Wednesday, 20 August 2014

"GoFundMe" Request to Fund Liquid Ecological Fertilizer Production System Prototype

Here is the link:  http://www.gofundme.com/b22s00

We are trying to fund the introduction of a working liquid ecological fertilizer production system in the United States, preferably in a zone of intensive agricultural activity. The system is designed to empower LOCAL farmers by allowing them to produce ecologically friendly, yet powerful, liquid fertilizers in close proximity to their respective agricultural activities. This system is part of a proven business model in Europe, where it has been in place for decades. The production system is based on a patent developed by an Agronomical Engineer from Romania, who has successfully deployed systems like these throughout Romania and elsewhere within the European Union.

As an incentive to those who may consider helping us, we are offering, to the donor furnishing the largest donation or combination of donations to this cause, ONE LICENSE FOR PRODUCTION AT A SITE OTHER THAN THE ONE WE SELECT FOR OUR PROTOTYPE.

We have proposed a "National Ecological Fertilizer Project" for the United States, which, if funded by congress, will produce more than 788,000 new American jobs. What this prototype is really about is "proof of concept". We invite donors in any denomination, large or small. Once we get fully funded, we plan to operate a non-profit Academy to train people in the production of these fertilizers and to offer instructions to all interested parties.

Thanks, in advance, for your help!


Here, again, is the link: http://www.gofundme.com/b22s00

Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Patent Offer







Patent Offer



This patent is being offered for sale by Elena Mihaela Ketchum, Agronomist and former Research Scientist at the Academy of Agriculture and Forestry, Institute for Plant Protection, in Bucharest, Romania. Graduate with degree in Agronomy from Nicholas Balcescu University in Bucharest.



She has been a successful business executive for more than 30 years. She is also an inventor and patent holder through OSIM (Romanian State Office for Inventions and Trademarks).



The patent for sale is patent number 123585, issued 02-28-2014 concerns the formula and production process for Liquid Ecological Fertilizers and is valid throughout the European Union.



The Offer, includes the formulae, the manufacturing process, and a working factory for production.



The patented liquid Ecological Fertilizer, called FOLIPLANT, is designed for foliar application and is a comprehensive solution consisting of MACRO MINERALS, MICRO-MINERALS, and certain trace elements, including vitamin C and other additives which increase the grip on the plant leaves and other surfaces.



The patented fertilizer contains bio-catalysts for vital plant functions, which is obtained from a BIO-IONIC MINERAL, which is 100% assimilated by plants.



FOLIPLANT is a fertilizer which is genuinely ECOLOGICAL, providing both plant and soil protection, with no retention beyond the needs of the plants. Groundwater is not contaminated by the use of FOLIPLANT.



The invention has the following composition:



MACRO-ELEMENTS:



Nitrogen 80-85 g/liter

Phosphorus 130-140 g/liter

Potassium 40-42 g/liter



MICRO-ELEMENTS:



Iron 0.2 – 0.4 g/liter

Zinc 0.04 – 0.06 g/liter

Copper 0.008 – 0.012 g/liter

Magnesium 0.15 – 0.2 g/liter

Manganese 0.25 – 0.35 g/liter

Molybdenum 0.008 – 0.009 g/liter

Boron 0.10 – 0.12 g/liter

Sulfur 0.10 – 0.15 g/liter

PH 6.5 – 7.1

Density: 1.23 kg/dm3



Contains active leaf adherence to fertilizer and bio-catalysts.

FOLIPLANT is green in color. Recommended treatment strength: 5-8 liters per hectare.



Manufactured and utilized as prescribed under the patent, production increase (i.e. yield increase) is at least 60%. FOLIPLANT has been shown to contain all the vital elements which plants require for growth and development, while maintaining overall plant health and increasing resilience against attack from disease and damaging conditions such as drought and other adverse climate conditions.



Period of product warranty is typically three (3) years from moment of manufacture.



FOLIPLANT has been tested and approved for a wide variety of crops types, including, but not limited to, grapes, wheat, barley, oats, hops, corn, potatoes, sugar beets, sunflower, rape and all manner of vegetables grown in greenhouses through fertigation. It has also been shown to be effective for soybeans, strawberries, all types of melons and even tobacco and all manner of herbs.



FOLIPLANT is such a versatile fertilizer, it has been even shown to work, quite effectively, on all types of fruit trees, pasture lands, lawn grasses and plant nurseries.



FERTILIZER FACTORIES AND PRODUCTION FACILITIES



Built and deployed as specified in the patent offering, the production capacity of one fertilizer manufacturing facility is approximately 2100 liters in an 8 hour period. Based on this, and assuming 1 shift of 8 hours per any given day, a 22 day period of non-weekend workdays would produce around 46,200 liters per month.



