27 January 1994
-- Magazine of the American Society of Mechanical
Dear GENI Friend,
The new year for GENI has started with a bang. .
. very credible technical exposure, strong financial
commitments, and a travel schedule that would make
As mentioned in last month's report, the
Mechanical Engineering magazine of the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers, (January 1994) has
a major feature about interconnecting electrical systems
around the world. The lead sentence acknowledges Buckminster
Fuller as the source of this discussion in 1969. What's
very important about this piece is that GENI is not
mentioned. There are interviews with experts that
we suggested they contact, and the entire story deals
with this technology. Yet, not giving GENI
means that the discussion and debate has now moved
far beyond our own limitations, and is becoming incorporated
by the industry!
With a commitment from Hong Kong, our Campaign
to Fund the Vision of GENI has just hit the $250,000
mark! This is outstanding in that we can fully launch
both the Computer
Simulation Model and the Documentary/Film
immediately. Your regular contributions have made
In this first quarter, GENI has major presentations
at the Society for Computer Simulation, the Power
Engineering Society of the Institute for Electrical
and Electronic Engineers, and the world conference
of the Society for International Development. The
opportunity to share our work before these highly
respected organizations says volumes about the acceptance
GENI is now receiving.
Thank you for making this possible.
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