"To this day, people in Chicago are still scared about being murdered for talking about Barack Obama being gay or about what goes on at Trinity United with the still-active "Down Low Club". Young, gay, black men are mentored into the club and are eventually paired up with often unattractive and difficult to deal with straight black women who never have boyfriends (since guys don't want to have anything to do with them). A friend of mine in the "Think Squad" of prominent black professionals I talk to regularly calls these women "heifers" and says it's very common for "cake boys" to be paired up with "heifers" so that "dummies are fooled" into thinking they are straight."
McConnell claims that after the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in June 1992, Serco showed Gorelick and his sister Kristine 'Con Air' Marcy at the Department of Justice how to kill people – for example how to kill 80 victims at the Branch Davidian Compound in Waco TX in April 1993 or 230 victims on TWA Flight 800, the Boeing 747 blown up off the coast of Long Island in July 1996 – who violate what CDP investors deem to be the safe limit for CO2 concentrations and have to be killed to prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system.
McConnell claims Serco investors launched the Carbon Disclosure Project in December 2000 at 10 Downing Street and hired Ms. Gorelick as a UTC director to hide the Down Low demolition teams and Kaya kill chips within UTC/Otis Building & Industrial Systems and give Serco remote control of hijacked planes and the Twin Towers elevator, escalator, fire safety, security, building automation, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems for Snuff Film 9/11.
McConnell claims former Serco CEO Chris Hyman set up a 47th Floor war room in WTC#1 on 9/11 so that Serco’s CDP investors could coordinate the Down Low team’s use of the Kaya Kill chips – a technology integration of real-time, safety-critical distributed systems for defense and aerospace applications – to monitor CO2 hot spots in both the Twin Towers and the hijacked planes and synchronize the explosions to maximize claims for victim property and life insurance.
McConnell claims that the Teachers (TIAA-CREF) pension fund – a major Serco investor with HSBC and their co-investors in the $92 trillion Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) – paid Barack Obama and David Archer at the University of Chicago to develop Kaya on-line calculator trigger chips for automated killings of CO2 violators including selected passengers on MH Flight 370.
McConnell alleges that the Teachers and HSBC funded Serco's Bob Coulling and Gary Butcher to set up the Airbus telemetry and command station at Oakhanger in the U.K. so that Freescale's Chinese employees on MH Flight 370 could be flown to a Diego Garcia rendition center for the production of Kaya snuff films needed to extort concessions from China's government leaders.
McConnell alleges that in her March visit to Beijing, Michelle Obama extorted President Xi Jinping into an agreement to cut China's carbon emissions after showing him snuff films of the murders of the Freescale designers of the Kaya Kill chip for planes, boats, trains and buildings.
McConnell attributes the collapsing Serco share price and the resignation announcement of chairman Alastair Lyons to Abel Danger's research into Down Low Demolition teams and Serco's CDP Kaya Kill Chips all of which were integral elements of Civil Case 1:08-1600 (RMC) – a lawsuit capable of exposing how 9/11 was accomplished and by whom.
McConnell invites uncompromised individuals in the entities below to investigate Serco's Airbus Telemetry and Command Station Manager at Oakhanger, Gary Butcher, and the 32-year veteran PFI manager Bob Coulling for the tradecraft needed to conceal the 9/11 attack, especially in electronic warfare, tagging, asset recovery and paedophile image analysis for MOD, GCHQ, CESG, Police, Home Office, Serious Organised Crime Agency, Ministry of Justice and Customs and Revenue and Immigration Service.
Prequel 1: #2178: Marine Links Twin Towers Down Low Club To Freescale Carbon Disclosure Chips, Serco Fabian License to Kill
Prequel 2: Media Release: Serco recognised as a leader in climate change reporting
Down Low Demolition
Down Low Penatgon 1972
Note that former Serco CEO is in a Gorelick UTC war room on 47th Floor of WTC#1 with access to Kaya Kill Chips
"Elevator mechanics left
On Sept. 11, ACE Elevator of Palisades Park, N.J., had 80 elevator mechanics inside the World Trade Center.
Following the Port Authority's emergency plan, after the first jet hit the north tower, elevator mechanics from both towers reported to the fire safety desk in the south tower lobby for instructions from police or firefighters. About 60 mechanics had arrived in the south tower lobby and others were in radio contact when the second jet struck that building.
