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soontostray 183 posts  |  Last Activity: 12 hours ago Member since: Jul 31, 2001
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  • soontostray soontostray 12 hours ago Flag

    You seem intent on making this about you and me......and not so much about Integral and Electriplast.

    I think it is important to keep the record straight. A copy of a "patent application" filed with an international IP data base is not a patent, nor is it even a legitimate patent application until it is filed with the USPTO. That`s not my rule....it`s simple reality.

    But hey, thank`s for thinking about me. Your concerns, although unwarranted, have not gone unnoticed. Ha, ha, ha.

    Not A Stranger

  • soontostray soontostray 14 hours ago Flag

    Make up your mind, will you. I haven`t forgotten anything, your post that began all this was posted as a "New Topic", not a response to one of my questions.

    And by the way, more smoke and mirrors exposed..... all those "Where`s Delphi" posts were posted by soontostray and only soontostray.

    Not A Stranger

  • soontostray soontostray 14 hours ago Flag

    From the WIPO web site, FAQ`s:

    WIPO and patents

    What role does WIPO play with regards to patents?

    WIPO works to develop a balanced and effective international intellectual property (IP) system, a key part of which is dedicated to patents. WIPO’s member states collaborate in various areas, including on agreeing the treaties and conventions that underpin the international IP system and that make the global exchange of creativity and innovation possible. The IP services that WIPO offers, such as the facilitation of international patent protection under the PCT System, complement services available at the national and/or regional level. It’s important to remember that WIPO does not actually grant patents per se; the grant or refusal of a patent still rests with the relevant national or regional patent office.

    "relevant national or regional patent office". For our purposes, that would be the USPTO.

    Not A Stranger

  • soontostray soontostray 15 hours ago Flag

    Smoke and mirrors....I don`t remember asking a question.

    "Useless information....can never become a patent." Does that sound like a question?

    Sorry, "published as" is not "issued as". This is an international IP database. They do not issue patents.

    For this "application" to ever become a real patent, it has to be applied for through the USPTO. That has not been done yet according to the USPTO database. That`s my only point, my only point, and it`s not a question.

    If Delphi doesn`t think they need to patent this "Connector Backshell", that`s their choice. Hey, they know it`s worth better than any of us.

    Not A Stranger

  • soontostray soontostray 18 hours ago Flag

    Must be from another another google search. USPTO application document identifiers require an 11 digit number.

    2014074245 not found in USPTO database. Never made it past Google. Useless information....can never become a patent.

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    East Penn Patent

    by steve.steve85 Oct 22, 2014 6:57 PM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 22, 2014 9:36 PM Flag

    Wah, wah, wah. Here`s a virtual towel.

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    East Penn Applications

    by steve.steve85 Oct 18, 2014 2:14 PM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 22, 2014 7:05 PM Flag

    While reams of information exist for both Electriplast and East Penn, I can find nothing that ties Electriplast directly or specifically to any East Penn product. Not wanting to speculate if such information does exist could anyone enlighten me or point me in a direction I seem to have missed?

    TIA

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    Deferred Revenue, continued

    by soontostray Oct 20, 2014 10:21 PM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 22, 2014 12:20 AM Flag

    If you have a problem with WHAT I posted.....bring it on.

    Otherwise, don`t waste my time.

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    New products announced

    by nite.billy Oct 20, 2014 9:13 AM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 21, 2014 9:48 PM Flag

    Gibberish. Kool-ade for the dim witted.

    "These materials keep Integral well in front of the industry performance curve."

    Keep?? Seems to indicate they were "in front" to begin with. So without a single production sale, without a single product containing Electriplast in the marketplace, and after 12 years of failed commercialization efforts, Integral is claiming to be the industry performance leader?

    And the lemmings want you to grab your wallets and follow them. Ha, ha, ha.

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    New products announced

    by nite.billy Oct 20, 2014 9:13 AM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 21, 2014 9:15 PM Flag

    You`re clueless, but...........who cares!!

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    New products announced

    by nite.billy Oct 20, 2014 9:13 AM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 21, 2014 5:59 PM Flag

    Too bad, so sad. It`s probably sitting in a dead letter bin in Waldport. I`m assuming you didn`t put a return address on it. Our postmaster and I figured out a long time ago how to identify stalker mail from you and your ilk. All found are intercepted and returned to sender.

