Friday, January 4, 2013

New Litigation Stuff

Defendant Claim Construction

Adkin's Claim Construction

GERS Answers Lincolnway

GERS Answers Flottweg
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Another case - Not Patent Litigation
Settlement Conference

SkunK

102 comments:

Anonymous said...

What I have sought to do is persuade you that today's judge must involve himself, with firm dedication, in disposing of as many cases as possible through settlement. A dispute resolved through settlement rather than trial, where both sides believe a fair result has been reached, furthers the ends of justice
and good judicial administration.

January 4, 2013 2:03 PM

Anonymous said...

Can anything be clearer than that the sooner you have that 90-plus percent settlement rate working for you, the better it is for your entire case management program, the lawyers, and the litigants?

January 4, 2013 1:12 PM

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Each judge must develop his own method of conducting a conference. It should be run in chambers, informally and under relaxed circumstances. I do not believe in the "hard boiled" approach. In the long term, coerced settlements will add to neither your stature as a judge nor your success at settling cases.

Anonymous said...

The conclusion to be drawn is evident: settle sooner, not 1ater. 14 Inject yourself into settlement discussions at the earliest realistic opportunity. Timing is important. Many attorneys (and claims agents) will not put a figure on the table until certain discovery has been undertaken or all discovery has been completed.

Anonymous said...

Only by closely monitoring your cases will you know when a conference is in order.

Anonymous said...

The costs of litigation increase to the disadvantage of the parties and counsel. Why must we go through all this when we know that the case (if it is one of the 90 percent) is eventually going to be settled anyway?

Anonymous said...

Put the lawyers on th~ settlement track early. Encourage them to think of an amicable disposition of the case. Be meticulously impartial and absolutely fair. Let counsel know that they will be at trial shortly and that the trial date is firm.

Anonymous said...

Can someone tell me how many new GERS systems were installed in 2012? And if you care to name what ones will be installed in 2013?

GLTA

Anonymous said...

Peak oil will eventually hit and hit hard....It has been right transilated for several years due to better extraction methods....Eventually depletion rates and deminishing discover finds will slam into increasing world wide demand and a massive gap between demand and supply will emerge..

IF GERS does survive...I cannot see a better biofuels play than this...

Someday it should easily hit the Skunk 2 Billion market cap...You will all be very rich with only a mere 10,000 shares...

Most here have more shares..glta

Anonymous said...

REGI data by YCharts

Admittedly, the economic environment for corn ethanol producers has brightened somewhat since last summer, when it was beset by the brutal combination of very high feedstock costs, worthless Renewable Identification Numbers (RIN), and overproduction. As of late autumn, U.S. corn ethanol production had fallen by nearly 12% from its January mark (see figure), ending the overcapacity situation and causing RIN values to increase to $0.05/RIN. The mandated volume of corn ethanol under the RFS2 is also set to increase to 13.8 billion gallons in 2013, which will require a 12% increase in production from December 2012 levels if it is to be met.
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looks to me like the pathway for corn ethanol was set by prior legislation and that roughly 36% recovery/growth over the next two years would be pretty good.

if i am not mistaken, more corn ethanol means more corn oil which is more valuable under the new legislation --- $1 per gallon?

i think you can do or redo the math.

Anonymous said...

Can we keep this a great sight without foolish conversation. Let's keep it professional.

nobody12378 said...

That is impossible for most of the posters on this blog -- they lack adequate breeding to meet your expectations for this "sight". [A spell checker would not have helped you with that faux pas, and if you know what that means you are light years outside of their intellectual orbit].

Anonymous said...

Thanks for confirming that last poster's fear. You have truly lost "site".

Anonymous said...

If you don't use proper grammar, spelling and syntax yourself you shouldn't set yourself up as the Poobah of Language!! Makes you seem irrelevant and extranious. Put another way, you make yourself a dipstick!! By your logic, use of "SpellCheck" would give you adequate "Breeding"! Doofus!
DHOLE

Anonymous said...

Just read an article with the perfect description of Nobody's major defect (Of many). The consise term: Self Infatuation!! Laughing on and on!! DHOLE

nobody12378 said...

D',

Why do you not try to contribute with thoughtful commentary that could pass muster on I-Hub instead of regurgitating the sewer gas that emanates from your oral pore?

Anonymous said...

