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primenumerist 1285 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 21, 2015 6:49 PM Member since: Aug 10, 2004
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  • primenumerist by primenumerist Mar 29, 2005 8:43 PM Flag

    For those CC drama junkies who need their early morning fix as well as IMX's passion play in the afternoon.

    Try this one:

    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., March 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Corgentech Inc. (Nasdaq: CGTK - News) will host a webcast teleconference Wednesday, March 30, 2005 at 8:30 a.m. Eastern Time to review top-line results from PREVENT IV, a Phase 3 clinical trial testing edifoligide (E2F Decoy) for the treatment of coronary artery bypass graft failure.

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    OSIS (Rapiscans) product offerings

    by elitecrete1 Mar 29, 2005 4:16 PM
    primenumerist primenumerist Mar 29, 2005 9:03 PM Flag

    Hey Elite, when you post can you try to avoid too much brevity and concision? Inciteful has this habit of being just too short winded. You guys coming over from the INVN board need to talk it up more.

  • primenumerist by primenumerist Jun 23, 2008 9:53 AM Flag

    I was reading this on another board about the magic of the number 300 during early trading. That was this mornings trade on this stock.

    .....The New Scam
    The individual investor must know that there are now 1000s of "Investor relations" firms who are no such thing. What these firms do is they get paid to promote a stock and they do so regardless of the stock's worth. In addition they pay people to go all over the internet and on popular stocks forums and eLists to either promote or bash a stock.

    Market Makers Scams
    Many market makers and organized clubs also get paid to manipulate stocks. In the case of a Market Maker, if they get a client who pays them to accumulate a particular stock at a certain price then the Market Maker will work either alone or in concert with other Market Makers to bring down the price of a stock in order for them to be able to accumulate the stock for their client. The only way to stop such devious practices is for individual investors to hold on to their stock if they have it and to support the stock by submitting their stocks as hot picks on here and for other investors to support the hot pick with their sentiments and/or recommendations. One would think that the SEC would put a stop to these Market Makers' practices but you see, the SEC is a mafia style organization whose top brass is in bed with the big players. For example, "shorting" a stock is equal to "defamation of character" and such practices must not be allowed at all. When you see an order for 300 shares, 600 shares or 900 shares know this: those are market maker signals to one another to manipulate the stock. 300 means bring the price down at least 30% and 600 means provide resistance and 900 means let the stock float. You will usually see these trades early in the day, many times pre-market and when the volume slows down or around 1:30 - 2:30 PM EST

    Then the organized clubs come into play. Several such clubs will list a company's stock on other exchanges without the company's permission and knowledge. The most popular one this year is listing the stocks of companies on the Berlin Stock Exchange where they can short the stock into the ground. Here read this Press release These organized clubs also pay people to go on Yahoo! boards and RagingBull and others to either bash or pump stocks. In recent months they have even managed to convince some RagingBull people to trash the stock UCSY which happens to be a very good value stock and no sane person would want to bash it unless they are paid to do so.

    The PennyStocksMaster

  • That is the only way that our billion dollars of full body scanners are going to be worth anything.

    The pundits say that the full body scanners can see anything on the body over and over again! They CANT see underneath a body flap!!! Like a belly flap, morbid cellulite, flacid "members", major neck folds, triple chins, major horizontal cracks etc. etc.

    Why stick something inside the body when all you need is a little body fat?

    Cocaine smugglers don't do this because they are afraid of sniffing devices and animals that WORK. Besides they know that you can't stuff more than 100 grams of cocaine under a body flap easily making that approach not very cost effective - for cocaine smuggling.


    If body sensors had more sense they would turn themselves off too.

    Body Scanners won't work for small low density items:


    If body sensors had more sense they would turn themselves off too.

    Body Scanners won't work for small low density items:

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    Best Body Scanners shown in Video

    by primenumerist Jan 6, 2010 6:23 PM
    primenumerist primenumerist Jan 7, 2010 9:33 PM Flag


    Body scanners won't detect anything hidden UNDER body folds like a big circumferential belly flap totaling perhaps 100 grams usable payload or large breasts totaling perhaps 100 grams usable payload.