"We were standing there trying to count heads when the second plane hit (the south tower)," said Peter Niederau, ACE Elevator's supervisor of the modernization project. "Parts of the lobby and glass were coming down around us, so we all got out of the lobby as fast as we could."
They left in different directions. Some went through the underground shopping mall. Others went out onto Liberty Street. Had they stayed, they would have been about 30 yards from the two express elevators where firefighters tried unsuccessfully to save people. Another mechanic was in the north tower's 78th floor elevator lobby — where Savas and other people were trapped — when the first jet hit. The mechanic was knocked across the lobby, then evacuated safely, the ACE Elevator supervisors say.
"(We) went out to the street to assess the damage and come back in as needed," says James O'Neill, ACE Elevator's supervisor of maintenance. The plan was to return to the building later in the day to help with rescues. The strategy had worked after the 1993 terrorist bombing, when many of the same mechanics — working for Otis Elevator, which had the contract then — were hailed as heroes.
On Sept. 11, the mechanics left on their own, without instructions from police or fire officials. ACE Elevator supervisors say this was consistent with the emergency plan. All the mechanics survived. "We had a procedure. We had a procedure to follow, and they (the mechanics) followed it," Niederau says.
But the Port Authority says the emergency plan called for mechanics to stay and help with rescues. "The manuals consider many emergency scenarios and describe the role of the mechanics in detail in responding to them," Port Authority spokesman Allen Morrison says. "There was no situation in which the mechanics were advised or instructed to leave on their own. They were, depending on the situation, to be dispatched to various emergency posts or to respond to various passenger entrapments and to assist police, fire and other rescue personnel."
About 9:45 a.m., from the south tower lobby, Port Authority elevator manager Joseph Amatuccio radioed the ACE Elevator supervisors on their private radio channel. O'Neill recalls him asking: "Can you mobilize to come inside and see what's going on? Because I'm here with the fire department, and they're asking me questions I don't know."
O'Neill radioed John Menville, an ACE Elevator supervisor trained in rescues, and both tried to get back in the building. The supervisors had special ID badges with red stripes that allowed them behind police lines. The badges had been issued after the 1993 bombing. As Menville approached, the south tower collapsed. Amatuccio and his colleagues were killed. Bobbitt and other firefighters began evacuating the soon-to-collapse north tower.
The elevator rescue effort was over."
"UTC Building & Industrial Systems is the world's largest provider of building technologies. Its [Otis] elevator, escalator, fire safety, security, building automation, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems and services promote integrated, high performance buildings that are safer, smarter and sustainable. UTC Building & Industrial Systems is a unit of United Technologies Corp., a leading provider to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide."
"Ms. Gorelick has been a Partner at the international law firm of WilmerHale since 2003. She represents companies on regulatory, compliance, governance and enforcement issues. She has held numerous positions in the U.S. government, serving as Deputy Attorney General of the United States, General Counsel of the Department of Defense, Assistant to the Secretary of Energy, and as a member of the bipartisan National Commission on Terrorist Threats Upon the United States. Ms. Gorelick is currently a member of the Defense Policy Board and the Defense Legal Policy Board. She is Vice Chair of The Urban Institute. Ms. Gorelick is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission. She has been a member of the Board of Directors of Amazon.com, Inc. since 2012, where she chairs the Nominating and Governance Committee. Ms. Gorelick previously served as a director of Schlumberger, Ltd. from 2002 to 2010. Ms. Gorelick is 63 and has been a UTC director since 2000."
"THE POWER TO DESTROY
IS JAMIE GORELICK IN ON IRS SCANDAL, TOO? Exclusive: Jack Cashill notes 'Mistress of Disaster' is vice chairwoman of Urban Institute
Published: 02/12/2014 at 7:41 PM
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Just when I think I am beyond the reach of shock, I come across some new revelation that makes my head rotate.
Disturbing enough was WND’s breakthrough discovery that the liberal, Soros-funded Urban Institute has an officially sanctioned role in the vetting of nonprofits that seek tax-exempt status through the IRS.
Almost equally disturbing is the revelation that the vice chairwoman of the Urban Institute Board of Trustees is none other than Jamie Gorelick. How does this lady manage it?
In her most recent public outing, Gorelick represented BP in the Gulf oil mess – not the first disaster with which the 58-year-old Gorelick has been involved.
