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The next Spaceplane Design Workshop

13 November, 1pm
592 Victoria Street, Hamilton
$40 in advance, or $50 at the door

telephone 07-834-1093

Please DO come, or recommend a friend!

_____________________

BIGGER NEWS --

I am proud to announce the formation in process of New Zealand's first
two (2) Rocket (Space) enterprises.

The first startup will be a rocket engine test and manufacturing
business -- it's interim name is the New Zealand Rocket Company*. I'm
negotiating now with my first potential partner in the business,
ultralight builder/pilot Jim Wafer. TV producer Brian Portland has
agreed to be my publicity agent.

The second venture is tentatively named "The Millennium Cup" -- which
will be an annual rocketplane (spaceplane) race, a World Competition.
My wish is to site it at Hamilton International Airport, beginning
with the first race in January, 2001.

We plan to have a formal announcement out in the next week or so,
along with a series of appearances on TV and Radio.

If you wish to be placed on my active mailing list for the Rocket
company and related activities, please send me a request.

for Our Sacred Earth & Sun,


Millennium Twain

space/plasma physicist,
author of "The Undiscovered Physics",
father of the US/Intl Space Station Program,
discoverer of the standing lightwave electron,
whistle-blower on the US Military B2 Spaceplane Fleet,
discoverer of the superluminal lightwave protron structure

[http://www.freespeech.org/rapture/FTL]

* An NZ-Web-Wide competition will be held to determine the name of our
new rocket company. I look forward to your ideas ...

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