The following are now on ignore: 2BlackCats, dr_Winnebago, faraz-shahib, bear_chain, titusbythesea, and isisish. At least two or three of these "intellectuals" are the same.
During World War II, the US Government entered into "partnerships" with various manufacturing companies called "Government Contractor Operated Companies" whereby the government provided the funding and facilities thus reducing, even eliminating, the risk to the respective companies. It is conceivable that Greenland and/or Denmark could help GME develop its mine(s) through a similar arrangement.
Even with a $50 million market cap the amount per share outstanding comes to only 1/2 cent per share. Too many shares!
Why does "large funding" necessarily equate to dilution? There are other ways to fund such projects besides without issuing more stock.
Outtrader, I noticed you got a lot of "thumbs down" on your post. Lol. Overall, the use of THC looks very promising with respect to anti-tumor effects and controlling unwanted cell growth, especially regarding brain cells (glial and astrocytes) where tumors are especially hard to control. But, the last statement of paragraph 7 is worrisome: "However, research with immunocompetent murine tumor models has demonstrated immunosuppression and enhanced tumor growth in mice treated with THC." Could you provide me with a reference of the article you quoted? I would like to read more about this and see if the author had additional comments about these articular findings. Thank you, and best wishes.
We have heard nothing about it lately. But the engineering design of the refining circuit announced on Dec. 5th, 2013 should spur plans for funding and development of the mine. IMHO.
I think that Gigoptixman is referring to an announcement yesterday that some Japanese scientists had immersed some cells into an acid milieu, and the cells reverted to undifferentiated cells. Don't know if this is the technique that ONVO uses.
Well, now that you are finally talking as a share holder instead of a spy, you might think about this: It takes TIME to work out and install new process and systems, no matter what. This kind of stock is not a day-to-day bet. It will either work out in the long term as a great investment or it won't. Judging by the companies and entities associated with SGLB, I think it will be a good investment. "A man is known by the company he keeps." That axiom applies to corporations, too.
Still searching for information provided by others - the mark of a lazy spy. Let me guess - China, since GE and China have had done a lot of business together, and China, like Russia (USSR), has a bad reputation for stealing technology.
What foreign spy agency do you work for? "....tell us what the problems are that they are having as far as making it work."