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By Shiuji Inomata

From: NEN, Vol. 6, No. 10, July 1999, p. 19.
New Energy News (NEN) copyright 1999 by Fusion Information Center, Inc.
COPYING NOT ALLOWED without written permission.

The Committee for the Industrial Application of Ki-Energy

(President, Japan Psychotronics Inst., Niigata, Japan)

Japan Technology Transfer Association (JTTAS), which is a non-profit organization under the wing of Japan's MITI (Ministry of International Trade and Industry), has set up the Committee for the Industrial Application of Ki-Energy. The Chairman of the committee is Dr. S. Inomata, JPI President, and former MITI scientist.

The purpose of the committee says that energy policies have been stalemated, because of the environmental and global warming problems. But by the presentations and discussions at the 1st and 2nd Int. Symposium on Consciousness, New Medicine and New Energy, 1996 and 1998 in Tokyo, the existence and the applicability of clean and limitless energy which has not been considered within the framework of conventional physics has become clear. This energy could be called "Ki-Energy" from the standpoint of Eastern philosophy, and its existence has become evident from the reorganization of the conventional physics.

In view of these situations, this committee is to propagate the "New Paradigm Science" theories which can explain this new energy process and the R&D information about N-Machine and other Over-Unity energy devices to industry personnel and to MITI bureaucrats.

JTTAS is also to organize a symposium for industries and science-technology community. JTTAS is located in Akasaka, Tokyo. The secretary is Mr. T. Takamori. Tel. (03) 5573-2701 Fax (03) 5573-2722.

Dr. Brian O'Leary, Hawaii, USA, and Dr. Beverly Rubik, San Francisco, USA, are the overseas advisory members of this committee. (From JPI NEWS, April 1999)

For the Ki-Energy, refer to S. Inomata, "Science of Consciousness and New Scientific World-View - We are in the midst of the 2nd Copernican Revolution," J. New Energy, vol 2, no 3/4, 1997.

[Note: MITI is the organization that sponsored Japan's work on "New-Hydrogen Energy."]

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