Based on the above numbers, a 12 month year of 46,200 liters per month will yield a production of 554,400.00 liters.



The minimum profit realized on the sale of FOLIPLANT fertilizers is 0.5Euro/liter of fertilizer. This translates into a minimum profit of 277,200 Euros in a year of production that only includes 1 shift per day of 8 hours. Operating 2 shifts per day, and still without working weekends, the project

ted profit DOUBLES to 554,400.00 Euros in a given year.



Utilities required to place a fertilizer factory in operation are (1) a reliable water supply and (2) a stable source of electricity. Once constructed and placed into normal operation, the fertilizer factory does not consume any more utilities than living in an apartment normally does.



PATENT OFFER VARIANTS:



There are three (3) very different types of offers made with respect to this patent, each described below:



  1. PRODUCTION LICENSE, ONLY (FACTORY NOT INCLUDED):
    With this option the buyer becomes the beneficiary of a license, which will be register with OSIM (The Romanian State Patent Office), with the license good in all Member States of the European Union. Practical training in production methods, product promotion, distribution, and sales throughout the Member State of the buyer is offered. The price for this license and training is 300,000.00 Euros, plus related expenses such as travel, food and lodging during the training period.

  2. PRODUCTION LICENSE, INCLUDING FACTORY (PATENT NOT INCLUDED):
    This option is exactly the same as #1, above, except that we build a fertilizer factory for you, on your site, to the exact specifications laid out in the patent. We handle all the details of the construction and permits needed in order to give the buyer a turn-key operation that is guaranteed to work as advertised. The price for this option is 800,000.00 Euros, plus related expenses such as travel, food and lodging for the period of the factory build-out and subsequent training mentioned in #1, above.

  3. FULL SALE AND TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF THE FERTILIZER PATENT (INCLUDING FACTORY):
    This is the very best deal of all, since, with the outright ownership of the patent, the buyer will be able to sell production licenses and/or franchises to other clients and recover the initial investment quickly. With this option, the buyer takes complete ownership of the patent, which is also registered with OSIM. In addition to the normal training provided in #1, and #2, above, the buyer will receive theoretical and practical courses and textbooks on every aspect of this business, including, but not limited to, presentation, promotion, negotiation, distribution and fertilizer sales. Training will be included in forecasting and advising clients in the use of fertilizers based on diagnostics made on soil samples. The price for the ownership of the patent (along with the rights to sell manufacturing licenses), together with a working fertilizer factory and all required training to succeed in this business is 1,500,000.00 Euros, plus related expenses such as travel, food, and lodging for the period of the factory build-out and subsequent training as mentioned in #1 and #2, above.



Contact us today, via e-mail at PETRESCU_ELENAM@YAHOO.COM






Friday, 11 April 2014

Offer of Fertilizer Production License and Turn-Key Installation

OFFER OF LICENSE FOR LIQUID ECOLOGICAL FOLIAR FERTILIZER INSTALLATION,

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

COMPLETE INSTALLATION HARDWARE

FORMULAE AND PROCEDURES FOR MAKING FERTILIZER

KNOW HOW

The fertilizers are a complex of mineral obtained via patented ecological procedure.
The contents: macro elements (Ammonia, Phosphorus, and Potassium ), together with micro elements : Fe, Zn, Cu , Mo , B, S , Co, Mg , Mn, Ni. Each of the above in the necessary concentrations benefits plants and, ultimately, for the consumers when they use agricultural products made using our fertilizers.

The fertilizer production installation will be assembled by us on-site and delivered to the buyer in working condition.

Our fertilizers are classified as “Millennium III Fertilizers”, as defined and described by the International Congress of Fertilizers, of which we and our company are members. Together, we represent the future of agriculture in the world, where the health and well-being of the people are recognized to begin with the quality and nutritional content of the foods they consume.

Our fertilizer characteristics conform to and comply with all the standards and other requirements established by the European Union:
Ph-active content in active substances , optimal concentrations , low costs of production and they are ecological in every respect. The contents are adapted to climate, land structure, plant variety etc.

We are selling licenses based on European patents held by us, which represent scientifically solutions for health of soil, plants and people.

The cost of one (1) license can be recuperated within 6-8 months of selling produced fertilizer, based on the manufacturing capacity of one installation, which is 600 liters / one hour per installation.

We also include and the licensee will have following:
1). The process and installation licenses, register in the name of client.
2). The fabrication technology,
3). The formulae and procedures required for the manufacturing of our fertilizer.
4). Patented design blueprints of the factory.
5). Starter kit in business to obtain profit.
6). Feasibility study for producers.
7).“Know-How”.
8). Marketing and managerial strategies and support.
9). Promotion and advertising support for these products through symposiums and other material presentations.
10). Technical support, which later the personal will offer to clients.
11). Complete project support data, including information concerning purchase of raw material, labels, recipients, etc.
12). Coding for registering production histories
13). Operational “franchise” regulations for proposed installations, including personnel protection rules for workers, and a list of known suppliers for various raw materials used in our production processes.
14). The branding to be included on every label.
15). The completed installation, in working condition.
16). Professional training, with books and other instruction materials needed in support of the business.

