Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Very Interesting Information (updated)

The twenty eight [GERS] licensees (and the many unlicensed plants) that separate corn oil have no choice but to practice Plaintiff’s patents if they seek to recover corn oil from their plants.
 

63 comments:

Slashnuts said...

It leaves an impression in a judge's mind when a defendant continuously abandons one defense after another.

The fact that the defendants adopted a which-ever-way-the-wind-blows defense speaks volumes.

It's certainly true that the original excuses ICM lured legacy infringers in with have all been debunked.

The lack of confidence in their failed defense is illustrated by repetitive, growingly desperate, attempts to establish a consistent theme.

Ask yourself this, if you were on trial for committing a crime, and your story continuously changed, which way would you expect the ruling to go?

My money is on the guys with the consistent version of events, the ones that own the patents.

It's all about consistency, or in the defendants case, the lack thereof.

Anonymous said...

My greatest concern remains the "offer of sale" letter and the pre-date/post-date issue and all the forensics. I am not a lawyer and I will not pretend to know what legal ramifications this may have but it is concerning. Could that letter and the claim of unclean hands contaminate all these patents/claims/damages?

nobody123789 said...

According to Slash the USPTO has reconsidered the patent in face of this claim and still ruled it valid. I suspect that Slash can amplify more completely.

Slashnuts said...

The answer is no. The offer to test letter lacked several key elements to make it an offer to sell. The 1st, it failed to mention what stream the oil would be extracted from. Why? The inventors weren't sure what stream hence the need for testing. The key element of the patent is to separate oil from concentrated stillage. No where is concentrated stillage mentioned in the letter rendering it impossible to practice the patent. 2nd, an offer for sale requires a signature as well as terms/schedule for payment. The letter was simply void of these elements.

The USPTO has already considered this letter and issued patent application 13450991 in spite of it. Since the patent office isn't concerned with GERS' rights to testing, neither am I.

GreenShift was well within their right's to testing and the invention was not ready for patenting until 2004. The defendant's know this and is why they desperately seek new excuses, of which there is none.

nobody123789 said...

Slash,

Care to weigh in, speculate, on who the 28 licenses are versus the known licensees? I am assuming that they are not referring to plants as licensees, i.e. GPRE is ONE licensee. "licensee (noun) one granted a license"; one granted permission to do a specific thing.

Dhole said...

Was curious what Nobody's Reaction to this would be! Befuddled? Reformed? He seems more rational today than in the past!

nobody123789 said...

If you think that this is just profit taking I am sorry. With our 28 licensees and record profits from GPRE, we still cannot pay our bills without dilution. Think about it! Why?

nobody123789 said...

Objectivity has both sides, something most of you should learn.

Anonymous said...

"Objectivity has both sides, something most of you should learn."

Narcissistic Personality Disorder
(NPD) is a pattern of self-centered or egotistical behavior that shows up in thinking and behavior in a lot of different situations and activities. People with NPD won't (or can't) change their behavior even when it causes problems at work or when other people complain about the way they act, or when their behavior causes a lot of emotional distress to others (or themselves? none of my narcissists ever admit to being distressed by their own behavior -- they always blame other people for any problems). This pattern of self-centered or egotistical behavior is not caused by current drug or alcohol use, head injury, acute psychotic episodes, or any other illness, but has been going on steadily at least since adolescence or early adulthood.

DHOLE said...

Going back over the Document, I conclude they are referring to Plants, rather than Companies. First; from the wording, second; because a lawyer would use the highest number available.

They ARE showing a Profit. And using it to pay off their debt to everyone's satisfaction. If you got a raise from ICM, would you pay your mortgage off in a lump sum, or maybe just increase your payment amounts?

nobody123789 said...

I think you are fooling yourself. I am pretty sure that we will see evidence of continued massive dilution and only marginal increase in revenue that is inconsistent with the business success of our clients in the 10K in April. If people accepted this reality and understood that until the current court is resolved that they should not expect much improvement in the PPS, they would have a more balanced expectation.

DHOLE said...

Have you seen GERS 4Q? I didn't get my preview of their Report. I presume you are using the 4Q figures on their Customers? Your favorite "saying": Apples to Oranges!

Anonymous said...

what is massive if they raise 1 million $ ? or 10 million?

Either one that's the reality you are hiding with the word massive.

lambertus said...
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Slashnuts said...

