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Alchemy In Real Life
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post Jun 30 2005, 07:41 AM
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I didn't even bother to read all 6 pages of this. Alchemy is supposedly a science that some people could "do" in the, like people have said, middle ages. I don't think anyone should really try doing "alchemy." It'll save you some of your free time.

It was funny reading the first page though happy.gif
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post Jul 16 2005, 09:50 PM
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Like it says in the show (Alchemy is science) someone will eventually discover some way of transforming an object from one form into another through a process similar to alchemy, but it may not use circles that are used in the show, or even circles at all it could be an array of symbols with no circle around it at all. Science will eventually find a way maybe in 100 years or 100,000 years but we will eventually find a way

.......umm....the reason we dont use alchemy is becuase it died...chemestry killed it.... Boyle was the one that created a new way of studying science.. alchemy was not only science but it had mystecism...thats why no one uses alchemy any more and no its not advance...its ancient and useless.. thats why we have modern science. plus the only way of "transmuting" is by nuclear fusion or anything that is use with particle accelerater
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Alchemy is not a dead science... I am 21 yrs old and go to Tram College, a college for the Esteric Arts (Alchemy.) Alchemy does use circles, big ones, small ones, any kind. You can transmute thing from broken down structures(matter) using spiritual energy. I'll check back in in a week to answer any questions. P.S. My Alchemist "code name" was given to me because of a lightning Alchemical reaction. They replaced my bones with metal ones.
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post Jul 18 2005, 08:27 PM
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Alchemy is not a dead science... I am 21 yrs old and go to Tram College, a college for the Esteric Arts (Alchemy.) Alchemy does use circles, big ones, small ones, any kind. You can transmute thing from broken down structures(matter) using spiritual energy. I'll check back in in a week to answer any questions. P.S. My Alchemist "code name" was given to me because of a lightning Alchemical reaction. They replaced my bones with metal ones.


Tram college huh......I've never heard of it. Do you know if there is a website for that college. I'm just wondering, cuz I would like to check it out. Hey, do you have any actual footage of you or anyone you know using a alchemy circle to transmute somthing. I beleive its real, but I have never seen actual footage of one being used (as of now I can't control my energy enough to use one, but hey I'll get there biggrin.gif ). Also, are you just joking about your bones being replaced with metal, because I would think you are, but I'm not sure.
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post Feb 2 2006, 08:04 PM
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modern day chemistry evolved from alchemy. alchemy did and does exist in many forms unlike chemistry which is just focused on elements and physical properties alchemy has roots in religion astronomy mythology philosphy plus many others the use of transmutation circles are not used in alchemy the symbbols represented in the transmutation circles on fma are for the basic 7 elements named after the planets known during the 16th century they include silver gold and mercury mercury is also known as quicksilver in alchemic text
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post Feb 9 2006, 01:32 AM
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Just pretend! Like me!

Jkjk. But it'd be pretty cool if alchemy worked...
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post Feb 11 2006, 12:24 AM
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If youve ever cooked, that counts as alchemy
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post Feb 22 2006, 09:04 AM
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Argh...I've tried to draw a circle and such...Didn't look much like a circle...And,err, well, nothing happened when I tried! XD


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post Feb 26 2006, 08:26 PM
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Well actually I have heard some things about alchemy being real... one time I saw this documentary about alchemists and there was this one guy that was a little crazy and his house was filled with types of transmutation circles... pretty scary if you think about it...


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i convinced my friend to draw scar's arm on him. haha it was hilarious. he kept trying to blow up my head with his new arm. however, to counter my friend's new powers i drew transmuation circles on my hands and became that suicide bomber alchemist dude. haha. good times.



Heehee ^^ That sounds like fun
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post Mar 16 2006, 02:03 PM
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Alchemy was tried many times in the early ages but it was shown that too little was made out of it, I believe. It was proven that it was almost impossible to achieve, and too much work was required to do so. So it was abandoned by scientists.

I think that's how it goes, correct me if I'm wrong.


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post Mar 21 2006, 12:35 PM
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i assume that alchemy of years ago was a form of chemistry and not just drawing symbols in order to manipulate something. Chemistry is quite capable of changing elements and in an "equivilance trade" style, but is by no means like that of the alchemy in fma.
it would also seem logical to say that if alchemy was succesful then it would probably still be going on today as the ability to create gold from lead would be something that the wealth fueled world we live in would most certainly be interested in.
If you're really interested in alchemy why not invest in a chemistry set and have some fun with that, it's not exactly like making a doll from a load of ash and a circle but it's still kinda fun.
Oh and a quick note, just cos the internet says it is doesn't mean it's true!


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post Mar 21 2006, 01:11 PM
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yeah I tried I few times


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post Mar 25 2006, 06:12 PM
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We did a thing on Alchemy in Science for a term, so I know some stuff.

The process of making medicine out of herbs and stuff can be refferred to as alchemy. So, in a way, people use alchemy every day. Now, making something by offering up something else which may be entirely different from what you want to make, even if it is of equal value, and making something out of it by drawing a circle or clapping your hands, that isn't real. Metal can be "transmuted" by using a particle accelerator in a laboratory, but the finished product is always fragile and subpar to what it should be.

Another nice example of alchemy is turning carbon into a diamond, this is done by filtering and purifying the carbon thousands of tmes, and then melting it down. These diamonds, however, lack some of the properties a regular diamond would have (i.e, would probably be more fragile, not be able to cut titanium etc.)

Now, as for trying alchemy myself, I drew a circle and clapped it for a comic effect when I was cosplaying Ed. Then some smartass pointed out to me that Ed dosn't need circles. ruined my whole day, that did. *sniff*
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