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Mr. Eurica Califorrniaa, Amb. Embassy of the Juridic State of Nature
PO Box 791
Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712-0791, USA Email: amb AT juridic.org
Greetings and welcome to the embassy website! Children are the littlest ambassadors to our world. I have devoted my life's efforts to making sure they are received properly. Please join me in helping to provide a better reception for our littlest ambassadors.
Featured below is my letter to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, asking for his cooperation in ending child homicide in all its forms, along with age and gender discrimination. Thank you for visiting, Ambassador Califorrniaa Juridic Embassy
In 1998, after almost two years of feasibility research, Mr. Califorrniaa initiated the micro intensive care units project (Micro ICU Project) to advance incubator care for babies starting at fertilization. In the icon at right, the circle represents a baby in the human egg.
Letter to His Excellency Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, requesting UN cooperation in ending child homicide in all its forms, along with age and gender discrimination.
October 13, 2014
H.E. Mr. Ban Ki-moon
Secretary General of the United Nations
Dear Mr. Secretary-General,
Greetings and Happy New Year!
I am writing to complain of the improper conduct of the United Nations Organization on the occasion of Ms. Emma Watson’s speech on women’s rights, which was given on September 20, 2014.
During her speech, the United Nations did not break its silence until it burst into loud applause the very moment Ms. Watson used what is widely recognized to be a coded expression in favor of pregnancy-related child homicide.
The progress of women and girls must not be preconditioned upon their acceptance of child homicide to hide the embarrassments that are often raised when they get pregnant as a consequence of exploring new freedoms.
However, the coincidence of the loud applause given by the United Nations, contrasted with its previous silence, gives the impression of reinforcing the notion that women and girls cannot be trusted with rights until they embrace abortion.
All human beings are conceived free and equal in dignity and rights.
I ask the United Nations to join me in condemning child homicide in all its forms, along with age and gender discrimination.
Please accept my best wishes for world peace and a better United Nations.
Mr. Eurica Califorrniaa, Amb.
FRANCIS GRADY v. USA, Case No. 15-2797, U.S. Court of Appeals (7th Circuit)
Click on the PDF icons below for selected documents concerning this case, including an application for a stay of execution of sentence of death authored by Mr. Califorrniaa for Francis Grady on behalf of unborn and partially born individuals in the United States.
A NONDESTRUCTIVE MEANS OF ECTOPIC PREGNANCY MANAGEMENT
Advances in microfluidics, absorbable materials, and 3D-printing make it possible to save a baby in an ectopic pregnancy by delivering the baby from the ectopic pregnancy site with the gestational sac intact, incubating the baby submerged in a life-sustaining fluid circulating over the gestational sac, encapsulating the baby in an absorbable transfer capsule, and reimplanting the baby in the uterus. The capsule dissolves in the uterus so the baby can reattach. The life-sustaining fluid is circulated over the gestational sac via catheter lines while the baby is in the capsule and also while reattaching. (patent pending)
Click on the PDF icon below to read about this new advancement in care for babies in ectopic pregnancies.
Califorrniaa, "Response to Eisenberg and Schenker [The duties of ethical committees applied to human reproduction (J Assist Reprod Genet 1996;13:689-697)]," Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 364-365, 1997.
KOALA® BRAND INCUBATORS FOR BABIES BEFORE IMPLANTATION
Click on the PDF icon below for a basic instruction manual for Koala® brand incubators for babies before implantation and to learn about limited academic licensing opportunities. We need "micro" incubators such as these to care properly for the littlest ambassadors to our world! Koala is a registered trademark of Eurica Califorrniaa.
The ambassador's hobby is space exploration. He recently published a paper about collecting water on the Moon. It turns out water impinges on the lunar surface like molecular rain. Unlike on Earth which has a dense atmosphere, there are very few other molecules in the way to block the path of this molecular rain as it bounces around in the heat of the day on the Moon. Without molecules to block or suspend it, then what goes up must come down. And it all adds up to something--something big! In terms of the hydrogen content expressed as an H2O equivalent, this constant "rain" from the sunlit lunar ambience amounts to a peak of almost 1 liter of water per square meter per year at latitude 60 degrees. So there is no need to go to the poles to get water. It can be collected even at the equator! (See article below for details.)