In a breakthrough discovery, a team of scientists has found a way to grow gold from plants. The new system, which involves genetically modified flora, promises to revolutionize the mining industry.
According to lead researcher Dr. Jane Smith, the team was inspired by nature’s ability to extract minerals from the soil. “Plants have evolved to take up nutrients and minerals, so we thought, why not use that same process to extract gold?”
The process involves growing genetically modified plants with special properties that allow them to absorb gold from the soil. The plants are then harvested and processed to extract the gold.
While the technology is still in its early stages, some experts are already predicting a future where gold mining companies will be replaced by vast fields of gold-bearing plants.
Critics, however, have raised concerns about the potential environmental impact of mass-producing genetically modified plants for commercial purposes.
Despite the controversy, the team behind the project remains optimistic about the potential benefits of plant-based gold mining, including reduced costs, increased efficiency, and a more sustainable future for the mining industry.