These nuts to nobody 12378. Can you spell greeeeen biiench?

Anonymous said...

Nobody has a foul mouth from kissing Ass. I was going to post an informative post, until I read his assanine comments. They seemed to scream for a like response. So I Responded. But I just question his invalid opionion of himself! Amd he just can't take it. DHOLE

Anonymous said...

My previous thoughts, before I read Nobody's drivel, and responded: Obvious to me that GERS Legal Reps think they have all loose ends addressed and are ready for the Finale. (To throw in some French Jibber Jabber!) It makes Nobody's day when I use Foreign Language! DHOLE

Anonymous said...

I think Nobody just likes head games..lol!

nobody12378 said...

It is called "Pimping the Cadets".

Anonymous said...

is called pimpen your mom^

Anonymous said...

My two cents....
As long as the company survives all is well...
IF it survives, within five years one or both occur that drives gers stratospherically:
1) Peak oil demand/exceeds supplies, almost certain..."oil shock"
2) war; to confuse minds regarding the currency collapse and economic malaise from poor governmental policy decisions...."war"

alternative oil frency= GERS...someday in the not to distant future...
glta

Anonymous said...

yes, but how to make share holders whole...that will require huge settlement sums...how M''F'er

Anonymous said...

hahah so funny nobody doesnt know how to trade, cries all day on here and i flub, learn how to trade donkey boy and mb ur wife will stop HOOKIN on weekends!!!

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$! (except turdtard NOBODY HAHAHAHA)

Anonymous said...

top secret code: "037"

now they are invested in and dependent upon corn oil extraction, which precedes the dryers, they can pay royalties on their DDGS too.

Anonymous said...

GO GERS

Anonymous said...

We believe that the established first generation corn ethanol infrastructure is the only practical pathway in North America to cost-effectively increase the production and use of carbon-neutral biofuels on globally-meaningful scales. To accomplish this in a competitive and environmentally superior way, first generation corn ethanol facilities will need to evolve to achieve significantly improved production efficiencies. We intend to contribute to that evolution.

Our go-to-market plan today is based on the commercialization and sequential integration of our technology upgrades into first generation corn ethanol process infrastructure to capitalize on all practical operating synergies. We intend to remain focused on developing and implementing technologies that make first generation ethanol plants more efficient and to upgrade these plants into integrated multi-feedstock, multi-fuel biorefineries.


Anonymous said...

To do so, we plan to leverage our established Extraction Platform and market positioning to continue to develop and deliver clean technology upgrades to our ethanol clients.

Anonymous said...

Our new patent-pending Cellulosic Oil™ process conditions and converts the residual sugars, starch and cellulosic biomass in distillers grain and selected offsite biomass into increased oil and protein yield.

Anonymous said...

This technology uses a number of oleaginous microbes and has demonstrated the potential to increase oil extraction yields to more than 10 million gallons for every 100 million gallons of corn ethanol produced. Bench testing has also shown that manipulation of the free fatty acid and amino acid profiles of the lipids and protein produced by this process is viable. This has compelling implications for biofuel and culinary applications.

Anonymous said...


Cellulosic Oil™ technology also has the potential for use in a number of applications outside of the ethanol industry, including pulp and paper, sewage, trash, and qualified industrial wastewater applications. Any successful use of Cellulosic Oil™ technology in these markets will also require use of our patent-pending oil extraction technologies, thus enabling opportunities for growth beyond the corn ethanol industry.

Anonymous said...

While GreenShift is focused on commercialization requirements of its corn oil extraction technologies, we recognize that our other technologies have the potential to deliver value to our clients and shareholders. We have granted licenses to facilitate the continued research, development and commercialization of our other technologies.

Anonymous said...

GreenShift's patented Tornado Generator™ is a remarkable technology that accelerates compressed air to supersonic speeds to almost instantly grind, flash desiccate, atomize and homogenize solids and liquids into micron sized powders. This technology is a robust way to reduce feedstock variability and improve consistency in the thermal, chemical or enzymatic processing of qualified feedstocks.

Anonymous said...

There are no silver bullets in cleantech. A major reason for this is feedstock variability and the challenges magnify as you move from dedicated feedstock sources (such as corn cobs or wood chips) to mixed co-products or wastes that contain many different individual types of feedstock such as food, paper, wood, sewage and plastic.