The liquid ecological foliar fertilizers are normally applied by spraying on leaves. The foliar fertilizers are green color, with precisely calculated contents in minerals ( macro elements and micro element ), in beneficial formulations for plants which are applied in important growth phases for plants, as needed, based on the moment of application in the life of the plant targeted.

- Applied quantity for one treatment is: 5 liters per hectare.
-For following crops : wheat , rice , maize (large-scale open-air agriculture ), vegetable gardens, fruits tree, vineyards , greenhouses , household plants of every size , and for all manner of landscaping and/or lawn care projects.

The minerals contents are taken-up by the plants and replace important elements often overlooked by agricultural producers.
Another important benefit for plants using ecological fertilizers is that they became very drought resistant, with leaves growing fast with good content in chlorophyll that means in photosynthesis process.

-There is a 100% correlation between public health and the mineral content of the agricultural products they consume. Literally, "You are what you eat".

-OVER THE PAST 10+ YEARS THAT WE HAVE BEEN IN THIS BUSINESS, ALL AREAS TREATED WITH OUR LIQUID ECOLOGICAL FOLIAR AND OTHER MINERAL FERTILIZERS HAVE CONSISTENTLY AND ECOLOGICALLY PRODUCED HIGH-QUALITY CROPS, WHICH COMMANDED THE BEST PRICES AND PRODUCED, DEMONSTRABLY MORE OUTPUT AND ANY COMPARABLE SOLID FERTILIZERS.

-THE COSTS OF OUR ECOLOGICAL LIQUID FERTILIZERS ARE ABOUT 33% THAT OF THE NEAREST COMPARABLE SOLID FERTILIZERS. THAT IS A HUGE DISCOUNT OF 67% OFF WHAT WOULD NORMALLY BE SPENT.

-THE PLANT-FERTILIZER ASSIMILATION PROCESS FOR OUR LIQUID FERTILIZERS IS 100 % SUPERIOR TO THAT OF ORDINARY SOLID FERTILIZERS, SINCE SOLID FERTILIZERS RELY ON ADDITIONAL IRRIGATION OR SOME ACT OF GOD (LIKE RAIN) TO MAKE THEM START TO WORK.


PRODUCTION EXAMPLE: CONSIDERING 600 LITERS OF FINISHED FERTILIZER PER ONE OUR, WITH PRODUCTION INSTALLATION WORKING 10 HOURS + 6000 LITERS /DAY, INONE MONTH OF 20 NORMAL WORKING (WEEKDAY) DAYS= 6000 LITERS X 20 DAYS = 120,000 LITERS PER MONTH.

APPLICATION DOSE IS 5 LITERS/HECTARE.

120,000 LITERS: 5 LITERS /Ha. = 24.000 HECTARES SELLING IN ONE MONTH, IN ONE TEAM (IN THIS EXAMPLE).

-IN ONE YEAR = 24.00 HA/MONTH X 12 MONTHS = 48,000 HECTARES
IN CONCLUSION: ONE PRODUCTION INSTALLATION WITH A CAPACITY OF 600 LITERS / ONE HOUR CAN PRODUCE FERTILIZERS FOR 48,000 HECTARES.

IN CASE WE ARE USING 2 TEAMS (20 MAN-HOURS) PER DAY , ONE PRODUCTION INSTALLATION CAN PRODUCE FERTILIZERS FOR 96,000 HECTARES OVER THE COURSE OF ONE (1) YEAR.

ALL THE ABOVE FIGURES USE A VERY CONSERVATIVE MARK-UP OF 1.00 EURO PER LITER ABOVE COSTS TO PRODUCE AND, THEREFORE, AFFORDING 1.00 EURO PER LITER OF PROFIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS CALCULATION.

That being said, the results are still astonishing. Look that what you get below!!!!

NET PROFIT (MINIMUM, USING THE 20 MAN-HOUR PER DAY, 20 DAY PER MONTH SCENARIO) 480,000.00 EURO. / YEAR.

EVEN THE SMALLEST FARMERS (e.g. 500 HECTARES OR LESS) CAN COMPLETELY SUPPORT DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALL THE AREA AROUND 96,000.HECTARES.





Patent Offer - REVISED JULY 01, 2014



This patent is being offered for sale by Elena Mihaela Ketchum, Agronomist and former Research Scientist at the Academy of Agriculture and Forestry, Institute for Plant Protection, in Bucharest, Romania. Graduate with degree in Agronomy from Nicholas Balcescu University in Bucharest.



