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brian carroll on Fri, 7 Sep 2001 17:22:25 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime> Public review of US Energy Policy



Secretary of Energy, Spencer Abraham,

I would like to participate in the direct public review and public 
debate of our nation's energy policy. My intentions for doing so are 
not partisan in nature, but from an educational, research-oriented 
perspective, in which I find several key issues in the US Energy 
Policy going unacknowledged in the United States National Energy Plan.

I would like to know how I can participate in this public process as 
a citizen, and as an expert in the role of electromagnetism in our 
economic, social, and political culture.

My intention are to have the Public Policy the Department of Energy 
is proposing for our human future benefit human beings, firstly, to 
ensure it protects our democratic freedoms by offering a stable, 
secure, and innovative evolution of a system which has remained 
virtually unchanged in its basic structure for 100 years now. This is 
a public letter which is being sent to several e-mail lists. Thus, 
your reply will also be made available.

I would like to know how I can participate in this public process and 
offer my public, human perspective on what are essential issues for 
the future of energy policy, and its impacts upon our democratic 
culture. Thus, a public dialogue with the Energy Planning Task Force 
would help clarify several undocumented issues in the nation's plan.

Your prompt reply is much appreciated.

Sincerely,

Brian Thomas Carroll

human {AT} electronetwork.org
electromagnetic researcher
http://www.electronetwork.org/
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