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Re: Would you invest in an O/U device just because you read (Score: 1)
by ShareTheTruth on Monday, May 19, 2003 @ 22:37:50 GMT
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If there is clear path of who the individuals are and what exactly they have. Company, person or at least a legitimate proxy between the inventor and the public face.

I would love to promote , market and build businesses around such a device, however, all I hear is someone who heard of someone and just another persons hear say.

"secret meetings" is not my idea of investment. If you have technology that can change the world. Step up. Investors don't have time meeting you in your basement where you tell them about what the potential is. Invest a little bit more time and money to have a proto type build. Local markets does not have to be the first market you hit...
3rd worl goverments will "pay top dollars" for such devices.

Tesla could have been a drastic change in our history, yet it turned out that the more "secretive" these revolutionary technology is the longer it takes to even get into the minds of educated people.

Don't make the same mistake....

Re: Would you invest in an O/U device just because you read (Score: 1)
by vlad on Tuesday, May 27, 2003 @ 03:01:38 GMT
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I’m going to end this poll now even though not very many people participated. I did not expect this result and, I must admit, it worries me to see people ready to invest in an O/U device just because they read about it here.

Again, this is a NEWS site on a controversial topic: “Over Unity Energetics”. Nobody should take any NEWS sites (or newspapers, TV, radio etc. for that matter) as a direct investment advice. At best, this should be the starting point for a THOROUGH RESEARCH into your “investment target”.

Yes, we support much more investment into new revolutionary energy technologies research but definitely not direct from individuals reading about this topic on the Internet! We think that us, the tax paying public, should demand the government, through its specialized institutions, to allocate (invest) more of OUR money to support people and organizations involved in this vitally important field of research. They should actively investigate any claims of breakthroughs, no matter how fantastic or impossible they seem to be to the present scientific knowledge and report the findings to us. We think the funds to properly do that are trivial in comparison to the military budgets and even to those spend with hot fusion research, for example.

Consequently, I must agree with “chipotle_pickle” this time when he wrote:

“A general warning is in order. This site is for advocacy, discussion, and education. This site is NOT here to provide investment advice. One might think, ”Well, it was discussed on ZPEnergy.com, and the consensus was X (the truth, a hoax, a scam), so it must be X.” but that thinking should only be taken so far. Not far enough to make an investment decision. Generally, everyone here wishes you well, hopes you make good investments, and don't get scammed; but nobody here takes any responsibility for any serious decisions made on the basis of their comments here.”

Re: Would you invest in an O/U device just because you read (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Wednesday, May 28, 2003 @ 16:57:12 GMT

While I really do love this site... as well as sites of this type I'd never ever invest in anything based on the fact that it was posted here (or on other such sites). Heck I wouldn't invest in something just because it was headlined in the WSJ either.

Two words come to mind: due diligence

Live by em and you won't be parted from your cash as quickly as those who don't.



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