Tims Questions Tuesday, 10/27/20 09:39:27 AM Re: None Post # of 822 I am new to this board and I have a couple to questions. I've read some of the posts and much of it is conjecture, I am trying to figure this out like everyone else. I see that some folks say that they KNOW what the public company owns, patents are the most important thing. In the absence of filings this is all but impossible to determine, yet there are some that state that they KNOW that the public company owns the patents. How? The patents are the only thing worth owning. I have looked and cannot determine from anything that I read where the patents reside. I'm not looking for conjecture, for every guess based upon what has been done in the past there is a securities lawyer who knows how to get around it. If/when something happens with the company the public side will be a potential "legal morass" for them as they have done nothing to show what is no longer in the public company. In a legal sense that implies that all assets are still in the company. What this will come down to is how much of a pain in the balls will the public company be and what are they willing to pay to make nice. Does any one KNOW if the patents are still on the company and how do you know?