Global Alert. Copenhagen, the opportunity.

Oct 19, 2009Releases

In a conference held at the La Comedia Theater in Rosario, Argentina, researcher Luis Seguessa warned about the importance of effectively stopping CLIMATE CHANGE before it is too late, and argued that it is essential that Copenhagen takes into account the main cause of the problem to achieve an international treaty with a favorable outcome for all humanity.

«La principal causa del cambio climático No son las emisiones de gases como siempre se divulga, sino es el desmedido CONSUMO DE OXIGENO por parte de los de los vehículos que circulan por el planeta y que están debilitando en progresión geométrica la capa de ozono, nuestra principal reserva de oxigeno», alerto durante la disertación.

The leader of Fundación Códigos explains that a vehicle consumes between 50 and 100 liters of air on average per second. Taking into account the current world car-driving population (560 million vehicles), that means 20,000 million liters of air being consumed per second on the planet and returned to the atmosphere half-burned and in explosive form. Twenty percent of this (4,000 million liters per second) is pure oxygen, taken mostly from the ozone layer, which is our oxygen reserve, and also from the air and the sea, because without oxygen there is no combustion. The figure is so huge that it does not give time for either vegetation, or the marine platform to respond to this loss.

Fundación Códigos highlights the importance of the automotive companies replacing current internal combustion engines with eclectic models or a different and ecological technology that does not consume oxygen.

Según Seguessa  «El auto eléctrico nació junto al auto a gasolina, con tan solo 5 años de diferencia, pero hay razones que llevaron a esta tecnología a la muerte dejando al usuario sin la opción de elegir y obligándolo a consumir combustibles fósiles innecesariamente. La solución NO esta en un cambio de combustible ya que cualquier combustible por mas ecológico que parezca quema oxigeno en su combustión».

Seguessa ended the conference urging humanity to unite for LIFE and to think about the world that we will leave to our children.