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Fr. Victor Badillo of the Manila Observatory

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RadioAstronomy

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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Removal of Lead

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Monday, May 18, 2009

Remote Sensing NASA

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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Online Gift Shop for NASA John Glenn Research Center

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NASA Spinoffs

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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

EPA.Gov

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Sunday, May 3, 2009

Radon 5/3/09

From: ray.johnson@MOELLERINC.COM
Subject: Re: [RNPROF] Unbelievable gamma reading
Date: May 3, 2009 12:21:02 PM EDT
To: RADONPROFESSIONALS@LIST.UIOWA.EDU
Reply-To: ray.johnson@MOELLERINC.COM



Bill:

Welcome to the larger world of radiation from all sources.

Your observation of radiation from a nuclear medicine patient was probably a
good experience for you to help provide a perspective on various sources of
radiation to which we are all exposed.

While unbelievable to you, specialists in radiation safety know about
medical exposures, so this is not a surprise to us.

According to a report about to be published by the National Council on
Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP 160), medical sources of
radiation exposure now account for about 48 % of 620 mrem/year (300
mrem/year) on the average to the US population. Medical applications of
radiation include nuclear medicine (such as use of iodine-131 for thyroid
treatments and thallium-201 for heart/lung stress tests). Both of these
nuclides in our bodies will decrease over time due to radioactive decay and
also by excretion in urine and feces. Thus, the time in our bodies is much
less than the radiological half-life.

Nuclear medicine patients are cautioned to avoid close contact with people
for at least several days. The regulations for medical practice, however,
allow for exposures to family members of up to 500 mrem after a patient is
released from the hospital. This could result in more than 2 mrem in an
hour, but that public exposure limitation does not apply to medical
practice. The three principles of radiation safety are justification,
optimization, and limitation. Presumably the high radiation doses to
patients (and families) are justified by the life-saving value of the
nuclear medicine procedures.

Even if a person could receive as much as 10 mrem in an hour in contact with
the nuclear medicine patient, this would require 50 hours of contact to give
500 mrem. Remember, however, during this time, the actual exposure rate is
going to go down quickly from decay and excretion.

Medical applications of radiation also include chest x-rays (at about 10
mrem per exposure) and CT scans (at 1,000 to 3,000 mrem per scan).

Lastly, as I cautioned about using PM 1730 for measurements on granite
countertops, the same caution applies for measuring I-131. This isotope has
a gamma ray energy of about 380 keV, this is almost 1/2 of the cesium-137
calibration energy of 662 keV. Since the PM1730 uses a CsI detector which
is very energy dependent, if you check the dose vs energy response curve you
will see that the PM1730 over responds to I-131 by about a factor of two
above the reading it would get for Cs-137. Thus, all of your readings are
high by at least a factor of two. Remember also the PM 1730 is intended for
providing rapid and sensitive early warning to first responders. It is not
intended to be used for measuring actual exposures in mR/hour.

For perspective on radon, the report NCRP 160 now says that we get about 37%
of our average total radiation dose (229 mrem a year from radon and thoron
decay products) (at about 1.3 pCi/L in our homes). This means at the EPA
action level we are getting between 600 and 700 mrem a year from radon in
hour homes (compare this with the allowable 500 mrem from nuclear medicine
procedures).

If a home actually has 8 to 10 pCi/L, the exposure to persons in the home
could be from 1,200 to more than 2,000 mrem in a year. Remember this occurs
for all occupants of the home and for every year, not just a short time as
for nuclear medicine procedures.

I hope you will find this information helpful to provide perspective on
various sources of radiation exposure.

Warmest regards,

Ray Johnson, MS, PE, FHPS, CHP
Vice President, Training Programs
Dade Moeller & Associates
Radiation Safety Academy Division
438 N. Frederick Avenue, Suite 220
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20877

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-----Original Message-----
From: International Web Resource for Radon Professionals
[mailto:RADONPROFESSIONALS@LIST.UIOWA.EDU] On Behalf Of Bill Brodhead
Sent: Saturday, May 02, 2009 11:52 AM
To: RADONPROFESSIONALS@LIST.UIOWA.EDU
Subject: [RNPROF] Unbelievable gamma reading

I now understand why those connected with nuclear medicine consider radon
trivial.

I was visiting a home to provide a radon mitigation estimate and happened to
have my PM1703 gamma meter on my belt. As soon as I walked into the house
the 1703 started buzzing. I looked down and was shocked that it was reading
300 uR/hr. I took it off my belt and as I approached the client it shot up
to over a thousand uR/hr. The customer then asked me to stand still as he
walked away and my 1703 quickly decreased to more reasonable numbers.

The client had radiation treatment for thyroid cancer 9 days ago!! At
6 feet away my 1703 read 160 uR/hr. At 3 feet it read 400 uR/hr. At
1 foot it read 1300 uR/hr. The client then called his doctors office and
was told it was OK and he should not be concerned. He was told the half
life was 8 days. He was previously told to not sleep with his wife for two
days and to stay indoors for a week but could go out after that.

As I understand it 2 mR/hr for an hour is a maximum allowable dose.
Well this guy was well beyond that. At nine days his chest was still
reading 3 mR/hr! I calculate it would take 2 months before his chest is
down to the 40 uR/hr above background that some granite countertops emit.

Bill Brodhead

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Friday, May 1, 2009

NASA Spinoffs

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http://www.sti.nasa.gov/Pubs/Patents/pat69.pdf


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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

NASA Sets Media Credentials Deadlines for June Space Shuttle Flight

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April 29, 2009

MEDIA ADVISORY : M09-071


NASA Sets Media Credentials Deadlines for June Space Shuttle Flight


WASHINGTON -- NASA has set media accreditation deadlines for the next space shuttle flight to the International Space Station. Shuttle Endeavour is targeted to launch June 13 to begin its mission, designated STS-127. The 16-day flight will deliver a new station crew member and will complete construction of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's Kibo laboratory. The shuttle and station crews will attach a platform to the outside of the Japanese module. The platform will serve as a type of "front porch" for experiments that require direct exposure to space.

Journalists must apply for credentials to attend the liftoff from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida or cover the mission from other NASA centers. To be accredited, reporters must work for verifiable news-gathering organizations. Journalists may need to submit requests for credentials at multiple NASA facilities as early as May 15.

Additional time may be required to process accreditation requests by journalists from certain designated countries. Designated countries include those with which the United States has no diplomatic relations, countries on the State Department's list of state sponsors of terrorism, those under U.S. sanction or embargo, and countries associated with proliferation concerns. Please contact the accrediting NASA center for details. Journalists should confirm they have been accredited before they travel.

