Appeal for CSPAN Conference Coverage

Please help us get CSPAN covereage for our Global Crisis Solutions Conference at the UC Berkeley Alumni House by emailing, faxing, or calling in your support to the CSPAN Assignment Editor indicated below.

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[Please cover UC Berkeley Global Crisis Solutions Conference 3-1-99]

-----Original Message-----

"Asmt.Ed. Alan Speck (CSPAN)";
"Alan Speck (CSPAN)"

Date: Wednesday, February 17, 1999 1:42 PM
Subject: Global Crisis Solutions Conference, March 1st, UC Berkeley Alumni House

From: David Williams 805-822-3309 (after Feb22, 415-751-6851)
To: CSPAN Assignment Editor, Alan Speck
Fax: 202-737-6226
Phone: 202-737-3220

Dear Mr. Speck:

We have an unusually excellent opportunity for your fine news coverage, at our Global Crisis Solutions Conference on Monday, March 1st, hosted by two prominent UC Berkeley PhD alumni at the campus Alumni House from 10AM to 4PM.

We have a full line of experienced and qualified speakers delivering messages on several critical issues related to this theme, each of which warrants national media attention. Details of our Global Emergency Alert Response project and this conference are at

Speaker information follows relating to these topics of: Ending the threat of nuclear war and effecting the abolition of nuclear weapons; Newly proven science behind available but suppressed advanced energy technologies to replace nuclear and fossil fuel power as well as the neutralization of radioactive wastes (LENT Low Energy Nuclear Transmutation process now under investigation by DOE); Covert development of this new science for advanced scalar electromagnetic weapons such as weather control and physiological biowarfare -- endangering a WWIII scenario; Recently acknowledged CIA complicity in hard drug smuggling into our inner cities (CIA Inspector General Report, Volume II, of 8OCT98 obscured by impeachment procedings), the need for hemp/cannabis/marijuana and drug policy reform to ameliorate crime, injustice, enormous prison costs, and to allow widespread industrial hemp cultivation to save trees and heal the atmosphere (ameliorate global warming); A Comprehensive Systems Cybernetics Program to solve the problems of society and bring global peace; and how to catalyze the spiritual reawakening required to guide humanity through these times of great change.

We hope for your early commitment to cover this conference so we can notify our vast internet collaboration network to pass the word to tune in to your broadcast.

The conference is being convened by a senior Cal Berkeley alumnus, Dr. Fred B. Wood, Sr., who is widely regarded as one of the fathers of systems theory in the course of his career with IBM with a PhD in Electical Engineering (1953). Dr. Wood has been lobbying the Federal Government to relax its secrecy restrictions on advanced electromagnetic science, out of his concern that new weapons of mass destruction may also be under development by nations hostile to the United States, weapons which could precipitate a Third World War. He will be presenting his Comprehensive Systems Cybernetics Program for global crisis solutions and the cause of global peace. In respect of his advanced age and marginal health we feel that his message needs to soon become widely known.

Joining him in hosting the conference will be Dr. Brian O'Leary, PhD Astronomy 1967, who was NASA's Mars Mission scientist/astronaut, the science and energy policy advisor to four US Presidential candidates, and who has become internationally known as an author and lecturer on advanced energy science and technologies, UFO's, the new physics of human consciousness (mechanisms of psychokinesis, etc.) and its connections to spiritual understanding. He will be offering a slide presentation including discussion of socalled "free energy" technologies only last year accepted for investigation by the DOE. He is the author of several books on consciousness, free energy, and psi phenomena, and is finishing work on his new book "Twelve Ways to Re-Inherit the Earth" with discussion of solutions to global warming including recommendation of widespread industrial hemp cultivation as part of an intelligent global forestry and agriculture policy.

Ms. Anne Fagan Ginger, a lawyer long active in the movement to abolish nuclear weapons and the global campaign for human rights, will discuss enforcement of the recent World Court opinion declaring nuclear weapons to be illegal, as well as her perspectives on the global crisis and solutions pertaining to violence and injustices against women around the world. As a lawyer, she won a civil liberties case in the U.S. Supreme Court after her testimony as an expert witness on international law that applies in the U.S. She is now teaching Peace Law and Human Rights at San Francisco State University and serves on the Peace and Justice Commission that administers the Nuclear Free Zone Ordinance in Berkeley. She is Executive Director of Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute, a center for peace law and human rights founded in 1965, answering queries of clients and lawyers and training interns to prepare reports on U.S. compliance with human rights treaties for submission to U.N. committees.

