Willis Hawkins, and Dan Brewer, who wrote the definitive book on Hydrogen Aircraft Technology, providing expert advice. The result was the Matsunaga Hydrogen Act. One major reason I was sent to Congress was that many of us in the '70's realized that Hawaii was so dependent on the tourist industry, that we just had to find a replacement for conventional airliners. While this legislation resulted in the $2 billion National Aerospace Plane, nothing much has happened since our original success in 1980's.
President Dwight Eisenhower, as you know, in his final speech in 1961,warned us of this danger.
Next: my most productive years as Director of Hawaii Natural Energy Institute and Vice President of Research for the Pacific International Center for High Technology Research.
In case you were wondering, Hurricane Amanda is a hurricane no more.