Lakota Tribe Embraces LENR

Standing Rock Press Release
“Once again, our grandmother, the Earth, has offered us, her children, the elements we need to survive. Will we listen.” Russell Means 1939-2012 Oglala Lakota activist and Co Founder of the American Indian Movement. These were the words spoken to Media Ecologist and Cold Fusion activist James Martinez in 2011 after Russell Mean’s discussions, support and endorsement of L.E.N.R. (low energy nuclear reactions) – Cold Fusion.
On November 2nd, 2015 Brillouin Energy Corporation held a public demonstration of L.E.N.R. in Washington D.C. to discuss the Brillouin boiler and its commercial development. In the fall of 2014 Standing Rock Sioux Tribe endorsed Cold Fusion and has gone on record to seek funding from the Department of Energy for the deployment of clean energy and energy efficient projects. Currently funding has also been requested from the Department of Agriculture as well as funding to contract scientists for the education and planning of this technology. On September 2, 2015 the Standing Rock Tribal Council approved the Charter for the Hunkpapa Development Corporation. Furthermore, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe endorsed the Vision 2030 decree with a priority on sustainable housing and L.E.N.R.
Additionally, The Tribe recently approved action to seek private funding as well as Federal and has proposed the commercialization of L.E.N.R. Education for schools K through 12. It shall be called Wi Waci -Sun Dance.
The second project will be a research and design low cost home with emphasis on a dome design and construction conducive to the components of the technology process. The project will be called Thi Yuktan. This housing plan has been approved for the use of the generator and the Standing Rock Water Control Board has approved a permit for the Brillouin boiler.
Technology has exceeded balance. It has created a toxic environment that is more harmful and damaging to human life. A human life is threatened after three to five days without water. Native People are keepers of Mother Earth. There is a limitless clean energy that we have a duty to create and develop and use for the people.
Wyang wi waci-the Sacred Sundance was prohibited for 60 years. Technology was kept secret for more than a 100 years by government policy. Wi Waci and green thermal energy must be endorsed. It must be funded, invested, developed and implemented. Our existing technology has taken it’s toll on Mother Earth. It’s time to protect her existence. Human survival depends on it. Phyllis Young-Co Founder-Women of All Nations