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captain_nemo_the_great 68 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 27, 2015 10:50 AM Member since: Sep 28, 2004
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  • Reply to

    AMSC going crazy..wow

    by wallstcrookbuster Apr 22, 2015 10:53 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Apr 27, 2015 10:50 AM Flag

    I see you are attempting to evade the point that proves you are your namesake. And yes it is obvious that you fit your namesake 100%! YOu also failed to answer the question. Too hard for you? Did your mommy let you stay up late saturday night?

  • Reply to

    AMSC going crazy..wow

    by wallstcrookbuster Apr 22, 2015 10:53 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Apr 25, 2015 3:50 PM Flag

    What makes you think that r2's alias was TOSed?

    I guess you are talking about the arzehole when you refer to a dimwit...either that or yourself. Couldn't possibly be r2. He wiped the floor with you... hundreds of times.

  • Reply to

    AMSC going crazy..wow

    by wallstcrookbuster Apr 22, 2015 10:53 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Apr 25, 2015 3:47 PM Flag

    Doesn't matter who the alias was made to mock. The last part "arzehole" sure does describe you!

    BTW my point was there is only one stock for all divisions. When a negative event is caused by one they all suffer. That's the way the street works. And your statement supports your stupidity. So even thought the wind division is getting over $300 M/yr it is getting penalized because why? Another dilutive share offering.

    So what imaginary share has an SP (share price) over $30/share?

  • Reply to

    AMSC going crazy..wow

    by wallstcrookbuster Apr 22, 2015 10:53 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Apr 24, 2015 8:50 PM Flag

    The last part of your alias is very descriptive of what you are! The fact is that it is irrelevant that they are different divisions. Each division does not issue separate stock... there is only stock for all divisions and what happens in one effects them all. What a totally ignorant series of comments you have made.

  • Reply to

    intrinsic / extrinsic pinning

    by japankokura Aug 25, 2014 1:47 PM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 25, 2014 3:23 PM Flag

    The answer is deep into the physics and structure of materials. Suffice to say, that the crystalline structure of the YBCO material deposited on the processed substrate is responsible for this property. The STI process used in the RCE-CDR equipment is responsible for creating this structure. I'm not sure that any of STI's scientists fully understand how it is achieved, only that it has the right property without any "special" steps.

    From what I have read, the research being undertaken by those whose process doesn't create this property intrinsically, is all focused on achieving a result which is low in cost to create and which offers performance acceptable for the application they are targeting.

    I've not seen any literature which compares the performance.

  • Reply to

    Insiders?

    by trades4fun Jan 6, 2014 3:53 PM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Jan 6, 2014 4:26 PM Flag

    And hopefully tomorrow's action will be like today's. 38+% increases are not too shabby!

  • Reply to

    SCON in 2 years will be $20

    by littlebigdanno Jan 4, 2014 8:18 PM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Jan 6, 2014 1:03 PM Flag

    And what pray tell is "HTC"???? And what does it have to do with STI?

  • Reply to

    Second buy 1.53 here

    by readthis_n0w Oct 9, 2013 10:38 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Oct 16, 2013 8:40 AM Flag

    Duh! What an utter idiot you are! That's from 3 1/2 years ago. The r/s vote that I talked about was this past March! AND? it was in the same thread.

    So while my statement was accurate, yours was total nonsense...like everything else you post. You are blinded by your misdirected anger!

    Yep you sure are a DUMMY puppet! LOL! LOL! LOL!

  • Reply to

    HTS wire production

    by mask_ipx_spx Aug 9, 2013 1:25 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 24, 2013 8:09 PM Flag

    ok So the idiot is going to persist in this nonsense until I rub his face in his #$%$!

    1) The first quotation was when STI were getting requests (not orders) for phase one wire samples.

    2) The second quote is from the most recent and is reflecting what they are DELIVERING per customer orders. They are not shipping longer lengths because nobody has ordered them. JQ has stated as much.

    3) Yes again they delivered wire between 250 and 400 amps/cm which proves my point. The wire does not have to be consistent throughout its length...it only has to meet the customer current capacity. If a customer needs 250 amp/cm wire, then 400 amp/cm wire will certainly fill the bill. The unmasked idiot doesn't know what he is talking about.

    The next points are irrelevant to his claim which is 100% wrong! (BTW fool a 400Amp/cm wire will certainly handle 250 amps/cm at a minimum and 400 amps/cm at a maximum!

