16SEP99 Hand-Out Collage for KCTTG Tehachapi TechForum


Congressman William Thomas' letter with collage of CNES Comprehensive National Energy Strategy public comment quotes regarding technologies to harness the Zero Point Energy Field of the post-quantum fluctuations in the vacuum of the space in which matter resides.

Text of Hand-Out 16SEP99 CHRC proposal to TechForum of KCTTG, side one:

(side two is p.163-4 New Technology Secrecy Order text per
Title 35, United States code [1952], sections 181-188)

Comprehensive National Energy Strategy (CNES)
Washington, D.C. April 1998, National Energy Policy Plan,
Pursuant to Section 801, Department of Energy Reorganization Act

Quoting from Summary of Public Comments Section excerpt from p.57, CNES:

"One commenter [DCW] recommeded that DOE look into zero-point energy and referred to a specific technology for harnessing this energy source called the "N" machine. He challenged the Secretary of Energy to fully investigate this technology and let the Amercian public know about it.

"Another commenter [Thomas Valone] encouraged DOE to form an office for emerging technologies. The commenter explained that truly new groundbreaking technologies would emerge only when an office is established to engage scientists and researchers who are on the fringe of technology. The commenter said that much of the research that is currently done in DOE is mainstream and these fringe researchers need an environment in which their work is taken seriously to flourish and publicize their achievements."

[next element of handout collage]:

Then copied text of June 16, 1998 letter;
TO: David (Crockett) Williams, in Tehachapi, CA
FROM: His U.S. Congressman William M. Thomas, 21st District, California:

Dear David:

Thank you for your thoughtful letter regarding the global environment and your concerns about replacing our current energy resources with others. You also raise interesting points about hemp cultivation that I know is gathering a great deal of interest in the scientific community.

I have spoken to Members of the House committees that handle science and energy issues about these ideas and encouraged their consideration. You may know that I am a big supporter of renewable energy. California and Kern County have many innovative recycling and alternatives energy facilities such as geopthermal and wind energy in addition to the more traditional oil sources.

Best regards,

signed /Bill/

Member of Congress

Letterhead of Rep. Thomas' letter also included his contact info and committee memberships: Chairman, House Oversight Committee; Chairman, Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health; Member, Ways and Means Subcommittee on Trade.

2208 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20215-0521, phone 202-225-2915; Administrative Assistant, Catherine M. Abernathy. District Offices at 4100 Truxtun Ave., #220, Bakersfield, CA 93309, 805-327-3611, and at 319 West Murray Avenue, Visalia, CA 93291, 209-627-6549.

At the bottom right corner of the letter sized page collage handout for 16sep99 techforum was pasted a business card reading:

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