Anonymous said...

The primary value proposition of the Tornado Generator technology in renewable fuel and energy production is its ability to cost-effectively prepare and homogenize targeted feedstocks to dilute variances and reduce uncertainly in reaction kinetics. This equates to increased predictability and reliability in downstream refining.

Anonymous said...

The Tornado Generator has a great many other applications, from increasing the availability of targeted metals in mine tailings and metal-bearing wastes, to desiccating dirty coal for improved supply-chain cost and combustion efficiencies, to volume reduction of municipal wastes for reduced waste transportation and disposal costs, to increasing inline reuse opportunities in paper manufacturing processes, to greatly improved efficiencies in higher margin food, neutraceutical and pharmaceutical applications. Tornado Generator technology has been successfully demonstrated in each of the above applications by several third parties, including a global food products company that has been actively testing the technology for several years.

Anonymous said...


The only commercial deployment of Tornado Generator technology today is in Joplin, Missouri, where it effectively processes and dehydrates poultry products into highly nutritional and shelf stable products. This system operates 24 hours per day, 5 days per week and produces high quality animal fats, chicken broth and dehydrated poultry proteins.

Anonymous said...


GreenShift's plan for the Tornado Generator involves raising additional capital to research and optimize design and operating parameters for each targeted application. For now, this amazing technology is available for purchase by qualified clients seeking to refine biomass into clean fuels and other carbon neutral products with a thermal, chemical or enzymatic process.

Anonymous said...

wow 200000 buy @ ask !

Anonymous said...

bids up 200000 @ 3.3 !

nobody12378 said...

WOW after all that the PPS hasn't budged -- absolutely consistent with previous dilution pattern; releasing shares into trading demand.

Anonymous said...

wow up 200% from your oo7 prediction

Anonymous said...

wow up 100% from your ya doomsday deadline

Anonymous said...

price down today with incredibly lighter volume....this is NOT the direction price is going...price is going up with volume...no eveidence of dilution today or for a while....this is just huge trading swings....totally untradeable....if you try and the thing takes off you will never find the shares to re-establish your postion....so, if long resist temptation...glta long

Anonymous said...

hahah so funny nobody doesnt know how to trade, cries all day on here and i flub, learn how to trade donkey boy and mb ur wife will stop HOOKIN on weekends!!!

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$! (except turdtard NOBODY HAHAHAHA)

Anonymous said...

Algae Bioreactor
GreenShift's patented and patent-pending bioreactor process uses thermophillic cyanobacteria to consume carbon dioxide emissions. The organisms use the available carbon dioxide in the emissions and water to grow and give off oxygen and water vapor. The organisms also absorb nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide. Once the organisms grow to maturity, they fall to the bottom of GreenShift's bioreactor where they can be harvested for extraction and conversion into value added carbon neutral products


Anonymous said...

How it Works
All photosynthetic organisms need the following to live and grow: a supply of CO2, light, a growth media and water with nutrients. GreenShift's Algae Bioreactor has the potential to reduce the costs of and technical barriers to managing the flow resources into, through and out bioreactor in a compact and cost-efficient way as compared to other algae bioreactor technologies.

Anonymous said...

Concentrated CO2 is captured and piped to the bioreactor. The sunlight is then collected using efficient parabolic mirrors that transfer and filter the light to a series of light pipes. The light pipes channel the light into the bioreactor structure where it is distributed and radiated throughout the structure using light panels. The organisms we use require as little as 1.5% direct light which means that our collected light can be distributed over a substantial surface area. Next, a growth media, such as polyester, is inserted between each lighting surface. Water, containing nutrients, continuously cascades down the growth media to facilitate the final required step for optimal growth.

Anonymous said...

hahah so funny nobody doesnt know how to trade, cries all day on here and i flub, learn how to trade donkey boy and mb ur wife will stop HOOKIN on weekends!!!

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$! (except turdtard NOBODY HAHAHAHA)

Anonymous said...

To harvest the new biomass, the flow rate of the water over the growth media is increased slightly to remove a portion of the algae, allowing a portion of algae to remain and to begin the next growth cycle. The removed algae is then collected and routed for conversion into value added carbon neutral products. Our technology is also very flexible and can accommodate a variety of algae types. High starch, high oil, or high cellulose algae can be grown in our bioreactor depending on output requirements.


