Hplodge35; curious just how well you know Mr. Barnhizer and Mr. Tracey. My guess is not very well...
Per the CEO's bio on the website, he has sales and marketing experience.
"Mr. Barnhizer worked as Coastal Sales and Engineering manager for a California oilfield service company and was Vice President for Marketing and Sales for Anacapa Salt & Chemical Inc. Moving from sales and localized engineering into upstream exploration and drilling operations, Mr. Barnhizer provided engineering, project, and operations management services to Chevron, BP, Unocal, Occidental Petroleum and others in the U.S., Europe, Africa and Asia, living for extended periods on three continents outside North America."
Who do you think has connections - skills to get the work three years ago with Battelle?
Who has raised funds to keep the company going from the time the new CEO took over until now? What experience - expertise does Mr. Tracey have at raising funds?
What medical contacts - expertise does Mr. Tracey have in working with the EPA, TMC - UTHSC, and other medical professionals?
Remember that at present the main advantage to the products is the longer shelf life of the packaging and it was invented by Barnhizer, not Tracey and not Dr. Sergey. Agreed?
Therefore it's my personal opinion that the company is much better off with Bret leading it than anyone else at this point. Bret even worked the first couple years without salary to get the company turned from hydrogen to the medical products. Let's see what another year does before throwing Bret under the bus. Fair enough?