    Does anybody here seriously think that a filled box 4 centimeters by 6 centimeters by 2 centimeters tall and taped under a womans sizable d cup breast is going to be picked up by anything ASEI sells?

    The solution of course is to use both good sniffer technology and backscatter and metallic scanners. Backscatter for large nonmetallics like ceramic knives and guns. You still need the metallic scanners for picking up metallic guns hiding under large body flaps.

    And above all you need profiling the Israeli way.

  • Reply to

    Defentect is needed at all ports & airports....

    by fivexshot Feb 12, 2010 2:51 PM
    primenumerist primenumerist Feb 19, 2010 3:31 PM Flag

    The only way the SLNH sensor can detect PETN is through vapor given off by the PETN and the sensitivity will be terrible compared to more typical systems already on the market.

    A much better way to detect is with Implant Sciences non contact trace detection systems.

    Of course the further you are away from the source the much much much more difficult it is to pick up acetone and other vapors. That is why the Defentect approach is no valid for trace detection of PETN vapors.

    The IMSC systems are non contact, handheld and will shortly be sold all over the U.S. and are already selling all over the world.

    At 35 cents and very low float and a recent order from India valued at more than the company is currently worth - IMSC is the buy of the century for PETN detection or any other type of trace detection.

    Defentect is very good for radiation but terrible for picking up PETN on people or in packages.

    I wish I had a bit of CASH to invest in Splinternet but alas it is all in IMSC.

  • primenumerist primenumerist Nov 1, 2010 1:08 PM Flag

    Radical Islam does not care if we are red or blue, homo or hetero, they just want our heads or at the very least Sharia everywhere. Wanting Sharia everywhere is also a sentiment of even moderate Islam but fortunately they don't want our heads.

  • primenumerist primenumerist May 11, 2011 10:45 AM Flag

    Forget Anse Intendance! I will be starting up a penny stock review site called "The Prime Humorist"

    It is where all of the idiots that invest in penny stocks will need to get their Primary information on a range of penny and sub penny stocks. We expect to be at the forefront of the new Nano penny stocks issued by implantable under the skin yet still easy to remove micro-corporations designed to take over the day to day decision making of virtually every aspect of your body. You may have heard that Apple is making moves in that direction with a new startup called "SeedzZ".

    The exception will those that have or will be investing in Implant Sciences. We will make sure those idiots are refered to Anse Intendance Investors!

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    Just for fun

    by whurracen May 13, 2011 8:34 PM
    primenumerist primenumerist May 14, 2011 10:16 PM Flag

    Way off. Their ionizer is nonradioactive and they have patent pendings improving even on that. Then they will be well supplied with miniature detector capability. These two things mean a city like New York or Chicago could buy 1000 detectors at around 10K$each and put them throughout the city including on buses and trains. This means that any company or city anywhere in the world will be able to detector array for explosives, radioactives, and drugs. IMSC I am sure will get the software needed to make the network easy to use. I can't imagine IMSC not planning on detecting radioactives and they are planning on detecting drugs. This is a completely new product (that I am guessing they are working on at bench level) for a world that will increasingly need what IMSC will by uniquely able to supply.

    5 years = 80$ per share at least. 2 years = 40$ per share.

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    SEC Filing at 4:39pm today

    by fibthree May 16, 2011 4:58 PM
    primenumerist primenumerist May 16, 2011 11:34 PM Flag

    Hyphenated systems are not a requirement for DHS orders. These systems use IMSC's patents for using multiple detection technologies to minimize false readings. When they do create this product it may not have any competition and might be the only one the DHS would consider buying. Even more of a reason to buy and hold.

    Repeat: Hyphenated systems are not a requirement for DHS orders - in my opinion. Read the patents they put on their site.

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    Not acting the best here today

    by whurracen May 17, 2011 3:15 PM
    primenumerist primenumerist May 17, 2011 5:39 PM Flag

    It could also be perspicacious longs selling into news and buying back with a 15% or so decline. Do that enough times and if you are very lucky you can double the number of shares you have for the same price.

    I thought about doing that like everybody else here but it is much easier to just relax and sell in a couple of years.

