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Borealis Exploration Limited Message Board

frogfather44 8 posts  |  Last Activity: May 14, 2014 2:26 PM Member since: Nov 2, 2009
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    If this works!

    by bpsworkhorse May 13, 2014 12:03 PM
    frogfather44 frogfather44 May 14, 2014 2:26 PM Flag

    I have no doubt the idea works . I just don;t know if it can be done economically without a vast waste of water.
    Collecting the water seems unlikely. They mention that they vent "cold damp" air through the turbine and outside where they may grow grass.
    Interesting idea why not plant crops? It's the same amount of water used in irrigating 1000 acres. Too much effort to distribute?
    If it produces enough electricity to use electrolysis, as they claim, then it would work by the sea.
    Well enough to pay for it's self? I'm not sure.

    I expect SWET's stock price is falling because people think it is a scam.
    The construction companies and finance seem solid but the top meteorologists and unnamed schools is not.

  • Just put in AXPW in the stock seeking box and you will find numerous articles and instablogs.

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    they have financing?

    by thomasw.byrd May 9, 2014 1:53 PM
    frogfather44 frogfather44 May 9, 2014 4:06 PM Flag

    A pop for the news is predictable (or before the news in larger stocks).
    When the company will not be following with income for years 2018 a drop is also predictable.

    Until there is proof of concept (One built and working) this is just an unproven idea. my friend with an engineering and physics background, said
    1. They will not make as much energy out of it than it takes to pump the water to the top.
    2. They will not be able to collect much of the water at the bottom.
    A problem in AZ.

    Both of those questions were in my mind already but I admit my background is not solid enough to say it is so. He knows better than me in both of those areas.....But I don't believe they would have been funded without convincing the money men both of those problems are surmountable.

    However this is the proof of concept. how many $1.5 billion dollar towers do you think they can sell with out proof it works?
    Maybe they can sell some, but in 4 years it won't be a gamble. I think most if not all will wait.
    While I intend on putting it on my watch list that's all. If they start selling towers that will likely change.
    As a guess the price will fall into 2017 unless they sell some towers.
    If that happens I will miss the beginning.
    PS I still have some DD to do and my opinion may change as I learn more but in general the description of what will happen to a small cap and even larger stocks will hold true.
    In specific cases it will fail. Unfortunately they are all specific cases, which is what makes horse races.

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    Buying More and Averaging Down!

    by sircaptainahab May 9, 2014 10:57 AM
    frogfather44 frogfather44 May 9, 2014 3:31 PM Flag

    Yup. I expect their are both varieties of Paid pros here. I'm not even in yet just looking it over. I did write an informative post if you car to look at my posts.

  • Reply to

    Opinions please

    by marfpanties May 4, 2014 11:21 AM
    frogfather44 frogfather44 May 7, 2014 4:32 PM Flag

    The physics are beyond me. People with better physics knowledge than I believe they can't get enough more energy to pay for the pumping the water up the tower importing it purifying it etc. Also Can they actually do this without a vast loss of water in a dry place such as Arizona?
    However I don;t think the partners they name would let their names be used if it was an out and out scam.
    Could the politicians be suckered in? Yes.
    Can the builders say it's not their fault? Yes.
    Do I think the unnamed expert meteorologists consultants is too fuzzy to trust? Yes.
    Does the no customers listed worry me a bit? Yes

    However somebody just agreed to put a whole bunch of money into it.
    Do investment companies put that kind of their own money without looking at it six-ways to Sunday? NO!

    With that kind of money involved I expect they used a proctoscope on them.

    How ever until there is a poof of concept, I don't know that anyone else will build one.
    In which case, It may be a few years before there is any actual income.

    Look up LTBR I've been following it since 09. Their products wont be around for another couple of years.
    They build fuel rods for the type of reactors in operation around the world. One of the fuel rods is mostly Thorium the other is a uranium metal as opposed to oxide presently used. The metal should be OKed in 2016 the Thorium in 2017.
    Check the chart.
    They did a reverse split to get on the NASDAQ in 09.

  • Reply to

    Opinions please

    by marfpanties May 4, 2014 11:21 AM
    frogfather44 frogfather44 May 7, 2014 4:07 PM Flag

    Yes no reason to know if it works. Spoken like a true paid pumper.

  • frogfather44 frogfather44 May 7, 2014 4:02 PM Flag

    If I owned any shares I expect I would hold until the CC.

  • frogfather44 frogfather44 May 7, 2014 3:52 PM Flag

    Personally I'm not and never have been I just ran across this last week. (First post here.)
    However as I understand it they have no product to sell. and won't have proof of product until 2018 or possibly later.

    To me this sounds like dead money until 2017-18.
    Why would I park my money here for years?

    BTW I made the same decision about Lightbridge. LTBR back in 2009. Their product isn't available yet as it is still under going testing As yet I see no reason to park my money there either.. (They have since developed a second product which is undergoing testing and will be available in 2016.)

    What reason do you see driving the stock higher in the next few years?
    I see pops bu nothing lasting until the tower reaches much closer to operational status..

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