Can Diamonds be formed by human wastes or human ashes? Is yes, How??????????

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please i need proof too..

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Yes. Creepy, but yes.

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  • 1 decade ago

    technically, yes. There is equipment that produces the high temperature and pressure conditions needed to create a diamond, and thus there are synthetic diamonds around.

    Diamonds are essentially carbon, so in theory any significant source of carbon can be used as the precursor (feed material) for creating a diamond. There is a significant proportion of residual carbon in solid human wastes so this material could be an acceptable feed material.

    I do not know in practice what the technical limitations are for the feed materials.

    I do not know how much carbon remains in the ashes from human creation, I would imagine a large proportion of the original carbon is lost to the atmosphere as CO2.

    Actually kind of an interesting question in detail.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    "oh what a beautiful diamond ring!"

    "thanks, it's my grandmother."

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