Anonymous said...

150000 buy @ 3.5 !

Anonymous said...

GreenShift's commercialization plan for this technology is to co-locate bioreactors at corn ethanol production plants and other fermentation processes where concentrated supplies of carbon dioxide naturally emit and are relatively easy to capture and control. We plan to leverage our existing extraction platform and presence in the U.S. ethanol industry to reduce capital and go-to-market costs.

Anonymous said...

nice close

Anonymous said...

hahah so funny nobody doesnt know how to trade, cries all day on here and i flub, learn how to trade donkey boy and mb ur wife will stop HOOKIN on weekends!!!

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$! (except turdtard NOBODY HAHAHAHA)

Anonymous said...

Why should anyone believe GERS algae reactor would create favorable economics when dozens of companies have spent 100s of millions and yet to commercialize it?

nobody12378 said...

Because you just need to BELIEVE if you are going to be a GERSlander. If you are a non-believer you will be tarred and feathered.

Anonymous said...

I fear that is the case, Nobody. I wish somebody had some objective data on the economics of their algae system, but all I've seen is the computer animation. Hype and dreams don't help me forecast GERS future. I'll prepare for my tar and feathers.

Anonymous said...

hahah so funny nobody doesnt know how to trade, cries all day on here and i flub, learn how to trade donkey boy and mb ur wife will stop HOOKIN on weekends!!!

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$! (except turdtard NOBODY HAHAHAHA)

Anonymous said...

Algae is the future. Show me any data from any company. It's too new for that. You won't find anywhere.

Anonymous said...

Nobody is right you fools are gonna lose all your money when this ship sinks. You should ve listened to him and sold.

Anonymous said...

dipchit donkey turd 326 357 417

nobody12378 said...

I have NEVER said SELL!!

Anonymous said...

If the algae tech is anything like the coe tech it's a winner.

Anonymous said...

traders that populate this blog should be considering getting out now

close enough

nobody12378 said...

Completely out of context. As usual with the intellectually impaired -- difficulty in reading an comprehending the English language.

Anonymous said...

I am just counting my money I earned while the PPS was suppressed for six years

oh you're short

Kim Brown said...

This blog really used to be nice when it was kept to facts or opinions that were based on news. I can't imagine how many investors we are losing over all this yahoo blogger kind of comments. I used to scan through nobody's comments after a few months ago and go straight to the next that had news.. But now there are more cluttered texts that deal with bashing on nobody and not dealing with news. I don't need to hear donkey this or donkey that or bashing on sexual induindos ect. I have been a gers investor for 4 yrs now and I'm sticking to it. Anyone that knows me know I have never been a big fan of nobody, but can we kind of start to just keep to this is a news page and not a yahoo blog site. Skunk works really hard on this and I cannot imagine how bad she feels when she has to look at all this and some bogus comments on this site she works hard for. This Is Unfortunatly the only site intelligent people can go to right now do to this hearing for some news, and I can't imagine all those that have just turned away because they got tired of going through the trash bashing to get more info. Just a thought respectfully to everyone. Thanks and take care. I'm still holding string for them and adding for 4 yrs. not giving up hope. They are great and I belive. Sincerely Kim Brown.

Anonymous said...

traders that populate this blog should be considering getting out now

is what it is
close enough

Anonymous said...

R&D
While GreenShift is focused on commercialization requirements of its corn oil extraction technologies, we recognize that our other technologies have the potential to deliver value to our clients and shareholders. We have granted licenses to facilitate the continued research, development and commercialization of our other technologies.

who have they granted research and development licenses to? anyone know?

nobody12378 said...

Give it a rest Slash; you are starting to sound a little crazy and you would not want tto self-assassinate your credibility.

Anonymous said...

We are headed towards another r/s just like nobody predicted should ve sold wgen nobody told you to. You have been right the whole time dont listen to these jerks.

nobody12378 said...

I called the last R/S and the 1000 to 1 ratio. I have not stated anything about the next R/S and will not consider it until we reach more than 100 million OS count, and fall below a penny.

Anonymous said...

The hookin email is old news, try something else. We are about makin money .

Anonymous said...

Well said Kim Brown. Maybe skunk should moderate and delete some of the BS.

Anonymous said...

