The 6.8 earthquake that struck Hokkaido Japan has killed nine and injured hundreds as multiple landslides shook communities.
It has also battered the laboratory of veteran LENR researcher Tadahiko Mizuno, who has lost valuable research equipment, and building damage will require the lab to move.
Pictures show items knocked off shelves, and bounced around. Damaged equipment includes an Scanning Electron Microscope and a neutron detector.
Dr. Mizuno is looking at tens of thousands of dollars of replacement costs, a number that threatens his continued LENR research.
A GoFundMe page has been set up by Dennis Cravens, and you can lend a helping hand there.
From LENR-forum Recovery thread: Some of the damage to the building. This is a beam holding up the emergency stairwell. The entire building is leaning over, around 5 cm at the 7th floor. It appears Dr. Mizuno will have to move to another building, and it will cost a lot of money to move this delicate equipment.
Objects fell on this SEM, damaging it, and the vacuum pump in it. It can not be repaired.
Tadahiko Mizuno has been researching LENR for 30-years. He was successful in generating large excess heat and was aware of transmutations early on. His book Nuclear Transmutation: The Reality of Cold Fusion was published in 1998.
It’s the simplest principle of community that if each gives a little, you can generate a lot, and that’s what the GoFundMe page is all about.
You can make something beautiful happen in the world with your act of goodness and generosity. Tadahiko Mizuno is a LENR researcher who shares his work in order to accelerate the understanding of this science.
Please share what you can with him.
And may the kindness you show today be revealed to you tomorrow.