Google gets Glow-Discharge to work.

  • They act like neutrons, and they smell like neutrons, but they are possibly what Edward Teller called 'meshugganons' (meshugga = Yiddish, look it up!) I know another researcher who experienced what looked like a huge neutron flux during a glow-discharge experiment but it obviously was not, because he survived. William Collis is interested in what he calls 'exotic neutral particles' - which could be the same thing, but he has not yet got experimental proof. See also 'Bush and Eagleton'. papers

    Given the amount of data on particles, and efforts to find new ones in many different ways, I'd reckon "misinterpret meter readings" to bbe muhc more plausible than "exotic new particles that helpfully leave you alive".

    As for neutron flux killing you - it all depends on the dose and in anecdotal accounts it is difficult to get a good estimate for what (if the claimed neutron readings were real) would be the actual dose to the experimenter. Though i don't know the details here so maybe there is sure evidence for a "kill you soon" dose if the readings were really neutrons in this case.

  • It is worth comparing glow discharge to contact glow discharge. Extensive reproducible and numerous reports of contact glow discharge are available in Masumoto's step to electronuclear collapse.

    The set-up is two nickel wires in a caustic solution of water. The cathode has much less area in the solution than the anode. When a voltage above about 50 V is applied, the anode vigorously evolves gas and the gas glows.

    Matsumoto used film emulsions positioned at a window to the cell to capture radiation traces. Matsumoto proposes that neutron escape the cold fusion reaction to the film. However, these "neutrons" are neutron stars which resulted from supernova in the contact glow discharge. These neutron stars then decay to electro-gravity induced blackholes. Hence, the traces are created not from ionizing radiation but from radiation sources (decaying blockholes) which produce numerous non-ionizing radiations from a point-source captured at the film interface.

    The same reason might be applied to "neutrons" from glow discharge experiments. So some confirmation via film emulsions would be useful.

  • At what point do the Fermented Soybeans come into it?

    It an analogy. Nucleons are like soybeans, soybeans kept dry, can be kept for centuries. However, just as soybeans can be fermented, nucleons are subject to electro-gravity induced reactions that separate the charges from neutral composite particles. Matsumoto envisions the fermentation causes the neutron stars to have a central neutral mass surrounded by charges in the form of positrons and electrons whose natural attraction organizes them into a mesh.

    The electro-gravity induced blackholes emit synchronous non-ionizing particles. You may be familiar with the image amplifying effect of laser light, the same would be true here. The first image is with the mesh over the blackhole and is oriented as if you were looking at the headlight of a car coming at you down the highway. One sees a ring trace because the particle source leaves the film interface before the blackhole has completed it life cycle. In the second image, one sees the mesh separated from the blackhole but in theory the image is only visible because of the image amplifying effect of the synchronous particle radiation.