    Somebody with a lot of shares and "insight" could easily double the count with little risk especially as the stock gets ever more mobile.

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    by pryshlk May 19, 2011 1:09 PM
    primenumerist primenumerist May 19, 2011 2:14 PM Flag

    What will happen is as soon as they get the 150 replacement on the market and TSA approval their will be an explosion of innovation, patents, licensing, alliances, partnerships and grant announcements over the next few years. That combined with new orders, name change, exchange change, another NAZ party, new markets penetrations, will mean they will have to hire a public relations officer just to get the word out.

    Taser tasered just on one product then tanked tumultuously. Tasering will happen here but not the tanking thank God.

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    Take your protein pills

    by imx_watcher May 19, 2011 11:23 AM
    primenumerist primenumerist May 19, 2011 3:11 PM Flag

    Why keep comparing IMSC to Invision? A better comparison is with Taser.

    Size, novelty, customer appeal, right place at right time, shockingly good technology, PR frequency - all link IMSC and TASR.

    80 million in revenue will mean 23$ per share for IMSC and not $1.38.

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    Take your protein pills

    by imx_watcher May 19, 2011 11:23 AM
    primenumerist primenumerist May 19, 2011 5:57 PM Flag

    Mometary investor desperation to take a position with IMSC before it is "always" too late.

    Who cares about fundamentals with a company like IMSC that can save the civilized world from obliteration.

    Common sense flies out the window.

    IMSC is a reverse Black Swan. Or maybe a black swan with a white hat - on.

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    Looks Like Safran/Morpho Are Next Door Now

    by chrisdunkin47 May 22, 2011 9:38 AM
    primenumerist primenumerist May 22, 2011 1:31 PM Flag

    This conversation is so shallow. IMSC is the premier trace detection "technology" company. Now they are fast becoming the premier TD marketing company throughout the world. They are enveloping the competition. They also span the range from micro to large detection technologies. The local companies are knocking on IMSC's door to stand in line for licensing agreements not to buy IMSC.

    They have only to add radiation detection to their lineup and then the phase change will be complete.

    Where is TD when you need him to offer some focused but typically way off base analysis to counter?

  • primenumerist primenumerist May 23, 2011 3:21 PM Flag

    I think that y'all keep neglecting the importance of the IMSC aquisition of Ion Metrics. IMSC has IMS - ion mobility spectroscopy - Ion Metrics has miniature mass spec.

    That aquisition could represent half of IMSC's future value over the next few years.

    It also the source of where they are getting their "orthogonal" approaches to minimizing false readings and increasing sensitivity and miniaturization approaches in general.

    I also think Y'all are selling a few shares here and there to increase your stakes since you have second mortgaged your houses and don't have any more money to invest or your wives won't give you any more. This is what drives down the price after every news release. So easy to do but what will happen is you will be 25% out of the game when the big news hits and then you lose all your gains. All I can say is sit on it for a few years and relax.

  • IMSC keeps talking about SENSORS. Perhaps you guys already know what that means..... It means that they will be going after a multimillion perhaps billion dollar market nobody is even discussing and they have not announced any sales for. If they keep putting "sensors" in their headlines don't you think they will be trying to sell sensors and not just the two "SYSTEMS" they are currently advertising?? This is a HUGE and completely differentiated market from selling "systems".

    Who would possibily want these "sensors" and for what reason? owned by IMSC

    Implant Sciences Corporation (OTCQB: IMSC) (Pinksheets:IMSC - News), a high technology supplier of systems and SENSORS for homeland security markets, today announced two orders totaling $329,000

    Speculate on "sensors" for a change - all this system talk is getting so boring.

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    How can the BS Q 220 be used to screen passengers?

    by henrigoimx May 26, 2011 12:32 PM
    primenumerist primenumerist May 27, 2011 12:54 PM Flag

    It could be that this 220 is very TSA approvable by design.

    IMSC had some kind of desk top system briefly on their website late at night like a Fata Morgana drifting over a foggy coastline - around 1 year ago.

    That system had a vortex handheld device that could be what will be an attachment to the 220 "later".

    Perhaps the ticket to get TSA approval is to keep things simple but still a distinct improvement over the competition.

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