New 6k out there for another 525k shares to Hanover. Look like at this point they are about half way done with this BS. If Hanover actually held their shares for a while instead of selling then the price would rise and they could get their f'n money instead of getting more shares issued.
Can you shed a little light on what NNLX product they are using and why? I'm sure you asked. Never really thought about it, but it I'm guessing the aquarium is testing their tank water. The applications for different industries is unlimited.
If the company had material info, they would have halted the stock until PR was available. Obviously someone got word of a meeting and they shot Exide without all the facts. IMO there is no info to trade on yet.
SYNM can help stop global warming...nice!
A method for capture and storage of CO.sub.2 is described herein. The invention is capable of being adapted for co-production of bio-based gasoline. An embodiment of the described method includes (a) photosynthetic conversion of CO.sub.2 into biomass, (b) conversion of biomass to paraffinic hydrocarbons, (c) cracking the paraffinic hydrocarbons into olefins in a steam cracker, and (d) polymerization of the light olefins into polyolefin plastics. Polyolefins such as polyethylene and polypropylene are the most widely used plastics in the world, with annual production well over 125 million metric tons. These plastics are 86% carbon by weight, non-biodegradable, and a major component of the world's landfills. If produced by the method described herein, each ton of carbon in the plastic would represent 3.67 tons of CO.sub.2 removed from the atmosphere, stored within useful products, and ultimately sequestered in commercial landfills. Furthermore, the present method of carbon capture and storage is inherently market friendly and builds on existing manufacturing infrastructure.
The CCS method of the present invention also produces bio-based gasoline, hydrogen, and basic chemicals.
WYY spoke about DOD and mobile yesterday...I wonder if they are working on this.