Nothing to think about. A sociopath does not see themself as someone that should concern themself with the consequences of their actions upon society as a whole. Their general tenor is "phuck who gets hurt as long as I get my way." When one has a functioning Soul, they actually do consider the effects of their actions upon others. Like I say, it doesn't suprise me that you don't comprehend this.
Yes, and hope is what causes a lot of people to sit complacent and watch investments go right down the drain. Funny how much optimism and paralysis are related. BLDP is truly the land of the ostriches.
Let's call a spade a spade.
If you are not an investor or if you are not investigating as to whether to invest in Ballard. you are here for one other purpose only. To try and dissuade others from investing. Now nobody interested in making money is going to be wasting their time here unless it pays them to do so. So obviously it pays for you to dissuade potential investors. You admit to being short. Shorting is nothing more than a manipulation of the marketplace. Therefore you show yourself as being somneone who thinks that manipulation is acceptable as long as it makes you money. Money is the end all and be all in your life. You have sacrificed and sold whatever Soul you were born with for the sake of money. You have no counsciousness except "money is the supreme thing". You have no morality except that which obtains you more money. Instead of your life centering on people, it centers on money. What is money. It is pieces of paper that is contaminated with traces of fecal material of everyone who has touched it. I guess we really shouldn't be suprised that people like you are attracted to it. Feces can only relate to feces.
Hi, texxkjak, newman and others,
Why do you keep talking about automobiles when the near-term source of income is home cogeneration units? The following article estimates Japanese cogeneration sales to be almost four times automotive sales in 2010.
Japan's PEMFC Fuel Cell Market To Be Worth Over US$3 Bln by 2010
23 August 2002
Provider: Asia Pulse Pte Ltd
TOKYO, Aug 23 Asia Pulse - The market for polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs) will be worth 401.1 billion yen (US$3.35 billion) annually on a shipment basis in 2010, according to a Yano Research Institute Ltd. forecast released Thursday
Demand for PEFCs will begin to rise sharply around 2003 for use in household cogeneration systems and automobiles, the institute predicted.
The forecast is based on a survey conducted among 34 companies, including energy firms, manufactures of electric machinery and automakers, between April and July.
The market in 2010 is estimated to comprise 265 billion yen for household cogeneration systems, 72.5 billion yen for automobiles and 44 billion yen for small portable equipment, including cellular phones. Shipments in the year are expected to total 4.32 million units.
Any Response? - gomor
The American Hot Rod Mentality, which brings out the largest number of fans to any organized Sporting Event, Can only filter the FC through the rose colored glasses of the Automobile.
This is why cogeneration in Japan does not enter the main stream in America, yet.
Because we all know homeowners are not stupid enough to buy something that will doubble their cost of energy.
This home market forecast is a joke. In addition by 2010 BLDP will have run out of cash. Check out their cash burn rate.
gomor9, how naive you are! Future market projections aren't even as accurate as long-range weather forecasts! Anyone who relies on these prognostications is a fool!
Who wants to tie up his money in a stock for several more years � waiting to see if something good will happen � when he could be earning good returns on something else? Well, I guess the answer is someone like you!