#1593: Marine Links Clinton CAI`s Twin Towers Elevator Abacus Patent to Carbon-Cap Pension Fraud

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked a Twin Towers’ elevator-abacus patent pool, apparently developed for mass-casualty internet gaming by Hillary Clinton and CAI special investor the late General Alexander ‘UTC-Otis’ Haig, to carbon-cap frauds on the New York State & Local Retirement System pension fund whose members allegedly used UTC-Otis elevators as an incendiary-laden abacus for spot-fixed bets on floor-by-floor body counts during the staged demolitions of WTC Buildings 1, 2 and 7 on 9/11.

McConnell notes that Clinton and Haig’s CAI Private Equity Group investors arranged an internet gaming simulation at the University of Calgary on September 5-6, 2001 with the late Carlton Bartels, part owner of the CO2e.com patented carbon-cap trading system, whose murder was allegedly arranged by Clinton and pension-fund insiders of the New York State & Local Retirement System to support the theft of the Bartels patent and secure the spot-fixed body count needed to carbon cap Floor 101 in WTC Building 1.

Prequel 1:
University of Calgary – Entrust Public key Infrastructure – Matrix Of University-Based Community Organizers – Carlton Bartels At CO2.COM

Prequel 2:
#1591: Marine Links Clinton-Gore Carbon Caps, CAI Spot-Fixed Pensions to FDNY Body Count 343

Prequel 3:
New York State and Local Retirement Systems – 2001 Annual Report (PDF File)

9/11 Resolution Trilogy Volume III: Pattern of the Times part 1 of 3

[The scientifically-illiterate psychopath,] Hillary Rodham Clinton and Harrison Ford: Climate change is a race against time

 9/11 [CAI Special Investor] Alexander “UTC-Otis” Haig Had Inside Knowledge Of The World Trade Center bombings

President-elect Bill Clinton meets with former secretaries of State, from left, Alexander Haig, George P. Shultz, William Rogers and Edmund Muskie in Little Rock, Ark. [Back then in 1992, the Rose Law patent partner Hillary Clinton, was already working on the development of a Twin Towers Otis-elevator abacus patent pool with CAI special investor, former UTC President and 1st internet gaming billionaire, Alexander Haig]

Rezko helped Clinton set up the carbon cap frauds on Chicago / Illinois pension funds

9/11 CLEAR bomb going off in WTC BEFORE first plane EVER hit

20010911 – tape MH1 1/9 – Attack WTC – Fire Dispatch Audio [Clinton and CAI elevator abacus dispatchers setting up floor by floor body count for carbon cap fraud on pension funds]

Bodycount: The gruesome abacus!

Might as well start a thread about this game.

I haven’t completed the game yet, but so far I would describe it as Crysis meets Black.

The open level design really reminds me of the non-jungle parts of crysis while the crazy chaos and gun play are heavily inspired by Black. At its best Bodycount is a surprisingly fun game.

It’s just unfortunate that it’s let down by some lack of polish and clunky control schemes.

My main gripe is the left trigger:
– holding the left trigger halfway allows you to zoom and move
– holding it in all the way stops you and allows you to duck and lean using the left stick.

That’s fine but in a shooter I prefer a toggle crouch button, so this control scheme just doesn’t work for me. I tend to wobble between ducking and leaning as I juggle pressing and holding four things at once (i.e. holding the left trigger, using the left stick to move in and out of cover, aiming with the right stick and shooting with the right trigger). Thus, I end up shooting all over the place.

The double tap LB for an impact grenade is fine, but it’s finicky and sometimes I don’t tap the button “fast enough” and just throw a normal grenade.

There are some weird hit detection problems which lead to scoring “head shots” or “from behind” kills unintentionally. There are some tron-like levels in which you are fighting shiny black armored enemies in shiny black hallways and rooms.

At the end of each level the game scores you and tallies your skill shots (e.g. head shots, explosive kills, through cover kills etc).

However, as far as I know, it does not give you a breakdown on which ones you did and didn’t achieve. Instead gives you a brief C+ to A rating and tells you got 24/46 skill shots. Which for a score based shooter is terrible, but hopefully I’m wrong about that and there is a way to see your stats.

The game indicates poorly how close to death you are, which leads to sudden and unexpected deaths. The game reloads almost instantly though (I’ve yet to install it on the 360) but it’s still annoying when you pull off some good skill shots and combos and then just die unexpectedly.

While it is refreshing to see a FPS breaking the COD mold these days, I find it hard to recommend picking this game up at full price but would definitely say it’s worth considering at a bargain or for a rental.”

