posted on Oct, 12 2017 @ 11:25 AM
originally posted by: JimOberg
If you plan to invest money you ought to read the fine print in the stock offering, quoted here --
That seems about right. If this revolutionary technology is ‘out there for all to benefit’, it seems the sunk cost TDL would incur would be
recouped in a hand-over-fist manner. Why do they need other people’s money? I get the old adage in business parlance: never use your own money.
His pitch seems to speak for itself: it’s a business and not some altruistic endeavor to unshackle humanity from hydrocarbons.
If Robert Bigelow is banking on inflatable technology to create habitable environments in space, given his life-long fascination with UAPs/ETs/etc, I
think it’s safe to say we are an extremely long way from harnessing ‘zero-point energy’.
I had a cautiously optimistic view on TDL’s efforts, but this non-announcement coupled with his soliciting of monies drove the nail in his
It’s not that I don’t believe some of his assembled team ‘have the goods’, but rather his team has corner pieces of this egnimatic puzzle and
are don’t feel compelled to work for free. Family has to eat. Bills have to be paid. It’s a dog and pony show and having the corner pieces
doesn’t unlock the puzzle anymore than the mistaken fireball swarms illuminate the big picture.
P.S. Nice work with your analysis of the Dutch airliner catching the anamolous sighting (until the Chinese confirm it was a targeted intercept of an
ICBM or whatever military exercise, I suppose it’s an anamolous sighting) over China. Anything new on that front? Bang-up job.