She has been a successful business executive for more than 30 years. She is also an inventor and patent holder through OSIM (Romanian State Office for Inventions and Trademarks).



The patent for sale is patent number 123585, issued 02-28-2014 concerns the formula and production process for Liquid Ecological Fertilizers and is valid throughout the European Union.



The Offer, includes the formulae, the manufacturing process, and a working factory for production.



The patented liquid Ecological Fertilizer, called FOLIPLANT, is designed for foliar application and is a comprehensive solution consisting of MACRO MINERALS, MICRO-MINERALS, and certain trace elements, including vitamin C and other additives which increase the grip on the plant leaves and other surfaces.



The patented fertilizer contains bio-catalysts for vital plant functions, which is obtained from a BIO-IONIC MINERAL, which is 100% assimilated by plants.



FOLIPLANT is a fertilizer which is genuinely ECOLOGICAL, providing both plant and soil protection, with no retention beyond the needs of the plants. Groundwater is not contaminated by the use of FOLIPLANT.



The invention has the following composition:



MACRO-ELEMENTS:



Nitrogen 80-85 g/liter

Phosphorus 130-140 g/liter

Potassium 40-42 g/liter



MICRO-ELEMENTS:



Iron 0.2 – 0.4 g/liter

Zinc 0.04 – 0.06 g/liter

Copper 0.008 – 0.012 g/liter

Magnesium 0.15 – 0.2 g/liter

Manganese 0.25 – 0.35 g/liter

Molybdenum 0.008 – 0.009 g/liter

Boron 0.10 – 0.12 g/liter

Sulfur 0.10 – 0.15 g/liter

PH 6.5 – 7.1

Density: 1.23 kg/dm3



Contains active leaf adherence to fertilizer and bio-catalysts.

FOLIPLANT is green in color. Recommended treatment strength: 5-8 liters per hectare.



Manufactured and utilized as prescribed under the patent, production increase (i.e. yield increase) is at least 60%. FOLIPLANT has been shown to contain all the vital elements which plants require for growth and development, while maintaining overall plant health and increasing resilience against attack from disease and damaging conditions such as drought and other adverse climate conditions.



Period of product warranty is typically three (3) years from moment of manufacture.



FOLIPLANT has been tested and approved for a wide variety of crops types, including, but not limited to, grapes, wheat, barley, oats, hops, corn, potatoes, sugar beets, sunflower, rape and all manner of vegetables grown in greenhouses through fertigation. It has also been shown to be effective for soybeans, strawberries, all types of melons and even tobacco and all manner of herbs.



FOLIPLANT is such a versatile fertilizer, it has been even shown to work, quite effectively, on all types of fruit trees, pasture lands, lawn grasses and plant nurseries.



FERTILIZER FACTORIES AND PRODUCTION FACILITIES



Built and deployed as specified in the patent offering, the production capacity of one fertilizer manufacturing facility is approximately 2100 liters in an 8 hour period. Based on this, and assuming 1 shift of 8 hours per any given day, a 22 day period of non-weekend workdays would produce around 46,200 liters per month.



Based on the above numbers, a 12 month year of 46,200 liters per month will yield a production of 554,400.00 liters.



The minimum profit realized on the sale of FOLIPLANT fertilizers is 0.5Euro/liter of fertilizer. This translates into a minimum profit of 277,200 Euros in a year of production that only includes 1 shift per day of 8 hours. Operating 2 shifts per day, and still without working weekends, the project

ted profit DOUBLES to 554,400.00 Euros in a given year.



Utilities required to place a fertilizer factory in operation are (1) a reliable water supply and (2) a stable source of electricity. Once constructed and placed into normal operation, the fertilizer factory does not consume any more utilities than living in an apartment normally does.



PATENT OFFER VARIANTS:



There are three (3) very different types of offers made with respect to this patent, each described below:



  1. PRODUCTION LICENSE, ONLY (FACTORY NOT INCLUDED):
    With this option the buyer becomes the beneficiary of a license, which will be register with OSIM (The Romanian State Patent Office), with the license good in all Member States of the European Union. Practical training in production methods, product promotion, distribution, and sales throughout the Member State of the buyer is offered. The price for this license and training is 300,000.00 Euros, plus related expenses such as travel, food and lodging during the training period.

  2. PRODUCTION LICENSE, INCLUDING FACTORY (PATENT NOT INCLUDED):
    This option is exactly the same as #1, above, except that we build a fertilizer factory for you, on your site, to the exact specifications laid out in the patent. We handle all the details of the construction and permits needed in order to give the buyer a turn-key operation that is guaranteed to work as advertised. The price for this option is 800,000.00 Euros, plus related expenses such as travel, food and lodging for the period of the factory build-out and subsequent training mentioned in #1, above.

