Listen now (4 mins) | Reading of the preface and authors biography, review of the first 20 pages
Just tremendous Bob. This might be the single most important 20 pages I've ever seen. I've NEVER heard any scientist empirically linking crop circles to thunderstorms, ball lightning, whirlwinds since Terrence Meaden working with Colin Andrews in the UK in the 1980s! And there Matsumoto says he saw them! And they repeated in the same field for several days. Fantastic. This is a significant enough discovery by a bonafide nuclear scientist to write a new book with all the connections to macro-phenomena we see all around us everyday.
So quick question: does the blood and other fluids flowing through our body generate cold neutrinos and EVOs continually, just like a water stream or river in nature? Is that how we heal? Thanks again.
Found this abstract from Matsumoto, re. BL and earthquakes on a Japanese island. Also see the link to similar papers. https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2003EAEJA....13998M/abstract
This is very interesting, looking forward for the rest of the document.
A friend of mine created this macroscopic quantum object in his California lab about 20-30 years ago. As far I remember from his description it was a size of basketball, it levitated above ground, it lasted about 20 minutes and eventually moved through the open door of the lab into a yard and slowly disipated.
I just listened your interview on APEC and was shocked with your explanation. I was never before able to explain my friend's accidental discovery.
Bob, quick question. What is the significance of quad-neutron collapse with reference to ENC? Thanks.
Bob, this quote on p. 25 is also a real mindblower: “Since the hydrogen cluster can contain many hydrogens, possibly many millions, many strange reactions are associated with the primary reactions: productions of heavy elements and multiple-neutron nuclei, formations of tiny black and wholes, and so on. Readers will easily understand that cold fusion is a small-scale simulation of the events that occur in cold starts far away in the universe.”
As you mentioned in last Sunday's live stream, this suggests that whatever is in outer space is also in all biological systems. White holes, black holes, wormholes, dark matter right inside our bodies. Wow!! This is what Matsumoto means by adopting a Copernican view of cold fusion/LENR: it's just a microscopic version of what's going on in stars, nebula, and galaxies. And to think that we're just hearing about these ideas now, more than 20 years after he thought of them. Truly revolutionary and yet people knew about it thousands of years ago.
Hi Bob, i sent those images of the Tungsten experiment to the remoteview email address that was sent to me after subscribing...hope you see them.
Boom, there it is on page 43 (d). "Therefore the non-baryons of gravity decay products might be found during cold fusion: that can be expected to be dark matter." Doesn't get any clearer than that. Arigato gozaimasu.
Hey Bob, is Andrea Rossi for real? My bullshit detector goes off when I read his SKLep update letters. Also thanks for the EVO tale link, quite interesting.
Bob, good article explaining how fermions transition to bosonic behavior making superconductivity and superfluidity possible in very dilute gasses: a fifth state of matter. Precursor to coherent matter as you've discussed here many times. https://physicsline.com/fermionic-condensate/
Hey Bob, what's the best LENR book out there for non-scientists like myself?
No shit?! That's wild! Makes sense though. Those carving are extremely crisp.
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