Indeed, bloggers have taken to calling Jamie Gorelick “The Mistress of Disaster” and with good reason. Now, she can add an IRS scandal notch to her multi-notched belt.
In 1993, as deputy attorney general under President Clinton, Gorelick served as "field commander" for the horrific government assault on a religious community in Waco, Texas, that left more than 80 dead, 20 of them children.
In 1995, she went on to pen the infamous “wall” memo that prevented intelligence agencies from sharing information in the run-up to September 11.
At the time, a dismayed FBI investigator wrote a memo to headquarters that included the sentence, “Whatever has happened to this – someday someone will die – and wall or not – the public will not understand why we were not more effective. …”
In 1996 Gorelick stepped up her game, taking a lead role in the investigation of the TWA Flight 800 disaster. This was the 747 that inexplicably blew up off the coast of Long Island in July 1996 killing 230 people.
As deputy attorney general serving under a feckless Janet Reno, Gorelick’s assignment was to rein in the FBI. This had become increasingly necessary.
Although putting a “bomb” spin on his leaks to the New York Times, Jim Kallstrom, who headed up the FBI investigation, had spent the first five weeks after the crash pursuing the truth.
At that juncture, five weeks into the investigation, even if Gorelick knew no more than what she read in the Times, she would have known that explosive residue had been found all over the plane and that the possibility of a mechanical failure was more “remote” than ever.
Gorelick surely knew much more, specifically that the FBI had already interviewed more than 700 eyewitnesses. At least 244 of these people provided highly specific accounts of a missile strike on the aircraft.
On Aug. 22, 1996, Gorelick summoned Kallstrom to Washington and served up a dose of political reality. To be sure, no account of the Aug. 22 meeting provides any more than routine detail, but behaviors began to change immediately afterward.
The FBI had already leaked to the New York Times information that would result in a headline on Aug. 23, top right: “Prime Evidence Found That Device Exploded in Cabin of Flight 800.”
This article stole the thunder from Clinton’s election-driven approval of welfare reform in that same day’s paper and threatened to undermine the peace and prosperity message of the next week’s Democratic National Convention.
What followed in the next several weeks was the most ambitious and successful cover-up in American peacetime history.
At its center was Gorelick. With the help of a complicit media, she and her cronies transformed a transparent missile strike into a mechanical failure of unknown origin.
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Given her role, the months after the crash had to have been emotionally harrowing. In May 1997, the Clintons appear to have rewarded Gorelick for her steely performance with a job that would pay her $877,573 in that first half-year alone.
According to a Lexis search, not one reporter even questioned why a middling bureaucrat with no financial or housing experience would be handed a sinecure that the Washington Monthly called “the equivalent of winning the lottery,” the vice chairmanship of Fannie Mae.
One does not have to be a cynic to suspect that a grateful Clinton had something to do with it.
Six years and an incredible $25.6 million later, having done her share to wreck the American economy, Gorelick responded to the call of duty once more and took just one of five Democratic seats on the 9/11 Commission.
In testifying before that commission, anti-terror czar Richard Clarke asked that intelligence analysts “be forgiven for not thinking about [aviation terror] given the fact that they hadn’t seen a lot in the five or six years intervening about it.”
Almost assuredly, Clarke had downplayed talk of aviation terror during those years to take Flight 800 off the table. Almost assuredly, Gorelick took the 9/11 post to keep it off. Now, Gorelick finds herself once again as the vice chairwoman of an organization at the center of a major controversy. Time will tell what role the Urban Institute has played, but Gorelick's presence offers no assurance that it was a benign one.
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Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/02/is-jamie-gorelick-in-on-irs-scandal-too/#6oHco6OphzwLvSrV.99"
"By Chris Blackhurst Saturday, 01 December 2007
The MT Interview: Chris Hyman
Resolutely fit, abstemious, religious, the CEO of service-supply firm Serco - 4th in our Most Admired Companies list - is an unusual businessperson in an unfashionable sector. Surviving 9/11 reinforced his belief in 'people first, profits second'. Just don't call it outsourcing. ....
On 11 September 2001, he was in the World Trade Center. He was on the 47th floor when the plane hit, talking to Serco shareholders [Teachers in the offices of Adjusters International]. They got out - but not the people in his previous meeting [Windows on the World – Risk Waters Group]. He does not like talking about that terrible day. 'It confirmed my faith. It renewed my zest for getting the balance right and made me realise that time is not always your own. It made me think about my family and my health more - and about putting the balance back. You know, it's not a bad thing, to step back sometimes.'
