"We are curently airing the program 2-4 times a week. We have given it a regular time slot on Sunday mornings, where we play 2 episodes.
Throughout the week, we also play an episode or two in random timeslots to fill out our schedule. We have also made :30 promo videos that play several times a day alerting our viewers to when the show can be seen in it's regular timeslot, Sunday Mornings.
We very much enjoy the program and have had several positive responses from our viewers about it.
We appreciate you sending us the program and look forward to continuing to air it on our channels."
J.S, Executive Director, Minnesota TV.
"I can be counted as an enthusiast, when I first came across the motor, I viewed it with skepticism purely because of the fact that things that I learned at school were proven to be wrong here, almost. But I have very authentic reasons to believe that the technology is true and has the potential to effect the course of our world. It is said in no uncertain or romantic manner, the implications of this new technology if harnessed will change our world.
There are some very dedicated and honest people working hard day and night on this new technology, and it is absolutely heart warming and enlightening to see that they are not driven by profiteering alone. I wish more idealist and honest people scattered across all of the plant will come forward to recognize and promote their beautiful work.
Sure we will run across skeptics and non-believers, as I do when I read around for people's reactions to the motor, but a lot of this is fueled by the fact that the new technology contradicts known conventions. I would like to think that there is no malice involved if one wishes to oppose the principles of the motor, rather constructive criticism and a healthy debate is always welcome. Unfortunately there are those who are inconsiderate and are blind to the existence and development of alternative solutions. This attitude of non consideration is not limited to science alone, unfortunately this arrogance is found everywhere.
My initial concern was with the usage of the technology, as is quite evident it has far reaching consequences. The people behind the motor are doing everything they can to make the technology available for further development and also to develop it for good. I wish for all of us to be careful and ensure that we let the motor grow in public acceptance."
Shibashis Roy, Indian