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Barra
post Posted: Mar 17 2007, 06:29 PM
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In reply to: Sinner on Friday 16/03/07 11:22pm

Does anyone here remember a company called Memtech Limited from the 1980's?
It was a low key, high tech company founded by scientists to commercialise nano sized membranes capable of getting pathogens out of water. I 'memcor'.

Right product, right time and it was never going to stay Australian.

If my memory serves me correctly that share went from something like a $1 to $50 in the space a few years and as of 1988 it all belonged to US filter/ Seimens.










 
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post Posted: Mar 16 2007, 11:22 PM
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In reply to: JustinS007 on Friday 16/03/07 12:59pm

Well done mate-will hold you in good stead if it pans out the way we believe (hope) it will.
A very good week..... biggrin.gif
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JustinS007
post Posted: Mar 16 2007, 03:01 PM
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In reply to: JustinS007 on Friday 16/03/07 02:59pm

BOOOOO, it got pulled :-(

J.

 
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In reply to: Sinner on Thursday 15/03/07 10:41pm

Hey Sinner,

I've still got all mine too and have managed in recent months to get to that figure we spoke about.

Someone has just placed an after close of order of nearly 100k units at $10.33. Let's hope it stays put.

J.

 
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post Posted: Mar 16 2007, 02:03 PM
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In reply to: taipan on Tuesday 13/03/07 06:27am

Hey Taipan,
Are you any relation to the TaipanFinancialNews group that wrote that report Gone Fishin' found? lmaosmiley.gif
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gulf
post Posted: Mar 16 2007, 06:38 AM
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In reply to: Sinner on Friday 16/03/07 01:41am

I'm with you,looking forward to the presentation at the next AGM !All the best.

 


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post Posted: Mar 15 2007, 10:41 PM
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In reply to: King Baz on Thursday 15/03/07 08:32pm

I'm a buy and hold guy myself. Still own all I've ever bought. And the potential as you say is huge. I'm looking forward to the next few years!
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King Baz
post Posted: Mar 15 2007, 10:32 PM
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Sinner - you know what l mean laughingsmiley.gif (may well be the case)

Back in the pre-dollar days l took a very very close interest in all this. The last couple of years l have just stood back and let the goldy/wilksie combo do what they do best!

SLX has moved sooo much in the last couple of years, taking in trading profits this has to be a 20 bagger for me . . . but what is more startling is the remaining potential!



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LIFE IS FRAGILE and as investors we have disproportionately significant moral obligations.

I encourage people to watch the DVD titled 'The Corporation' to fully understand the exploitative nature intrinsic to corporations. Then, immediately after to watch the 'Inconvenient Truth' to put it in context.
 
Sinner
post Posted: Mar 15 2007, 10:14 PM
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In reply to: King Baz on Thursday 15/03/07 07:58pm

Baz,
The volatile Si species might contain oxygen, but surely not oxides-Si dioxide is sand!

And oxygen enrichment is still going as far as I know (and was discussed with mgt a couple of months back)-are you sure you're not thinking of the zirconium work (Zr) with Westinghouse which was ceased for commercial reasons a few years ago? They can't kill the O work-it is my 'Old Kent Road' in Monopoly parlance! biggrin.gif

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King Baz
post Posted: Mar 15 2007, 09:58 PM
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Sinner, yes .. . and the Silicon was part of a Oxide group l imagine . . .

Back to Uranium.

I was told some time ago that the Oxygen enrichment was not abandoned for commercial reasons (as announced) but in fact that it was too similar to Uranium enrichment and offered a potential security risk. wacko.gif


Silex is in the right place with the right technology at the right time . . . GE is going to revolutionise industrial uranium enrichment thanks to SLX.



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LIFE IS FRAGILE and as investors we have disproportionately significant moral obligations.

I encourage people to watch the DVD titled 'The Corporation' to fully understand the exploitative nature intrinsic to corporations. Then, immediately after to watch the 'Inconvenient Truth' to put it in context.
 
 


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