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By Patrick Bailey, President of the INE

From: NEN, Vol. 6, No. 4, Aug. 1998, p. 2.
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By Patrick Bailey, President of the INE and Hal Fox, Editor of NEN

The Officers, Board Members, and staff of the INE and FIC welcome all of the participants to the first INE Symposium! The INE is proud and pleased to present this symposium, and will have all of the formal papers presented documented in a Proceedings of this symposium, which will be published in the next issue of the Journal of New Energy, and mailed to attendees.

Since its birth in 1993, the INE has always been very supportive of other organizations and conferences that have been interested in new forms of energy conversion, advanced physics, and the politics that seems to slow the progress of the emergence of these new sciences into the open and public sectors. We applaud the past efforts of the International Association of New Science (IANS) who, with INE member's assistance, sponsored four International Symposiums on New Energy (the 1993-1997 ISNE's), whose proceedings are still available. As the IANS terminated its activities in early 1998, the INE is now taking the lead in researching and reporting on all new advances in these fields, and in promoting the conferences to present and publish the theories, results, and repeatable data that are emerging in these advanced fields.

The INE will also continue to work closely with other international organizations that are interested in these areas, such as the Advanced Energy Network in South Africa, Antigravity News and Space Drive Technology in Georgia, Cycles in Australia, KeelyNet in Texas, the Planetary Association for Clean Energy (PACE) in Canada, and many other groups and publications within the US, Germany, and Japan. Address and contacts for these and other groups can be found in the NEN and in the INE Website.

Let us work together: ask, seek, find, and achieve great goals!

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Sep. 8, 1998.