The Elumenati were invited by 350.org to bring the GeoDome to provide a really big picture perspective during the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen. In addition to the Digital Universe Atlas, we used Uniview's Geoscope module to visualize CO2 emissions scenarios from the Sustainability Institute's Climate Interactive, biodiversity layers from CalAcademy, and global change data from NASA and NOAA.
An open Internet provides the foundation for innovation, free speech and democracy in the United States and around the world. But Washington lobbyists have convinced Heath Shuler to oppose the FCC's actions to protect Net Neutrality. It's shameful that Shuler is siding with multinational telcos instead of WNC entrepreneurs.
It's vital that the FCC move forward on its rulemaking to safeguard the open Internet. Hundreds of millions of Internet users -- people like us -- need Net Neutrality now.
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