher
stone, it very hard to understand. There is no one that hasnt able
to make it, and even if someone can make it they would fail...
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