Originally posted on OpEd News
I don’t know if it is within OpEd News guidelines to propose solutions to problems AND then ask for help in funding the proposed solutions. If I am in violation, I would both apologize, and then remove this post at Rob Kall’s request.
We are looking for someone with experience writing requests for funds, both public and private.
We are looking to get money to fund our documentary project and our green energy "Sky Train" monorail. We wish to expose judicial corruption and offer solutions to it while interviewing Congress members and US Senators in DC as part of our documentary project. [click here] for a video that is a “very rough” draft of what would be an installment of our documentary series, “In the Interests of Justice”.
We are also looking for someone to write requests for funds, both public and private, to get our version of "Sky Train" from the model stage to reality. We were able to secure a $100,000 grant ourselves to have a model built. That scale model is in storage in Florida. We need to build a scale model of a substation to show that project's true potential.
The monorail train can run along existing rail lines and highway in any country, work as national emergency evacuation, public transit, and as a way to help reduce congestion on highways by having stations near large, cheap, parking areas. The technology is green and can even generate power with the solar panels that run with the monorail track to bolster the grid, and when there is not enough power to run the train with the sun, the existing power grid can be used, as well as any other means of generating power in substations. The substations can also have a dual purpose as being back up electrical power during national emergencies.
The offer is 1/10 of a percent just to write the documents for us to use. More compensation is possible if you have the connections, or ability to make them, to get us to the table. We are after $1,000,000 grants, various amounts larger than that, and a 3 billion dollar green energy grant. Do the math ...
Serious inquiries only.
Steven G. Erickson is a freelance cameraman, blogger, photographer, documentary producer, screenwriter, sometimes journalist, and can and will travel anywhere if the terms are right. His objective is to reform America's courts, creating a "People's (more...)