Friday, March 23, 2012

Open COMMUNICATION to NSF Associate Inspector General Peggy Fischer - Notice of changed use of this LETTERS BLOG in accordance with change of use of NSFfunding as an NSF-approved New Organization

Dr. Peggy Fischer
NSF Associate Inspector General (Criminal Division)
NSF Office of Inspector General


Dear Dr. Fischer,

I write to give Notice of a change in the use my LETTERS BLOG.  

Over the past 2 1/2 years, I maintained the LETTERS BLOG as a complement to, or even an integral part of, NSFfunding.com's Website.  The information published online included my letters, U.S. patents, and journal publications, as well as Richard A. Posner's practice and economic models for networking bribe-taking by judges, agency executives, and others. The purpose was for the blog, through a reiterative process, to bring about the evolutionary stages of NSFfunding.com's Website to its final focus, which is to submit an NSF workshop proposal based on the synopsis requested by you, in the winter of 2001-02, of the Calvin cycle fraud case.

As of today, I have decided to make public online NSF's recognition, nearly 4 years ago on May 12, 2008, of NSFfunding.com as its "New Organization," to approve its Registration Request.  In view of the specialized mission of my founding this New Organization, which is to respond in an appropriate manner to your request, I have taken the necessary precaution not to abuse the privileges of addressing the serious question of the Calvin cycle.  To that extent the LETTERS BLOG has served a useful role in my seeking the correct focus to make use of NSFfunding.com as an authorized institution under the guidelines of the FastLane Administration.

Having now reached the point, where I honestly believe that the final focus has been obtained, I now introduce the Notices and Letters Webpage on NSFfunding.com's Website.  This new page follows immediately the Homepage on which is provided a synopsis of the contemplated proposal.  
My intention is to maintain the LETTERS BLOG, but have relegated it to a lesser, supplementary role, such as making announcements of upcoming events that are necessary, but not central to the main Website.

March 23, 2012 marks the first entry for the Notices and Letters Webpage, one concerning the "Curriculum change as to Calvin cycle," the author's letter in response to NSF Associate Inspector General Peggy Fischer's request of January 24, 2002 for a synopsis on the Calvin cycle as an NSF fraud case.

I shall look forward to your continuing cooperation and support in making NSFfunding.com a success.

Yours truly,
Francis K. Fong
Professor of Chemistry
Purdue University
Chief Science Officer
NSFfunding.com   




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