David Chu and Aides, U.S. Department of Energy
Dr. Mongi Hamdi, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
Obijiofor Aginam, United Nations University
Ingvar Birgir Fridleifsson, U. N. University Geothermal Training Programme
-, Australia Energy Security Council Secretariat
-, Belgian Federal Science Policy Office
-, Canadian National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy
--, Academy of Science and Technology of the People´s Republic of China
-, Ghana- Ministry of Information
-, India- Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
-, Japan- Science Council
-, Russia- Federal Service for Supervision in Education and Science
-, Singapore- Prime Minister
-, South Africa
-, United Arab Emirates- Prime Minister
-, United Kingdom- Department of Energy and Climate Change
Department of Public Work, Indonesia- Department of Public Work
Federal Ministries, Nigeria- Ministry of Science and Technology
President Abdullah Gil, Turkey- The Scientific and Technical Research Council
-, Ethiopia- Embassy to the U.S. (connect to nation)
Republic of Mexico, Mexico Congress
President of the United States
California State Senate
California State House
U.S. House of Representatives
Cold Fusion atomic energy has been ignored and pushed aside in discussions/ presentations about alternative energy for too long. Advantages include little/no radioactive decay matter, and extremely high energy output. As an example, 1 or 2 future generation generators themselves could power a metropolis city the size of Los Angeles, California for a month on one small supply of common inexpensive...
Cold Fusion atomic energy has been ignored and pushed aside in discussions/ presentations about alternative energy for too long. Advantages include little/no radioactive decay matter, and extremely high energy output. As an example, 1 or 2 future generation generators themselves could power a metropolis city the size of Los Angeles, California for a month on one small supply of common inexpensive elements. Current energy generation comes from more than 5-sources. World leaders in nations/unions such as Japan, The United States of America, Russia, South Africa, The European Union, and so on have the ability and power to fully engage in the building mass energy production plants now. (Different-common) "Nuclear fission power plants/ weapons are dangerous." "I'm talking about "LENR" or the more well known name called "cold fusion technology"
This is among the safest, cleanest, and most powerful energy resources that has been proven to be as or more productive than coal, and nuclear fission; which is more commonly known. Other technologies based on science fiction stories like the various Star Trek television series from the 1960's through recent series, offer multiple ideas that need to be officially explored further. Use of this energy source has the potential of replacing oil, coal, and natural gas use worldwide. The nation that does this first would likely reduce foreign dependence by 100%, and retain all funds used towards purchasing foreign energy resources.
An accommodating resource of energy using a smaller cold fusion engine can also power vehicles of all sizes. - World leaders need to endorse this safer alternative too-
Make them listen and act for the people, not the corporate billionaires that support reliance on fossil fuels!