^agreed. delete nobodys BS posts. she can stay on i hub

Anonymous said...

While I disagree with nobody some of the time and find him annoying more often, he has never used the immature, offensive, repetitive language the the donkey poster does. I'm saying remove that crap. I can at least make a counterpoint to nobody and actually have a discourse. The childish attacks are just wasting space.

Anon 2:14

Anonymous said...

hahaa nobody owns all of u cadets...pimps u out well!!!

Anonymous said...

your memory is faulty. the formula you espoused last summer for dilution was ... "below the bid."

Anonymous said...

nobody should be banned i agree

nobody12378 said...

That was last summer. Things change, and I staked my position based on what I see. In 90 days or so we will know. You may want to look back and see who was concerned that we would exceed 50 million in OS share count before the end of 2012. Folks like you ridiculed my analysis -- but we exceed that by early November. The concern I have with this dilution is not the dilution per se but why is it necessary when KK's goal was to end it in 2012 and why is revenue so low that they cannot pay their bills? Those are real issues to chew on instead of the manic blind defense that nothing at all is wrong with GERS and everyone is going to be rich in the coming years.

D said...

nice close

Anonymous said...

intra day bar volumes summations match daily total....this says NO dilution for last several weeks...

glta

nobody12378 said...

Similar statements were made during last quarter when the OS share count ran from 38 million to 52 million. The only certain knowledge will be unveiled with the 10K in 90 days. Stay tuned, and get ready for another boost in the OS share count.

Anonymous said...

Nobody, I remain constant...I simply reveal what the chart shows me....It shows me dilution ended late in december 2012....

The shares outstanding..not a clue currently....

I remain constant...someone is loading up on shares....accumulation preeceeds price breakouts....since up more likely from down here,,,,that is it

glta

Anonymous said...

like me? maybe. not me per se. i was impressed. at least until you hung your hat on something that anyone here could have developed, which diminished your credibility. right, or almost right. 1/4 right? more supposition. whatever there tutu. i mean guru. we will have a number in a few weeks. even if right youre still WRONG!

just plain Wrong.

nobody12378 said...

Can you clarify your statements? Your innuendo is excessive to the point of eviscerating your attempt to communicate.

nobody12378 said...

Tech person:

you are making an assumption that the only way shares can enter the OS count is through the open market visa vi trades that can be followed by the various services. We have learned in the past that this is not correct. If your supposition is not valid what does that do you to your calibration and detection of dilution?

nobody12378 said...

“Down, down, down the stomach through round, round, round the system too, With Alka-Seltzer you’re sure to say, relief is just a swallow away.” Would Alka-Seltzer be a cure for our down, down , and down PPS?

Anonymous said...

Is that the best pimping you can do? Why don't you take a rolaid and shove it up, up, up somewhere.

nobody12378 said...

Sorry, to create such confusion, anxiety, and indecision amongst the Hallelujah Choir. Keep the faith bother; that is all you are going to have for a while.

Anonymous said...

Why do you assume that just because someone is sick of an obnoxious knuckle dragger like you they must be a member of your imagined choir? What other delusions do you have?

nobody12378 said...

That GERS will make me rich in the next year.

nobody12378 said...

Anony 9;45,

Responses like that from the cadet legion really light my fire -- keep it up! You idiots do not get it and never will, my rationale is out for all that may be interested. Only the functionally illiterate and mentally incompetent would continue down your path.

nobody12378 said...

On to better pickings. I have mine.

Anonymous said...

Ha! Who's pimping who, Jerkweed? Are Zero trades your idea of a plummeting pps?

Anonymous said...

nobody,
i have given my method for counting shares to you and others at least 10 times....

again....when the daily bar shows less total shares than when say you add the 30 minute bar volumes eg they are are summed up.... then fresh shares were injected....you see those new fresh shares are not reflected in the daily count because they were injected and not traded as old shares at bid/ask auction...

glta

Anonymous said...

150000 buy @ ask !

Anonymous said...

wow 775000 bid @ 3.3 !

Anonymous said...

816000 bid @ 3.4 !

Anonymous said...

wow 184000 buy @ ask !

Anonymous said...

hahah so funny nobody doesnt know how to trade, cries all day on here and i flub, learn how to trade donkey boy and mb ur wife will stop HOOKIN on weekends!!!

 
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