At Serco, he worked closely with Richard White, the previous executive chairman, then his successor, Kevin Beeston. Since September 2007, Beeston has moved to become non-executive chairman, leaving Hyman as CEO.
It's a role he clearly loves. He talks about Serco with almost evangelical zeal. It is, let's face it, a firm that most of us have never heard of, doing work in the decidedly unfashionable area of public-sector outsourcing.
He shakes his head. 'It used to be called outsourcing but we've moved on so much. Now we talk a new language, about partnerships, of making things better, of delivery.' Serco, he maintains, is discerning about what it does. 'We don't want to be in every market. Only the ones where we can make a difference.'"
"Serco recognised for its approach in climate change reporting Posted by: Sarah OBeirne in Announcements, Companies, Environment, Facilities Management, News October 24, 2014 219 Views
Serco has been praised by not-for-profit organisation CDP, for its approach to the disclosure of climate change information.
For the fifth year running, Serco is featured in CDP’s ‘Climate Disclosure Leadership Index’ and sits in the top 10 per cent of FTSE 350 organisations.
CDP represents 767 institutional investors with more than US$92 trillion in assets, and the index highlights companies providing a high level of transparency in their disclosure of climate-related information to investors and the global marketplace.
It provides an evaluation tool for institutional investors and other stakeholders, and is based on analysis of greenhouse gas emissions, emissions reduction targets and the risks and opportunities associated with climate change.
Robert Smith, Serco’s director of business compliance and ethics, said:
"Serco takes climate change reporting extremely seriously and I am very pleased that we are recognised in the top 10 per cent of FTSE 350 organisations in the CDP’s Climate Disclosure Leadership Index. It is extremely important to us that we are transparent in our climate change disclosure so that stakeholders can see that we are continually managing our environmental performance."
Paul Simpson, chief executive officer of CDP, commented:
"Global greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise and we face steep financial risk if we do not mitigate them. The need for data on corporate climate change impacts and strategies to reduce them has never been greater. For this reason we congratulate those businesses that have achieved a position on CDP’s Climate Disclosure Leadership Index. These companies are responding to the ever-growing demand for environmental accountability and should inspire others to follow suit.”
The FTSE 350 report including names of companies featured in the Climate Disclosure Leadership Index can be found at www.cdproject.net”
"Bin Laden addresses climate change [Serco and Bin Laden share same CO2 goals!]
In an unauthenticated tape, a voice purported to be that of Osama bin Laden's expresses concern over climate change. Last Modified: 01 Oct 2010 21:11 GMT Osama bin Laden, the leader of the al-Qaeda network, has expressed concern about global climate change and the recent flooding in Pakistan, in an audiotape posted on the internet, which would be his first public remarks in six months, a monitoring group has said.
"The number of victims caused by climate change is very big... bigger than the victims of wars," said the voice, whose authenticity could not be immediately verified and was made available by SITE Intelligence Group, which released the recording on Friday.
The tape would be the first time Bin Laden has spoken publicly since March 25.
It was not clear when the tape was made, but Bin Laden congratulated Muslims on the holy fasting month of Ramadan which ended on September 10.
"The catastrophe [in Pakistan] is very big and it is difficult to describe it," he said.
Bin Laden made a series of recommendations to deal with climate change, namely preventive measures that he said should be taken by governments in the face of disasters.
"Providing tents, food and medicine is a duty... but the disasters [facing many Muslim countries] are much bigger than what is being offered. "Action should not be confined to providing emergency aid... but to set up a capable relief task force that has the knowledge and experience needed" to meet the challenges.
One of them, Bin Laden said, is "setting up studies of urban areas that lie by rivers and valleys in the Muslim world," pointing to floods that hit the Saudi city of Jeddah earlier this year.
He also called for a review of security guidelines concerning dams and bridges in Muslim nations and said more should be done to invest in agriculture to guarantee food security for all.
"Investment in agriculture needs a lot of efforts and yields small gains. The issue today is not about gains or losses, but about life or death."
In one of two tapes issued in January, Bin Laden blamed major industrial nations for climate change, a statement the US state department said showed that he was struggling to stay relevant.
