Mr. Eric H. Holder, Jr., Attorney General of the United States. I have an urgent message for you that will affect the future of our country and the rest of the world. First, let me thank you for the hard work you do fighting organized crime. That is an important service to our country and regional countries of South America.
With the inventions of indoor plumbing and water supplies, came the amazing benefits of modern technology: abundant clean water, washing machines, showers, etc. With the inventions of automobiles and other forms of transportations, came freedom to travel, haul farm goods, etc. The world is a much better place now with lots of electric tools and appliances. However, there is a tremendous need for energy to supply all of these conveniences.
Suddenly, there was an announcement on January of 2011, that three Italian scientists had finally unlocked the secrets of Cold Nuclear Fusion! With the Ni/H reaction system discovered by Francesco Piantelli, inventors Andrea Rossi and his partner Sergio Focardi improved the Ni/H reactor and now have a powerful energy system that just entered the commercial market. The “Energy Catalizer” (E-Cat), is a new safe and clean energy system that can produce enormous amounts of energy! This new energy system is real and has been validated by noted scientists around the world.
The politics of energy involve large, rich and powerful interests who can influence and control our elected leaders. They are beholden to their own stakeholders only and will do anything to stop the progress on the Energy Catalizer. Please Mr. Holder, ensure the open and fair exchange of getting a patent for the new technology and allowing production of Energy Catalizer in this country. The enemies of cold fusion are now working hard to dissuade the people and our leaders from allowing this new system into our country. As our United States Attorney General, you serve the people of this country- not the rich and powerful energy companies. Mr. Holder, we expect you to do your job and protect the public interests in the energy sector of this country.
John De Herrera