April 7, 1978 Letter to California Gov. Jerry Brown
advising of a new breakthrough in scientific thought

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr

California State Capitol
Sacramento, California

April 7, 1978

Dear Governor Brown:

I am writing to advise you of a new breakthrough in scientific thought, which will have imminent revolutionary technological impact on today's world scene, and to ask for your help in securing the availability of University of California facilities for the research and development of Tetron Natural Unified Field Theory.

Fulfilling Albert Einstein's vision of a unified field theory which would explain all of physical reality in one simple mathematical equation, Tetron Natural Unified Field Theory was developed from ideas first received in Spring 1972 by its author (a 1969 Bachelor of Science in Chemistry graduate of California State University at Northridge, a Chartered Life Underwriter, and a former businessman licensed in California as a real estate salesman, registered securities representative, property casualty insurance solicitor, and life and disability insurance agent) who unsuccessfully applied for admission in August 1974 to University of California at Santa Barbara for the Ph.D. program in Chemical Physics.

Since then, work on the mathematical model of Tetron Natural Unified Field Theory was completed in Spring 1977 without University of California assistance.

Recently, on March 10, 1978 a copy of the fist draft of the doctoral thesis on Tetron Natural Unified Field Theory was submitted to the U.C.S.B. chairmen of the schools of chemistry, physics, religious studies, psychology, and political science for development of an interdisciplinary doctoral program combining these fields. A follow-up request for acknowledgement was sent to them on March 27, 1978. As yet no response at all has been received so I am now writing you.

I am writing to you because of my conviction that the Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore nuclear research laboratories now under University of California direction can, in a matter of months by employing Tetron Natural Unified Field Theory, develop a safe mechanism (alternative to fission and fusion) for extraction of nuclear energy in magnified amounts through a device to accelerate the rate of radioactive decay.

This opportunity for alternate use of radioactive warheads, fuels, and waste products for low cost sources of safe energy, coupled with the impact of other upcoming inventions developable pursuant to Tetron Natural Unified Field Theory (water transmitter, plastic electrogravimagnetic levitation vehicles, Tesla technologies, etc.) will have enormous influence on political science. For this reason President Carter was advised of these developments by letter on June 27, 1977 and August 9, 1977 but with no acknowledgement or response as yet from him or his good office, and a copy of the March 10, 1978 Tetron Natural Unified Field Theory thesis draft was sent to the chairman of the United Nations Special Session on Disarmament.

During the upcoming historic first United Nations Special Session on Disarmament, several hundred people will be joining along with a world leader of the nuclear energy peace movement focus to demonstrate for the abolishment of nuclear weapons.

This religious leader, the Most Venerable Nichidatsu Fujii who is a 93 year old acquaintance of Mahatma Gandhi and the Buddhist Monk founder of the Nipponzan Myohoji Order for the purification of land and life, will at the end of May or beginning of June this year be visiting Los Angeles, Nipponzan Myohoji of California, 2674 South Vermont, Los Angeles 90007, (213) 735-7305. His visit with you Governor Brown, at that time, would be a significant contribution to the world peace movement.

On April 16 at 2:00 P.M., an open celebration of the birth of Buddha will be held for your participation at the Nipponzan Myohoji address listed above.

Respectfully,

[signature]

David Crockett Williams jr (Matter), C.L.U.
(dated April 7, 1978)
Author of Tetron Natural Unified Field Theory

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cc: President Jimmy Carter
Nipponzan Myohoji of California
International Cooperation Council
Chairman, United Nations Special Session on Disarmament
U.C.S.B. Chairman, School of Chemistry
U.C.S.B. Chairman, School of Physics
U.C.S.B. Chairman, School of Psychology
U.C.S.B. Chairman, School of Religious Studies
U.C.S.B. Chairman, School of Political Science
University of Malibu
Lawrence Todd Karol, founder, T'ai Chi Center
Santa Barbara News and Review
Santa Barbara New Press
Los Angeles Times
San Fernando Valley News
Walter William Klopfenstein, founder, Dharma Home Foundation
David C. Williams (Sr.), president, Paradise Psibernetics Productions
Thomas Banyacya, traditional interpreter for Hopi leaders
David Monongye, Hopi Elder
Qua Toqti, Hopi Publishers
Techqua Ikachi (Land and Life) Organization
Friends of the Hopi Organization
Norman Paulsen, founder, Brotherhood of the Sun (Sunburst)
Walter Boye
Santa Barbara Mobilization for Survival
U.C.S.B. Daily Nexus
C.S.U.N. Daily Sundial
Mankind Center

2 enclosures: engagement announcement, 7-15-76 reprint