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Dr. Yoshiro Nakamatsu

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Yoshiro Nakamatsu, We Salute You // wishtank magazine

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Yoshiro Nakamatsu, We Salute You

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Yoshiro Nakamatsu is a goofy, lovable and generous mad scientist from Japan who's working towards 6,000 inventions before he dies at age 144. He has built an elaborate daily ritual which keeps him energized, loving life and creating brilliant ideas.
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Nakamatsu is a national hero in Japan, where's he affectionately known as "Dr.
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There's more than power snacking: Nakamatsu also takes regular power naps, and he's invented a device to enhance that, too.
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- and Nakamatsu has the last answer anyone but him would ever suspect:
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Nakamatsu: I am teaching philosophy at the University of Tokyo. The base for everything is a strong spirit, followed by a strong body, hard studies, experience and finally leads to a "trigger" experience. You "trigger" a bullet which contains spirit, body, study and experience - and finally that releases the actual invention.
[interviewer]: How do you "trigger" an invention?
Nakamatsu: A lack of oxygen is very important.
[interviewer]: A lack? Isn't that dangerous?
Nakamatsu: It's very dangerous.
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Nakamatsu: Of course. This is the Dr. Nakamatsu method.
Self-made madman
The key to successful innovation, according to Nakamatsu, is "freedom of intelligence. By this he means working with no strings attached. Nakamatsu says he has never sought funding from any person, company or government and prefers to develop and produce his own inventions. "If you ask or borrow money from other people, you cannot keep freedom of intelligence," he says simply.
An article on Engology.com discusses suggests the limitations of this invention mentality:
"Of course, even free spirits can only go so far. Nakamatsu has more than a few inventions which will probably never get the attention and investment they deserve, not least of which is the Nostradamvs II Engine, which "can run with just water, so there is no pollution at all.
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"NO SCIENCE BACKGROUND IS NEEDED TO UNDERSTAND THE ABSOLULTELY OBVIOUS REALITY OF THE WATER POWERED ENGINE invented by the greatest inventor alive today (Dr. Nakamatsu) who is thoroughly documented! Doesn't it seem at least a little SUSPICIOUS that a scientist as great as Dr. Nakamatsu is practically unknown in America?"
Well...there's a great deal that Americans don't know, Bubba. However, a highly efficient, non-polluting engine that was invented 17 years ago and still hasn't seen any production is a very strange thing.
Yoshiro Nakamatsu, in nearly every article about him I could find, is listed as the inventor of CDs, floppy disks and digital watches. Curiously, Wiki makes no mention of Nakamatsu whatsoever.
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There's no disputing that when Nakamatsu makes claims about being a great inventor, the numbers back him up.
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Nakamatsu, as of 2003, had 3,128 and has not slowed down.
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Doctor Nakamatsu explains that understanding the difference between Love Jet and other treatments isn't all that hard: "There's a hormone, often used in the United States, called DHEA, which is frequently prescribed as an impotency treatment alternative to Viagra," he says.
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To our man Yoshiro, however, this $400 hemmorage is a perfecly sane investment. As we already know, Nakamatsu operates from a different perspective.
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And finally, Yoshiro has some words of advice for the USA:


Yoshiro Nakamatsu, We Salute ...

www.brainsturbator.com [cached]

Yoshiro Nakamatsu, We Salute You

Thanks to Kory for the heads up on this guy-a goofy, lovable and generous mad scientist from Japan who's working towards 6000 inventions before he dies at age 144.He has built an elaborate daily ritual which keeps him energized, loving life, and creating brilliant ideas left and right.
"In my country, the drive to succeed-and the competition-is unbelievably intense.
...
Yoshiro Nakamatsu is a national hero in Japan, where's he affectionately known as "Dr.
...
There's more than power snacking: Nakamatsu also takes regular power naps, and he's invented a device to enhance that, too.
...
The question was one the author has probably asked hundreds of times- "so, where do you get your ideas?"-and Nakamatsu has the last answer anyone but him would ever suspect:
Is there a secret to becoming an inventor?
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The key to successful innovation, according to Nakamatsu, is "freedom of intelligence."By this he means working with no strings attached.Nakamatsu says he has never sought funding from any person, company or government and prefers to develop and produce his own inventions."If you ask or borrow money from other people, you cannot keep freedom of intelligence," he says simply.
----from this Engology.com article.
Of course, even free spirits can only go so far.Nakamatsu has more than a few inventions which will probably never get the attention and investment they deserve, not least of which is the Nostradamvs II Engine, which "can run with just water, so there is no pollution at all."Coming never to a car dealership near you!
The Nakamatsu water engine is a curious little rabbit hole.It's also been patented under the name Enerex, and a search for that yields paranoid gems like this one:
NO SCIENCE BACKGROUND IS NEEDED TO UNDERSTAND THE ABSOLULTELY OBVIOUS REALITY OF THE WATER POWERED ENGINE invented by the greatest inventor alive today (Dr. Nakamatsu) who is thoroughly documented!Doesn't it seem at least a little SUSPICIOUS that a scientist as great as Dr. Nakamatsu is practically unknown in America?
Well ... there's a great deal that Americans don't know about, Bubba.However, a highly efficient, non-polluting engine that invented 17 years ago and still hasn't seen any production is a very strange thing.
Yoshiro Nakamatsu, in nearly every article about him I could find, is listed as the inventor of CDs, floppy disks, and digital watches.Curiously, Wiki makes no mention of Nakamatsu whatsoever.
...
There's no disputing that when Nakamatsu makes claims about being a great inventor, the numbers back him up.
...
Nakamatsu, as of 2003, had 3,128.
...
Doctor Nakamatsu explains that understanding the difference between Love Jet and other treatments isn't all that hard.
"There's a hormone, often used in the United States, called DHEA, which is frequently prescribed as an impotency treatment alternative to Viagra," he says.
...
To our man Yoshiro, however, this $400 hemmorage is a perfecly sane investment.As we already know, Nakamatsu operates from a different perspective.
...
And finally, Yoshiro has some words of advice for the USA:
...
From current understanding of neurochemistry, Dr. Nakamatsu is using endogeneous (internally produced) DMT Flashes to bring his inventions back from the "edge"