No substitutions of credentials are allowed at any NASA facility. If the STS-127 launch is delayed, the deadline for domestic journalists may be extended on a day-by-day basis.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER

Reporters applying for credentials at Kennedy should submit requests via the Web at:

https://media.ksc.nasa.gov


Reporters must use work e-mail addresses, not personal accounts, when applying. After accreditation is approved, applicants will receive confirmation via e-mail.

Accredited media representatives with mission badges will have access to Kennedy from launch through the end of the mission. Application deadlines for mission badges are May 24 for foreign reporters and June 4 for U.S. journalists.

Access requests must be submitted for Endeavour's move from Launch Pad 39B to pad 39A targeted, which is targeted for May 29, and the launch dress rehearsal activities known as the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test, which is scheduled for May 31-June 2. Foreign journalists must apply by May 15 to allow time for processing, and U.S. media representatives must apply by May 26. Media badges will be valid for both events.

Reporters with special logistic requests for NASA's Kennedy Space Center, such as space for satellite trucks, trailers, electrical connections or work space, must contact Laurel Lichtenberger at laurel.a.lichtenberger@nasa.gov by May 26. The free wireless Internet access provided at Kennedy's news center is no longer available.

Work space in the news center and the news center annex is provided on a first-come basis, limited to one space per organization. To set up temporary telephone, fax, ISDN or network lines, media representatives must make arrangements with BellSouth at 800-213-4988. Reporters must have an assigned seat in the Kennedy newsroom prior to setting up lines. To obtain an assigned seat, contact Patricia Christian at patricia.christian-1@nasa.gov. Journalists must have a public affairs escort to all other areas of Kennedy except the Launch Complex 39 cafeteria.

JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

Reporters may obtain credentials for NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston by calling the Johnson newsroom at 281-483-5111 or by presenting STS-127 mission credentials from Kennedy. Media representatives planning to cover the mission only from Johnson need to apply for credentials only at Johnson. Deadlines for submitting Johnson accreditation requests are May 15 for non-U.S. reporters, regardless of citizenship, and June 5 for U.S. reporters who are U.S. citizens.

Journalists covering the mission from Johnson using Kennedy credentials also must contact the Johnson newsroom by June 5 to arrange workspace, phone lines and other logistics. Johnson is responsible for credentialing media if the shuttle lands at NASA's White Sands Space Harbor, N.M. If a landing is imminent at White Sands, Johnson will arrange credentials.

DRYDEN FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER

Notice for a space shuttle landing at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center on Edwards Air Force Base in California could be short. Domestic media outlets should consider accrediting Los Angeles-based personnel who could travel quickly to Dryden. Deadlines for submitting Dryden accreditation requests are May 22 for non-U.S. media, regardless of citizenship, and June 22 for U.S. media who are U.S. citizens or who have permanent residency status.

For Dryden media credentials, U.S. citizens representing domestic media outlets must provide their full name, date of birth, place of birth, media organization, their driver's license number and the name of the issuing state, and the last six digits of their social security number.

In addition to the above requirements, foreign media representatives, regardless of citizenship, must provide data including their citizenship, visa or passport number and its expiration date. Foreign nationals representing either domestic or foreign media who have permanent residency status must provide their alien registration number and expiration date.

Journalists should fax requests for credentials on company letterhead to 661-276-3566. E-mailed requests to Alan Brown at alan.brown@nasa.gov are acceptable for reporters who have been accredited at Dryden within the past year. Requests must include a phone number and business e-mail address for follow-up contact. Those journalists who previously requested credentials will not have to do so again.

NASA PUBLIC AFFAIRS CONTACTS:
Kennedy Space Center: Candrea Thomas, 321-867-2468, candrea.k.thomas@nasa.gov
Johnson Space Center: James Hartsfield, 281-483-5111, james.a.hartsfield@nasa.gov
Dryden Flight Research Center: Leslie Williams, 661-276-3893, leslie.a.williams@nasa.gov

For information about the STS-127 mission, visit:

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

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NASA Envisions "Clean Energy" From Algae Grown in Waste Water04.22.09

NASA Envisions "Clean Energy" From Algae Grown in Waste Water. Image Credit: NASA Ames Research Center NASA scientists have proposed an ingenious and remarkably resourceful process to produce "clean energy" biofuels, while it cleans waste water, removes carbon dioxide from the air, retains important nutrients, and does not compete with agriculture for land or freshwater.

When astronauts go into space, they must bring everything they need to survive. Living quarters on a spaceship require careful planning and management of limited resources, which is what inspired the project called “Sustainable Energy for Spaceship Earth.” It is a process that produces "clean energy" biofuels very efficiently and very resourcefully.

"The reason why algae are so interesting is because some of them produce lots of oil," said Jonathan Trent, the lead research scientist on the Spaceship Earth project at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif. “In fact, most of the oil we are now getting out of the ground comes from algae that lived millions of years ago. Algae are still the best source of oil we know."

Algae are similar to other plants in that they remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, produce oxygen as a by-product of photosynthesis, and use phosphates, nitrogen, and trace elements to grow and flourish. Unlike many plants, they produce fatty, lipid cells loaded with oil that can be used as fuel.

Land plants currently used to produce biodiesel and other fuels include soy, canola, and palm trees. For the sake of comparison, soy beans produce about 50 gallons of oil per acre per year; canola produces about 160 gallons per acre per year, and palms about 600 gallons per acre per year. But some types of algae can produce at least 2,000 gallons of oil per acre per year.

The basic problem is growing enough algae to meet our country's enormous energy-consumption demands. Although algae live in water, land-based methods are used to grow algae. Two land-based methods used today are open ponds and closed bioreactors. Open ponds are shallow channels filled with freshwater or seawater, depending on the kind of algae that is grown. The water is circulated with paddle wheels to keep the algae suspended and the pond aerated. They are inexpensive to build and work well to grow algae, but have the inevitable problem of water evaporation. To prevent the ponds from drying out or becoming too salty, conditions that kill the algae, an endless supply of freshwater is needed to replenish the evaporating water.

When closed bioreactors are used to grow algae, water evaporation is no longer the biggest problem for algae's mass-production. Bioreactors, enclosed hardware systems made of clear plastic or glass, present their own problems. They can be computer-controlled and monitored around the clock for a more bountiful supply of algae. However, storing water on land and controlling its temperature are the big problems, making them prohibitively expensive to build and operate. In addition, both systems require a lot of land.

"The inspiration I had was to use offshore membrane enclosures to grow algae. We're going to deploy a large plastic bag in the ocean, and fill it with sewage. The algae use sewage to grow, and in the process of growing they clean up the sewage," said Trent.

