Things are slowly looking better, tech-wise: "information-library/nuclear-fuel-cycle/conversion-enrichment-and-fabrication/fuel-fabrication" .
See Bud, if LTBR really had a partner in Areva they would have announced at least a cost sharing agreement- instead LTBR is paying Areva to do a study to the tune of 140,000. This is typical Seth car sales-manship; you announce a JV with a big player when it's only an invoice, a bill wherein LTBR has agreed to pay Areva to conduct a study. It's the same with every "partner" LTBR has announced. These are NOT partners! They are parties happy to take what little money LTBR will offer so that Seth can tout the the name of his soon to be definct company along side the name of a legitimate one. You'll notice unlike most announced JVs Areva did NOT comment- We are honored to work along side LTBR and have faith in their fantasy fuel etc.. No no, there is no comment from Areva not because LTBR can not disclose the terms, but because this is like you Bud claiming you formed a JV with Bellvue because you've begun therapy with a psychoanalyst employed there. Sure the therapist will take your money and you can call your session what you want. Now you understand why despite the great progress LTBR has made nobody associated with the scam will buy more than a nominal amount of shares. Tuna Tom should be ashamed of himself but I guess 1/4 million in salary can turn the most honorable men into prostitutes. This company exists simply to enrich Seth, Tom and the 3 or so other minions who have nowhere else to go.
watt might just have some run left,even long term.
i think ctix is gonna pull back to 1.50.
as far as the chicken bones go.
crossed fingers on ibio shareholder meeting, could be huge.
best of luck....woof
I havery to decide how much/and which price to go long
I added more ibio this week.
Look at ctix and give me your opinion
The insults, the end is near, the New York apartment, flip flopping on Lightbridge a dozen times over the years. Similarities are uncanny. He must have gotten picked on as a little boy and had to run home from school everyday. Now he is manifesting his shallow manhood and thinks he can Bully people hiding behind his keyboard. I worked with 10,000 real men at United States Steel for 45 years and know exactly where your place in the manup line would be. Dead Last.
And again the Grant money was because Texas A&M's nuclear research department was being subsidized by it.
How many shares of Lightbridge are you Shorting?
Dum dum the grant money received was received by LTBR NOT Texas A&M. Look it up! I am getting tired of trying to save you from yourself- truthfully I don't care about you. You're a lost cause who simply likes to hear himself pontificate. As for seeing you in the street, I would go through you like butter. Now dummy shut up. You already made much ado about nothing and have made a laughing stock of yourself. Better yet post a bio of another LTBR member or maybe a Wikipedia article about the history of the NRC. As for your LTBR profits -- I guess like the LTBR fuel its imaginary similar to FIT, KMI and every other idiotic idea out of your mouth
Chess the head buffoon, grant money is out of the question at this stage moron. Texas A&M is a non profit nitwit. You want to sling #$%$ I'll gladly sling #$%$ on you. You have ridiculed and name called for years now and your son and others cowered for fear of being subjected to your wrath. Out in the real world if you passed me on the street you wouldn't dare raise your eyes to look at me. Saw your picture and believe me you are a punk. Never posting your stock picks or messaging other boards lately because you don't have the cohones to do so. You don't know my gains or losses but you continue to insinuate such. All my LTBR holdings were paid for with LTBR profits. All in the guise that you have substantial evidence to support your SCAM allegations. But the truth is that other than the ones you and your bashpack invent to continue your conspiracy theory, they are only conjecture and should be dismissed as such. Texas A&M and Oakridge is even taking their experiments abroad because of the NRC boondoggle. You are the disgruntled loser in this stock.
Bud you're either really dumb or simply disingenuous. Grants are often given to for profit enterprises. In fact, LTBR received a grant when they were working with Texas A&M and the Advanced Test Reactor. See dum dum LTBR had everything set up 5 years ago or so with the ATR and Texas A&M and about a year into testing the whole thing was abandoned before any results were ever disclosed. This is why everyone knows it is a scam. Since the ATR backed away it became evident to those who know that there is no future for this fuel. Do some research! It's not to late to escape with 50% of your funds about what you are left with from FIT; KMI and all those other terrible calls you've buried yourself in
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