DNA Glassing
   
DirectionsHomeDNA GlassingCity Plan FilesFavorite LinksContact MeNew Page TitlePerdureMy Resume

 

00053070   ,14,26,030400    ,0755,000617                   ,PARK POLICE MORRIS COUNTY,HEADQUARTERS
         , 0, 1,CR 615                                            ,615  ,   ,   ,100 ,FE,S,                                   ,30,25
           ,          ,       ,  0, 11,  0,  7,  2,  2,  1,  1,  1,  0,  0,  1,  0,  2,  0,  5,  2,  2,  0,  2,  0,  3,  0,  1,  0,
         34,  0,  0,  0,  0,  0,  0,  0,  7,  6,  0,  0,  1,1 ,HOPATCONG                ,NJ,07843,NJ,052563    ,M,NJ,- ,-         
                       ,- ,-    ,- ,??????    ,-,- ,N,  ,  ,N,  ,  ,N,  ,  , , ,1 ,1 ,4 ,1 ,36 ,M,11,5 ,9 ,8 ,               ,0 ,0
         ,0 ,0 ,0  , ,0 ,0 ,0 ,0 ,               ,0 ,0 ,0 ,0 ,0  , ,0 ,0 ,0 ,0 ,               ,0 ,0 ,0 ,0 ,36 , ,0 ,0 ,0 ,0 ,    
                   ,0 ,0 ,0 ,0 ,0  , ,0 ,0 ,0 ,0 ,               


webassets/F28EBasicBuildingForTeleportationJohnEgidioSmothergill11262005Retrieved05202017.jpg

Special DNA

 

 Regina: Hi, my name is Regina. Thank you for letting me assist you today!
 Regina: Hello John. 
 John Smothergill: Like the Capital of Sasktchatoon Canada Sorry For Spelling but Youe Spelling is right.
 Regina: I am not understanding what you are asking. I am sorry. 
 Regina: Sorry, I forget about the town Regina in Canada. 
 Regina: I love that town. Well I love the name. I have never been. 
 John Smothergill: There is a Uranium City in that Province of Canada Too, I wanted the flag shipped from Bushkill to Tacoma. Its a green field color background with a New Moon black ball on it. For My Bass ro Outdoor World Here in Washington I just showed them the Conversation History in my suggestions at customer service on my account here.
 Regina: How can I help? 
 Regina: Are we still connected?
 Regina: Is there anything else that I can assist you with today?
 John Smothergill: Call 570-588-6661 and talk to Andy Worthington or Walter Peter Ahnert 570-588-6666 to get her banner please and mention Wildfire the song. She (My Daughter) met me Friday June 2 2017 from Arlington White Horse She Was Reading and I gave her a Giftbox Book from the dollar tree and I have a picture and the Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World Here has the reciet and Picture of her I took and I also have taken a Picture and shown it of that Guy named Guy in my letter to Kevin DeVisia He is from Milford Road In PA. Guy is here.
 Regina: I am not understanding how I can help. I am sorry. 
 John Smothergill: Do you have access to account 047230836?
 Regina: One moment please.
 John Smothergill: Mention Thousand Trails is   http://www.campoutdoorworld.com
 Regina: I have access to your Reward account if that is what you are asking. 
 John Smothergill: Can there b a Outdoor World and State of Washington Flagstaffs and Halyards added to the US Flagstaff and Halyards here in Tacoma Washington Please?
 John Smothergill: And the flags of course!!!
 Regina: Are you wanting additional flags added in front of our store in Tacoma? 
 John Smothergill: Yes Pretty Please!!!
 Regina
One moment please.
 Regina: For that request I would recommend to call the store at 253-671-5700. If you go to this link:   http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CFPageC?storeId=10151&catalogId=10051&langId=-1&appID=94&storeID=95 you can also email the store manager. Is there anything else that I can assist you with today?
 Regina:

Thank you for contacting Bass Pro Shops. I hope you have a great evening!


 John Smothergill: Would that be an approval of an up??
 Regina: I am not sure. I would recommend to call the store or email the manager. Thank you for contacting Bass Pro and have a great evening. 
 Regina has disconnected.

DollyLamb070596

25AtlantisCityPossibilities

webassets/atlantis-city.jpg

UrhiJerry090992OurMountainsMutualBonds290992

http://www.chinatravel.com/beijing-attraction/bird's-nest/

HidETERMINISdwgFile

 

A question from your sister Debbie...

JS

John Egidio Smothergill

Reply |

Mon 5/2/2011, 1:37 AM

You;

Rose Smothergill (rsamonds@hotmail.com)

...

