a reply to: BloodBrother
Exxon evaluating blocks in Indonesia. Blocks I control? Wow!
This is very interesting. Thank you for this.
Its news to me... and so, I'm wondering what's going on.
Actually, I was wondering what Yusef Merukh, owner of the coal fields mentioned, was doing these days. I'll have to give him a call to find out
what's up with using my company in this way.
Basically, I signed a letter of intent, as Sugico Mok Energy, back in 2006 with Merukh Enterprises, owner of these fields, to make use of them as
solar collector sites, to reclaim them along lines described here.
I was selling oil futures on the Singapore exchange to fund a $16 billion project to make 600,000 barrels per day of crude oil from sunlight rainfall
and coal waste at $8.57 per barrel. ASTM changed the rules for testing crude oil that the futures markets used world wide to independently determine
merchantability. They excluded coal derived liquids from testing! This derailed the deal since there was no accepted test. However, Merukh and
Sugico in Sumatra, still used my plans to convert coal fields into solar collector sites as a way to reclaim old surface mines. I gave them that for
their support through this process.
I'm still sitting on the rights, waiting for the markets to accept coal derived liquids again, so I can move forward with 100 GW per year solar panel
I did the Indonesian deal after an attempt to do a similar deal in the USA in 2004 was derailed by - guess who? ExxonMobil!
Fact is, I'm a competitor of ExxonMobil and a real threat since making more oil from coal than conventional oil is left in the world at $8.57 per
barrel would bankrupt ExxonMobil immediately because their cost of production is $70 per barrel and going up!
Damn! I just looked, Dr. Merukh died in 2011.
Yet is still listed as chairman of his company in 2014!!
So, that's sad and weird. But par for the course in Indonesia, where anything goes!
I'll have to talk to Gustaff, his son about all of this. I'm certain he's still in control of the land and this will come as a surprise to him.
haha - if not, it won't come as a surprise that Coal Bed Methane was not part of the deal - so, again, thank you for this bit of sleuthing!
BloodBrother wrote: "Posted by someone connected to the oil industry who is creating controversy and doubt so that the evidence is ignored and
I guess I don't understand how you get that out of me saying, "So, after looking at Judy's videos, which I recommend, I started wondering how
'they' coulda done it?"
My only connection with the oil industry is to put them out of business by making oil so cheap, their reserves are worthless.
I also said several times in my post, I'm not anti-free energy by any means. I am merely thinking about how it might be done without free energy,
since I know more about nano-bots than free energy. Though I am aware of my friend Robert Forward's 1984 paper in Nature about tapping zero point
energy - which has a lot of similarities to some stated free energy devices. I'm not saying this can work, I haven't done my homework on that.
I'm only saying that there's more thing in heaven and Earth than dreamed of in physics class.
BloodBrother wrote: "In the development of these blocks, ExxonMobil works with Sugico Mok Energy Corp., which owns 51 percent stake in the working
And provides this link:
Well Sugico does have rights over these areas - as solar collector sites - if they are to be developed as coal bed methane, I would have to approve
Alright, Merukh, in my name, has sold 'exploration blocks'. Had they wanted to develop those blocks, they would have gotten serious money, and a
deal, which they now claim they would have approached me about.
As the article says, "Indonesia needs investment of $505 million to build CBM production facilities up to 2014." Well, they haven't gotten a dime
afaict, since they're not developing anything on those sites.
The article also says, "The government is targeting CBM production to reach a minimum of 500 MMSCFD in 2015, the report said."
Well, sure, they're targeting that, but they're not putting in money, and neither is ExxonMobil afaict.
haha... I will tell you, if I were do a coal bed methane project across thousands of hectares in Borneo, I wouldn't be worrying about nanobots and
dustification. I'm just saying. I have spare time because I'm doing substantially smaller projects these days - and have awakened to the fact that
9/11 was an inside job - and wanted to share my thoughts on the subject.
Actually, I've posted more about UFOs recently than this.
I need to talk to Gustaff to see how much money they got for the exploration rights... they might have written me, my address has changed since
Sugico Mok was filed in Ohio in 2008.
That filing will expire this month. So that's interesting this came up now.
If you check the records in Ohio, the company hasn't filed any tax returns since it has been inactive following the ASTM ruling in 2006.
BloodBrother asks, "Why didn't you post Dr. Wood’s "violently worded abusive" reply to your email Mr. Mook?"
Because I felt it wouldn't benefit anyone and I was uncomfortable doing that. Besides, I wanted to discuss with someone the idea that
self-replicating goo might have been weaponized for this purpose. Not bring up personal #. She said horrific things about me in very violent prose,
and that didn't reflect well on her or me. Quite literally, I said thank you for the work you do. That was it. I included a copy of an e-mail I
sent to a friend analyzing her video as an attachment.
In this venue I did however, want to explore this possibility of self-replicating nanobots as a possible method of 'dustification'.
I have said, and will continue to say, that Ms. Wood is spot on in her conclusion that a 'cold' directed energy weapon was used. No matter how it
was done. Records show only 84% of the steel was recovered, and less than 20% of the concrete afaict, though I'm still toting up trucks of trash
It seems something was operating that caused that stuff to 'dustify'. The only reason I'm not talking about free energy devices and methods of
reducing the energy requirement involving free energy is that I know nothing about that stuff. So, I'll leave it to others that do.
That doesn't preclude me from talking about the stuff I do know about.
Low Energy Nuclear Reactions could cause things to fall apart. Nanobots could use Low Energy Nuclear Reactions perhaps. However, Low Energy Nuclear
Reactions will not cause a lightweight aluminium airliner to cut through steel cladding on the side of a skyscraper forming a perfect silhouette on
the side of the building, even the wingtips cut through several inches of steel! Ms. Wood points this out in her talk and then asks, there are people
standing around the opening, where's the plane? Nanobots ate it I figure!
The only reason