Yoshiro Nakamatsu, We Salute ...

www.brainsturbator.com [cached]

Yoshiro Nakamatsu, We Salute You

Thanks to Kory for the heads up on this guy-a goofy, lovable and generous mad scientist from Japan who's working towards 6000 inventions before he dies at age 144.He has built an elaborate daily ritual which keeps him energized, loving life, and creating brilliant ideas left and right.
"In my country, the drive to succeed-and the competition-is unbelievably intense.
...
Yoshiro Nakamatsu is a national hero in Japan, where's he affectionately known as "Dr.
...
There's more than power snacking: Nakamatsu also takes regular power naps, and he's invented a device to enhance that, too.
...
The question was one the author has probably asked hundreds of times- "so, where do you get your ideas?"-and Nakamatsu has the last answer anyone but him would ever suspect:
Is there a secret to becoming an inventor?
...
The key to successful innovation, according to Nakamatsu, is "freedom of intelligence."By this he means working with no strings attached.Nakamatsu says he has never sought funding from any person, company or government and prefers to develop and produce his own inventions."If you ask or borrow money from other people, you cannot keep freedom of intelligence," he says simply.
----from this Engology.com article.
Of course, even free spirits can only go so far.Nakamatsu has more than a few inventions which will probably never get the attention and investment they deserve, not least of which is the Nostradamvs II Engine, which "can run with just water, so there is no pollution at all."Coming never to a car dealership near you!
The Nakamatsu water engine is a curious little rabbit hole.It's also been patented under the name Enerex, and a search for that yields paranoid gems like this one:
NO SCIENCE BACKGROUND IS NEEDED TO UNDERSTAND THE ABSOLULTELY OBVIOUS REALITY OF THE WATER POWERED ENGINE invented by the greatest inventor alive today (Dr. Nakamatsu) who is thoroughly documented!Doesn't it seem at least a little SUSPICIOUS that a scientist as great as Dr. Nakamatsu is practically unknown in America?
Well ... there's a great deal that Americans don't know about, Bubba.However, a highly efficient, non-polluting engine that invented 17 years ago and still hasn't seen any production is a very strange thing.
Yoshiro Nakamatsu, in nearly every article about him I could find, is listed as the inventor of CDs, floppy disks, and digital watches.Curiously, Wiki makes no mention of Nakamatsu whatsoever.
...
There's no disputing that when Nakamatsu makes claims about being a great inventor, the numbers back him up.
...
Nakamatsu, as of 2003, had 3,128.
...
Doctor Nakamatsu explains that understanding the difference between Love Jet and other treatments isn't all that hard.
"There's a hormone, often used in the United States, called DHEA, which is frequently prescribed as an impotency treatment alternative to Viagra," he says.
...
To our man Yoshiro, however, this $400 hemmorage is a perfecly sane investment.As we already know, Nakamatsu operates from a different perspective.
...
And finally, Yoshiro has some words of advice for the USA:
...
From current understanding of neurochemistry, Dr. Nakamatsu is using endogeneous (internally produced) DMT Flashes to bring his inventions back from the "edge"


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NakaMats," Dr. Nakamatsu is ...

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NakaMats," Dr. Nakamatsu is an inventor with over 3000 patents. He was featured December of 2012 in Smithsonian.com, and he will also be featured in an upcoming issue for Tokyo Journal, for which the images of this set were made.

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Dr. Yoshiro Nakamatsu

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