Ms. Cheryl Welsh, with Citizens Against Human Rights Abuse, will be discussing her work in documenting the stories of victims of advanced scalar electromagnetic warfare technology testing. She is a gradate student in government at California State University, Sacramento. She has BA degrees from UC Davis and California State University, Sacramento. She has been on CNN and The Learning Channel discussing this issue, to stop nonconsensual experimentation. Among her supporters are university professors and major human rights advocates from Human Rights Watch, Federation of American Scientists and she has written articles published in alternative press newspapers and magazines.

Stephen Kaplan, speaker and author, former university teacher with a Masters Degree in Government from Cornell University, served as legislative aide to Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin (one of the earliest pioneers in environmental legislation and the founder of Earth Day) will be discussing his work with the Hanford nuclear facility in Washington State in facilitating the deployment of new technologies to neutralize radioactive wastes as an alternative to the "Mobile Chernobyl" idea of shipping wastes from all over the country for burial at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. He is an expert in general public presentation of information relating to advanced energy technologies including latest proof of concept developments in Cold Fusion. Mr. Kaplan is coauthor with Dr. O'Leary of an extensive referenced summary article on new energy science available on his website:

Hemp expert Chris Conrad, will be discussing the need for drug policy reform to ameliorate crime, injustice, the expensive incarceration of cannabis offenders, and the need for a global scale revival of the USDA's 1941-45 Hemp for Victory program to heal the atmosphere. Mr. Conrad is the author of several books on the suppressed history and uses of hemp as well as the need for drug policy reform. He has been a "behind the scenes" leading figure in both the industrial hemp and medical marijuana movements in North America for almost two decades.

Former LAPD narcotics investigator Michael C. Ruppert, author of From The Wilderness newsletter, will be discussing his firsthand and investigative knowledge of 50 years of CIA complicity in smuggling hard drugs into our inner cities, with evidence of targeting African American populations, the recent CIA Inspector General's Report, Volume II, acknowledging such complicity in the 1970's, and his spiritual perspectives on solving drug crime problems.

Rev. Yusen Yamato, Buddhist Monk, Zen Shiatzu Meditation Practitoner, and initiator of the Global Peace Walk, will be discussing the spiritual reawakening necessary to guide humanity through these times of great change, emphasizing the "emptiness", or "zero-energy" that scientists are finding at the root of new physics. Rev. Yamato will have just returned from a trip to Japan carrying a special letter from San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown to further the establishment of a Global Peace2000 sister city program following the lead of the mayors of San Francisco and Berkeley in their proclamations of support.

Mark Comings, physicist/activist, will be discussing the Y2K-driven Global Sustainability Alliance and a new science of time with applications for harmonizing human consciousnes by globally deploying the thirteen moon natural calendar cycle as outlined by Jose Arguelles.

Thomas Takashi Tanemori, with the Silkworm Peace Institute, is a Hiroshima A-Bomb survivor. He will discuss his perspective on the history of Japanese relations with the West and implications of the nuclear tests by India and Pakistan. He came to America in 1956 as an embittered teenager, trying to contain his anger and seek revenge on the American people. He felt marooned by a dark and bitter past, and wrestled with the persistent ghosts of history, learning what it means to be a minority member in America. Then he experienced his own inner spiritual transformation and discovered the importance of healing the human heart by turning from revenge to forgiveness.

Barry "Plunker" Adams, American military veteran and Sociologist (BA University of Montana), one of the initiators of the annual Rainbow Family Gatherings that has continued the Peace and Love culture of the 1960's, will be discussing this tested social formula for a nonviolent society based on mutual affection and respect as it applies to all of humanity living in harmony as one family of life.

In organizing this conference, in respect of Dr. Wood's initiative, it has been with the original intention of formatting it to be of value as a CSPAN program and I hope you will agree that it could be one of the better programs available for you to offer the public and to stimulate the international media to evaluate these global crisis solutions.

Thank you very much,

David Crockett Williams
Global Emergency Alert Response: GEAR2000
David Crockett Williams 805-822-3309
20411 Steeple Court, Tehachapi CA 93561 USA
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