Did You Know: The Human Body Contains Gold?
Gold can be found in the deepest parts of the soil and can only be obtained through land mining which Ghanaians refer to as “galamsey”. Gold is a yellowish type of metal that is malleable and ductile. This mineral is of commercial value and highly-priced on the market.
The human body is a composite of many cells, tissues, organs and minerals that help maintain its perfect balance for development. There are aspects of the human body that are powerful enough to do the impossible by the standards of human knowledge. Science has been able to prove, among others, that the human body contains some amount of electricity in the brain, which can power an electric light bulb; the acid in the stomach dissolve a razor blade; and also the human body contains enough sulphur, which can kill fleas on the average dog.
A very startling revelation is that the body of an average human weighing 70kg contains 0.2milligrams of gold. The human body, according to Gold Traders contains 10 nano-litres of the purified form of gold, which can measure up to 0.22 millimetres on each side of a cube when refined and solidified.
Writing in ‘Vernon Morning Star’, Brendan Shykora, suggests that gold helps maintain equilibrium in the joints and to transmit electrical waves and signals in the parts of the body. Lack of gold in the body will cause a malfunction in some aspects.