It's been asked here but I think never answered: What do we know about the production of the actual BNP membrane itself? Where, when, why, how? We go on ad nauseam about more mundane and less critical parts of the kits, but when it comes to the thing that actually makes the BNP different from a petri dish, we are mum. If it's a secret, then tell us so and discuss those aspects which are not secret. Regarding posters, either we don't know, aren't sharing, or just don't care. If I were someone who is holding a chunk of my life's savings in this investment, I would want to know more. That's just me. With a company like Apple, you as an investor don't care where the iphones are made so much, but with a new company I think it's different.
Am I unnecessarily curious? Please set me straight, I want to feel better about this investment.
Larry, this Larry has asked that as well. The only answer we have gotten is that it is proprietary information. So, that part of the process must not be covered by a patent. They could be repurposing a material originally manufactured for some other process.