In his most recent remarks, he warned that Al-Qaeda would kill Americans if the alleged mastermind of the 2001 attacks on the United States, Khaled Sheikh Mohammed, was executed.
Plans to send Mohammed to trial just steps away from his alleged crime scene in New York had to be put on hold after a furious public backlash over potential costs and security threats.
In another statement in January, Bin Laden claimed responsibility for the botched Christmas Day bombing attempt of a US airliner, vowing further strikes on American targets.
Bin Laden also referred to US support for Israel in the January message. "God willing, our attacks against you will continue as long as you maintain your support to Israel," he said.
Bin Laden's whereabouts are unknown, but in August, General David Petraeus, the US commander in Afghanistan, said bin Laden is "far buried" in the remote mountains between Afghanistan and Pakistan and that capturing him remains a key task."
"The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change(UNFCCC) is an international environmental treaty (currently the only international climate policy venue with broad legitimacy, due in part to its virtually universal membership) negotiated at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), informally known as the Earth Summit, held in Rio de Janeiro from 3 to 14 June 1992. The objective of the treaty is to "stabilize greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system".”
"Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a nonflammable, colorless, odorless, slightly acid gas. It is approximately one and one-half times heavier than air. One volume of CO2 will dissolve in approximately one volume of water at atmospheric pressure and 15°C. In high concentrations it has an acid taste. CO2 is shipped in I.C.C. Approved, high pressure steel cylinders as a liquid under its own vapor pressure at approximately 830 p.s.i.g. At 70°F. It has a molecular weight of 44.01, a density of 0.1146 lb./ft3 at 70°F and 1 atm., a sublimation point at 1 atm of - 109.3°F (-78.5°C), a triple point at 5.11 atm of -69.9°F (-56.6°C), and a specific gravity of 1.5289 (air = 1.0). Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), CAS number 124-38-9 Rev. September 1, 1993.
The following is a list of terms and definitions related to different concentration levels of carbon dioxide and its effect on humans:
• The Threshold Limit Value, ( TLV ) , of 0.5% (5,000 ppm) is the maximum continuous CO2 human exposure limit for an eight (8) hour period of time.
• The Time Weighted Average, ( TWA )1, for an eight (8) hour period is 0.5% (5,000 ppm).
• The Short-Term Exposure Limit, ( STEL ), level is 3.0% (30,000 ppm). < 15 minutes
• The Acceptable Concentration Ceiling, ( ACC ), level is 3.0% (30,000 ppm). < 15 minutes
• The Imminent Danger to Life and Health, ( IDLH ), level is 5.0% (50,000 ppm) > 5 minutes.”
"Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are based on inputs from a variety of sensors, controlling different types of motors such as stepper motors for flaps and DC/BLDC blower fan motors. Freescale's broad portfolio of 32-bit Qorivva, 16-bit S12 and 8-bit S08 families of microcontrollers enables designers to meet the needs of a variety of HVAC applications. System basis chips (SBCs) combine physical network connection with power management. Intelligent eXtreme switches complete the system solution for DC motor blowers. BLDC motor control requires more complex algorithms. Freescale’s MagniV products combine MCU with SBC functionality, network connection and motor control specific drivers into a single package, providing a cost-effective small footprint system solution.
HVAC Air Conditioning”
"Companies to Showcase Real-Time Data Display at MILCOM ALT Software, DiSTI, Green Hills Software and RTI will demonstrate at MILCOM (October 29-31, booth #305, Orlando, FL) a technology integration that promises to radically change the design and implementation of real-time, safety-critical distributed systems for defense and aerospace applications. The combination of these firms' technologies provides a robust solution for mission-critical data distribution and display.
The demonstration will consist of a real-time avionics display rendered on a Freescale Media5200 reference platform and controlled remotely from a Windows XP system. The Media5200 target board is running the Green Hills Software INTEGRITY real-time operating system (RTOS) with output to a dynamic avionics human-machine interface (HMI) created using DiSTI GL Studio and powered by ALT Software OpenGL graphics drivers. Remote-control and data access across the network leverages RTI Data Distribution Service middleware. The result is a real-time integrated avionics network that represents the potential for next-generation designs in the cockpit for remotely piloted vehicles as well as other defense and aerospace applications."
CO2 模块. MPXV2010 (流量检测). MPL115A1 (大气压力检测、修正). MPXM2051 主要特性: ▻ 压力范围 0~50kPa 表压. ▻ 温度补偿 Over 0°C to +85°C. ▻ 线性: +/- ..."
