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    its trading on its potential right now romo, lots of possible revenue streams if they can pull off what they are claiming. did u do your research yet? all those links i gave the other day had tons of info. just one way they can make money is selling pbr's to any1 who wants to have one. if u have a pbr you have your own source for feedstock and fuel and many other things. could radically change things, if u have a couple acres of land u can throw A pbr on it and grow algae for tons of diff things.

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    just my thoughts, not necessarily real or good info below...
    yes, i did some research on BEHL, thats why i ended up selling, i just didn't see money making going on, speculation completely, in fact i didn't see any revenue in any form? The one thing that did catch me was that they can get into carbon credits....that could be big business if they handle it right, meaning, they could trade and sell carbon credits without actually doing any work. What im saying is the algae company could end up being a front for a carbon trading company...

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    Hey Romo:

    Thanks for your feedback on BEHL. I too was wondering where any commerce was. I've been watching the Ihub forum and there's alot of excited people about the construction project, but revenue generation was nowhere to be found. Could be interesting if they're able to sell their PBR system or the carbon credits. Also, when pennystockchaser got involved I lost interest. I've seen them pump/dump alot of companies with little more than hype. Let me know if I've missed something....

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    your welcome....

    hey everyone, I just put my behl earnings into SPNG, i already sold my original investment in spng, but they just announced going into europe and africa and whatnot. Also, they have little to no debt and are profitable with continued growth in revenue. They were recently as high as .28 (two weeks ago or so) and i originally got in at .04....got 5200 shares now in spng with an .08 avg.

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    Spng

    As goofy as SPNG is...it has a real product, even though the sponges get gummy and don't dry out for a couple of weeks. The Sponge Bob Square Pants sponge should be a hit for cleaning up grimey little kids. I can see a bright future for it. If it is going into Europe then you should do just fine...I think it is a great choice at this time.
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    Mglg

    MGLG is just stitting tight...It is simply amazing that it oscillates between .0012 and .0013 day after day. It has to have a pretty solid base to be doing that on very low volume. It shows me that people are just basically sitting on their shares and waiting for the Production Flow Numbers PR.

    If anybody else has any ideas on this, please post them.

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    yes there is no revenue yet, thats why it was worth 003 for awhile duh, but they have VALUE until its proven they cant meet the expectations they put out there, so far they are. i can understand selling, but this isnt spng with 2 bil shares out there, we dont need a giant amount of revenue to move this stock, as u can see the possibility of revenue becoming more of a possibility is enough to move this stock, and yes carbon credits are a big part of behls future, but trust me they will make real cash off their pbr's and algae strains too, not just carbon credits for cleaning up emissions from smoke stacks not to mention i think farmers or anybody with the land that buys one in the future will make money off just buying a pbr from behl. assuming they produce the pbr they say they can produce and that algae can do what all these scientists are claiming it can do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsandy View Post
    Hey Romo:

    Thanks for your feedback on BEHL. I too was wondering where any commerce was. I've been watching the Ihub forum and there's alot of excited people about the construction project, but revenue generation was nowhere to be found. Could be interesting if they're able to sell their PBR system or the carbon credits. Also, when pennystockchaser got involved I lost interest. I've seen them pump/dump alot of companies with little more than hype. Let me know if I've missed something....
    Yes, they have their fingers in it. 30 million shares so far this morning and price climbing. I would be very very careful and have my finger on the trigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billhart22 View Post
    MGLG is just stitting tight...It is simply amazing that it oscillates between .0012 and .0013 day after day. It has to have a pretty solid base to be doing that on very low volume. It shows me that people are just basically sitting on their shares and waiting for the Production Flow Numbers PR.

    If anybody else has any ideas on this, please post them.
    Bill--
    Took some of the Thursday BEHL profits and increased my MGLG by 33.3% today.

