“Diese Nachrichten ueber Fabrikatoren sind fuer uns ALLE wichtig”
mit besten Grüßen von Frithjof Bergmann.
Say Goodbye to ‘Made-In-China’. And say hello to the breakthrough technology that’s launching a 21st-century industrial revolution right here in America. Business Insider calls it “the next trillion dollar industry.” The suits on Wall Street think this idea is too good to be true. But the guys who brought you the iPod and Amazon.com are already on board. You still have time to join them, if you act fast…
Dear Fellow Investor,
Tell me if this sounds crazy. I just saw a violin appear out of thin air and play a Bach sonata. And that’s not the half of it. Right before that, I saw someone cram a milk jug into a metal tube and pull a shoelace out at the other end. Heck, when I sat down to my desk this morning, I saw an anatomically perfect human kidney spun together on a cotton candy wheel. A surgeon used it to perform a successful transplant. You’re right. All of those things do sound crazy! But all of them are real.
And technology experts are convinced that this is just the beginning. Not just hackers, hobbyists, and over-caffeinated engineering professors, mind you. We’re talking some of the biggest players in the big ideas business. They saw the same incredible video demonstrations that I did, and decided they just had to get a piece of the action. Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos joined an investment group that plowed $10 million of venture capital into this game changer. Google rushed their development team to make a software app for it. Hewlett Packard cut a deal with one of the two main hardware makers.
The Consumer Electronics Association featured it at their 2012 extravaganza in Las Vegas, where it “stole the show.” The Pirate Bay — the world’s most powerful digital copyright cheater — released a manifesto declaring that intellectual property law is now obsolete and predicting the death of the factory as we know it. All because this “impossible” technology is now not only possible, but affordable.… mehr auf Anfrage.