It is a simple, but elegant concept. The bag will be made of semi-permeable membranes that allow fresh water to flow out into the ocean, while retaining the algae and nutrients. The membranes are called “forward-osmosis membranes.” NASA is testing these membranes for recycling dirty water on future long-duration space missions. They are normal membranes that allow the water to run one way. With salt water on the outside and fresh water on the inside, the membrane prevents the salt from diluting the fresh water. It’s a natural process, where large amounts of fresh water flow into the sea.

Floating on the ocean's surface, the inexpensive plastic bags will be collecting solar energy as the algae inside produce oxygen by photosynthesis. The algae will feed on the nutrients in the sewage, growing rich, fatty cells. Through osmosis, the bag will absorb carbon dioxide from the air, and release oxygen and fresh water. The temperature will be controlled by the heat capacity of the ocean, and the ocean's waves will keep the system mixed and active.

When the process is completed, biofuels will be made and sewage will be processed. For the first time, harmful sewage will no longer be dumped into the ocean. The algae and nutrients will be contained and collected in a bag. Not only will oil be produced, but nutrients will no longer be lost to the sea. According to Trent, the system ideally is fail proof. Even if the bag leaks, it won’t contaminate the local environment. The enclosed fresh water algae will die in the ocean.

The bags are expected to last two years, and will be recycled afterwards. The plastic material may be used as plastic mulch, or possibly as a solid amendment in fields to retain moisture.

“We have to remember,” Trent said, quoting Marshall McLuhan: “we are not passengers on spaceship Earth, we are the crew.”

For further information, please visit:

http://www.nasa.gov/centers/ames/greenspace/

Or visit:

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Ruth Dasso Marlaire
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Biotech, Pharma, Med. Device R&D , Construction & Civil Engin. , Education , Env. Safety & Engin. , Healthcare Admin , Non-Health Sciences R&D , Other Specialties , Patient Care , Real Estate.

Multitasking

Multifunction

Analysis of

Multielemental

MultiOrganics

Multikits

cadmium in borosilicate glasses

zero gravity

cyber security

SETI

Agilent Technologies

Science Application International Corporation

Lockheed Martin

Sarnoff( Radio Broadcasting Corporation of America)

NASA.gov

Nanosatellites

Teleportation

Space Elevator

Hybrid plants that grow faster for reforestation purposes

Greenhouse Catalog

Digital TV for PC

http://www.thatbabydvd.com/products/cd

For orders: 0922.883.3335
http://chiefskitchen.multiply.com/

United Nations

UN Wire

http://www.un.org

http://www.zoominfo.com/Search/CompanyDetail.aspx?CompanyID=344039347&cs=QFUgZ%401zh0

http://www.ecomass.com

http://www.nano.gov

http://www.organicexchange.org/

http://www.organicexchange.org/consumer_marketplace.php

http://www.brookstone.com

bath robe C570564 bamboo fiber and cotton

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3z5uExTF5Pg

Utubes

Simbang Gabi at iba pa

LEA SALONGA

http://www.quixtar.com

ask Raul and Fe Conception

rconcepcion@bww.com

http://www.targetedjobfairs.com

http://www.naturejobs.com

College of the Holy Spirit North American Foundation

http://www.spaa.netfirms.com/news.htm

http://www.pinoytok.org/arts/athena_santos_magcase-lopez/


Filipino Veterans Equity Bill---Law

Filipino Veterans Equity Bill

200,000 plus Filipino Veterans

$198 Million is real money, make sure

$15,000 for US Citizen

$9,000 for Philippine Citizen

reported by Richard Gonzalez on National Public Radio

who is a dual citizen? I am.

Begin forwarded message:
From: "philconsulateny"
Date: February 23, 2009 10:00:03 AM EST
To:
Subject: Press release - Filvets
Reply-To:

You are receiving this email because you signed up on our mailing list at www.pcgny.net, gave your contact info/ business card to the Consulate, or were invited to a recent event. If you would like your email to be taken off this list, or change it to another address, please email newyork@pcgny.net (Subject: Community Email List). Thank you





PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL 
P R E S S R E L E A S E
Contact: Maria Elena Maningat Vice Consul Passport and Information Section 212-764-1330 ext 602
PR-CBR-09-2009 20 February 2009

NY PCG LAUDS THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE FILIPINO VETERANS EQUITY COMPENSATION FUND

NEW YORK - The Philippine Consulate General in New York welcomes the signing into law of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 last 17 February 2009.

Under Section 1002 of ARRA, the service rendered by the Filipino World War II veterans is now recognized as active military service in the U.S. Armed Forces for the purpose of the law.

A Filipino Veterans Equity Compensation Fund has been established under the law and an eligible Filipino World War II veteran who is a U.S. citizen is entitled to a lump sum benefit of US$15,000. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) will process payments to eligible Filipino World War II veterans.

The Philippine Consulate General encourages all Filipino World War II veterans based in Northeast U.S.A. to inquire about and submit their claims for lump sum benefits at any state or local office of the U.S. DVA. END.

Mabuhay ang Pilipinas. I translated the Bayan Magiliw and And Bayan Ko to Chinese language. Who wants to help me spruce it up? 609-919-0275

I tried translating the American National Anthem. However, I could not translate Bomb Bursting in the Air. I am sorry that China lost the new Beiijing Hotel before it opened. We ate Peking duck at the old Peking Hotel in 1984.

Moral of the story: extra care with fireworks because they are risky.

How do you make fire extinguishers with Carbon Dioxide?






KUDOS TO OUR FIL-VETS.







Labanan ang Kahirapan Ramdam ang Kaunlaran
556 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10036
Tel: (212) 764-1330; Fax: (212) 764-6010; Email: newyork@pcgny.net; website: www.pcgny.net




