Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Continuous?

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SkunK

PS  Does a piston in an Internal Combustion engine move continuously?  A piston moves first in one direction and then the other.  In that instance when it changes direction, a piston is neither moving in one direction or the other.  Therefore it has stopped.  The mechanics of a single piston does not run "continuously".   But your engine - and your car - does not stop.  The process of propelling your car forward is continuous. 

14 comments:

Slashnuts said...

Good analogy SkunK.

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sporter said...

GERS shares outstanding 760,392,000 today as reported by bigcharts.com

Quite a jump from the third quarter 10Q.

I can't help but wonder if it is even legal to issue so many shares without any notification to shareholders and the public.

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debt holders converting to equity before the run. notice the sudden end of dilution

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You said that week's ago, right?

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you said 2s were what? not gone? right?

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