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notneklip 12 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 8, 2015 1:51 PM Member since: Oct 20, 2005
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  • notneklip notneklip Jan 8, 2015 1:51 PM Flag

    "Wasn't there a time when 3m had an interest in or discussions with Nanologix along with Dupont and others?"

    There was at least one investor who attended the last shareholders meeting way back in '09 who claimed to hear talk during the meeting of 3M and some other companies. Don't know whatever happened after all that big talk but here are a couple excerpts from separate posts on this board mentioning 3M back then by someone under the alias nyckenm:

    "I wanted to post my observations from the shareholder's meeting. I chose to attend the meeting since I have a significant number of shares bought below .10 cents. I felt that my attending the meeting was proper due diligence. Furthermore, as a surgeon who often deals with limb-threatening infections, I felt that I would have an apporpriate background to speak with the scientists and further analyze the technology. I was very happy to have attended since the meeting confirmed my decision to hold all of my shares and continue to add to my position.

    My observations:

    1. NNLX has standing orders of 1000s of BNP kits per week. Customers are REPEAT customers, which means they like the kits. Customers include Proctor and Gamble, 3M, Batelle and Becton-Dickinson. These are all giant companies."

    " NNLX entered the production phase with excellent feedback from major companies. As discussed in the shareholder's meeting, NNLX has standing orders from REPEAT customers. These customers include Proctor and Gamble, 3M, etc. They realized the significance of the Batelle paper and the industry response."

    Yeah, how could such big talk have led to so little in reported sales over 5 years later?

  • Reply to

    Just heard

    by rayludwiczak Dec 28, 2014 11:16 AM
    notneklip notneklip Dec 29, 2014 10:27 AM Flag

    "Feds give emergency approval to new Ebola testing kit for Americans"

    As reported in the WSJ, Roche just announced it got an Ebola test approved by the FDA.

  • Reply to

    Good news!

    by warfield1111 Dec 19, 2014 12:08 PM
    notneklip notneklip Dec 23, 2014 3:54 PM Flag

    "Makes sense to me why we are trading at 3 cents!

    Ball is in Mr. Barnhizer's court.

    No complaining ...... leaders don't do that!"

    And posers talk big but then don't deliver. Instead, they make excuses, claim to be misunderstood and hide behind scapegoats.

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    Reaction to financials

    by selectequities101 Dec 3, 2014 2:00 PM
    notneklip notneklip Dec 8, 2014 9:01 AM Flag

    " It started out with confident disdain, then turned into all out panic in the form of facing their buttocks toward the screen and spray painting it with refuse, figuratively speaking, as there wasn't the sell off they expected."

    Attaboy! Very interesting scatalogical hyperbole that is more accurately telling of the author's character than of whomever he was trying to lampoon.

    So Barnhizer has gone from being way behind on disclosing quarterly financials to only being a quarter or two late. This only continues a scattershot pattern of disclosure that leaves the public trying to guess when future numbers will be released and when Barnhizer will actually start posting quarterly numbers in a dependably timely fashion.

    Just what information was he trying to keep under wraps? Is the stock really in better shape because of that long-running opacity? I know the true believers declare whatever he does to be the correct thing but even some of them have to now be asking themselves, at a nickle, how much of the long pps slide is directly attributable to the activities and decisions of the company instead of due to some far-fetched conspiracy organized by a deep-pocketed cabal of people wanting NNLX to fail.

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    Standard GBS Screening ?

    by omarhatesyou Nov 26, 2014 7:11 AM
    notneklip notneklip Nov 28, 2014 12:34 PM Flag

    "Why is this guy still on the Our team page ? It's end of 2014 and it's clear the standard for GBS screening didn't include our( we have one ?) near 15 minute test at time of labor test ?"

    I believe Barnhizer places a lot of emphasis on word count and rambling commentary when it comes to those more recent "Our Team" bios. Also, if CEO competencies were positively correlated with the length of their personal bios posted on company websites, Barnhizer would be right at the top of the heap.