Small Business Knowledge Center(SBKC)

http://www.sbkcenter.com

Consumer Product Safety Commissions(CPSC)

http://www.cpsc.gov

US Civilian Research Defense Foundation(CRDF)

http://www.crdf.org

Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization(CTBTO)

http://www.ctbto.org

International Atomic Energy Agency(IAEA)

http://www.iaea.org

Philippine Nuclear Research Institute(PNRI)

http://www.pnri.dost.gov.ph

Hybridigm Consulting

RUTGERS U, PURDUE U, COLUMBIA U, NEW YORK U ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE, PRINCETON U

BONE AND TOOTH SOCIETY



To be continued…

3/3/09

http://lwd.dol.state.nj.us/labor/wnjpin/findjob/findjobindex.html

Republic of the Philippines

http://www.dole.gov.ph/jobs/poea.asp

Trade Pub

http://www.tradepub.com

Rodman Publishing

http://www.rodmanpublishing.com/

USA

http://www.dol.gov/

states of the USA

http://www.dol.gov/esa/contacts/state_of.htm

http://www.epa.gov/radiation/news/index.html

https://service.govdelivery.com/service/multi_subscribe.html?code=USAEPA&login=Enter%20Email%20Address&origin=http://www.epa.gov/

http://www.nrc.gov/reactors/operating/licensing/renewal.html

http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=business.bus_bldgs

http://www.usa.gov/Citizen/Topics/Science/Agencies.shtml

http://www.laynechristensen.com

http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/budget/

http://www.usa.gov

http://www.nasa.gov

2009 desk calendar published in cooperation with The Planetary Society

http://www.YearInSpace.com


http://explore.planetary.org

http://planetary.org/special/explore

http://www.astronomy2009.org

http://www.galileoscope.org

http://www.cosmicdiary.org

http://www.sheisanastronomer.org

http://www.astronomy2009.org/globalprojects/cornerstones/sheisanastronomer/

http://www.darkskiesawareness.org

http://www.galileoteachers.org

http://www.unawe.org

http://www.developingastronomy.org

http://www.portaltotheuniverse.org

http://www.fromearthtotheuniverse.org

http://www.twanight.org

http://www.planetary.org/programs/projects/life/

http://www.lockheedmartin.com/how


How about you and me and us?

Have you looked at your name in google and find out what they say about you or what the entries are? In good faith, not the tabloids.

I have 4870 entries of Dr Florence Cua Christman on mine in google.

2009 National Grants Summit Series

www.grantshub.org

http://media.nap.edu/podcasts/nax77hereslooki.mp3

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Textbooks in Science and Mathematics

Open Textbooks
FREE and OPEN
Below is a list of open and free textbooks that may be suitable for use in community college courses. For descriptions and features of these open textbooks, see our listings in MERLOT. Visit FAQs, Community College Open Textbook Project, and OER Commons to learn more about open textbooks.

Anthropology
Art
Biology
Business
Chemistry
Computer Science
Economics
Education
Engineering
English and Composition
Health and Nursing
History
Languages and Communications
Literature
Math
Music
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Science
Sociology
Statistics and Probability
Disclaimer: CCCOER has not yet vetted most of the open textbooks on this list for quality or accuracy of the content.

More lists of open textbooks are available at:

OER Commons
Global Text Project
Open Knowledge Foundation wiki
Textbook Revolution
The Assayer
Wikibooks
Orange Grove
Audio Books
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FREE but NOT OPEN
For a list of learning content without open licenses,
see freely available Copyrighted Digital Textbooks and Videos.
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Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology/Health, Healing and Human Rights (Wikibooks)
Introduction to Paleoanthropology (Wikibooks)
Art

Art History (Wikibooks)
Open Content Photography Program (Wikibooks)
Smarthistory
Biology

Biology
Biology I (CK-12 Flexbook)
Computing Life
Developmental Biology
Genes and Disease
Genomes
Human Physiology
Help Me Understand Genetics Handbook
Immunobiology
Immunology and Evolution of Infectious Disease
Inside the Cell - Biology
Introduction to Genetic Analysis
Life (Citizendium)
Life Sciences - Biology (Free High School Science Text)
Modern Genetic Analysis
Molecular Biology of the Cell
Molecular Cell Biology
The Cell - A Molecular Approach
The New Genetics
Structures of Life
Business

Accounting I
Accounting II
Case Studies from MIT Sloan School of Management
Industry Evolution
Global Entrepreneurship
Sustainability
Core Concepts of Marketing
Electronic Commerce: The Strategic Perspective (2nd ed.)
eMarketing: The Essential Guide to Online Marketing
Exploring Business (FWK)
Fundamentals of Income Tax Theory and Practice (FWK)
Innovation Happens Elsewhere
Launch! Advertising and Promotion in Real Time (FWK)
Principles of Entrepreneurship
The Principles of Management (FWK)
Basic Skills
Quick Start to Windows XP
Quick Start to Word 2002
Quick Start to Work 1997
Quick Start to Excel
Using Excel 2002
Unleashing the Ideavirus (Assayer review)
Chemistry

Basic Neurochemistry
Biochemistry
Chem I Virtual Textbook
Chemistry (The Free High School Science Texts)
Concept Development Studies in Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
The Chemistry of Health
Virtual Textbook of Organic Chemistry
Getting started: stuff you should know before delving too far into Chemistry
Computer Science

Basic Computing Using Windows
Cascading Style Sheets (Wikibook)
CGI Programming on the World Wide Web (Assayer review)
Discovering Information Systems
Electronic Commerce: The Strategic Perspective
Grokking the Gimp (Assayer review)
How to Think Like a Computer Scientist with Python (Assayer review)
HyperText Markup Language (Wikibook)
Information Systems (1st edition, release 6)
Introduction to Computer Science
Learning 2.0
Lessons in Electric Circuits (Assayer review)
Linux 101 (Assayer review)
Operating Systems for Single-Threaded Computers
Programming from the Ground Up
Programming Fundamentals - A Modular Structured Approach (Connexions)
Programming Fundamentals
Programming in C
Programming Using Java
Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
Stanford Engineering Everywhere - Introduction to Computer Science
Programming Methodology
Programming Abstractions
Programming Paradigms
Think Python: An Introduction to Software Design
Wireless Networking in the Developing World
XML - Managing Data Exchange
Economics

Econometrics
Experiments with Economics
Financial Analysis
Historical Beginnings The Federal Reserve
Living Economics
Introduction to Economic Analysis (Micro)
Introduction to Economic Analysis (3rd ed.)
Macroeconomics
Microeconomics
New Rules for the New Economy
Outline of the U.S. Economy
Political Economy
Principles of Microeconomics (FWK)
Quantum Microeconomics
The Joy of Economics
U.S. Economy in Brief
U.S. Monetary Policy

Education

Common Wisdom: Peer Production of Educational Materials
Education for a Digital World
Educational Psychology
Handbook of Emerging Technologies for Learning
Open Educational Content - Introduction and Tutorials
Social and Cultural Foundations of American Education (authored by students)
The Public Domain Enclosing the Commons of the Mind
The Theory and Practice of Online Learning (2nd ed.)
Viral Spiral
Engineering

Basics of Fluid Mechanics
Chemical Process Dynamics and Controls
Fundamentals of Die Casting Design
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering I (Connexions)
Fundamentals of Compressible Flow Mechanics
Introduction to Physical Electronics (Connexions)
Lessons in Electric Circuits
English and Composition

