TESTING OVER-UNITY DEVICES IN GERMANY
Letter From Germany, May 11, 1996
A two-hour discussion with a high ranking official and his group in Dusseldorf (the capital of the state Northrhine-Westfalia. which is, with some 17 million inhabitants, the largest state of Germany) has recently brought the following good result:
The State Ministry of Economic Affairs, Technology and Transport in Dusseldorf is willing to support activities in which an over-unity device (or perhaps two or more) is tested by specialists at a Northrhine-Westfalian university or research institute.
A positive test result will be a breakthrough in matters of "New Energy" in Germany and a tremendous support of the device tested successfully (great publicity etc.). A negative test result would be disastrous in many respects. For these reasons, the test has to be planned and carried out very carefully.
We plan to coordinate and accompany these testing activities in Northrhine-Westfalia, (and perhaps also in other States which might provide similar support of the "New Energy" field).
Please let us know soon whether you could supply one or more devices for testing. If yes, please give detailed information which may help us in planning and carrying out successfully the intended tests. A negative test result would be a great problem as you can imagine.
Below we specify a few points which may help us in Germany to test your device successfully and to support thereby this device in particular and Space Energy Technology (SET) in general.
1. We believe that it is absolutely necessary that you provide as much information about a proper test of your device as available. This may mean, for example:
The leaders of the test group and we as coordinators are instructed in detail (preferably in your laboratory) before the testing in Germany begins.
We receive results of previous tests, a brief description of the testing procedures used, the name and address of the testing person or group; in case that differences in test results may be due to differences between or among versions of the device tested, it would be helpful to receive from you information about such differences.
2. If there are video cassettes of your device, please send us soon some copies: two in the American system (NTSC), some 6 or more in the European/German PAL format if available.
3. We receive from you the patent documents in full length.
4. Please, state your financial and legal conditions clearly, in a detailed manner.
5. We are sure that the German test team(s) insist(s) on an agreement with you to publish the test results (with or without prior statistical analysis of the data).
We look forward to your prompt reply.
Prof. Dr. Josef Gruber Chair of Statistics and Econometrics Dept. of Economics Univ. of Hagen
Diplomat W. Bahmann European Secretariat of PACE and International Committee of INE
(Portion of a letter sent to Prof. Gruber) Although we will be pleased to help, the following message should be shared with German scientists:
We wonder why the renowned scientists of Germany are so embroiled in outdated scientific models that they have ignored the vigorous developments in cold nuclear fusion and other enhanced energy technologies. If they are too busy protecting outmoded theories, why should scientists in other countries be concerned about their intellectual welfare? Japan does not have this problem and the so-called "new-hydrogen energy" (cold fusion by another name) is now being commercialized in Japan as well as in the U.S. From few to none German scientists have attended the previous five International Conferences on Cold Fusion. Have German scientists let Nature magazine and Douglas R.O. Morrison do their thinking for them?
Hal Fox, President Fusion Information Center
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