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Statement from Richard Rose
FAA Certified Structural DER (Designated Engineering Representative), MIT 1948
Writer of the Parametric Study of the CIP principle.

Tuesday, June 5, 2001

Having graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Engineering in 1948, and having over 53 years of engineering experience in structural analysis of aircraft, rockets and missiles, as both a consultant and as a Designated Engineering Representative (DER) in Structures, for the FAA, I feel obliged to make the following statement:

An earth-shaking (and EARTH-SAVING)  scientific breakthrough is with us:  Robert L. Cook's  Inertial Propulsion (CIP) engine, a true God-send.  In fact, it has been with us for 35 years, but "thanks" to the refusal of the scientific community to accept changes to their old ways (even though scientific demonstrations and laboratory tests had proved the CIP), people have been starving and the earth has become polluted almost to the point of no return.

This engine will be in every vehicle on earth, whether they are land vehicles (cars, trucks, buses, trains); water vehicles (ocean liners, cargo vessels, yachts, recreational boats, battleships, destroyers, aircraft carriers, submarines);  air vehicles (airliners, cargo  aircraft, pleasure aircraft, fighters, bombers, spy-planes); or space vehicles (satellites, missiles, space explorers).

Extremely low fuel consumption is the characteristic that makes the CIP indispensable:  In fact, fuel is needed primarily only when the CIP is accelerating up to its desired speed --in only a few seconds.  After that, a miniscule amount of fuel keeps it running at that desired speed and delivering
the desired thrust.  Good-bye to fossil fuel pollution and its off-shoots.

It would behoove investors to ignore their "big bucks profit;" rather, they should consider what would exist (or cease to exist) for them to spend their money on if the earth's "point of no return" becomes reality.

Respectfully submitted,

Richard J. Rose


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