A Celebration of Women Writers A Celebration of Women Writers
Clear Simple: Developing Effective Print Materials for Low-Literate Readers
Electronic Literature Collection
Journalism 2.0
Methods of Discovery: A Guide to Research Writing
Open Milton
Open Shakespeare
Rhetoric and Composition
Online Technical Writing
Health and Nursing

AHFS Consumer Medication Information
Atlas of Human Anatomy
Cardiology Explained
Developing Anaesthesia
Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine Preventable Diseases
First Aid
Free Medical Information
HIV and AIDS
HIV Medicine 2007
Infection Prevention
Informing the Future: Critical Issues in Health
Medical Knowledge Base
Medicines by Design (pharmacology)
MedlinePlus
NIH Curriculum Supplement Series
Sexuality and Sexual Health
Sexually Transmitted Infections
The Brain: Understanding Neurobiology Through the Study of Addiction
The Chemistry of Health
History

About America: Women of Influence
A Comprehensive Outline of World History (Connexions)
A People’s History of the United States
Hippocampus - click on U.S. history, then click on Textbooks tab
Hypertext History: Our Online American History Textbook
Outline of U.S. History
Stories of the Underground Railroad
United States History
US History.org
World History (Wikibook)
Languages and Communications

A Practical Grammar of the Latin Language
Better Communication
French
How Language Works (edition 3.0)
Liberte (French)
Mandarin Chinese
Spanish
Spanish I
Literature

Bulfinch’s Mythology
U.S. Literature in Brief
Outline of American Literature
Math

A Course in Linear Algebra
Advanced Algebra II: Conceptual Explanations
A First Course in Linear Algebra (Assayer review)
Algebra 1 (CK12 Flexbook)
Algebra in Simple English
Applied Finite Mathematics by Rupinder Sekhon
Calculus
Calculus by Benjamin Crowell
Calculus on the Web
Calculus without Limits
College Algebra
Dimensions (geometry)
Elementary Algebra by Denny Burzynski and Wade Ellis (Connexions)
Elementary Calculus An Approach Using Infinitesimals (Assayer review)
Elements of Abstract and Linear Algebra
Fundamentals of Mathematics by Burzynski and Ellis (Connexions)
Intermediate Algebra by Department of Mathematics, College of the Redwoods
Intermediate Algebra
Linear Algebra (see Assayer review)
Linear Methods of Applied Mathematics
Mathematics (The Free High School Science Texts)
Mathematics under the Microscope
Multivariate Calculus
Numerical Methods with Applications
Open Trigonometry
PreAlgebra
Understanding Algebra
Vector Calculus
Music

Understanding Basic Music Theory
Philosophy

An Introduction to Philosophy
Consciousness Studies (Assayer review)
Ethics
Formal Logic
Guide to the Logical Fallacies
Introduction to Formal Logic
Logic Primer
Physics

21st Century Physics (CK12 Flexbook)
A Radically Modern Approach to Physics
Calculus-Based Physics
Chaos: Classical and Quantum
Conceptual Physics (non-mathematical)
Discover Physics
Essential Physics (Assayer review)
Mathematical Tools for Physics (Assayer review)
Motion Mountain - The Adventure of Physics
Open Text Project — Physics
People’s Physics Book (CK12 Flexbook)
Physics
Physics (Free High School Science Texts, Grade 12)
Physics Light and Matter Series
Conservation Laws
Electricity and Magnetism
Newtonian Physics (Assayer review)
Optics
Vibrations and Waves
Simple Nature (Assayer review)
Political Science

Basic Political Concepts
Democracy in Brief
How the U.S. is Governed
Outline of American Geography
Outline of the U.S. Legal System
The CIA World Factbook
The 9/11 Commission Report
Psychology

Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience
Introduction to Psychology Wikibook
Psychology A Student Friendly Approach (2nd edition)
Social Psychology Wikibook
Science

Anatomy and Physiology of Animals
AP Environmental Science (Connexions)
Basic Neurochemistry
Deserts: Geology and Resources
Endocrinology An Integrated Approach
Environmental Science
Environmental Science in the 21st Century
Introduction to Physical Oceanography
Genes and Disease
Genes, Technology and Policy/The Science
Geothermal Energy—Clean Power From the Earth’s Heat
Intro to Physical Oceanography
Nanotechnology
Oceanography in the 21st Century
Physical Geography
The Habitable Planet
The Opensource Handbook of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
The Physical Environment Introduction to Physical Geography
The Science of Healthy Behaviors
This Dynamic Earth: The Story of Plate Tectonics
Rediscovering Biology
Sociology

Introduction to Social Network Methods (PDF version)
Introduction to Sociology
Statistics and Probability

Collaborative Statistics (Connexions)
How to order printed copies
Additional Resources
Adoption and Usage
From Algorithms to Z-Scores: Probabilistic and Statistical Modeling in Computer Science
Introduction to Probability
Introduction to Statistical Thought
Introductory Statistics: Concepts, Models, and Applications
Online Statistics: An Interactive Multimedia Course of Study
Statistics Wikibook
UCLA General Statistics Curriculum E-Book, including Advanced-Placement (AP) materials
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Of Note:

http://www.thegreatcouses.com


Of Note:

Utubes

Biodiesel

e.g. FuelMeister II

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Extraction and Treatment System

http://www.clu-in.org/download/citizens/pump_and_treat.pdf

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Websites I complied---you may comment!!!

You may send your comments to Dr. Florence Tansy Cua-Christman, MS3, PhD, ftcua8@comcast.net

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9U38O0_IXQ&feature=PlayList&p=63A5160039BCAB9B&index=0&playnext=1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTOPdAUGT3k&playnext=16&p=283EB2CAB8138EC0&index=24&feature=PlayList&playnext_from=PL&ytsession=IYqB3rNMLcJxU-92FE_3EDOApJWdxE-XBON2polMfkUeXBkuHbAYDpUYY-wGepMkvoB_PFo16_7DYv9Ax6OAGAmo_CZ9fJsahWnU3j3xyu9_5DLBzx8yoH6yGLDHcb0EvCe-qdYJfZy3cSsmp_3ongWoudnTP_SNvL8lbctwfvIBBRTwFb1ZCcC1DHQztD8vBn47b-GX2W8_RerXN4IHxjJXEGAB1wHgVg3ZcVEo_LdxCdVdl1VFXumqtESVu1DqlaeNfqep6IUD9f6kF3EzTw

