The lead presenter was Dr Thomas Seiler, a German physicist whose Ph D is from the Technical University of Munich.
The video of his presentation was up on You Tube at the time of writing this report.
Unwilling to challenge the data openly, they erased the report from public view without a word to the authors or even to the AOGS officers, until after an investigation.
It won’t be restored.” Indeed, one can go online to see a screen shot of the original program.
But going to the official conference site, the talk has clearly been removed.
(Go to Wednesday, room Leo 2, double-click on BGO2, which is the session that had the presentation.
The biomass components of tires include natural rubber, rayon, and stearic acid. EPA and the Western Climate Initiative, require cement plants, electric utilities, and other facilities that combust heterogeneous or waste-derived fuels like TDF to determine the biogenic carbon fraction of their CO2 emissions.
This is the International Radiocarbon Dating Standard.Consumers need to weigh the pros and cons of biofuels to determine whether they feel comfortable with this resource as an alternative to traditional fuels.Biofuels are not a silver bullet for the energy problems of the world.The Oxalic acid standard was made from a crop of 1955 sugar beet. The isotopic ratio of HOx I is -19.3 per mille with respect to (wrt) the PBD standard belemnite (Mann, 1983). T designation SRM 4990 C) was made from a crop of 1977 French beet molasses.The Oxalic acid standard which was developed is no longer commercially available. In the early 1980's, a group of 12 laboratories measured the ratios of the two standards.Tires, when burned, produce the same amount of energy as oil, 25-50% more energy than coal, and 100-200% more energy than wood, according to the U. Over the years, more and more combustion facilities use scrap tires not only because of their high energy content but also because they are cheaper than coal, produce cleaner emissions, and have low moisture content. Millions of scrap tires are generated each year in the U. EPA recognizes TDF as a viable alternative to fossil fuels based on the agency’s more than 15 years of experience with more than 80 facilities.