  3. FULL SALE AND TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF THE FERTILIZER PATENT (INCLUDING FACTORY):
    This is the very best deal of all, since, with the outright ownership of the patent, the buyer will be able to sell production licenses and/or franchises to other clients and recover the initial investment quickly. With this option, the buyer takes complete ownership of the patent, which is also registered with OSIM. In addition to the normal training provided in #1, and #2, above, the buyer will receive theoretical and practical courses and textbooks on every aspect of this business, including, but not limited to, presentation, promotion, negotiation, distribution and fertilizer sales. Training will be included in forecasting and advising clients in the use of fertilizers based on diagnostics made on soil samples. The price for the ownership of the patent (along with the rights to sell manufacturing licenses), together with a working fertilizer factory and all required training to succeed in this business is 1,500,000.00 Euros, plus related expenses such as travel, food, and lodging for the period of the factory build-out and subsequent training as mentioned in #1 and #2, above.



Contact us today, via e-mail at PETRESCU_ELENAM@YAHOO.COM








Thursday, 10 April 2014

Outsourced Employment Repatriation / Consumer Credit Data Security Proposal


CONSUMER CREDIT DATA PROPOSAL
(First submitted to Congress and President Obama in Early 2009)
 
American Consumer Credit Data Security and Outsourced Employment Repatriation Act of 2014


Recent events in India and Pakistan as well as North Africa and the Middle East have, collectively, shown that hostility toward Western civilians, Western Institutions, and Western Nations is on the increase, as demonstrated by a seemingly endless parade of terrorist activities.

In many nations, terrorists have carried out attacks against Western interests through, not only bombings, kidnappings, and other acts of violence, but by internet-based attacks, which often exploit personal information from servers in the United States. One reason for such exploitation is to be found in the increasing access that English-speaking nations have to U.S. banking, finance and collection institutions, which have, increasingly “outsourced” everything from routine account creation and maintenance activities to collection of debts of every kind and character. As such, the same United States corporate entities have served to create opportunities for internet-based terrorism, which now includes running sophisticated embezzlement and other “scam” operations against unsuspecting Americans. The scams, not-unlike dealing drugs or prostitutes, are, in-turn, used to finance any number of nefarious schemes.

While some “outsourcing” of work to markets where labor costs are less may make some business sense, even if this practices reduces American jobs, there seems to be a limit where, exceeding said limit would put profits ahead of National Security, even if one has no regard for privacy or other consumer rights for Americans.

In sum, I submit that the curtailment of these opportunities for Internet-based terrorism is in the highest National Security Interests. In many ways, this objective is completely in line with those very few otherwise Constitutionally-legal ideas expressed within the U.S.A. Patriot Act. It is perhaps most ironic that, while the Patriot Act was passed in the alleged name of National Security, with all its banking limitations on ordinary citizens, that U.S. Banks and other large corporations, engaged in debt collections and other financial services operations have been permitted to EXPORT PRIVATE U.S. CITIZEN BANKING, CREDIT, AND PERSONAL DATA TO COUNTRIES KNOWN TO BE HARBOURING AL QAEDA OPERATIONS.

Accordingly, the solution seems simple enough:

Make it illegal for any U.S. Banking, collection agency, or other financial services company; together with any U.S.-based telecommunications or Internet service company, to use ANY Non-USA person or other entity, whether or not said person or business entity is employed by or under contract to any USA person or other entity.

Enforcement should be easy enough. The FED and the Treasury Department have largely taken control of many of the US banks and should give them 60 days to cease and desist from all foreign operations involving servicing United States citizens, whether for credit, collections, any other financial service or product, telecommunications account(s) or Internet Service Provider (ISP) accounts, together with any other forms of remote technical support.

Suggested penalties for failure to comply might include, but should not be limited to, (1) revocation of the violator’s bank or other institutional charter and (2) imprisonment and fines against any such violator institutions President, CEO, Board Chairman, and all Board members.

There is little doubt that many in the business community will be against this idea, since they will claim it will affect their bottom line. However, the National Security implications of this issue are real enough. Further and finally, businesses that voluntarily take steps to comply with these new measure, if enacted, will be perceived as being both patriotic and as good corporate citizens, since they will almost certainly re-employ some of the many, many thousands of Americans who have been displaced by these “outsourcing” practices over the recent years in the banking, collection, financial services, telecommunications, and ISP service industries, together with firms offering all forms of remote technical support.