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    behl ,potential...
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    2009.06.15 - The City of San Juan Capistrano has granted both BioCentric Energy and BioCentric Energy Algae licenses to execute Research and Development at the company's San Juan Capistrano, California facility for the continued pursuit of algae solutions. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...c-1004022.html)

    2009.06.19 - The company decided to expand the construction size of the phase I closed loop photobioreactor system. Management has opted to enlarge the initial phase from 1000 to 1740 square feet. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...c-1006721.html)

    2009.06.30 - Filing an additional provisional patent to incorporate a 3rd generation of the 180 degree "turn" based on results of the PBR wet test. Construction of a 4500 square feet photobioreactor immediately after the initial 1740 square foot proof-of-concept announced. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...c-1010954.html)

    .: Russell Industries :.
    2009.05.12 - Dennis Fisher met with CEO Rick Berman and signed a Memorandum of Understanding to build a three acre facility outside Houston proper to grow a strain of algae for human nutritional supplement overseas. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-987927.html)

    .: Eccowerks, Port Arthur, Texas :.
    2009.04.24 - May 2nd meeting with Helmut Gass of Eccowerks in Port Arthur, Texas, to discuss a possible joint venture agreement announced. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-979396.html)

    2009.05.12 Met with Mike Law and Helmut Gass to formulate a foundation for a Joint Venture Agreement to author a PPM for a Separate Business Unit (SBU) primarily for 1401 19th Street, at the Port Arthur, Texas location. Furthermore, Ecowerks has hard assets at their location which BioCentric will utilize to bring online in California after a fair and equitable arrangement has been defined by Mr. Law. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-987927.html)

    .: Permian Sea Algae Farm - Imperial, Texas :.
    2009.04.14 - Signed a Memorandum of Understanding to expeditiously build our Algae Pro Photobioreactor utilizing the onsite assets in Imperial.

    What we find particularly advantageous to this location is 1) the salt water aquifer a few feet from the surface 2) the PAR data and 3) access to the up and running laboratory onsite to manage the existing 1400 acres of open algae ponds for the growth of algae as feedstock for Shrimp. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-974059.html)

    2009.04.24 - May 3rd meeting with J.D. Wilshusen announced to finalize a possible Joint Venture Agreement to build the Algae Pro Photobioreactor at their location. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-979396.html)

    2009.05.12 Met with principles. One component is still not yet finalized and will require additional legwork to bring to fruition prior to putting a shovel in the ground. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-987927.html)

    .: Death Valley Junction :.
    2009.03.11 - Signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Amargosa Opera House, LLC to build the provisional patent pending "Algae Pro Closed Loop Photobioreactor Solution" in Death Valley Junction.

    In May 2004 the National Renewable Energy Laboratory released radiation data (PAR Data or Photosynthetically Active Radiation) and defines Death Valley Junction area, using inputs derived from both satellite and surface observations of cloud cover, aerosol optical depth, atmospheric pressure, water vapor and other variables as one of the most advantageous areas for our use in the United States of America. It is also a known fact that there is an aquifer three feet from the surface to provide more than sufficient amounts of water and we can place our large algae water storage tanks below ground and utilize the cooling needs in the hot weather and the warming needs for the cold winter nights. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-959867.html)

    2009.05.29 - Death Valley Junction has been put on hold until a Private Placement Memorandum is completed to generate financing under the auspices of a separate business unit (SBU) where BioCentric Algae will partially own, deliver, and manage the hard assets acquired under the PPM. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-996565.html)

    .: High Grade Feedstock :.
    2009.01.22 - Received a request from one of the largest poultry companies in the USA to provide them with samples of our algae for testing for possible utilization of high-grade feedstock with Omega 3. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...nc-940820.html)

    2009.02.18 - Delivered 400 grams of a high grade, rich in Omega 3 feedstock. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...nc-951549.html)

    2009.04.08 - Agreed to provide sufficient amounts of four strains of dried algae and the BioCentric Team of Scientists (including Phycologists, Biologists, and Bioengineers) to work with one of the largest poultry companies in the USA for a detailed analysis of our algae as a nutritional supplement. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-972243.html)

