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[QUOTE]Originally posted by CAPTNEMOS: [QB] YOUR JUST USED TO POS STOCKS THAT ARE PUMPED AND TANKED.THIS IS GONNA BE HUGE.THIS ISNT A SHELL.JUST WAIT TILL THE NUMBERS COME IN WHEN THEY ARE RAMPED UP SOME.TRUST ME.ACTUAL YOU CAN AVG DOWN A LITTLE.IM LOOKING FOR MORE.SO LET IT KEEP DROPPING.CANT BE HELD DOWN FOREVER.OK HERES A LINK TO S.W.T FOR STARTERS. http://swttop.en.made-in-china.com/ THEY HAVENT EVEN STARTING SELLING THEM YET.BUT WILL BE SWEET WHEN YOU LOOK AT THERE PAGE AND COATES ENG/GENERATORS OR ON THEM.CHING.!!!NEXT CHECK THIS OUT. Dad and Son seal deal with China (COTE) History, Design, Science, Environment, Waldo I won’t often do this…. a stock market success… so far… ‘Coates International, Ltd. (OTCBB: COTE) - Coates International, Ltd. (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Mr. George J. Coates, President & CEO, and Mr. James Pang, the company’s Exclusive Liaison agent to China, conducted meetings with the President and a delegation of executives from S.W.T. of China in Alberta, Canada last week. The two companies reached full agreement to combine forces and merge the companies. S.W.T. is a major industrial engine and generator manufacturer in China with more than 2,000 skilled production workers that produce over 80,000 units per year, as well as other products. ’ PR Newswire A dad and his son have revolutionized the internal combustion engine… by eliminating the poppet valves and replacing it with a rotary shaft which reduces the size, increases the efficiency, and longevity. Today a Chinese company has embraced the technology and agreed to develop it to further mankind’s potential to have ‘a better mouse trap’. The Coates in a history piece were the first metallurgists in the colonies, in 1711 set up a forge in Pennsylvania… and it’s only taken 300 years to realize that they have placed a new keystone in the advance of human technology. Bravo. I also hope and believe that this will make an important alliance between us and our Chinese brothers and sisters. Their first project is to utilize the flair gas from the oil wells of Dubai generate a 20 percent return on their efforts by just capturing the gas. In an earlier new report I read that the Chinese were going to require this technology on every internal combustion engine….which is a great idea. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if our GM, Ford, and Chrysler would embrace this advance, or are they ever more stuck in the stupid policy of wasted ‘catalytic converters’ and engines that need repair, need servicing continually…. Catalytic converters increase the back pressure, force the engine to run richer and waste fuel… and poppet valves allow the high pressure to enter the oil chamber and limit the rpms as well as degrade the lubrication….. Bravo…. buy some COTE if you are able to risk $ and want some ‘skin in the game’. Write your government about the stupid and expensive and wasteful catalytic converters…. SO JUST CHILL AND ACCUMALATE WHILE ITS DOWN AND BE READY FOR THE RIDE.OH ON THE INDUSTIRAL PARK HERES A LITTLE TIDBIT ON IT. CIL's Research and Development facility is 30,000 sq. ft. made of concrete and steel, situated on 6.5 acres of land site valued at approximately $3-4 million. The company is also negotiating the purchase of an industrial park that has 10 manufacturing plants on the site. The industrial park is on 130 acres of land. CIL has significant intangible assets and is planning a major expansion into mass production. Among intangible assets are: A large number of highly valuable USA (18) and foreign (over 100) patents on combustion engines and new technologies relating to combustion engines worldwide A steam turbine engine valve patent A self adjusting wheel bearing patent Concepts in testing not yet patented Large numbers of working prototypes A pulse detonation rocket engine [/QB][/QUOTE]
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