One good policy measure to encourage voluntary compliance might be to offer a one-time tax incentive to US businesses who comply with this measure in less than the 60 days I have suggested. I would make them show and certify that ALL foreign operations had been terminated (verified by the US Commercial Services branch of the Embassies of the countries involved) and that they had created, one-for-one a like job in the United States, replacing, one-for-one, the job formerly outsourced in some foreign country. I would offer a one-time corporate tax credit of $14,560.00 (One person, at $7.00 per hour, for one normal year of employment) per person, per job, returned in this manner to the United States from some foreign jurisdiction, if and only if, the foreign jurisdiction operation is closed altogether (certified as mentioned above) and a corresponding new job in the United States is created to replace the former“outsourced” job (to be verified by the U.S. Department of Labor and co-coordinated with the State Department on the foreign side, for one-to-one correspondence verifications).

To review, the job areas targeted for“re-patriation”:

1. All servicing of U.S. citizen (personal and/or corporate) banking and other financial services accounts for U.S. citizens;
2.   ALL servicing of U.S. citizen(personal and/or corporate) collection activities carried out by any company or individual, whether or not organized, chartered or situated within the United States;
3.        ALL servicing of U.S. citizen (personal and/or corporate) telecommunications accounts;
4. ALL servicing of U.S. citizen (personal and/or corporate) Internet Service Provider (ISP) accounts and/or other forms of remote technical support.

It is my firm belief that these actions will increase the National Security Interests of the United States by denying opportunities for financing terror operations via various forms of internet and other identity fraud.

Further and finally, these measures will re-create U.S. jobs at a maximum cost to the American taxpayers of $14,560.00 per job. Under this plan, the entire 2.5 million new jobs targeted by the incoming Obama Administration could, theoretically, cost the taxpayers $36.4 Billion dollars, assuming there are 2.5 million outsourced service industry jobs that are covered by this proposal.

ADDENDUM:

While the basis for this proposed legislation was the idea that increasing U.S. national data security could become the basis for repatriation of millions of American jobs lost to this type of activity over the past decade, it is worth noting that similar, parallel legislation should be considered for enactment which similarly bars outsourcing of employment in other areas not covered by this proposed legislation.

I speak, specifically, here about the United States automotive industry and any other industry that has come to the U.S. taxpayers for some kind of “bail-out”. Right now, it is just the banks and financial institutions. However, if the Detroit automakers are to receive money or other help of any kind from the American taxpayers, they should berequired to eliminate jobs created in Mexico or Canada, which have displaced U.S. employees, on a similar basis to that proposed for the banks and other outsourced services proposed and covered, by the above proposed legislation.

Such a requirement would not have the effect of altogether negating N.A.F.T.A., but is a permissible activity since the United States does not offer national health insurance like the Canadians do, or pay no regard to environmental protection measures required by international treaties, like the Mexicans do. We only propose tax incentives to create a more “level playing field” for American workers and American Industries.

I would propose that any such legislation use the same target number ($14,560.00 per job) as an appropriate tax credit to repatriate U.S. automotive and other manufacturing jobs back into the United States as part of a general job re-creation program. While it is not necessarily so that any new jobs would be created immediately, it is equally true that any jobs re-patriated under this type of measure are bound to have existed, once-upon-a-time, in the United States. This just brings them home.
 
 





Proposal for a National Ecological Fertilizer Project

NATIONAL ECOLOGICAL FERTILIZER PROJECT
(First Proposed to the U.S. Congress and to President Obama in 2009)

We propose the nation-wide construction and deployment of liquid ecological fertilizer production units within each and every one of the 87,525 localities of the United States, as identified by the National League of Cities, according to a plan set forth below, which will eliminate the need for dangerous, explosive ammonium nitrate fertilizers within the United States, thus doing a major part to deter and eliminate possibilities for domestic terrorism through the use of home-made high-yield explosive devices such as were used in the 1993 WTC and Oklahoma City bombings. We expect some resistance from the American Fertilizer Industry on this, but, apart from the elimination of an explosive from farms everywhere, we are saving American natural gas for other purposes and we are protecting the environment from the many bad things that happen to soil and water when conventional chemical fertilizers are used. In any case, the plan is set forth, below.

(1) It directly employs a minimum of 787,725 persons on a permanent basis (9 per site), spread over the 87,525 local governments (as cited by the National League of Cities table) of the United States. We propose that funding for 12 months of this endeavor be covered by the stimulus bill, measured at $10.00 per hour, per person, per site, on an independent contractor basis, as opposed to ordinary IRS-defined employee basis. Using this calculation, salaries for twelve months of active employment would cost the taxpayers $16,384,680,000.00. We also recommend that money for an initial purchase of raw materials and other supplies be appropriated, on a one-time, non-renewable basis of a similar amount ($16,384,680,000.00), which works-out to $374,400.00 per locality ($32,769,360,000.00 divided by 87,525 localities) for combined permanent staff salaries, raw materials and other supplies. After the first year of incubation, the sites would have to self-finance both future raw material purchases and all future funding for personnel expenses. This can easily be achieved based on sales revenues as will be more fully outlined below.

