In the recent paper “Deformed Space-Time Reactions and Their Phenomenology” by G.Albertini and D: Bassani, Physics Journal, Vol. 1, No. 3, 2015, pp. 382-387 (http://www.aiscience.org/journal/pj), we analyse [lexicon]Low Energy Nuclear Reactions[/lexicon], Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, E-cat and Piezo-nuclear reactions, by considering four main phenomenological characteristics: 1.occurrence of an energy threshold; 2.change of atomic weight; 3.absence of gamma radiation 4.anisotropic emission of nuclear particles in intense beams having very short life span. These characteristics qualify them as consequences of reactions supposed to occur in regions of deformed Space-Time. This paper unifies all the observed phenomena into a unique general phenomenology, corresponding to the predictions of the Deformed Space Time theory. This theory is shortly introduced and is shown to apply not only to the nuclear interactions but also to the other known fundamental interactions. In particular we remark that in E-cat the neutron emissions were not detected due to their impulsive nature, which make blind the frequently used neutron detectors, and their anisotropy, which makes neutrons not detectable along some directions.