Senators Introduce Bill to Reinstate Biodiesel Tax Incentive

"The National Biodiesel Board called on Congress to move swiftly on tax legislation after Sens. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., and Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, introduced a bill to extend the expired biodiesel tax incentive for three years."

http://www.biodieselmagazine.com/articles/9551/senators-introduce-bill-to-reinstate-biodiesel-tax-incentive

"It would also increase the tax credit from $1 to $1.10 for the first 15 million gallons of biodiesel produced by small producers with an annual production capacity of less than 60 million gallons."

"The proposed legislation would also aim to eliminate potential abuses and simplify how the tax is administered by restricting the credit to fuel producers and excluding fuel blenders from eligibility. By focusing on production, the bill would eliminate any remaining opportunity for abuse known as "splash and dash" in which oil companies add a few drops of biodiesel to petroleum diesel to qualify for the tax credit."

"In addition, the bill would simplify the definition of "biodiesel" to encourage production from any biomass-based feedstock or recycled oils and fats."

"The bill would also extend the tax credit for three years to give added financial predictability so more biodiesel facilities could be brought online in the United States."

http://seekingalpha.com/article/2025511-senate-biodiesel-tax-credit-could-dramatically-change-outlook-for-the-industry?source=yahoo

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Anonymous said...

Wow what the hell was that?

Anonymous said...

152,000,000 shares? That is 15% of all outstanding shares! I am expecting big things to be announced real soon! Interestingly enough though, it only amounts to $92,000.00. Are you ready to rumble???

nobody123789 said...

That is 10% of 1.5 billion shares, mostly I am afraid dilution-based.

Anonymous said...

Someone is buying Nobody!

nobody123789 said...

Someone always buys the diluted shares, that is the definition of a trade.

nobody123789 said...

$0.0004 10,000,000 OTO 13:41:41
$0.0005 9,000,000 OTO 13:41:27
$0.0005 9,765,000 OTO 13:39:08
$0.0005 9,000,000 OTO 13:35:42
$0.0005 11,000,000 OTO 13:35:36

38.75 million shares not budging the ASK to be followed by the low for the day -- tell tale.

Anonymous said...

a far cry from no volume no interest no bid ehh?

nobody123789 said...

Wait until after the announcement of the next R/S before making final judgements.

nobody123789 said...

"a far cry from no volume no interest no bid ehh?" Are you paying attention, down 17% on heavy volume, 2 to 1 SELL to BUY and at least 1% OS count increased dilution today?

Anonymous said...

Who bought 100 grand?

nobody123789 said...

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA
INDIANAPOLIS DIVISION

NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT AND JOINT MOTION TO EXTEND DEADLINES AND VACATE STATUS CONFERENCE

("Plaintiff") (together with Defendants, the "Parties"), by counsel, hereby inform the Court that they have reached a settlement in the above-captioned case. The Parties are working on finalizing the settlement documents and anticipate filing a dismissal within thirty days. Accordingly, the Parties have mutually agreed to extend Defendants' deadline to respond to Plaintiffs' Complaint an additional thirty days, pending the finalization of their settlement papers and filing of the dismissal. The Parties also request that the Court vacate the status conference.
WHEREFORE, Defendants respectfully request that in light of the Parties' settlement that the court extend Defendants' deadline to respond to Plaintiff's Complaint an additional thirty days.

nobody123789 said...

One of the cadets spent $14 so he/she could feel good about their their GERS stash over night.

Anonymous said...

$100014

Anonymous said...



February 19, 2014 at 2:38 PM

Blogger nobody123789 said...
down 17% on heavy volume

hahahaha dumbass

Anonymous said...

wait until after the markets close before making final judgements dumbass

nobody123789 said...

You can kiss that $14 goodbye -- cheap thrill.

Anonymous said...

you can kiss my ass. also a cheap thrill

nobody123789 said...

Uncivilized and unintelligible retorts only tarnish our company's image as readers of the blog ask themselves what kind of Neanderthals inhabit GERSland?

Anonymous said...

