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  • Engraine d Conway Liao Thesis Studio One: Status Update Professor: Cynthia Lawson 17 November 2009
  • Prototype/Mock Final
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  • Carbon Dioxide • Carbon Dioxide • Rapid depressant • Analgesic + Anesthetic • Lowers pH in brain tissue • Induces hypoxia and depresses heart muscle • CO2 asphyxiation is safe and moderately rapid • Low concentrations (7.5%) - analgesic • Medium concentration (30-40%) - rapid anesthetic • Loss of consciousness in one minute without struggling or distress • High concentrations (>70%) causes rapid death
  • Animal Cruelty Laws • US Code Title 18,48 - Depiction of Animal Cruelty • (a) Creation, Sale, or Possession - Whoever knowingly creates, sells, or possesses a depiction of animal cruelty with the intention of placing that depiction in interstate or foreign commerce for commercial gain, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 5 years or both. • (b) Exception - Subsection (a) does not apply to any depiction that has serious religious, political, scientific, educational, journalistic, historical, or artistic value.
  • Carbon Footprint • In New York, 0.74 pounds of CO2 are produced for every KWH kilowatt hour - (1000 watts/hour). • In California, 0.80 pounds of CO2 are produced for every KWH. • In Texas, 1.28 pounds of CO2 are produced for every KWH. • *http://www.watt-minder.com/glob- carbon.html