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Monday, July 28, 2014

FBI Reporting Terrorist acts against a Chosen Few Reservoir Korean War Veteran

The Hand That Change The way we view the World Including Actual Scientific Applications

A Purple Heart and Silver Star Citation
SMsgt Bobby Joe O'Dell
The VA had him confused with somebody else of the similar name

Not me try to manipulate data again
“These companies have turned out to be too big to allow to collapse because . . .when the elephant falls 
down, all the grass gets crushed as well.” He added, “we really need a new regulatory framework that will make sure that we do not have this problem in the future.”

To University systems please Return O'Dell Prototype with "the ceramic electrolyte" process developed 
by a small business in Somerset Texas, and pay me the grant money so I can develop more Ways and 
Means to a secure Our Energy Future

Why? I got this feeling I am paying for it at this link: 
http://www.linearism.org/PanAmericanInternationAirportSanAnonioTexas.html


When Hacking is Manslaughter

You also have another device not owned by you that can keep a human heart alive for over 24  hours 
in a shipping box without any auxiliary units or external power. Valid ADA Criminal complaints - Dallas OCR Complaint reported to Officer Liza Thery Dallas OCR office by protocol at the time of the patent thief by two different persons by protocol to the OCR Dallas about  the same thing and the San Antonio FBI [by this posting if they forgot]. 



Now my father who invented it and the first Heart Pump machine and invented the device that was the 
missing link to kidney transplants 1965,  may need a heart transplant - who is going to pay and who is going 
to die?

Arrest today - Remote key hacking was the wrong answer see the line in the sand: http://thenewmiddleeastsouthcentraltexas.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-line-in-sand.html

Terrorism is No Joke and you are Missing with a survivor of three terrorist bombs and other assassination attempts of this United States veteran  Ssgt Gregory O'Dell reserve status and good horse back rider. Have gun will travel!

The first approach will deliver efficient, reliable ITFCs made from low-cost materials and system components for use in distributed generation systems. For example, SAFCell from Pasadena, California will develop low-cost solid acid fuel cells by reducing precious metals from the electrodes and developing new catalysts based on carbon nanotubes and metal organic frameworks.  

The second approach in REBELS integrates both ITFCs and electricity storage at the device‐level rather 
than system‐level, enabling a battery-like response to transient power loads. For example, a University 
of South Carolina project team from Columbia, South Carolina will develop a ceramic-based fuel cell that 
will both generate and store electrical power with high efficiencies by incorporating a newly discovered
ceramic electrolyte and nanostructured electrodes in one device to enable its operation at lower
temperatures.

The third category develops ITFCs that also convert methane or other gaseous hydrocarbons into liquid 
fuels using excess energy. For example, Materials & Systems Research, Inc. from Salt Lake City, Utah will
electrochemically convert natural gas into electricity or liquid fuel in a single step by using catalysts more 
effectively, and reduce fabrication costs by using a cost-effective process that can be readily scaled up for
mass production.

“These companies have turned out to be too big to allow to collapse because . . .when the elephant falls 
down, all the grass gets crushed as well.” He added, “we really need a new regulatory framework that 
will make sure that we do not have this problem in the future.”

Four Years Of Dodd-Frank (DealBook) -  As we mark the fourth anniversary of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street 
Reform and Consumer Protection Act, there is an inclination to commiserate rather than to celebrate. Given  that only about half of the rule-makings mandated under the law have yielded final rules, this mood is understandable.  

Perhaps, however, the traditional fourth anniversary gift of “fruit and flowers” might assist our financial reform felicitations. There is low hanging fruit to pick and buds ready to bloom. 




Before this harvest, let’s recall why Dodd-Frank was enacted. - See more at: http://500pearlstreet.com/tags/fraud-0#sthash.h4Mwm4ri.dpuf

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONSINVESTMENT BANKING PRIVATE EQUITY HEDGE FUNDS I.P.O./OFFERINGS VENTURE CAPITAL LEGAL/REGULATORY
INVESTMENT BANKING | ANOTHER VIEW
Taking Stock of Four Years of Dodd-Frank
By JENNIFER TAUB  JULY 25, 2014 12:30 PM

At the signing ceremony on July 21, 2010, President Obama criticized the “unscrupulous lenders” that 
“locked consumers into complex loans with hidden costs” and a system that “left taxpayers on the hook 
if a big bank or financial institution ever failed.”

Then the president promised that the law he was about to sign would deliver “transparency” and would 
“rein in the abuse and excess that nearly brought down our financial system.”

To a swell of audience applause, the president declared that Dodd-Frank would end taxpayer-funded 
bailouts and that we would “never again be asked to foot the bill for Wall Street’s mistakes.” He cautioned, 
however, that, “For these new rules to be effective, regulators will have to be vigilant.”

The president’s promise of “never again,” also echoed earlier words of Ben Bernanke, then the chairman 
of the Federal Reserve. At a televised forum the previous summer, he justified the bailouts: “it wasn’t to help 
the big firms that we intervened,” he explained. 

“These companies have turned out to be too big to allow to collapse because . . .when the elephant falls 
down, all the grass gets crushed as well.” He added, “we really need a new regulatory framework that 
will make sure that we do not have this problem in the future.”

Low-hanging financial reform fruit includes tightening up the new “orderly resolution” process by requiring the banks themselves — and not the taxpayers — to pre-fund their own funerals.

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