Narcissistic Personality Disorder
(NPD) is a pattern of self-centered or egotistical behavior that shows up in thinking and behavior in a lot of different situations and activities. People with NPD won't (or can't) change their behavior even when it causes problems at work or when other people complain about the way they act, or when their behavior causes a lot of emotional distress to others (or themselves? none of my narcissists ever admit to being distressed by their own behavior -- they always blame other people for any problems). This pattern of self-centered or egotistical behavior is not caused by current drug or alcohol use, head injury, acute psychotic episodes, or any other illness, but has been going on steadily at least since adolescence or early adulthood.

Anonymous said...

back to .0012

nobody123789 said...

I think the light of reality has exposed the bravado as ill-founded.

Anonymous said...

0.0006 ◊ 0.0 (0.00%)
Volume: 6,858,472
no sellers

nobody123789 said...

No dilution today, so far. This is what trading in GERS looks like when there is no ongoing dilution; low, volume, no large trades, PPS drifting. Memorize it so you can spot the other.

Anonymous said...

bid 218X ask

Anonymous said...

Last: 0.0006
Change: 0.00 (0.00%)
Bid/Size: 0.0005/854,999
Ask/Size: 0.0006/20,465,612
Volume: 11763472

Anonymous said...

take a picture it'll last longer.

nobody123789 said...
No dilution today, so far. This is what trading in GERS looks like when there is no ongoing dilution; low, volume, no large trades, PPS drifting. Memorize it so you can spot the other.

February 20, 2014 at 12:42 PM

Anonymous said...

Last: 0.0005
Change: -0.0001 (-16.67%)
Bid/Size: 0.0004/7,365,600
Ask/Size: 0.0005/10,333,600
Volume: 55562638

Slashnuts said...

Piling It On, Strategically...

In the fall of 2012, Green Plains Renewable Energy, sold 83 percent of its grain storage capacity. The move freed up capital, enabling the company to acquire more ethanol plants and make a big move toward outdoor corn storage. It's paying off.

By Susanne Retka Schill | February 16, 2014

Todd Becker says his job is to reallocate as much of the middleman margin as possible to the company’s bottom line. So it may have seemed odd when in the fall of 2012, the company he leads as CEO, Green Plains Renewable Energy Inc., sold 83 percent of its grain storage capacity.

Becker explains that the company wasn’t abandoning the strategy of being a first-handler of corn. The elevator system was making money and reducing risk. “But it wasn’t fully integrated in our supply chain,” he says. “We didn’t actually ship a lot of corn out of our facilities to our ethanol plants. A couple of years ago, we said, ‘We love the grain business, but what if there’s a better way to skin the cat?’” The company decided there is. Green Plains sold 12 grain elevators in Tennessee and Iowa to another ethanol producer with a good-sized grain business—The Andersons—for $133 million. “We had 38 million [bushels of] storage and we sold them 32.6 million [of it], but we’re not leaving the agriculture handling business,” Becker says. “We’re just going to reallocate that capital so it more closely aligns with our supply chain, with direct access to our ethanol production.”

The transaction worked well for both parties. Green Plains freed up capital and The Andersons extended its asset base in Iowa and into Tennessee. “We got to reallocate some resources in a different way, and we bought more ethanol plants,” Becker says. “We found a value we could sell at. They found a value they could buy at, and it worked for both of us. It was as important to them as it was for us.”

At a cost of between 50 cents and $1 a bushel, Green Plains is building permanent systems using an old strategy—piling corn outside. Installed first at Green Plains facilities in Fergus Falls, Minn., Riga, Mich., and Bluffton, Ind., the new grain storage systems are high velocity, high volume. “They’ve got walls, we cover and put air on them to keep the quality,” Becker explains. “And we have them right in line with assets—we have the roads already, got the rail, the scale, the people and a lot of land.”

Slashnuts said...

Making better use of infrastructure is one advantage of the system, but there are others. With the first-handler margin ranging between 20 cents and 40 cents per bushel, being able to capture that margin on a larger proportion of grain purchases adds some long-term stability to the margin structure. The piles allow the company to buy more corn at harvest, when prices are typically the lowest, although there have been opportunities to refill the piles in the winter when prices were advantageous, Becker adds. Green Plains is also planning to add grain dryers at some facilities so they can handle more wet corn in future seasons. “We probably won’t keep [the corn] a whole year,” he adds, saying once the piles are opened, they want to move it all. “So you have to think about logistics and supply chain.”

