November 30, 1993
Mission Earth Task Force of the Society for Computer
Dear GENI Friend,
allowed us to move into new and critical spheres of
influence this past month. While it is impossible
to attend all the events and conferences that GENI
will impact, showing up at a select few helps us make
Many members of the Clinton Administration convened
with major Silicon Valley corporations in San Francisco,
the event was billed as the
Summit. We established relationships with some
very top officials and are now seeking thier partnership
in the GENI
Two people of note: Dr. John Gibbons is Director
of the Office of Science and Technology Policy for
President Clinton. His deputy co-authored the recent
Energy, stating both the planet's renewable
abundance and our current ability to interconnect
those sources just as Buckminster Fuller had projected!
I also had lunch with the Director of Lawrence Livermore
Laboratory, who expressed great interest in the GENI
model. He stated that many of the national labs are
now looking for civilian projects to fill the post
Cold War void as weapons programs are losing necessity
We then presented GENI before the Mission
Earth Task Force of the Society for Computer Simulation.
We enrolled several new specialists to help with the
simulation model, and received the endorsement
of Mission Earth to both encourage and assist in the
Your ccommitment makes these results possible. Thank
you for helping us connect the world.
Keywords: San Francisco Technology
Summit, Mission Earth Task Force of the Society for
Computer Simulation,sustainable development, global
energy network institute, international electricity
transmission, grid, power, environmental educational
programs, peace, zero population growth, stabilization.
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