For print on demand version of Takaaki Matsumoto's book
Hi, Bob. I like version 2. I'm new to Remote View (joined in May 2022), but have been doing New Energy research off and on for 36 years. I have read Matsumoto's papers that you provided. Thanks! Do you know why we haven't heard from him in quite a while? Is he still active?
A picture of the author, Takaaki Matsumoto ?
I have been so busy lately but every time I see one of your posts I manage to take a look. This is looking good, sorry if I can't offer much more than encouragement and thankfulness for your hard work at this time. My country is in a great turmoil and it has affected all aspects of our life.
Looks good, although I would recommend some changes re punctuation, grammar et al; I would suggest:
In this book the author, Dr. Takaaki Matsumoto, shows by way of stepwise experiments and discussion how he discovered nuclear collapse induced by the electromagnetic force (which is about 40 orders of magnitude stronger than the gravitational force) in the laboratory, whilst studying the mechanisms of so-called "Cold Fusion" (CF) phenomena.
Several kinds of nuclear reaction that were directly induced by the electromagnetic force, called "Electro-Nuclear Reaction" (ENR), were found to occur in a special formation of hydrogen clusters, called "ionic clusters", or "micro Ball Lightning" (BL). The nuclear collapse was one of the most remarkable reactions amongst ENRs, called "Electro-Nuclear Collapse" (ENC). Amazingly materials completely broken by ENC were found later to be regenerated into thin tubes of common elements including carbon, oxygen and iron. This latter process is called "Electro-Nuclear Regeneration" (ENG).
Figure 10 - EPMA of the Hexagonal Decay Product.
The ring and hexagon shown were examined with "Electron Probe Microanalysis" (EPMA). Figure 10 [p.218] shows distributions of the elements that were found. Besides iron from the host metal and potassium from the electrolyte, isotopes of calcium, sodium, chlorine and cadmium were observed in both the ring and hexagon produced. As shown there were two pronounced circular zones clearly separated from each other and high in cadmium in the ring formation, suggesting that it may have consisted of a hydrogen cluster and that the process of nuclear transmutation took place in the clusters.
BTW I agree with the group in that a photo of the author on the back cover is better than the original picture. I'd suggest changing the text in the picture to yellow, however, to match the other text and to make it easier to read against the green background of the plants. I'd also recommend all the text on the back page be made yellow as well, not have some yellow and some white.
Looks great Bob, I very much look forward to ordering a copy! Would be funny to put some in the local libraries, "guerilla style" ;) I don't think anyone goes to the English book section though...I noticed on the back you include a lot of punctuation inside your quotations (instead of outside). eg "Electro Nuclear Reaction (ENR)," and '"Electro Nuclear Collapse (ENC)." Furthermore' in other ones. Wasn't sure if it was intentional or not so just mentioning it.
Line 4 back side: "Which is is" -> one is too many
The last version really reflects the impact of the collaboration, first one was great but this one is a definitive improvement so now it’s superb. I hope to be able to get a hard copy, and I truly hope you can finally get to meet Matsumoto face to face this year.