Sent Items



Sent Items



Hi Deb,
Yes that is my cell phone number, but I seldom answer an out of the area number because of the stockbrokers that call for me at Remembrance Capital. Yesterday, I am confused to be glad to see that the US Military has killed Osama Bin Laden. Luckily Pope John Paul II was Beatified on April 30 and I still have that keychain. If you wish to clear up any of other of Mom's wishes or if there's anything else that you need or want me to do, don't hesitate to write or call. Please also send your number and schedule. I can call next week sometime, because my outgoing calling is temporarily shut off, as it seems a check from Greater Lakes was lost in the mail.
 
 
Love,
John
 

OutdoorWorldSignSilvertonColoradoOnBuckwheatCatapillarTour8142016930AM.jpg

HawaiianDollar.jpg

StateOfJeffersonSign862016.jpg

BobHopeMemorialVisit7252015JohnEgidioUnderwoodSmothergill.JPG

Click and print all links below for the whole story.

StateOfNiceAndDNAGlassingRebirth

JohnEgidioSmothergillInternationalPatent

FicticiousNameOutdoorWorld2-28-1969

ExtraAndMoreInformation

MicrosoftandOurMountains

WebBassProOutdoorWorldTacomaGlassMuseumLicenses

IntelPALicenseFirstPageOfWebsite

MicrosoftLicense

GreaterLakesMentalHealthLicense

NewFibrinDNAGlassingInformationOnBusinessTransactions

 

 

Transaction Details


eBay Payment Sent (Unique Transaction ID #6XV82494D63650748)

Original Transaction

 Date

 Type

 Status

 Details

 Amount

 May 9, 2007

Payment To DooHan Kwak

 Completed

 ...

-$423.50 USD 


Related Transaction

 Date

 Type

 Status

 Details

 Amount

 May 9, 2007

Charge From Credit Card

 CompletedYour transfer from your credit card to your PayPal account is complete.

Your transfer from your credit card to your PayPal account is complete.

 Details

$422.83 USD 



Total amount:


-$423.50 USD

Fee amount:


$0.00 USD

Net amount:


-$423.50 USD

Date:


May 9, 2007

Time:


10:13:58 PDT

Status:


Completed



Item #

Item Title

Qty

Price

Subtotal

270116168692

Applied Biosystems, ABI 373 DNA Sequencer, NR!!

1

$113.50 USD

$113.50 USD




Shipping & Handling via Standard Delivery
(includes any seller handling fees):

$310.00 USD

Shipping Insurance :

--

Total:

$423.50 USD



Shipping Address:


John Smothergill
7310 150th St SW Apt 30
Lakewood, WA 98439
United States
Confirmed 
 




Payment To:


DooHan Kwak    (The recipient of this payment is Verified)

Seller's ID:


biomore1

Seller's Email:


biomore1@yahoo.com



Funding Type:


PayPal Funds and Credit Card

Funding Source:


$0.67 USD - PayPal Account
$422.83 USD - Visa Debit Card XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-5618


This credit card transaction will appear on your bill as "PAYPAL *BIOMORE1".



Description:


DooHan Kwak


 

Transaction Details

 

 

eBay Payment Sent (Unique Transaction ID #879316571L972531T)

Original Transaction

Date Type Status Details Amount

May 24, 2007 Payment To Sargeant Surplus LLC Completed ... -$60.00 USD

Related Transaction

Date Type Status Details Amount

May 24, 2007 Charge From Credit Card CompletedYour transfer from your credit card to your PayPal account is complete.Your transfer from your credit card to your PayPal account is complete. Details $60.00 USD

Business Contact Information

Customer Service URL: http://www.sargemarksurplus.com

Customer Service Email:

Sargemark@msn.com

Customer Service Phone:

727-599-3204

Total amount:

-$60.00 USD

Fee amount:

$0.00 USD

Net amount:

-$60.00 USD

Date:

May 24, 2007

Time:

00:31:59 PDT

Status:

Completed

Item # Item Title Qty Price Subtotal

250110607165 Nuclear Outfit Supplied-Air Respirator Suit Bubble Hood 1 $45.00 USD $45.00 USD

Shipping & Handling

(includes any seller handling fees): $15.00 USD

Shipping Insurance : --

Invoice ID: 9013

Total: $60.00 USD

Shipping Address:

DNA Glassing Incorporated

7310 150th St SW Suite 30

Lakewood, WA 98439

United States

Confirmed Help

 

Payment To:

Sargeant Surplus LLC (The recipient of this payment is Verified)

Seller's ID:

sargemark

Seller's Email:

Sargemark@hughes.net

Funding Type:

Credit Card

Funding Source:

$60.00 USD - MasterCard Credit Card XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-5562

This credit card transaction will appear on your bill as "PAYPAL *SARGEMARK".

Description:

Sargeant Surplus LLC

 

 

 

Transaction Details


eBay Payment Sent (Unique Transaction ID #7754704170249323L)

Original Transaction

 Date

 Type

 Status

 Details

 Amount

 Jul 2, 2007

Payment To MacNan Biologicals

 Completed

 ...

