I would like to make a few remarks about the problems that might be included in a program of education regarding energy conservation.

Let me, before I start, define what I mean by energy conservation, because there are many interpretations. The meaning with which I will be using the words is the achievement of a task with equal or less cost than today, but using less energy. Things that do not satisfy this idea do not belong to the discussion that I will be having.

Now, there is no doubt that the problem of energy is extremely difficult and the discussions that are going on in our Congress reflect the fact. It's not simply as Dr. Belding says that Washington works in peculiar ways. It is that the representatives of our people have a very difficult problem. They receive all sorts of conflicting information and they have all sorts of...

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