:-) I dunno about that. It is self-evident proof that a poster has nothing to say and wants everyone to know it.
BTW, did you see the update on the controversy over the "acid-bath" stem process? It's going open source.
And if there is anything to it at alllll, there will be no patents to be invoked; and any number of patents whci will become worthless.
That's a FACT JACK! NO other Company has this many stem cell patents. Do your research and you will find Biotime has patented over twenty different kinds of cartilage and tendon progenitor stem cells and have talked to the Oakland Raiders as a potential client for their future Renevia products.
The 600+ patents are attracting many partners, Wistar cancer Institute(lung cancer diagnostics),
TEVA for AMD, Cornell Weill hospital/University(cancer therapeutics), Appistry inc for medical database subscription, Cedar Sini for Ehealth app products...and the list keeps growing.