(Died: February 2, 1983)
Interests: Biological Transmutation of Elements
A Nobel Prize nominee, C. Louis Kervran anticipated more recent discoveries in cold fusion, that transmutation of elements are not only possible at low temperatures, but that they occur regularly in living bodies.
"Corentin Louis Kervran (Quimper, Finist?re (Brittany) 1901 - 1983) was a French scientist best known for his defense of biological transmutation. He was working as an inspector of working at Chambery in Savoie in 1930's. In WW2 he had brought into his action as French Resistance. He was a member of the New York Academy of Sciences, Director of Conferences of the Paris University, Member of Conseil d'Hygiene de la Seine, a Member of the Commission du Conseil Sup?rieur de la Recherche Scientifique (1966). He was the recognised expert on radiation poisoning for the French government since 1945." - Wikipedia