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PENNIEStoSTACKS Member Level  Thursday, 02/24/05 12:46:09 AM
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This could be a HUUUUGE development for the Security Business

About Senz-It Technology

The Senz-It(TM) product line is based on research at a major university that has resulted in a technology platform of several issued patents. The approach uses molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs). Each sensor element is able to detect molecular structures by only accepting the "fit" of the particular molecule it is designed to detect. This method allows the sensor(s) to be considerably more selective and reduces demands on downstream signal processing and analysis. Sensor elements are small enough to be adapted to many applications.

Senz-It(TM) products will enable an entirely new approach to process monitoring, sensing, homeland security and environmental scanning applications. The technologies involved are an example of the rapidly developing field of "electronic noses" in which combinations of individual sensors and sensor elements, joined to sophisticated computer analyses, can identify patterns of molecules present in air or liquid environments. These "smart" technologies can "learn" and become more accurate in their operating environment.

In contrast to existing e-nose technology, which is generally based on gas chromatography or mass spectrometer approaches, Senz-It(TM) utilizes molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs). When a target molecule is encountered, this produces a measurable change that can be used to indicate the presence and level of the compound, with sensitivity in the parts per billion (ppb) range. This innovation is intended to put highly discriminating sensors within the reach of home, office and business applications, and changes the scope and nature of markets that might be reached. Currently available "e-nose" applications have been priced beyond the budget of many potential users before Senz-It(TM) technology was developed.
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050124/245638_1.html

BOMB, DRUG, PEOPLE SNIFFERS, BETTER, CHEAPER?????

This appears to be the University (not) mentioned in the PR above. IMO
http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/ibst/ccst

This is why I believe the above
http://64.233.161.104/search?q=cache:YMWDuo_E0lYJ:www.sparksdesigns.co.uk/biopapers02/papers/C3.01.p...

http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/ibst/ccst/pubs.htm

This I believe is the piece of the puzzle that all the other pieces connect to IMO

"senz-iT is dedicated to seek out the best products from the cream of the downhole surveillance tool manufacturers. Add our years of technical experience and then make them smarter. We provide a low cost rental service and money-saving data acquisition solutions."

https://www.rigzone.com/search/sites/senziT_Ltd_downhole_smart_surveillance4005.asp

Now with all the above (IF TRUE) and this below, what price target do you think would be fair for WDAM?

I'm feeling $10, $20 maybe even $50, $50 would ONLY be a $400,000,000 Market cap, I believe.

They only have approximately 8,000,000 shares OS from what I can see.

"Common stock; $0.0001 par value; 800,000,000 shares
authorized, 706,132,090 shares issued and outstanding"
http://www.pinksheets.com/quote/print_filings.jsp?url=%2Fredirect.asp%3Ffilename%3D0001094328%252D04...

REMEMBER THEY JUST DID A 1 for 100 REVERSE SPLIT/MERGER? ;^)
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050124/245887_1.html

And they still have this
http://www.isotecinc.com
http://www.world-am.com

"the ATG-200 anti-tailgating system is available for sale"
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050210/105092_1.html

"Since the last update on December 15, 2004, Isotec shipped 2 financial institution weapons control systems and still has 3 more scheduled for shipping by January 31, 2005, with 2 still in production. In addition, there are presently 16 more proposed systems Isotec believes will result in purchase orders during the first quarter of 2005. Isotec shipped and dealers installed a total of 17 weapons control portals during 2004."
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050127/275685_1.html

I'm assuming that CRANFIELD is the University that the PR above is referring to, I could be totally wrong, I guess we will know for sure shortly, I'm willing to gamble that I'm right, if not it won't matter because a University will hopefully be named which will most likely push the PPS northward anyway.

Best to all invested




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