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Subject:  Re: New Source of Energy Date:  3/11/2002  10:57 AM
Author:  jono202 Number:  3792 of 6186


Do a search on their patents, bet you don't find any.

Patent,
http://www.delphion.com/gifcache/WO00028656A1.tif.1.s0.35.r0.gif

It cannot be.
Anyway, if it was do you think they would have any trouble finding backers? They would be falling over each other.


Backers,
http://www.nutech2000.com.au/webcontent13.htm
The next step was the go public option. Form a company and float it on the Nasdaq. Agents and brokers were appointed, the movers and shakers in that industry approached. Telephone number size deals were suggested, the brokers reported that they could not understand why the Inventors wanted so little for such a thing as this, but when it came to the bottom line, they wanted to take half of the technology, paying only a token figure for it, and then to sit back and rake in the proceeds as the inventors continued to take all the risk and do all the work.
We all know that the world is a hard place, but the way the balance is weighed in favour of government, big business, and those in the know, is cruelly wrong. Especially when their focus is to increase their already firm grip over, and make excessive profits at the expense of the less fortunate.

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Interview with inventors,
http://us.altnews.com.au/article.php?sid=112

JR






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