    And to the extent that those "Our Team" bios contain stale expectations or unrelated info, again, Barnhizer has excelled. Take a look at this tidbit included in Faro's write-up:
    Upon rejoining the NanoLogix Scientific Advisory Board, Dr. Faro said:

    "I am excited to be rejoining the scientific advisory board. I am looking forward to the build out of our new laboratory adjacent to our clinic offices at Woman's Hospital..."

    **Our** new laboratory adjacent to **our** clinic offices at Woman's Hospital? Doesn't this give readers the impression NNLX has a company lab and offices in Houston? Is this true or just Faro blathering about his own practice? Is Faro even using BNP in his practice? If not why not? If so, how's it going?

    Of course, readers also take note of the important developments included in the centrally placed homepage Company Operations Summary...circa April 2013. And that Reuters Report video is even more dated. No wonder if potential investors are less than positively impressed by this company's progress and prospects based on what is and is not included on the website.

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    Coming up on 3 years !!

    by omarhatesyou Nov 24, 2014 2:33 AM
    notneklip notneklip Nov 26, 2014 12:39 PM Flag

    "It would be far more informative to shareholders to see the financial results for the past 2 years...specifically the amount of cash on hand. Then all would know if they could afford the $30K to have a virtual meeting."

    It's understandable for cash-strapped companies that have yet to get commercial traction after many years to pinch pennies. However, it's a false dichotomy, IMO, to assert Barnhizer can't even stand before shareholders virtually in a public forum without NNLX incurring substantial costs.

    Along with regular reporting of financials, how about a conference call? Most real public companies hold these occasionally if not quarterly. These have much less cost involved and would allow Barnhizer the opportunity to publicly answer (or not) shareholder questions and provide a degree of transparency more closely approximating what is expected of established public companies.

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    Revenue goals ?

    by omarhatesyou Nov 23, 2014 7:55 AM
    notneklip notneklip Nov 24, 2014 8:22 AM Flag

    "For all we know Omar Nanologix could be profitable right now, this year, 2014 .......... no one knows but a select few."

    Wrong. If "we" thinks this company is profitable at this time, then "we" is seriously detached from reality. If "we" did even a modest amount of DD, to include reading prior statements from Barnhizer, then it would be clear the company still has a long way to go before becoming profitable.

    IMO, even if NNLX was to announce a partnership/license deal with a reputable and substantial partner in the near future, it would still be **at least** a year before this company would be turning a profit on sales of its proprietary dx tech. Real validation and product acceptance will still take some time. IOW, 2016 can now be looked as the next possible 2009.

    And for those who conveniently forgot how 2009 was being set-up, here is an excerpt from the 2008 Vindy article:
    "The company’s progress as yet hasn’t impressed investors. The company’s stock is trading for about 6 cents a share, less than half its value a year ago. Barnhizer owns 5 percent of the company’s stock.

    The stock doesn’t meet the financial requirements to trade on a large stock exchange. It is among the thinly traded stocks that are known as over-the-counter stocks, with transactions being handled by brokers.

    But Barnhizer has plans for rapid expansion. He has production equipment on order because a customer intends to order 7,000 testing kits a week. He declined to identify the customer but said it has multibillion-dollar revenues.

    Barnhizer plans to begin production in December with four additional workers churning out 8,000 kits a week. He and his landlord are working on locating production at the current site."

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    by nanofanboyyeahbaby Nov 11, 2014 1:14 PM
    notneklip notneklip Nov 13, 2014 10:28 AM Flag

    " Cepheid (CPHD) today announced that it has been awarded a grant of up to $3.3 million co-financed by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop Xpert® Ebola,..."

    How can this be??? Wasn't the pumper site all abuzz a couple months ago about some sketchy LinkedIn connection between Barnhizer and senior folks at the Gates Foundation. Or is it that maybe no one but the uberfaithful take NNLX seriously based solely on vague PRs about it intentions to do certain things and insufficiently validated technology?