“[Copyright] 2001 Climate Change Central; CO2e.com LLC; Dr. Robert Oxoby, University of Calgary A Tribute to Our Friends and Colleagues at CO2e.com Three of our friends and colleagues from our headquarters inside Cantor Fitzgerald on the 101st floor of One World Trade Center, New York, are lost following the disaster that struck on Tuesday 11 September 2001. Carlton Bartels, Adam White and John Willett were instrumental in planning and executing this Trading simulation. CO2e.com is a small, tightly knit team who all count each other as friends. This appalling event has left a huge hole our hearts. We have received hundreds of enquiries, offers of support and tributes from friends and colleagues of John, Adam and Carlton, which stand as a true testament to them. We thank you for your kind support. Please continue to visit www.CO2e.com as they move forward with their business in honour of those who worked so hard to help create it .. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Alberta GHG Trading Simulation was delivered in Calgary on September 5-6, 2001.

Approximately 100 key representatives from industry, government and research institutions participated in the two-day trading simulation. The simulation tested regulatory scenarios chosen by Climate Change Central and Alberta Environment. The goal was to simulate realistic regulatory scenarios so as to provide insight for public and private sector participants into feasible carbon-constrained futures. Two different domestic scenarios were modelled – a cap-and-trade system on Day 1 and a rate-based system on Day 2. Data used in the simulation mirrors the GHG positions of potential buyers and sellers in the western Canadian marketplace. CO2e.com’s simulation platform allowed for the creation of a realistic market simulation experience. Generally speaking, the simulation was highly successful in meeting its objectives in that: • by providing participants with some experience and appreciation for how potential GHG markets might work, and • by providing policy makers an opportunity to garner insight into the potential nuances that might be important in the implementation of legislative frameworks required for GHG markets to develop.”

Published 8/1/2001
The lawsuit is being heard in the federal circuit court for the Northern District of Texas. The three defendants are the Chicago Board of Trade, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the New York Mercantile Exchange. The case was originally filed more than two years ago, but it did not attract widespread attention until this spring, when eSpeed, a well-known developer of electronic trading systems, bought the patent and took over the litigation.

ESpeed is a publicly traded company majority owned by Cantor Fitzgerald L.P., the New York-based interdealer broker and a major force in the trading of U.S. Treasury bonds and other fixed-income securities. The company hosts and operates a number of electronic marketplaces, including the TradeSpark platform for trading natural gas, electricity and other energy products. The company also derives revenues from licensing software to market participants and trading systems operators.
For the futures industry, however, it appears that this dispute has come as something of a shock. Many people in the industry had assumed that futures trading methods were so common that it would be impossible to claim any as an original invention. But with the advance of electronic trading both here and abroad, futures exchanges are breaking new ground. As the Wagner case is showing, they are having to think more carefully about patent law and its potential application to their trading engines.

ESpeed is clearly thinking along these lines. In an interview with Futures Industry in late August, Howard Lutnick, eSpeed’s CEO, emphasized that the Wagner patent is only one of the firm’s “portfolio of patents” in the electronic trading arena.

“We thought it was a fantastic piece of intellectual property and a great value for eSpeed,” Lutnick said in explaining why the company paid $1.75 million in cash for the Wagner patent in April.

In August, ESpeed spent $900,000 to acquire another electronic trading patent called the Lawrence patent. This patent covers an auction-like model for trading municipal bonds and other relatively illiquid fixed income securities, and eSpeed has said that other firms will have to obtain a license from eSpeed or partner with it if they want to use this technology.”

“11. What is the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)?  The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) provides a secretariat for the world’s largest institutional investor collaboration on the business implications of climate change. CDP represents an efficient process whereby many institutional investors collectively sign a single global request for disclosure of information on greenhouse gas emissions. More than 1,000 large corporations report their emissions through CDP each year.

CDP is the largest and most comprehensive database of strategies from the world’s largest corporations regarding the impact of climate change on shareholder value.  CDP was launched on December 4, 2000, at No. 10 Downing Street [Carbon cap fraud on global pension funds in joint venture between Hillary Clinton and Cherie Blair]. The first cycle of the project (CDP 1) involved sending a letter and questionnaire to the FT500 largest companies in the world on May 31, 2002. This letter was signed by 35 institutional investors who collaborated to provide an efficient mechanism investors with assets of more than $41 trillion and sent on February 1, 2007 to 2,400 companies.”

“As sole trustee of the New York State Common Retirement Fund for the last eight years, I have been fortunate to preside over the Retirement Systems during a time of unprecedented growth and of national prosperity.

This year’s report, however, is issued at a time of great challenge for all of our country.

I am proud that, even as we mourn those who died on September 11, 2001, America’s government and America’s economy continue to function. The way we are handling the aftermath of the World Trade Center tragedy demonstrates the incredible strength and determination of Americans and New Yorkers.

As the administrative head of the New York State and Local Retirement Systems, my first responsibility is to protect the pension funds of nearly one million members and retirees.

I have developed a strategic investment approach that balances our members’ need for retirement security with the demand for growth in our Fund in both good times and difficult times. As a long-term investor, I remain firmly committed to continuing our investments in the market.