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2004/nsf04525/nsf04525.pdf

http://www.freewebs.com/paase2009/

Philippine American Academy of Sciences and Engineering(PAASE)

http://www.paase.org

Christman, Cua Associates(CCA), consultants in Radiation, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety(REOHS)

http://www.cca-reohs.com

check these out:

http://www.shop4freebies.com

http://www.cereal.com

http://www.cereals.com

http://www.labelsforeducation.com

http://www.boxtop4education.com

http://www.tonsforfree.com

http://www.gofreebies.com

http://www.justfreestuff.com

http://www.fabfree.com/

http://www.freebiemail.net/

http://www.dollarsurveys.net

http://freemags.magazines.com/category/browse

http://www.tradepub.com

http://www.rodpub.com

http://www.arcamax.com

http://www.newsmax.com

http://www.quixtar.com

http://www.surveyexplosion.com

http://www.mypoints.com

http://www.mysurvey.com

http://www.zoompanel.com

http://www.lightspeedpanel.com

http://www.globaltestmarket.com

http://www.harrispollonline.com

http://www.inboxdollars.com

http://www.sendearnings.com

http://www.epollsurveys.com

http://www.clickiq.com

http://www.valuedopinions.com

http://www.google.com

check out e-google translation

http://www.berlitz.com

OnLingo

check out

http://www.findcash.com

http://www.missingmoney.com

http://www.targetedjobfairs.com

National Association of Self-Employed(NASE)

http://www.nase.org

National Association of Female Executives(NAFE)

http://www.nafe.org

Women in Higher Education(WIHE)

http://www.wihe.com

Women for Hire

http://www.womenforhire.com

Chronicle for Higher Education

http://chronicle.com

http://chronicle.com/jobs/browse/location/international.htm

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuaagriculture/

http://www.fiercebiotech.com

http://ftcuacalltoemployment41.blogspot.com

http://www.hillaryclinton.com

http://www.whitehouse.gov

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua/

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua2/

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua3/

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuatableofelements/

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuaemployment/

http://chronicle.com/jobs/browse/location/

http://ftcuacalltoemployment.blogspot.com

to

http://ftcuacalltoemployment42.blogspot.com

http://www.paase.org

http://paaseuniversity.blogspot.com

http://paaseuniversity1.blogspot.com

http://www.freewebs.com/paase2009/

http://www.grants.gov

http://usgrantsgov.blogspot.com

to

http://usgrantsgov17.blogspot.com

http://www.cca-reohs.com

http://biotechnologyftcua.blogspot.com

http://biotechnologyftcua1.blogspot.com

http://ftcuasciencelessons.blogspot.com

to

http://ftcuasciencelessons14.blogspot.com

http://ftcuaagriculture.blogspot.com

http://ftcuaagriculture1.blogspot.com

http://ftcuaagriculture2.blogspot.com

http://ftcuafood.blogspot.com

http://www.mtmayon.com

http://www.christinesbakeshop.com

http://www.pampangafoods.com

Jamesburgh Dollar Store

22 W Railroad Ave
Jamesburg, NJ 08831
(732) 656-0768

Maricel Gentile, proprietress

Wilma Zapanta and Emily

Little Manila Foodmart

Universal Robina Corporation(URC)

Nissin USA, Cup a Noodle, Maruchan

http://www.urc.com.ph

Philippine Chamber Rondalla of New Jersey

Philippine Fiesta

c/o Mila Mendez

Natural Resource Defense Council(NRDC)

http://www.nrdc.org

American Center for Law and Justice(ACLJ)

http://www.aclj.org

http://www.njtc.org

username: s559
password: cca

http://www.ecoemploy.com

http://www.arcecology.com

http://www.exponent.com

http://ghostwritingftcua.blogspot.com

http://ghostwritingftcua1.blogspot.com

http://ghostwritingftcua2.blogspot.com

http://www.freewebs.com/jwolfert/

http://www.filamlibrary.org

Fil-Am Coalition for Environmental Solidarity

http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en-us&q=fil-am+coalition+for+environmental+solidarity&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

UpLadder-an executive search firm

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Multitasking

Multifunction

Analysis of

Multielemental

MultiOrganics

Multikits

cadmium in borosilicate glasses

zero gravity

cyber security

SETI

Agilent Technologies

Science Application International Corporation

Lockheed Martin

Sarnoff( Radio Broadcasting Corporation of America)

NASA.gov

Nanosatellites

Teleportation

Space Elevator

Hybrid plants that grow faster for reforestation purposes

Greenhouse Catalog

Digital TV for PC

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For orders: 0922.883.3335
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Filipino Veterans Equity Bill---Law

Filipino Veterans Equity Bill

200,000 plus Filipino Veterans

$198 Million is real money, make sure

$15,000 for US Citizen

$9,000 for Philippine Citizen

reported by Richard Gonzalez on National Public Radio

who is a dual citizen? I am.

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PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL 
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Contact: Maria Elena Maningat Vice Consul Passport and Information Section 212-764-1330 ext 602
PR-CBR-09-2009 20 February 2009

NY PCG LAUDS THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE FILIPINO VETERANS EQUITY COMPENSATION FUND

NEW YORK - The Philippine Consulate General in New York welcomes the signing into law of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 last 17 February 2009.

Under Section 1002 of ARRA, the service rendered by the Filipino World War II veterans is now recognized as active military service in the U.S. Armed Forces for the purpose of the law.

A Filipino Veterans Equity Compensation Fund has been established under the law and an eligible Filipino World War II veteran who is a U.S. citizen is entitled to a lump sum benefit of US$15,000. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) will process payments to eligible Filipino World War II veterans.

The Philippine Consulate General encourages all Filipino World War II veterans based in Northeast U.S.A. to inquire about and submit their claims for lump sum benefits at any state or local office of the U.S. DVA. END.

Mabuhay ang Pilipinas. I translated the Bayan Magiliw and And Bayan Ko to Chinese language. Who wants to help me spruce it up? 609-919-0275

I tried translating the American National Anthem. However, I could not translate Bomb Bursting in the Air. I am sorry that China lost the new Beiijing Hotel before it opened. We ate Peking duck at the old Peking Hotel in 1984.

Moral of the story: extra care with fireworks because they are risky.

How do you make fire extinguishers with Carbon Dioxide?






KUDOS TO OUR FIL-VETS.