Outdoor storage can increase the odds of corn going out of condition, but Green Plains currently mitigates that risk by buying dry corn and building aeration into its piles. The outdoor piles sit directly on the ground, rather than concrete or blacktop, so Green Plains relies on its ethanol plants’ screening systems to remove foreign material from the grain before grinding.

While the outside piles are boosting potential corn supplies at the ethanol facilities from the typical 10-day to a 45- or even 60-day supply, the ethanol plants actually don’t own the extra stored corn, but rather Green Plains’ grain division. “The ethanol plant typically buys corn and sells ethanol,” Becker says. “The grain company buys corn and sells corn futures. The grain company wants to earn the first-handle margin and carry, where the ethanol plant wants to earn the crush. They’re two separate distinct businesses. When the corn gets picked up from the ground after the economic incentive to hold the corn is gone, if the ethanol plant is the best bid, we’ll send it to the ethanol plant. If it’s not the best bid, we’ll truck to somebody else’s demand.”

The piles at the first three facilities quickly paid for themselves. By the end of this year, the company expects to have 37 million bushels of storage across the system, almost recreating the storage sold in 2012 and at a quarter of the cost or better. The goal is to be at 50 million bushels by the end of 2015. “People are watching what we’re doing,” Becker says. “We get a lot of calls from plants asking how to do this.” Building the piles isn’t the biggest issue, he adds. 50 million bushels of storage capacity at $4 corn potentially requires a hefty $200 million line of credit. “You need to have the capability to finance the inventory and make the margin calls while you’re holding the corn,” he advises. “The easiest and cheapest part of it is to build the pile.”

http://www.gpreinc.com/News/156

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nobody123789 said...

On the other hand memorize this:

$0.0004 9,475,612 OTO 14:57:15
$0.0004 8,893,555 OTO 14:56:16
$0.0004 1,000,000 OTO 14:55:43
$0.0004 17,945,001 OTO 14:54:10

That is a profile of your equity being sucked down the drain. Why? GPRE, most of our clients are rolling in revenue. Getting the picture yet?

Anonymous said...

"Getting the picture yet?"

Boluses of NPD being fired into each trade!

Anonymous said...

Narcissistic Personality Disorder
(NPD) is a pattern of self-centered or egotistical behavior that shows up in thinking and behavior in a lot of different situations and activities. People with NPD won't (or can't) change their behavior even when it causes problems at work or when other people complain about the way they act, or when their behavior causes a lot of emotional distress to others (or themselves? none of my narcissists ever admit to being distressed by their own behavior -- they always blame other people for any problems). This pattern of self-centered or egotistical behavior is not caused by current drug or alcohol use, head injury, acute psychotic episodes, or any other illness, but has been going on steadily at least since adolescence or early adulthood.
getting the picture yet?

nobody123789 said...

The picture is:

that you struggle to even copy and paste. There are remedial courses for that.

Anonymous said...

made 200k in GRPE over last years and see n0b0dy still crying on this board hahaha. learn how to trade suker not cry about loss on forum. donkey

nobody123789 said...

I will be leaving for Europe on business in a week for two weeks. I filly expect to be able to purchase another 20,000,000 shares when I return for less than $6,000 or less. I am again calling my shots.

nobody123789 said...

Unsustainable dilution -- incredible.

Anonymous said...

Do they have a treatment for NPD in Europe?

Anonymous said...

Do they have "filly" cheesesteaks in Europe?

Anonymous said...

Unsustainable dilution meaning dilution can't keep up with buying.
Greenshift Corp. (QB (GERS)
0.0005 ▲ 0.0001 (25.00%)
Volume: 35,990,957

nobody123789 said...

I wonder if you will be able to contain your dismay when the OS count, basic has more than doubled in a single quarter?

Anonymous said...

for less than $6,000 or less?

do you mean for less than $6,000 or less or less then less of 6ooo or less? more or less?

nobody123789 said...

Actually, I mean $5,000. Heck we may even see 0.0003 today with such little interest (BID) at 0.0004.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone really care what this NPD inflicted jerk means?

Slashnuts said...

Patent Issued: 8,598,256

Title of Invention: MULTIFUNCTIONAL BIOCOMPOSITE ADDITIVE COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS

http://portal.uspto.gov/pair/PublicPair

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

A variety of agents are used to form thermoplastic materials. These agents include compatibility agents, foaming agents as well as melt agents, which lower processing temperatures of plastics and other materials. Compatibility agents, melt agents and foaming agents can reduce the cost and consumption of thermoplastic or thermoactive materials. Accordingly, there remains a need for an inexpensive biologically derived material that can reduce the cost and consumption of plastic or thermoactive materials. There is also a need for inexpensive and energy efficient methods of producing biocomposite materials.

