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Re: RE: [sharechat] Indranet


From: <vandervoorn@xtra.co.nz>
Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2003 23:27:44 +1200


Tony, If you're in the electricity business, you might recall that Orion put a 
reasonable amount of money (you might be able to find out how much) into a 
company called Convertech about 5 years ago. They had a great technology to get 
all these valuable chemicals and energy from refuse. The refuse all went into 
this big black box and the goodies came out at the other end (that was more or 
less the theory anyway).
Convertech has since sunk without a trace, taking all the investors' money with 
it. Dr Louis Arnoux is the brains behind both Convertech and Indranet. It may 
be that he is merely accident prone...

Hans


> 
> From: Tony <tony@ltdrisk.com>
> Date: 2003/07/12 Sat AM 10:25:14 GMT+12:00
> To: sharechat@sharechat.co.nz
> Subject: RE: [sharechat] Indranet
> 
> I know nothing about Indranet but I do know that perpetual motion is against
> the laws of physics(ie the conservation of energy...energy in = energy out).
> 
> Finally, I am learning a thing or two from Warren, albeit sometimes buried
> in waffle about "your trusty TI calculator...
> The thrust of it is that people who can make shareholder's equity return =
> 25% *in a simple way* are the people I want, using my money to make money.
> 
> disclosure
> My business is electricity generation, done as efficiently as possible.
> If/when *perpetual motion* is discovered I'd be very keen to invest.
> 
> tony
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: sharechat-owner@sharechat.co.nz
> [mailto:sharechat-owner@sharechat.co.nz]On Behalf Of Jim Insley
> Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2003 23:52
> To: sharechat@sharechat.co.nz
> Subject: Re: [sharechat] Indranet
> 
> 
> Joe.  Your second para is spot on.   There is a dilemma here. When you KNOW
> the outfit smells,do you tell others whose sense may be blunted,or do you
> say Serve them right?
> Some other comments from 2002.
> 
> > I see that IndraNet Technologies are doing another public money raising.
> > Still developing, not yet even funding the roll out of their technology. I
> > dismissed this firm three years ago when they first went to the public for
> > money. Has anybody following them currently got any thoughts??
> 
> I had a close look at them a year or two ago.
> 
> In my personal opinion they have a very small amount of technology that is
> not unique in any way.  They cloud it up in a welter of techno-baffle that
> appears to be directed primarily at naive mums'n'dads investors.
> 
> Other organizations have done significant parts of what they say they will
> do - for instance the distributed networking trial in Cardiff by BT has very
> strong overlaps, but is actual realised technology
> 
> I strongly recommend running very fast in the other direction from this
> company.  Their approach to getting money clearly targets uncritical
> investors.  This is a very bad sign.
> 
> Jeremy
> 
> Disclosure : My current business is provision of computer networking using
> wireless technology including distributed wireless networks.  I am not an
> OEM and have no business conflict with Indranet.-------
> 
> 
>  Back further in time,they were selling "inertialess power"   eg perpetual
> motion.
>  Tony de Bruyn might like to make a comment if he reads this.
> 
> I wish I had kept the stuff on their website from a few years ago,but here
> is a bit from the present one.
> 
>  the core of the IndraNet technology are a unique tridimensional fractal
> mesh network architecture and a set of operations protocols that enable
> solving key problems faced by wireless communication networks and that
> addresses the global emerging market demands for massive increases in
> broadband communications.
> 
> Do you understand any of that Joe?     I think Jeremy and I can except for
> the "tridimensional fractal",but there is no useful info in the statement
> anyway.
> I will not be hypocritical and wish you a nice day.   Just take care where
> you put your cash.      Jim
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Joe Blicup" <joe_blicup@paradise.net.nz>
> To: <sharechat@sharechat.co.nz>
> Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2003 10:00 AM
> Subject: Re: [sharechat] Indranet
> 
> 
> > Dear Jim,
> > Time and again I see people like yourself slagging off companies who are
> > trying to do innovative development and all you can do is tug your wrist,
> > attempting to pull the rug out.
> >
> > The implication of your posting is that somehow Indranet is generating
> money
> > from the (gullible) public and using it to have themselves a party in
> > Christchurch, presumably dishing that money out to directors and generally
> > taking investors for a ride.
> >
> > Of course as your posting contains absolutely no supporting information at
> > all to backup or substantiate your claims and inferences, then all we have
> > is vitriol.
> >
> > Have a nice day.
> >
> >
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