    2009.05.12 - One of the largest poultry corporations, the largest algae production facility in the United States, Bio Cen, and BioCentric have begun to author a concise plan of action to evaluate the true value of algae as a nutritional supplement and feedstock which will involve several thousand chickens in country being analyzed by an independent third party. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-987927.html)

    .: Lake Elsinore, California :.
    2008.10.15 - A 100+ year old company that has the distinction of one of the top users of natural gas in California -- in a Joint Venture with Southern Pacific Energy we will deliver CO2 reduction and profitable Algae growth for production of oil to biodiesel, and gasifying the residue to biogas to produce electricity.

    2009.05.29 - The Lake Elsinore Project is cancelled until such time as Pacific Clay turns their furnaces on again. The source of our CO2 and heat was the reason for interest in this location. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-996565.html)

    .: Wuhan, China :.
    Wuhan has the distinction of emitting 33,000,000 tons per year of CO2 from their coal fired steel factories -- in a Joint Venture with Zenxin we will deliver an algae solution to reduce CO2 emissions and generate our profitable algae solution for production of oil to biodiesel, and gasifying the residue to biogas to produce electricity through jet turbine generators within a closed loop solution.

    2008.10.21 - Signed an Association Agreement with Zenxin of China -- Specifically, this partnership will result in the formation of BioCentric Energy Algae Hong Kong Ltd (BCEA HK). The first of many projects of this alliance is located in Wuhan, China, which is a coal fired steel generation facility emitting 40,000 tons of CO2 per year. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...nc-911901.html)

    2009.05.15 - Conversations with the Chinese are still ongoing and have yet to go to contract -- within the next few weeks we are informed that a definitive contract will be authored for our signature -- we'll see. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-990259.html)

    .: Orange County, Texas :.
    54 acres owned by our Joint Venture Partners PEI who purchased a prior Exxon refinery for our three phase project.

    a) Phase One -- utilizing the refinery assets on the ground to purify offspec products for local chemical facilities.
    b) Phase Two -- The installation of our unique solution for Used Tires to deliver #4 heating oil, stainless steel, carbon black, and syngas for energy needs replacement for the onsite refinery.
    c) Phase Three -- The installation of our second unique solution of Chinese Tallow and green wastes to generate a non food source biodiesel feedstock, green charcoal for power generation, and biogas for electrical generation.

    .: BioCentric Consortium :.
    Facilitating the sale and delivery of Organic Oils for Biodiesel Production and EN/ASTM Spec Biodiesel.

    .: Peru :.
    Organizing and Facilitating Farmer Co-op in Peru to place BioCentric Energy Inc. as Mandate to facilitate the planting, harvesting, sale, and delivery of organic biodiesel feedstock.

    2009.02.18 - Quality algae, grown inexpensively and exclusively in our patent-pending closed loop photobioreactor solution, is a new crop with higher yields, than any other crop on the planet. We can grow specific strains, determined to be rich in protein, carbohydrates, fats, and fiber, in any combination thereof, to feed humans soon (www.iimsam.org). In the interim, our algae will provide positive, quantifiable results in poultry, pigs, and fish." (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...nc-951549.html)

    2009.04.24 - April 29th meeting with Mohammed Janus (Nobel Peace Prize winner in Economics) and Peter Spiegel of Genesis Institute announced regarding Grameen Bank support for third world countries working with BEHL and the UN to implement the Algae Pro Photobioreactors for high value nutrition. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-979396.html)

    2009.05.15 - Grameen Bank/UN -- From our initial proposal, Mr. Mohammed Janus has requested a White Paper, that we have yet to author, to tie http://www.iimsam.org with the Grameen Bank to deliver the BioCentric Energy Algae Pro Photobioreactors to Farmer Co-ops for a more profitable and nutritious year-round harvest crop in several third world countries. (http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...gy-990259.html)

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