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To be continued…

3/3/09

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Thursday, March 12, 2009

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

For more about how American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, please visit:

http://www.recovery.gov

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http://www.epa.gov/recovery/index.html

For more about how American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding is helping the people and environment of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, visit:

www.epa.gov/region10/eparecovery/cleanwater.htm

For more about EPA’s work with the State Revolving Funds, visit: (SRF URL)

http://www.epa.gov/owm/cwfinance/cwsrf/

http://www.epa.gov/safewater/dwsrf/

For information about green infrastructure, see: http://cfpub.epa.gov/npdes/home.cfm?program_id=298

For information about EPA’s water efficiency program, visit: http://www.epa.gov/watersense/

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

3/11/09

1. http://usgrantsgov17.blogspot.com

2. http://ftcuasciencelessons14.blogspot.com

3. http://ftcuacalltoemployment42.blogspot.com

4. www.NASA.gov

Discovery to go up to the ISS this evening leaving the launching pad after 9 pm

4. www.EPA.gov

those who want, place your email address on the news media alert and check the categories that you want news media updates

e.g. US EPA, DEQ, DHHS, NASA, NIH, etc. take a look at the different states also

what does FEMA stands for and what does it do?

how about Homeland Security?

5. http://www.freewebs.com/paase2009/

6. thought to tell you the Physics Today asked if I wanted to write an article

7. www.paase.org

8. who is for going to the moon? lunar settlement? how about IDAHO (what happens if you cross a camote and a potato-hybridwise), TEXAS, OREGON, NEBRASKA,

what is the risk to benefit ratio of what you are doing?

EERE DOE/NREL.GOV 3/11/09

A weekly newsletter from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). The EERE Network News is also available on the Web at: www.eere.energy.gov/news/enn.cfm

March 11, 2009
News and Events
DOE to Invest up to $84 Million in Enhanced Geothermal Systems
U.S. Transit Use Up, Driving Down in 2008
Ethanol Group Petitions EPA to Raise Blend Levels in Gasoline
Cellulosic Ethanol Gains Ground in Iowa, New York, and South Dakota
Electric Industry Examines Adding Solar Energy to Coal Plants
Extended Daylight Saving Time Saves Energy, Says DOE
Energy Connections
U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Increased 1.4% in 2007, Says EPA
News and Events
DOE to Invest up to $84 Million in Enhanced Geothermal Systems
DOE issued two Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) last week for enhanced geothermal systems (EGS), an advanced geothermal technology that drills deep wells into hot rocks, fractures them, and circulates a fluid through the fractures to extract heat. EGS technologies can be used to create new "engineered" geothermal reservoirs or to stimulate existing geothermal reservoirs that are underperforming. Together, the two FOAs offer up to $84 million over six years, including $20 million in fiscal year 2009 funding, although future funding is subject to congressional appropriations.

The first FOA offers $35 million for component research, development, and analysis. The funding will support 20 to 30 projects to develop advanced technologies that will address important aspects of creating, managing, and using engineered geothermal reservoirs. The second FOA offers $49 million to support 5-10 domestic EGS demonstration projects. DOE seeks projects in a variety of geologic formations that will quantitatively demonstrate and validate reservoir creation techniques that sustain sufficient fluid flow and heat extraction rates for 5-7 years and produce at least 5 megawatts of electricity. See the DOE press release, the EGS technologies page on the DOE Geothermal Technologies Program Web site, and the FOAs for component research and EGS demonstration projects on Grants.gov.

U.S. Transit Use Up, Driving Down in 2008

In 2008, U.S. residents drove less and made greater use of mass transit, including buses.
Credit: Ned Ahrens, King County

The number of miles traveled by vehicles in the United States fell by 3.6% in 2008, while the number of trips taken on public transportation increased by 4.0%, according to statistics gathered by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the American Public Transportation Association (APTA). The DOT estimated that U.S. residents traveled 2.922 trillion miles in 2008, down from 3.030 trillion miles in 2007, a reduction of nearly 108 billion miles. In fact, U.S. driving has been declining for 14 months, for a total vehicle travel reduction of 115 billion miles. The DOT found the greatest decrease in rural driving, which was down by 4.2%, suggesting that people are simply driving less in rural areas. Meanwhile, urban driving decreased by 3.2%. See the DOT traffic trends from December 2008, along with the DOT press release.

At least part of the drop in urban driving can be explained by the 4% increase in the use of public transportation. U.S. residents took 10.7 billion trips on public transportation in 2008, according to APTA, reaching the highest level of ridership in 52 years. Light rail experienced the greatest increase, at 8.3%, in part because of relatively new and expanded service in places like Charlotte, North Carolina, and restored service in New Orleans, Louisiana. For other mass transit modes, commuter rail increased by 4.7%, subway ridership increased by 3.5%, bus ridership increased by 3.9%, and paratransit (on-demand transit services) increased by 5.9%. See the APTA press release and the full statistics.

Ethanol Group Petitions EPA to Raise Blend Levels in Gasoline
Growth Energy, an ethanol industry group, has submitted a waiver request to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), asking that the limit for blending ethanol into gasoline be raised from 10% to 15%. Currently, regular blends of gasoline are allowed to contain as much as 10% ethanol, a blend called E10, and this constitutes the primary market for ethanol fuel in the United States. Flex-fuel vehicles can also burn an ethanol-rich blend called E85, which contains 85% ethanol, but the market for E85 is relatively small.

Meanwhile, the federal Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) requires that an increasing amount of renewable fuel such as ethanol be sold in the United States each year, and that becomes a particular challenge when gasoline consumption drops. In fact, for 2009, the EPA requires most refiners, importers, and blenders of gasoline to displace 10.21% of their gasoline with renewable fuels such as ethanol, up from only 7.76% in 2008, in part because of a drop in gasoline consumption. That requirement is already pushing up against the "blend wall," that is, the maximum amount of ethanol that can be sold in the form of E10 and E85.

To give the EPA more leeway to meet the RFS requirement, DOE and other agencies have been examining the possibility of allowing higher blends of ethanol in regular gasoline, which raises concerns about the impacts of higher blends on engine performance and air emissions. To address these concerns, DOE is conducting an ongoing test program to evaluate the potential impact of higher ethanol blends, including gasoline blends containing 15% and 20% ethanol. DOE is working with the EPA, industry, and other research groups to examine all the ramifications of increased ethanol blends. See the Growth Energy press release, the article from this newsletter on the 2009 RFS requirement, and the first report from the DOE test program (PDF 2.2 MB). Download Adobe Reader.

Cellulosic Ethanol Gains Ground in Iowa, New York, and South Dakota

Poet's pilot plant in Scotland, South Dakota is able to convert corn cobs into cellulosic ethanol at a rate of 20,000 gallons per year. Enlarge this photo.
Credit: POET

While 2009 is starting out as a difficult year for the ethanol fuel industry, so far it's been a landmark year for cellulosic ethanol. Produced from non-food plants and agricultural residues, cellulosic ethanol is expected to yield significant benefits in terms of energy savings and greenhouse gas emissions. So far this year, Poet and Mascoma Corporation have started up pilot plants in South Dakota and New York, while Poet is already planning ahead for its construction of a commercial facility in Iowa.

