LETTER ON THE 1998 INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON NEW ENERGY (INE-98)
By Toby Grotz
LETTER FROM TOBY GROTZ
I would like to thank you and your team for sponsoring the 1998 International Symposium on New Energy (INE-98). The symposium was very helpful in terms of providing provocative new ideas for research that I am engaged in. I like the University setting and was reminded of the Low Energy Nuclear Reactions Conference at Texas A&M (1995 & 1996).
I hope that we can continue and begin a new tradition of yearly meetings at the University of Utah. If dormitory rooms can be rented, a meal plan contracted, and blocks of rooms reserved at local hotels for those who may want additional conveniences, a quality meeting could be held on a yearly basis.
A call for papers should be issued immediately for next year's INE and the dates should be set by the middle of September.
As the millennium begins we will find ourselves closer to understanding new energy systems. I would like to propose a combined conference in the year 2000 that would include the International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF), The Aether Physics Conference, The Saint-Petersburg Fundamentals of Natural Sciences Conference, Infinite Energy Cold Fusion and New Energy Symposium.
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Oct. 25, 1998.