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Corentin Louis Kervran (1901 - 1983) was a French scientist.

From 1935 on Louis Kervran collected facts and performed experiments which led him to postulate that transmutation of elements occurred in living organisms. Among his supposed evidence were fatal accidents from carbon monoxide poisoning when none was detectable in the air and the observation that Sahara oilfield workers excreted a daily average of 320 mg more calcium than they ingested without decalcification occurring.

His findings were publicly discussed in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy and Japan after 1959, when he decided to communicate them, but ultimately not accepted by the scientific community.

He was member of the New York Academy of Science as well as Director of Conferences of the Paris University Member of Conseil d'Hygiene de la Seine.

Louis Kervran wrote several books on his findings:

  • Transmutations Biologiques, Métabolismes Aberrants de l'Azote, le Potassium et le Magnésium, Librairie Maloine S.A., Paris, 1962.
  • Transmutations Naturelles, Non Radioactives, Librairie Maloine S.A., Paris, 1963.
  • Transmutations à Faible Énergie, Librairie Maloine S.A., Paris, 1964.
  • A la Découverte des Transmutations Biologiques, Librairie Maloine S.A., Paris, 1966.
  • Preuves Relatives à l'Existence de Transmutations Biologiques, Librairie Maloine S.A., Paris, 1968.
  • Preuves en Géologie et Physique de Transmutations à faible Énergie, Librairie Maloine S.A., Paris, 1973.
  • Preuves en Biologie de Transmutations à faible Énergie, Librairie Maloine S.A., Paris, 1975.
  • Transmutations Biologique et Physique Moderne, Maloine S.A., Paris, 1982.

There are two translations of Kervran's work into English:

  • Biological Transmutations by Professor C. Louis Kervran, translation and adaptation by Michel Abehsera, USA 1989, 1998 (first published in 1972) ISBN 0-916508-47-1 (extract of three of Kervran's books)
  • Biological transmutations, revised and edited by Herbert & Elizabeth Rosenauer, London, Crosby Lockwood 1972 (reprinted by Beekman, New York, in 1998)

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