posted on Mar, 21 2012 @ 10:00 PM
So update! I just got an email from the "Weyland Corp." It reads: "Valued Shareholder, Thank you for your interest in the investment
opportunities offered by Weyland Corporation. Submitted for your consideration, Weylend Industries most recent financial information is now available
at weylandindustries.com. The information is current as of this quarter and covers progress on Weyland Industries en devours including but not
limited to our ongoing cybernetic program, terraforming activities, and Project Prometheus.
So following the link to weylandindustries.com: the page reads: "Whether you are considering an investment in Weyland Industries or have been a
shareholder since 2023, we are committed to providing you with the effective information you need to make informed, confident decisions about your
investment in The Company. With you on our side we will continue to forge ahead Building Better Worlds.
We have already begun laying the groundwork. As a company, we have virtually eradicated cancer.
We have increased the life expectancy and decreased the rate of unemployment for our entire planet. Our interstellar discoveries have replenished the
earth's resources making possible the impossible: a sustainable Earth.
At Weyland Industries, we always have our sights set on the future with our feet firmly planted in the present. And our strategic objective has never
been clearer: Build Better Worlds."
It goes on to state an average life expectancy for the Weyland employees, which is 95. The employee breakdown is 57 male, 47 female, and one
android. The one android interests me . It goes on into further detail about the androids, which are called "Davids." An excerpt: "With our
continuing innovation in android technology, manufacturing and supply chain, the David model is becoming increasingly available to a wider range of
demographics, accelerating growth and productivity across all business sectors."
When I follow this link for Project Prometheus provided in the email, it simply has the Prometheus header. No place to enter a passcode. Strange.
Maybe the site is still in development, or they have yet to release the passcode?