    Yep the cable demo project is still delayed. But I'll bet they are producing a lot of high amperage wire while they try to achieve that 500 amps/cm minimum capacity.

    What an ignoramus the unmasked idiot lying troll is.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Sold

    by surgeforthebest Aug 23, 2013 10:07 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 24, 2013 7:59 PM Flag

    Boy are you full of wit! That is to say dimwit, nitwit and half-wit!. Even a moron like you should be able to read those posts from 2004 and compare them to my posts since 2009 and see that I am not an illiterate moron like that poster (or you for that matter!). Astute readers (not the unmasked idiot) will note those posts are on a totally different message board.

    Ask the unmasked idiot why he had to change his alias from "outofdate1980" to his current one. He called it a "security breach". yeh sure!

  • Reply to

    Looking to buy SCON

    by rick.nagra Aug 22, 2013 11:59 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 24, 2013 7:54 PM Flag

    So what! You cannot deny the fact that they had wireless sales in excess of $45 million...and that certainly constitutes a "take off" contrary to your nonsense statement. Their wireless business degraded not because of "frequencies and guard band used" as you falsely claim. Their big sales were for 2G CDMA wireless systems that were sharing the 800 MHz band with analog cellular in an overlay mode. When analog cellular went away so did the reason for their filters. In addition, new technology which could be applies to 3G systems (which operate in many different frequency bands around the world) offered lower cost alternatives to their very expensive (at the time) filters. Smart antennas was one such technology. Another cause was smaller cell site coverage area. More sites meant more calls for the carriers and they only bought STI filters when there was no viable alternative. They didn't make money (they did claim one profitable quarter which I believed they achieved by shifting revenue and expenses to make the bottom line positive) because their manufacturing process was expensive and didn't have great yield during their big sales years (2002/2003). In 2004/2005 they shifted to YBCO and the RCE technology manufacturing process they acquired from Conductus (hence the name of the wire!). This allowed them to increase their yield but they had already missed the boat. They continued to sell a couple of thousand filters over the next years or so, but they had to drop the price to compete. 4G LTE sealed their fate. Their handset filter technology (which is not HTS based) has promise and that's why Resonant was formed. So the real story once again shows that the unmasked idiot lying troll is totally ignorant about this company and its potential. There are certainly risks, which because of the latest financing round are reduced IMO (See I don't state opinions as facts like the idiot does!). because it gives them time to fine tune the process.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Looking to buy SCON

    by rick.nagra Aug 22, 2013 11:59 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 24, 2013 9:39 AM Flag

    Ah indeed he did state that, but this is what you said "STI wireless business never took off due to the frequencies and guard band used." That was in reference to the Japanese Government's decision regarding 3G. But I his statement is different, and the only common thing which is accurate is the reference to the guard band. His statement is stating that the frequencies that were allocated determined the guard band. So it is simply due to the guard band. Any frequencies providing the same guard band would have caused that result in Japan.

    BTW that statement was made in regard to the filters made by ISCO International not STIs, so you are quite incorrect in that regard also.

    And you also said that STI's " wireless business never took off". I suggest you look at the 10K's for 2002 and 2003. In 2003 they had over 45 Million in revenue from their wireless business. I think most folks would consider that a "take off".

    Next time you try to take credit for somebody else's post I suggest you at least provide attribution. Your statement simply wasn't factual and it displayed your ignorance.

    I'm glad to see you were up late responding to my posts... but repeating the same lie over and over doesn't make it true.

    Ok so STI had "rfequests", but they did not have orders and you stated that they did. YOu also lies about their not shipping any 20 meter samples. JQ latest statements about what they shipped was in regard to "orders" and you are totally incorrect about the consistency. If a customer needs wire that has a 200/cm requirement then one that exceeds that requirement is certainly acceptable. You are claiming the opposite, but we all know how ignorant you are in this regard.

    It is indeed pathetic that you simply can't stop lying. I wonder how many posts this one will generate. The adolescent unmasked idiot lying troll really went off on a tirade last night (or perhaps I should say this AM)!

    Sentiment: Hold

  • captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 23, 2013 9:31 PM Flag

    The dimwitted unmasked idiot lying troll needs to read deeper into SEC filings. For example item four
    "4) Source of Funds
    OO: Client Funds
    He has also ignored the fact that there are two other beneficial holders listed in that SEC 13 D/A.
    Kopp Holding Company, LLC and of course Mr Kopp himself.