"Freescale and ST target CO2 emission reduction
20th May 2008
The first collaborative semiconductor development between Freescale Semiconductor and STMicroelectronics will target emissions control in vehicles with a 32-bit microcontroller.
The intention is to provide a higher performance alternative to the 16-bit MCUs commonly used in powertrain electronic systems.
It is the processing capability of the MPC563xM family of 32-bit microcontrollers that allows for the addition of on-chip emissions control.
A DSP engine built into the MCU's Power Architecture e200 core carries ouit the fuel economy functions. The aim is a three to five per cent reduction in CO2 emissions, claimed Freescale
"This processing power enables engine designers to develop powertrain solutions that help reduce CO2 emissions, as well as to address current and future automotive emissions requirements," said Paul Grimme, senior v-p and general manager of Freescale's microcontroller group.
The MCUs have up to 1.5Mbyte of flash memory and 81kbyte of SRAM. The Power Architecture core scales up to 80MHz. The result of a joint development by Freescale and STMicroelectronics, the MCU will be available as a dual-sourced product from both companies.
- See more at: http://www.electronicsweekly.com/news/components/microprocessors-and-dsps/freescale-and-st-target-co2-emission-reduction-2008-05/#sthash.UtqKJVRV.dpuf "
"The "Kaya Identity"
We can actually play around with greenhouse gas emissions scenarios ourselves. To do so, we will take advantage of something known as the Kaya Identify.
Technically, the identity is just a definition, relating the quantity of annual carbon emissions to a factor of terms that reflect (1)population growth, (2) relative (i.e., per capita) economic expansion, measured by annual GDP in dollars/person, (3) energy intensity, measured in terawatts of energy consumed per dollar added to GDP, and (4) carbon efficiency, measured in gigatons of carbon emitted per terawatt of energy used. Multiply these out, and you get gigatons of carbon emitted. If the other quantities are expressed as a percentage change per year, then the carbon emissions, too, are expressed as a percentage change per year, which, in turn, defines a future trajectory of carbon emissions and CO2concentrations.
Mathematically, the Kaya identity is expressed in the form:
F = P * (G / P) * (E / G) * (F / E), where
F is global CO2 emissions from human sources
P is global population growth
G is world GDP
E is global energy consumption
By projecting the future changes in population growth (P), economic expansion (G/P), energy intensity (E/G), and carbon efficiency (F/E), it is possible to make an informed projection of future carbon emissions (F). Obviously, population is important as, in the absence of anything else, more people means more energy use. Moreover, economic expansion measured by GDP per capita plays an important role, as a bigger economy means greater use of energy. The energy intensity term is where technology comes in. As we develop new energy technologies or improve the efficiency of existing energy technology, we expect that it will take less energy to increase our GDP by and additional dollar, i.e., we should see a decline in energy intensity. Last, but certainly not least, is the carbon efficiency. As we develop and increasingly switch over to renewable energy sources and non-fossil fuel based energy alternatives and improve the carbon efficiency of existing fossil fuel sources (e.g., by finding a way to extract and sequester CO2), we can expect a decline in this quantity as well, i.e., less carbon emitted per unit of energy production.
Fortunately, we do not have to start from scratch. There is a convenient on-line calculator here, provided courtesy of David Archer of the University of Chicago (and a RealClimate blogger ). Below a brief demonstration of how the tool can be used. After you watch the demonstration, use the link provided above to play around with the calculator yourself."
By Ed Barnes
Published March 25, 2009 FoxNews.com
In 2000 and 2001, while Barack Obama served as a board member for a Chicago-based charitable foundation, he helped to fund a pioneering carbon trading exchange that is likely to fill a critical role in the controversial cap-and-trade carbon reduction scheme that President Obama is now trying to push rapidly through Congress.
During those two years, the Joyce Foundation gave nearly $1.1 million in two separate grants that were instrumental in developing and launching the privately-owned Chicago Climate Exchange, which now calls itself "North America's only cap and trade system for all six greenhouse gases, with global affiliates and projects worldwide."
One of those gases is carbon dioxide, the most ubiquitous greenhouse gas and the focus of the most far-reaching -- and contentious -- efforts to combat "climate change." On Monday, Obama's Environmental Protection Agency declared carbon dioxide a public health threat."
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