  • Reply to

    Congratulations to Ray

    by omarhatesyou Nov 9, 2014 12:14 AM
    notneklip notneklip Nov 10, 2014 11:36 AM Flag

    "Remember 'ol Lockshed? Lot of empty salt shakers after Machiavelli's long winded ramblings."

    I have little doubt that Sean is still among us. Lots of aliases come and go on this board but the lower number of actual people behind them much less so. It's especially humorous to know how some of the uber-faithful have been alias-hopping to keep Barnhizer from figuring out the actual people behind some of the crazy-talk that gets posted here supposedly in support of the company and/or the CEO.

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    Update on N-Assay (V) for rapid virus detection

    by shabby47 Oct 29, 2014 11:42 AM
    notneklip notneklip Oct 29, 2014 1:51 PM Flag

    "This update is related to the Press Release issued by NanoLogix 14 October 2014"

    Is the info you posted on the website as a new update or from a private email or received through some other channel? The rest reads like something from the company or its CEO. Sources matter.

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    by dhw1776 Oct 27, 2014 2:27 PM
    notneklip notneklip Oct 27, 2014 3:18 PM Flag

    There continues to be coverage of numerous Ebola detection methods that look to be promising. This morning the BBC covered another method that uses "DNA-programmed blotting paper" and whose developers claim can work in 30 mins,; at very little cost; and in non-laboratory environments found in many areas of developing countries.

    Here are some excerpts:
    "DNA-programmed blotting paper could soon be giving doctors a simple disease test that will reveal an infection in 30 minutes for just a few pence...
    The smart diagnostics use a soup of biological ingredients including the genetic material RNA.

    The researchers say this can be freeze-dried and preserved on ordinary paper.

    Team leader Jim Collins, who has joint appointments at Boston and Harvard Universities, says the biological powder can be reactivated by simply adding water, like living powdered soup...

    Jim Collins is a leading pioneer in the field of synthetic biology, whose 2000 paper showing genetic circuits could be created in the same way as electronic circuits can be programmed, helped launch the discipline.

    Since then, synthetic biology has become a powerful tool in fundamental biology, with researchers hacking the genetic programmes of microbes to study their life processes, or give them the power to compute using logic like a digital processor...

    Their Ebola test is not suitable for use in the epidemic areas at the moment, Collins emphasises, but it would be simple to devise one that is.

    The arrays of programmed paper dots would be easy to mass produce. Lingchong You envisions an "entire fabrication process carried out by computer-aided circuit design, robotics-mediated assembly of circuits, and printing onto paper."

    And price is not the only consideration. Collins points out the freeze-dried circuits are stable at room temperature. In large parts of the world where electricity is unreliable, or there are no refrigerators, this would be a particular advantage."

  • Reply to

    Guys, Guys, Guys.....

    by polyfilm396 Oct 25, 2014 8:11 PM
    notneklip notneklip Oct 27, 2014 11:29 AM Flag

    "Within a day I got a call from BB. It was heated. During that call I was told (paraphrasing) to ". . . sell your shares then you stupid ****er". I did the next day at about $.18. Best advice I ever got from BB."

    As previously posted, I got a call similar in tone from his royal heightness one Saturday morning. My advice to anyone else who may find themselves potentially on the receiving end of some Barnhizer bluster is to politely interrupt him and tell him you will be recording the phone call. Don't shout back at him; don't trade profane language.

    Although in my case he didn't want to continue the "conversation" after that-- instead abruptly ending the phone call with a farewell F-bomb-- I figure he could benefit from practice speaking when his words are indisputable. He also wouldn't later have to worry about being misquoted as has allegedly happened in some past articles. Looking forward, maybe someday he will also hold a public conference call for shareholders, prospective investors and analysts during which he may face some uncomfortable questions he will have to deal with in a more calm tone than he may use in private.

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