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Shiuji Inomata
Shiuji Inomata
Born (1932-12-00)December 0, 1932 Template:Error Template:Error
Died (2001-04-17)April 17, 2001
Residence Japan
Nationality Japanese
Known for New Energy
Scientific career
Fields Physicist, Engineer

In Memoriam

Dr. Shiuji Inomata, President of the Japan Psychotronics Institute, suddenly passed away on the morning of April 17 in a hospital near his residence in Niigata, Japan, from multiple organ failure associated with liver cancer. He was sixty-eight years of age. Dr. Inomata graduated from the Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering University in Tokyo in physics and engineering. He acquired a Ph.D. from the Tokyo Institute of Technology. He worked as a postdoctoral scientist at MIT. Dr. Inomata was a courageous leader and pioneer of new paradigm science, in his work in theory and experiment. He derived new mathematical formulas with a function representing consciousness in the equations of physics, and proposed a ?consciousness-energy-matter? triangle that helps us understand how physical energy manifests from the quantum vacuum. He also developed several versions of the N-machine, a device for generating new energy. In the 1990s, with the Japan Psychotronics Institute, he hosted several landmark international symposia in Japan on new paradigm science, including one at Waseda University in Tokyo. Dr. Inomata also launched a committee within the MITI (Ministry of International Trade and Industry) in Japan to explore new energy, or ki. Even though he did not live more than a short time in this millennium, he was a new-millennium scientist. Throughout the world, all of us engaged in the new science, especially in new energy and consciousness studies, mourn his loss. - [/php2/index.php?tab0=Scientists&tab1=Display&id=1154 Dr. Beverly Rubik], Infinite Energy, N37 (2002).