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May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

I am completely stunned by the timing of this all. I can only send my affection to his family through you and eternal thanks to the universe for gifting us the time he was among us.

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May 20, 2023·edited May 20, 2023Author

Camilo,

On 10th Feb, Sho gave these possible date ranges on which he could come with me to Dr. Matsumoto and I could only really go with him to be honest.

From April 11th to April 30th.

From May 5th to May 31st.

From June 4th to June 30th.

I said to my wife, I feel I have to go as soon as possible, so I went on the 12th April.

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May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

Probably this will make (some) sense to you:

A few days ago we lost Dr. Matsumoto.

He surely joined with Dr. Emoto.

Probably no one will see a relation

But surely when they met, there was elation.

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Very good - Makes sense to me!

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I could'nt have said It better. My profound condolences to the Matsumoto family.

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May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

Me too

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May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

Dr. Matsumoto was one of the most important figures in the entire history of science. His persistence and tenacity in the face of dogmatic narrow-minded adversity was heroic and inspiring to say the least. He will be remembered as one of the key figures leading humanity into the age of coherent matter. Fortunately, I was able to get him mentioned in a new documentary that is scheduled for released shortly and his picture is in the film.

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Very well said - and I will pass on your comments, and when you have a link to the documentary, that too, to his family.

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May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

The world is truly blessed to have known this great person!

I fear there is much to do, to secure the past, so we can secure the future!

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Thankyou

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May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

I'm stunned too at the timing, but very glad he was able to meet you and laern the head of his own university would follow up on his work. May he rest in peace. Be sure to keep in touch with the retired head of Hokkaido university as well to make sure he has what he needs to follow through on his intentions.

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I have been guiding him via Sho these past weeks.

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May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

Thanks Bob and Sho! I really feel this could be a big opportunity.

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May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

I pray that the family of Dr Takaaki Matsumoto will find some comfort in knowing that Dr Matsumoto's work was fundamental to the understanding of the CF process and that his work will continue in the next generation of scientist's quest for truth. Please thank the family for allowing us to connect with him even as his health was waning. (Bob, I wonder if Dr Matsumoto found it easier to move on to the next phase for his soul after meeting you and knowing that his life's work was in good hands. Thank you again for all you do at MFMP for all of us.)

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Very nice words, I will pass them on.

No one should pass, knowing that it may have all been for nothing - in his case, it was not. He gave forward and his spirit will know that - thank you to all that made that possible.

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May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

Hello Bob,

May I join with you, the MFMP and the wider LENR community in your sadness about Dr Matsumoto's passing. It was very fortunate that you both visited him very recently and that, only last year, you painstakingly translated most of his work (and I am glad to have helped a little with that ongoing project).

But, yes, Matsumoto's contributions were unique, dedicated and special and we all look forward to enhancing them further - as is also the case with LION's work and the many other contributors you have worked tirelessly to capture, understand and extend for the greater good of everyone.

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Very kind words - and do not underestimate your own huge efforts.

Soon we will find ourselves left as the shadow of these giants and it will be down to us to deliver.

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May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

I would also like to add my heartfelt condolences to all the others expressed here, and my thoughts and prayers are with his wife and daughter. For me, Dr.Matsumoto is, quite simply a giant and an inspiration. May we who follow in his wake do justice to his memory and let not his death be in vain. Thank you, Dr.Matsumoto for the wonderful and rich legacy of science and hope you have left us, the world, and future generations who, it is my fervent hope, will live to praise your name for their future you have given back to them.

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Thankyou Gordon - I will pass this on.

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May 20, 2023·edited May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

144 000 from 12 tribes scattered all over the place represent the One

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May 20, 2023Liked by Bob Greenyer

My heartfelt condolences. A great scientist has gone whose work provided groundbreaking insights into the understanding of LENR and the processes associated with it. He deserved much more attention from the scientific community and ultimately the Nobel Prize. Unfortunately, such research is not rewarded by the established scientific community (for well-known reasons). May he find fame in the future when his scientific work will be included in the standard textbooks of physics. For me he is one of the great physicists in the category of W. Heisenberg, N. Bohr, E. Rutherford or P. Jordan.

I am very glad that Bob was still able to visit him and that Dr. Matsumoto realised that he will pass on his scientific work and make it available to the world public (and next generations of researchers). Bob, thank you for your great work!

PS: Thank you Bob for printing out the figure I once made for you.

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Thank you for doing it. He was very pleased to see it, you made him very happy.

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RIP.. the legacy lives on.

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