March 18, 2000

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With the recent publicity we have been given, our fund raising has improved enough that we have begun two large, ambitious projects in earthquake prevention. One is aimed at preventing small earthquakes caused by gaseous pressures which build up in fault zones.

By drilling a much shallower well than Professor Gold, we hope to relieve pressure along the Whoos fault in the Rudhee Valley. The picture at the left shows one of the Gas Equalization and Evacuation Kettle units in place.

We are looking for qualified scientists to measure the rate of seepage through the fault zone near the area affected by the kettle and in areas not coupled to the kettle.

Further, there is an unusual formulation in the gas that we are pumping, containing more radon and less ethane than expected.

We will report more as our field scientist finalize the data.

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