(2) The proposal contemplates temporary employment of 4 skilled personnel per site for 60 work days of 8 hours per day at $20.00 per hour for the manufacturing, shipping and site-build-out phases for each of these sites. This will require using an estimated 105,030,000 man-hours in fields such as welding, carpentry, pipefitting, electrician and machine shop employment. The estimation of project costs for these personnel is based on $20.00 per person, per hour, per site, due to the skilled nature of their jobs. Since the average time allotted for equipment construction and site build-outs is fixed at 60 days per site, spread over 87,525 sites across the United States, we calculate 105,030,000 man-hours, times $20.00 per man-hour, on average, for a total of $2,100,600,000.00 for labor. We further recommend budgeting a like amount for raw materials and construction costs of every kind and character for an additional $2,100,600,000.00. Finally, we contemplate a block of an additional$52,000.00 per site for any materials or labor unavailable from local markets or other local resources. The total project cost for this additional$52,000.00 block expense is $4,551,300,000.00. The effect of this 60 day temporary activity will be to inject approximately$100,000.00 into each locality within the first 60 days. Put another way, the national economy will get an almost instant injection of$8,752,500,000.00.

(3) Since the proposal contemplates 9 permanent employees per site at $10.00 per hour, working an 8 hour day. Employment of the 9 permanent employees alongside the 4 temporary skilled employees would have the effect of injecting an extra$5,400.00 in locality salaries and another $5,400.00 in raw material purchases, for a per site total of $10,800.00 in the first 60 days. Multiplied by the number of sites, nationally (87,525), we realize an additional injection into the national economy of$945,270,000.00. Combined, these two groups would inject a total of$110,800.00 into each locality within the first 60 days. This translates to a national injection of $9,697,770,000.00. All of this would take place within 60 days of funding the project. Training expenses and other logistical issues are addressed elsewhere. However, the proposal, absent these costs and expenses, would inject into the local governments of the entire nation, a total of $41,521,860,000.00 in labor and material costs just to establish the 87,525 sites as operational for one year, after which time, they would become self-financing entities. This means they would not only pay the salaries and expenses of their operation in the future, but would, in all likelihood, become sources of revenue for the local governments involved. Structured correctly, these businesses could end-up saving tax-payers and local governments by earning non-tax revenues to support any number of operations or other projects.

(4) It is our proposal that each of these fertilizer manufacturing installations be ultimately owned by the local government entities in the locations wherein they will be situated. The National League of Cities counts cities, towns, villages, and even school districts in their calculations. We feel that this presents the fairest distribution of Federal spending in an economic development project. In any case, it cannot hurt your (the Obama) Administration to start on a winning note for many hundreds of thousands of Americans by doing that one grand thing about Homeland Security, Agriculture, Environmental Issues and Economic Development, all in one project. It would set an example of good governance by killing many birds with the same stone, so to speak.

(5) The list of possibilities for use of the installations is very long and includes, but is not limited to, funding public schools, funding any area of county government expected to experience revenue shortfalls, or (and this is my favorite) to the funding of a foreclosure relief fund to augment an existing $4 billion dollar federal program designed to give grants to local communities to buy and repair abandoned homes. One even better idea might be to use such funds to help people avoid foreclosure in the first place, but that is another policy argument for another day.

(6) Our profit projections for each of these sites are included in other parts of this correspondence and they show that, under normal circumstance, our products will sell well and created a lot of revenue for he owner of each site. However, we recognize that these are extraordinary times and that, to boost sales, state, county, and local governments could be mandated to purchase these fertilizer products in a similar fashion to the mandatory program used to purchase furniture manufactured by federal prison inmates.

The fertilizers have other great benefits as well. They include being environmentally “green” and permitting a method for the eventual complete removal of ammonium nitrate from the United States as a part of Homeland Security and as a general benefit to U.S. agriculture.

We feel there is a need to create at least two (maybe up to 12) training sites to spread this technology all over the United States. We propose a modest site here in Romania for use by the first to be trained. Those trained here would, in turn, return to the United States and train others, both at their respective sites and, possibly, at an academy to be constructed in the United States.

The outlay for training would need to be that a minimum of three (3) people per site got some kind of formal training for about 2 weeks. Since there are so many to be trained, almost certainly some would have to be trained at their respective sites. We estimate that the minimum number of people to require direct training in the production of these fertilizers is 262,575 (3 per site). Of this number, we would want to organize training at a large number of High Schools and Universities across the US. However, we would first want to train a core group of trainers, who would, themselves, become the core personnel, training trainers in the USA. Over a52 week period, we could train as many as 780 people in our main facility in Romania. Each class of thirty would leave and be tasked to train others, who would, in turn train still others until all that needed training had been trained. This process needs to be as quick as possible to take full advantage of the funding proposed above and to allow those trained employees to start producing fertilizers at a level to sustain self-financing at the end of the funded year proposed.