Recycled mixed plastics from domestic and commercial waste are generally incompatible in view of processing in a shaping process, such as extrusion. Mixtures of these plastics have led to materials that can be used in products having low physical and mechanical demands. Compatibility agents allow mixtures of incompatible plastics to be molded into generally uniform materials. Compatibility agents that have been used are generally chemical agents, such as polystyrol and polybutadiene. These and other chemical compatibility agents are generally toxic and expensive. Similarly, chemical melt agents are generally toxic and expensive. Hence, there is a need for compatibility and melt agents that are inexpensive as well as non-toxic.

Foaming agents are frequently used in the production of various polymeric foamed materials. The foaming agents are generally physical blowing agents such as nitrogen or carbon dioxide in a supercritical state and are injected into a molten polymer. The blowing agents produce microscopic cells throughout a polymer, which results in a foamed polymer. This process requires expensive equipment and materials. Thus there is a need for a foaming agent that is inexpensive and simple to use.

Slashnuts said...

Patent Issued: 8,449,986

Title of Invention: MULTIFUNCTIONAL BIOCOMPOSITE ADDITIVE COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS

http://portal.uspto.gov/pair/PublicPair

BACKGROUND

The present disclosure generally relates to the renewable fuel, renewable chemical, polymer, plastic, elastomer, resin and adhesive production industries; and more specifically, to improving the production, product mix and economics of fermentation processes, such as corn to ethanol manufacturing processes and the like. More particularly, the present disclosure relates to bioadhesives formed from dried distillers solubles produced in the corn fermentation process.

Bioadhesives are natural polymeric materials that act as adhesives. Exemplary bioadhesives are those derived from soy flour. Soy flour suitable for use as bioadhesives was, and still is, generally obtained by removing some or most of the oil from the soybean, yielding a residual soy meal that was subsequently ground into extremely fine soy flour. The resulting soy flour was then, generally, denatured (i.e., the secondary, tertiary and/or quaternary structures of the proteins were altered to expose additional polar functional groups capable of bonding) with an alkaline agent and, to some extent, hydrolyzed (i.e., the covalent bonds were broken) to yield adhesives for wood bonding under dry conditions.

The use of soybeans as a bioadhesive has various limitations. First and foremost is that making a bioadhesive from soybeans requires removal of the soybean oil. Excessive soybean oil creates weaker bonds and creates issues during heat pressing of the adhesive, wherein a Maillard reaction can take place resulting in browning or blackening of the material, creating a distinct odor and weakening the overall adhesive value. Moreover, the removal of oil from soybeans typically uses a flammable hexane extraction process.

Soybeans naturally have a relatively high concentration of carbohydrates. The high concentration of carbohydrates can create moisture instability issues. In addition, the high carbohydrate levels in soy flour require more complex crosslinking techniques and chemistries to improve the water resistance problem of soybean bioadhesives. The use of soy protein isolates (SPI) have been used, wherein a chemical process is applied to the soy flour to remove starch and/or carbohydrates from the soybean meal. This process creates additional costs and mostly uses hazardous chemistry and methods.

Soybean protein flour also requires a separate hydrolyzation process to make the proteins have an adhesive nature. In most prior art, water is added to the soybean flour along with a caustic or chemical that can raise the pH sufficient to hydrolyze the proteins. Caustic chemicals such as sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxides and other harmful chemicals are often used. Not only does the hydrolyzation process require additional and potentially harmful chemical processing steps, it further adds to the cost of such materials.

Slashnuts said...

Patent Allowed: 13/863,758

Notice of allowance 12/4/13 Fees due by 3/4/14

Title of Invention MULTIFUNCTIONAL BIOCOMPOSITE ADDITIVE COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS

http://portal.uspto.gov/pair/PublicPair

1. A biopolymer comprising: about 80 wt-% to about 99.5 wt-% of a thermoplastic, thermoset, resin, polymer adhesive material, or mixtures thereof; about 0.15 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of dried distillers with solubles (DDS); about 0.025 wt-% to about 4.0 wt-% of a metal oxide; and about 0.025 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of fiber.