In January, Poet started producing cellulosic ethanol at its research center in Scotland, South Dakota. The company can convert corn cobs into about 20,000 gallons per year of cellulosic ethanol at the $8 million facility, and the company claims to have validated its processes while producing the first 1,000 gallons of fuel at the pilot plant. The company is now looking forward to the development of a $200 million commercial facility in Emmetsburg, Iowa, that will the capacity to produce 25 million gallons per year of cellulosic ethanol from corn fiber and corn cobs. The facility is being jointly funded by Poet, DOE, and the State of Iowa, and the company recently gained $14.75 million in funding from the Iowa Power Fund Board. It will be located at the site of an existing corn ethanol facility, and by adding cellulosic ethanol production, Poet will be able to produce 27% more ethanol from an acre of corn, while reducing fossil fuel consumption and water use. The company expects to begin production next year and plans to eventually add cellulosic ethanol production to its six other facilities in Iowa. See the Poet press releases on the facilities in South Dakota and Iowa.

In late February, Mascoma Corporation began cellulosic ethanol production at its pilot facility in Rome, New York. The pilot plant is capable of producing 200,000 gallons of cellulosic ethanol per year from a variety of biomass sources, including wood chips, grasses, and corn and sugar cane residues. The plant was funding in part by grants from the State of New York, and construction of the plant proceeded throughout most of 2008. Mascoma's affiliate, Frontier Renewable Resources, is developing a commercial-scale facility in Kinross, Michigan. See the Mascoma press release (PDF 22 KB). Download Adobe Reader.

Electric Industry Examines Adding Solar Energy to Coal Plants
The electric power industry plans to develop advanced coal-fired power plants that can capture their carbon dioxide emissions and sequester them underground, but that technology remains years away from commercialization, and it will probably have limited value for coal-fired power plants that are operating today. With that in mind, the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and a number of utilities are now studying the potential to add solar power to existing power plants in order to help cut their greenhouse gas emissions. EPRI will work with Tri-State Generation & Transmission Association, Inc. and Progress Energy to evaluate the potential to add solar thermal energy systems to the utilities' power plants in Prewitt, New Mexico, and Roxboro, North Carolina. EPRI is also studying the potential to add solar thermal energy systems to natural-gas fired power plants owned by Dynergy Inc. and NV Energy and located in Kingman, Arizona, and Las Vegas, Nevada.

The EPRI concept involves building fields of mirrors adjacent to a power plant to focus the sun's heat and boil water into steam. The steam from these solar thermal fields would be integrated into the steam cycle of the fossil-fueled power plant to either reduce its use of fossil fuel or to increase the plant's power production. The approach would lower the carbon intensity of the power produced at the plant, while the solar thermal system could help meet state requirements for the use of solar power. Solar thermal research engineers at DOE's Sandia National Laboratory and National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will help to analyze the performance of the hypothetical solar energy systems. See the EPRI press releases on the natural gas and coal projects, as well as the related Tri-State press release.

In some ways, combining solar thermal and fossil-fuel energy in one system is an old concept, as the most of the Solar Energy Generating System (SEGS) power plants in California use natural gas as a backup energy source. Currently, the California Energy Commission (CEC) is reviewing a proposal by the City of Palmdale to build a new power facility similar to the EPRI concept, with a solar thermal facility providing 10% of the peak power generated by a 570-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant. If approved, the Palmdale Hybrid Power Project will start operating in 2013. Last year, the CEC approved a similar project in Victorville that will integrate 50 megawatts of solar thermal energy into a 563-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant. A recent DOE-funded report found that it even makes sense to combine coal-fired power plants with wind power facilities. See the data on the SEGS plants from NREL, the CEC Web pages on the projects in Palmdale and Victorville, and the coal-wind hybrid report from DOE's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (PDF 296 KB). Download Adobe Reader.

Extended Daylight Saving Time Saves Energy, Says DOE
People throughout most of the United States set their clocks ahead by one hour on Sunday for the start of Daylight Saving Time, marking the third year in a row that Daylight Saving Time started three to four weeks early. The Energy Policy Act of 2005 shifted the start of Daylight Saving Time to the second Sunday in March, rather than the first Sunday in April, and extended it through the first Sunday in November, rather than the last Sunday in October. The shift started in 2007, and the intent was to save energy allowing people to take advantage of additional daylight in the evening hours. See the article from this newsletter on the shift.

Although some people argued that the increased use of lighting in the morning could easily cancel out the gains in the evening, the data suggest otherwise. A DOE report released last year found that U.S. electricity use was decreased by 0.5% for each day of the extended Daylight Saving Time, resulting in a savings of 0.03% for the year as a whole. The savings are small in percentage terms, but in absolute terms, they added up to 1.3 billion kilowatt-hours, enough to power about 122,000 average U.S. homes for a year. The DOE report did find small increases in electricity use in the early morning hours, but those increases were more than cancelled out by the energy savings in the evening. The shift was also found to have no effect on traffic volume and gasoline consumption. See the DOE report (PDF 285 KB). Download Adobe Reader.

Energy Connections
U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Increased 1.4% in 2007, Says EPA
The net emission of greenhouse gases in the United States increased by 1.4% in 2007, according to a draft report released last week by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA found that U.S. emissions reached the equivalent of 7.125 million metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2007, up from 7.029 million metric tons in 2006. The EPA attributes the increase to a cooler winter, a warmer summer, a significant decrease in hydropower production due to drought, and an increased consumption of fossil fuels to produce electricity. The 2007 U.S. emission levels were 17.1% higher than the U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 1990. The Kyoto Protocol, which the United States never ratified, would've called for U.S. greenhouse gas emissions to be reduced to 7% below 1990 levels by 2012. The EPA will accept comments on the draft report through early April. See the EPA press release and report.

The EPA is also proposing the first comprehensive U.S. system for reporting emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. The proposal only applies to the country's largest greenhouse gases emitters, which account for 85%-90% of the greenhouse gases emitted in the United States. That list includes companies that indirectly support greenhouse gas emissions, such as suppliers of fossil fuel and industrial chemicals and manufacturers of motor vehicles and engines. It also includes direct emitters of greenhouse gases with emissions equal to or greater than 25,000 metric tons per year, which is roughly equivalent to the emissions of 4,500 passenger vehicles. Most small businesses would fall below this threshold. Tallying both categories yields about 13,000 U.S. facilities that would be required to report their greenhouse gas emissions under the new rule. The EPA will accept comments on the rule until early May. See the EPA press release and the proposed rule.

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