In Romania, we would have to build expanded facilities to accommodate the trainees and to feed and house them during training here. In the States, consideration should be given to either the construction of a dedicated facility for training or to the utilization of existing federal facilities such as the USPS Technical training center or the FAA Aeronautical training center, other sites and facilities found throughout the United States could work as well, such as former military bases, affected by one of the BRAC rounds of base closures.

Invariably, though, some training must be carried out in Romania, since that is where the technology comes from. As a working estimate of what it will cost to build enough space for training, feeding and housing 780 people, we recommend using the expenditure number we used for one locality in the United States (representing build and run costs for one year). This number is $287,200.00. Using $50.00 per person per day of training, we further calculate the expenses involved in food, transportation and other incidental expenses to be in the neighborhood of $1,170,000.00. This brings the total for Romania for training expenses for a one year academy to $1,457,200.00 US Dollars. The costs for conducting training in the United States would depend largely on the method and sites chosen for the training there.

As an additionally-offered continuing benefit to present and future U.S. Administrations, we offer to operate and maintain the proposed Romanian training site on an“at-cost” basis for all U.S. Agencies and International Organizations identified by present or future Administrations for the furtherance of International good will and in support of United States efforts at foreign aid.

Based on the estimated expenses we used for Romania ($1,868.21 per person), and applied to the remaining 261,795 persons who remain to be trained, we estimate that the budget for training those remaining personnel needs to be $489,088,036.95 US Dollars, excluding travel expenses, if any.Handled correctly, a HUGE portion of this amount could be spent in Michigan, Ohio, or some other high-unemployment state, for instance.

Finally, there is the matter of licensing fees for the use of this technology, which are normally fixed by us at $500,000.00 US Dollars per site. Using this number, times 87,525 installations, we get a target number of $43,762,500,000.00 U.S. Dollars. As will be more fully shown below, this is clearly not enough to cover all the known expenses. (The actual prices are quoted in Euros, but, on average, this is how it works out). In Romania, the average wage and material costs are much lower than in the United States. Accordingly, we feel that, since this enterprise will use American labor and materials at virtually each step in order to maximize the effect of the spending on the local economies, we should be able to adjust our funding request by an additional 35%, which is roughly equal to what we pay for Value added tax (19%), plus profit taxes here (16%). This would push up the price per installation to $675,000.00 US Dollars. However, the above number normally is the single price paid by someone for a turn-key business, including training here in Romania. Considering 87,525 sites at 1 per locality, this would normally work out to be $59,079,375,000.00 US Dollars. Further, this is the amount we are asking for you to help us to get funded. A significant management fee will be taken from this amount, as I have described, above.

As a review, let us look, again, at what we have proposed funding for, thus far:

1. Cost for labor and material for permanent staff: $32,769,360,000.00;

2. Cost for labor and material for skilled temporary staff: $8,752,500,000.00;

3. Cost of training 780 persons at Romanian Academy: $1,457,200.00

4. Cost of training 261,795 persons at U.S. Locations: $489,088,036.95
Sub-total (which excludes licensure fees): $42,012,405,236.95

We are recommending an additional “block grant” of $100,000.00, per locality, from the total funding request to be left to the discretion of each site manager for use in either building acquisition, renovation or bottling equipment acquisition, or any travel needed to obtain training for the site. Accordingly, the sub-total above needs to be adjusted to reflect the one, last “catch-all” block of funding to each site manager.

Here is the math:

$100,000.00 times 87,525 localities equals an additional amount of $8,752,500,000.00.

Therefore, the revised sub-total is actually $42,012,405,236.95 + $8,752,500,000.00, which gives us a running sub-total of$50,764,905,236.95.

As we have said, above, we do not know, as yet what costs will be associated with travel, per diem expenses and possible site rental expenses involved with the training. However, given that the difference between what we have suggested for funding ($59,079,375,000.00 US Dollars) and what we calculate our other listed expenses, other than intellectual property fees, would be works out to be $8,314,469,763.05 Dollars or $94,995.37 US Dollars per locality,

 

 WE ACCEPT BITCOINS
 
Just exactly how this projected intellectual property fee income gets treated is going to depend, directly, on how the money is treated for tax purposes. In a perfect world, this money gets paid to my company and I roll-over the investment into alternative energy stocks and/or municipal bonds. Obviously, the less cash I hold, the lower the taxes I pay. Accordingly, my wife and I want you to consider a range of options for compensation, instead of cash for either all or part of this money. These options include, but are not limited to, BITCOINS, assets seized in the war on drugs, any stocks still held by the Treasury Department or any other asset or combination of assets which is mutually agreeable and of approximately equal value to any intellectual property fees owed to us.