2. The biopolymer of claim 1, wherein the biopolymer comprises a thermoplastic material.

3. The biopolymer of claim 1, wherein the thermoplastic material is high density polyethylene.

4. The biopolymer of claim 1, wherein the thermoplastic material comprises mixed recycled plastics.

5. The biopolymer of claim 1, further comprising about 0.005 wt-% to about 6 wt-% latex or acrylic latex

6. A method of making a foamed composition comprising: combining a mixture comprising: about 80 wt-% to about 99.5 wt-% of a thermoplastic material; about 0.15 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of dried distillers with solubles (DDS); about 0.025 wt-% to about 4.0 wt-% of a metal oxide; and about 0.025 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of fiber; and forming the foamed composition by extruding or molding the mixture.

7. A method of lowering the processing temperature of a thermoplastic material comprising: combining a mixture comprising: about 80 wt-% to about 99.5 wt-% of a thermoplastic, or thermoplastic mixture; about 0.15 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of dried distillers with solubles (DDS); about 0.025 wt-% to about 4.0 wt-% of a metal oxide; and about 0.025 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of fiber; and processing the mixture at a temperature about 10% to about 35% below the processing temperature of the thermoplastic alone or thermoplastic mixture alone.

8. A method for processing an incompatible thermoplastic mixture into a homogeneous thermoplastic composition comprising: combining a mixture comprising: about 80 wt-% to about 99.5 wt-% of a mixture of incompatible thermoplastic materials; about 0.15 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of dried distillers with solubles (DDS); about 0.025 wt-% to about 4.0 wt-% of a metal oxide; and about 0.025 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of fiber; and forming the homogeneous thermoplastic composition by extruding the mixture.

Slashnuts said...

Patent Allowed: 13/892,347

Notice of Allowance 12/13/13 Fees due By 3/13/14

Title of Invention: MULTIFUNCTIONAL BIOCOMPOSITE ADDITIVE COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS

http://portal.uspto.gov/pair/PublicPair

1. A biopolymer comprising: about 80 wt-% to about 99.5 wt-% of a thermoplastic, thermoset, resin, polymer adhesive material, or mixtures thereof; about 0.15 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of DDS; about 0.025 wt-% to about 4.0 wt-% of a metal oxide; and about 0.025 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of fiber.

2. The biopolymer of claim 1, wherein the biopolymer comprises a thermoplastic material.

3. The biopolymer of claim 1, wherein the thermoplastic material is high density polyethylene.

4. The biopolymer of claim 1, wherein the thermoplastic material comprises mixed recycled plastics.

5. The biopolymer of claim 1, further comprising about 0.005 wt-% to about 6 wt-% latex or acrylic latex.

6. A method of making a foamed composition comprising: combining a mixture comprising: about 80 wt-% to about 99.5 wt-% of a thermoplastic material; about 0.15 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of DDS; about 0.025 wt-% to about 4.0 wt-% of a metal oxide; and about 0.025 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of fiber; and forming the foamed composition by extruding or molding the mixture.

7. A method of lowering the processing temperature of a thermoplastic material comprising: combining a mixture comprising: about 80 wt-% to about 99.5 wt-% of a thermoplastic, or thermoplastic mixture; about 0.15 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of DDS; about 0.025 wt-% to about 4.0 wt-% of a metal oxide; and about 0.025 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of fiber; and processing the mixture at a temperature about 10% to about 35% below the processing temperature of the thermoplastic alone or thermoplastic mixture alone.

8. A method for processing an incompatible thermoplastic mixture into a homogeneous thermoplastic composition comprising: combining a mixture comprising: about 80 wt-% to about 99.5 wt-% of a mixture of incompatible thermoplastic materials; about 0.15 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of DDS; about 0.025 wt-% to about 4.0 wt-% of a metal oxide; and about 0.025 wt-% to about 10 wt-% of fiber; and forming the homogeneous thermoplastic composition by extruding the mixture.

Slashnuts said...

Patent Pending: 14/087,229

14/087,229 filed on 11-22-2013 which is Pending claims the benefit of 12/466,336 (Patent Number: 8,449,986)

"Sorry, the entered Application Number "14/087,229 " is not yet available for public inspection."

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