Investing in the market is the right thing to do both as a New Yorker and as an American. By balancing the risks of the market with the security of other investments such as bonds and real estate, we guarantee that our retirees can count on their pension being there when they need it.

Our members can rest assured that their pensions are protected. The attempt to strike down American business at its symbolic center has failed. New York will rebuild and come back better than ever, and American business and our economy will continue to grow and to prosper.


H. Carl McCall
State Comptroller”
“When you join the Retirement System, you are assigned to a tier based on your date of membership. There are six tiers in the Employees’ Retirement System (ERS) and five in the Police and Fire Retirement System (PFRS). Your tier determines:
Your eligibility for benefits,
The formula used in the calculation of your benefits,
Death benefit coverage,
Service crediting,
Whether you must contribute toward your benefits, and Eligibility for loans

Reinstating Your Former Date of Membership
You may be eligible for a change in your date of membership and perhaps a change in your tier status if you were ever a member of one of the following public retirement systems in New York State prior to your current date of membership:

New York State and Local Employees’ Retirement System

New York State and Local Police and Fire Retirement System
New York State Teachers’ Retirement System
New York City Employees’ Retirement System
New York City Police Pension Fund
New York City Teachers’ Retirement System
New York City Board of Education
New York City Fire Department Pension Fund
The deadline has been extended to June 14, 2009
Please Click Here to read about WTC Presumption Law.

The New York State & Local Retirement System (NYSLRS) has asked the Port Authority to remind employees of the eligibility and filing requirements and inform employees of recent changes (bolded below) to the World Trade Center Presumption Law that could affect NYSLRS members who become permanently disabled due to certain qualifying conditions incurred in connection with the WTC site rescue, recovery, or cleanup efforts.

Specifically, of those who may be eligible:

• Active employees should file a World Trade Center Notice (RS6047-N) with NYSLRS by June 14, 2007, even though not currently disabled, in order to be eligible for future benefits.

• Retirees may be able to request a reclassification of a service or disability retirement benefit to an accidental disability benefit by filing an Application for World Trade Center Accidental Disability Presumption (RS6418-W). If the application is not filed by June 14, the retiree must file the World Trade Center Notice (RS6047-N) by June 14 to be eligible should the retiree become disabled in the future.

• Beneficiaries of an eligible active employee or retiree who dies from a qualifying condition can request that the retirement benefit be converted to an accidental death benefit by filing an application for World Trade Center Accidental Death Benefit (RS6418-W). Please note that a World Trade Center Notice (RS6047-N) must have been filed by June 14 for the beneficiaries to qualify for this benefit.

For more information, forms, and eligibility requirements, visit:

and click on Retirees, or call the NYSLRS Disability Processing Unit at 518 474-4587.
“My brother in law is a Port Authority Police officer. Has been for 28 years. It’s a great job. Some pluses are, Officers do not pay into their pensions, They are in the New York State Police and Fire retirement system so they can retire after 20 years of service. If you have prior military you can buy up to three years of service to add into your pension formula after 20 years on the job. Benefits are top notch. As another poster said there is the ability to work overtime. Like many other departments they have an E.S.U unit, K-9 unit, commercial vehicle inspection unit, Motorcycle Squad etc.The down side to the job is that basically everything the Port Authority owns or operates is a terrorist target. Trade Center was attacked twice, plots against the Lincoln and Holland tunnels were foiled, the Teleport in Staten Island was targeted and so on. I was already a police officer for two years when my brother in law took the PAPD test, he tried to get me to take the test with him and like a “Jackass” I didn’t. I don’t have any regrets with staying on my job “BUT” if i would have taken the PA job I would have a better final pension.”

Hillary Clinton On Climate Change, Poaching: ‘We Are In A Race Against Time’(VIDEO/GRAPHIC PHOTOS)
The Huffington Post  |  By Joanna Zelman Posted: 05/17/2013 3:44 pm EDT

“We are in a race against time,” former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warnedWednesday night, in an interview with actor Harrison Ford.
“We still live in a state of denial,” Clinton suggested, regarding the future impacts of climate change. “We see it, we experience it, but we have a great deal of difficulty in summoning the political will … to address it.”

Ford interviewed Clinton on challenges ranging from climate change to poaching as part of Conservation International’s annual New York Gala Dinner.

Clinton focused specifically on small Pacific Island nations whose existences, she said, “are truly at stake.”

At the Pacific Islands Forum in the Cook Islands last August, she announced aid for programs focused on sustainable economic development and climate change adaptation.

Many island nations are already being forced to adapt to the effects of a changing environment. Earlier this year, Kiribati President Anote Tong told The Huffington Post that unprecedented coastal erosion is forcing some of his island nation communities to relocate, and declared that the United States should “not be so scared to talk about climate change.”

Recent research confirmed that virtually all scientists agree that humans are contributing to climate change through actions such as the burning of fossil fuels.”

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