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    Deferred Revenue, continued

    by soontostray Oct 20, 2014 10:21 PM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 21, 2014 5:25 PM Flag

    "Crystal" !!

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    Deferred Revenue, continued

    by soontostray Oct 20, 2014 10:21 PM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 21, 2014 5:19 PM Flag

    A 12 year old "replacement" technology seems more like apples and oranges to me. Every single application patent in Integral`s touted IP collection has a metal equivalent already in use in the marketplace. I don`t see a new drug. I see possibly a smaller or cheaper pill to replace an existing drug.

    How does an 8 year old commercialization effort square with "trying to develop"?

    Just my 2 cent from the other side of the coin.

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    Delivering Measurable Results

    by soontostray Oct 19, 2014 1:39 PM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 21, 2014 5:04 PM Flag

    "When we asked", it says.

    WE?? It`s important to note that the guy that wrote that article (WE) for the Company Corner three years ago was the Director of Corporate Communications. Yep, Doug Bathauer.

    So Doug,

    What happened to that prototype?

    What happened to that upcoming European automobile?

    In 2012 Renault launched an electric vehicle using LG Chem batteries
    In 2012 Volvo launched an electric vehicle using LG Chem batteries
    (LG Chem also boasts of ongoing automotive battery contracts with GM, Ford, and Hyundai/Kia.)

    And what happened to LG Chem?

    Here`s a couple of things that have happened to LG Chem recently:

    Headline:
    North America’s Largest Battery Energy Storage System Now Operational


    Seoul, Korea – September 24, 2014 – LG Chem has successfully delivered and commissioned the largest battery system installed in North America, a 32 MWh battery energy storage system in Tehachapi, CA.


    Headline:
    September 2014 - LG Chem to supply batteries to Germany’s biggest ESS project


    LG Chem has been selected as the supplier to deliver 10.8MWh lithium-ion batteries for Energiequelle’s energy storage project in Feldheim, the largest in Germany. The batteries that LG Chem will be installing into Energiequelle’s microgrid are capable of providing electricity to about 2,000 households a day within the local region of Feldheim.

    All that three year old low hanging fruit ......so the last "what happened to" obviously belongs to Doug Bathauer and Integral`s Seoul Sales Office.

    Not A Stranger

  • soontostray by soontostray Oct 20, 2014 10:21 PM Flag

    According to the latest 10K, Note 14:

    As of June 30, 2014, the total remaining deferred revenue is.....$470,833. That just happens to be $29,167 short of the $500,000 claimed Hanwha "gift". Hmmm, that number seems familiar.

    Oh yea, that`s the total revenue the company has reported in the last 8 years. Finally something measurable. Ha, ha, ha. Begs the question, why only report $29,167?

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    Delivering Measurable Results

    by soontostray Oct 19, 2014 1:39 PM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 20, 2014 9:53 PM Flag

    Show me the link.

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    Delivering Measurable Results

    by soontostray Oct 19, 2014 1:39 PM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 20, 2014 6:39 PM Flag

    Sorry HLP, have never said I sold at $8.25. Show me a link, loser. A whole link, not just some cut and paste.

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    New products announced

    by nite.billy Oct 20, 2014 9:13 AM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 20, 2014 4:54 PM Flag

    So you agree, these data sheets are pretty much useless (That was the "whoopee" part) and are no indicator of what the industry standard is now.

    And then there is the companies industry leading IP(in numbers only). 54 patents sitting in a file in a strip mall in Bellingham, Wa. Not a single one with a product available in the marketplace....after 12 years of commercialization efforts. Double whoopee!!

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    Delivering Measurable Results

    by soontostray Oct 19, 2014 1:39 PM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 20, 2014 4:35 PM Flag

    So did you expect that I bought in at ZERO???? My cost basis was $1.12. Subtract that from the $6.80 that I sold at and divide that in half(50%) and you`ll get something very near $2.86.

    Get a life......oh and thank`s for the link, bozo.

    Not A Stranger

  • Reply to

    SOONTO STRAY GO-PRO IS ON BACKWARDS!!!!!!

    by raymondjonker Oct 20, 2014 3:32 PM
    soontostray soontostray Oct 20, 2014 4:28 PM Flag

    There is good reason mankind is the premier species on the planet. Besides our ability to grasp....which we share with a few other species, we learned very early that if we recorded our history it would help us to LEARN FROM OUR MISTAKES!!!

    Get your head out of the sand, gomer.

    Not A Stranger

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