    The poor idiot thinks that the significance of "LLC" is no traded stock...well guess what dimwit, lawyers, doctors and most privately held businesses are Limited Liability Corporations. Big money? Yeh all of their investor clients, but those clients can say stop, don't do that with my money. And the fact is that KIA et al have been investing in STI for years, long before the advent of HTS wire.

    They are no different than any of the thousands of small companies that manage and invest their clients money. Your allegations of their being a pump and dump is nothing but unfounded and unjustified speculation on your part. The plain and simple truth is that you have an ax to grind about STI and you will lie about anything or anybody who is remotely positive about them. Grow up little boy and be a man, not a crybaby!

    BTW when he posted as outofdate1980 his most frequent post was either "spammer" or "political rant". I guess we should call his posts "liar's rant"

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Looking to buy SCON

    by rick.nagra Aug 22, 2013 11:59 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 23, 2013 7:56 PM Flag

    What makes you think that all of those shares weren't already sold at the time of the closing? I guess the dimwitted unmasked idiot lying troll doesn't realize that investors could acquire a significant holding without reaching an SEC filing threshold. Kopp had to file because he qualifies as an insider.

    So tell us little boy, why are you so angry at SCON when just a year ago you were so positive and were actually pumping the stock. Loss a bundle did you? All because of you own stupidity too!

    Sentiment: Hold

  • captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 23, 2013 7:50 PM Flag

    I never stated otherwise about institutional holdings. .I simply stated facts (you should try that for a change). Facts that institutions increased their positions after the r/s and after the May offering and the numbers I cited were valid as of 6/30/13 (not 6/30/12 as you stated in an earlier post). That FACT contradicted your lying assertion that the institutional holders already bailed. You were totally wrong (as usual) and lying once again. (as usual).

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    HTS wire production

    by mask_ipx_spx Aug 9, 2013 1:25 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 23, 2013 7:42 PM Flag

    Have you all noticed that the dimwitted umasked idiotic lyingtroll never answers a question? He just spews forth the same old lies adding another lying distortion in explanation.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    HTS wire production

    by mask_ipx_spx Aug 9, 2013 1:25 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 23, 2013 7:40 PM Flag

    The biggest dimwit here is the unmasked idiot lying troll!
    1) JQ has never stated that STI has either orders or requests for 20 meter wire lengths.
    2) The wire delivered has to meet the customers specification at the minimu. However, consistency, especially at higher current levels is desireable but not necessary. For example, wire that handles 200 amps/cm in all portions may include portions capable of 300 amps/cm or higher. Such a piece could be 40 or 50 meters long. STI could cut this to whatever lengths the customer needs and could in fact supply wire that exceeds their specification if STI so chooses. They can only charge for the lower performance 200 Amp wire of course. So once again the unmasked idiot lyingtroll is caught in a fabrication and as usual he is wrong!

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Looking to buy SCON

    by rick.nagra Aug 22, 2013 11:59 AM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 23, 2013 7:31 PM Flag

    I've read r2d2's explanations and that's why I asked the question. He made no such statements. Once again you are spreading falsehoods.

    Also JQ has never admitted to 20 meter requests or orders. Just another of your lies.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    Should See Over $50/Share

    by captechinvestors Aug 21, 2013 12:39 PM
    captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 23, 2013 7:21 PM Flag

    You have 3 statements in this post. Each of them is a complete lie! Show us, for example where it is stated that STI cannot fill orders of 20 meters. In fact, explain to use what kind of application uses 20 meter wire. We know that CFL's use 5-10 meter wire, but motors and cables use significantly longer lengths...so tell us when did anybody order 20 meter wire?

    I will be laughing very loudly and long when you are shown to be the fool we all know you are!

    Sentiment: Hold

  • captain_nemo_the_great captain_nemo_the_great Aug 23, 2013 7:17 PM Flag

    The fact is that you can't get anything right. The NASDAQ has ownership up to date and those numbers that I posted and which were actually correct (unlike yours) reflected the post RS and the offering completed in May. The latest offering while offering dilution, also provides STI the capital to move forward and complete the development of their RCE process and acquire the production equipment.

    BTW you keep calling KIA a pump and dump boilerroom. Care to offer any evidence of that or is that just another totally unsupported conjecture. Remember, all of the money represented by K IA shares belongs to their investors. They don't own a damn bit of it! So you are accusing them of using their clients money to run a pump and dump. Hmm I wonder what KIA would have to say about such unfounded accusations?

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