-$82.95 USD 


Related Transaction

 Date

 Type

 Status

 Details

 Amount

 Jul 2, 2007

Charge From Credit Card

 CompletedYour transfer from your credit card to your PayPal account is complete.

Your transfer from your credit card to your PayPal account is complete.

 Details

$82.95 USD 



Business Contact Information
 

Customer Service URL:

http://www.onlinesciencemall.com/

Customer Service Email:


customerservice@onlinesciencemall.com

Customer Service Phone:


205-683-9765



Total amount:


-$82.95 USD

Fee amount:


$0.00 USD

Net amount:


-$82.95 USD

Date:


Jul 2, 2007

Time:


01:19:30 PDT

Status:


Completed



Item #

Item Title

Qty

Price

Subtotal

200118000504

Blood Typing Test Kit Pk 5

1

$38.50 USD

$38.50 USD

200124774084

Blood Typing Test Kit Pk 5

1

$38.50 USD

$38.50 USD




Subtotal:

$77.00 USD

Shipping & Handling
(includes any seller handling fees):

$5.95 USD

Shipping Insurance :

--

Invoice ID:

2646791

Total:

$82.95 USD



Shipping Address:


DNA Glassing Incorporated
7310 150th St SW Suite 30
Lakewood, WA 98439
United States
Confirmed 
 




Payment To:


MacNan Biologicals    (The recipient of this payment is Verified)

Seller's ID:


onlinesciencemall

Seller's Email:


auction@macnanbio.com



Funding Type:


Credit Card

Funding Source:


$82.95 USD - MasterCard Credit Card XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-5562


This credit card transaction will appear on your bill as "PAYPAL *MACNANBIO".



Description:


MacNan Biologicals


 

DNAGlassingCIOSAM

DNATERAHERTZSCAN

EmersonGallagherPatent

GlaserTomb.jpg

GrowingUpOnAshRoadNearUnderwoodRoadInMarshallsCreekPA

IMG_20151228_123802.jpg


 

Dear Customer,

Arranging the order of the Earth's amenities to satisfy our hunger for technology has become a necessity rather than a hobby for people. The most important advances that are happening now and in the near future for the world are pressing and directly a responsibility for us to satisfy. While people are starting to know their needs in the generations to follow, and far reaching inventions are becoming available, financing these new days with detailed research studies and budgets must be recognized. The use of some existing technologies has become dangerous to the existence of people. With these threats, like global warming, depletion of fossil fuel reserves, mining of exhaustible resources, financial ruin due to corporate bottom lines and risks of wars from uses of resources that cannot be honored, unsupported end use products like the spent nuclear fuels, making that form of energy less than desirable in all of its availability, and water spoiling, we are in a disaster like time. The risk of these warnings can spark poor spending habits also, in search of the solution for these spoils. But if the reports about new technologies, done by the inventors seem thorough and believable, a miracle for the future of our planet can be met. In light of these difficulties that the habits of each of us has brought on, we come forward with a risky but likely solution given the dollars and talented individuals necessary to implement it. This solution is near the possible state as technology permits today and researched by these individuals bringing forth this grant proposal respectfully. If one could imagine for a moment a big computer with an individual standing inside of it being given the cut and paste command to anywhere else in another big computer, through remote access, we can believe in teleportation in this age.

Teleportation has been on the wish list of humanity since the 1960s. To travel places anywhere in the universe in just about a minute, seems hard to grasp, but the science that exists today combined, has the ability to deliver it. We believe that there are several ways that easily have separate patents for originality. The work in DNA and computers allows many different solutions to the problem of teleportation. Recent beliefs are that the energy and financial obligations can be reduced to working domains. The otherwise unsatisfactory side effects can be reduced to norms that exponentially reduce global warming, corporate bottom lines and water spoilage. New Fibrin DNA Glassing holds the promise of a bright future for many generations by offering teleportation services if the research proves that it works. Binary energy pulses at a terahertz frequency are the secrets of teleportation. Other things are taken into consideration like a differentiation of DNA that allows for synthesized quantities and a binary system with a nonzero set of constants .9990999 and 1.0009009. This makes the timer circuitry extremely accurate, and with the mathematical formula to link all quantities in the binary system, the reliabilities of transitions in the electronics is highly delimiting in frequency ranges, all this narrowed down to one final number in the DNATERAHERTZ report that has a great similarity to the Rumors 2.0 and 2.1 Excels. A unique and plentiful set of catalysts Diphenylxenon, Ammonia Glass, Copper Cyanoferrate alloy and Jarosite, where the Diphenylxenon can be replaced by ethane or hydrogen, the process that controls teleportation can be manipulated and diluted as well, with little trade off to the quality of the product. Given the proportions of the chemicals in molecular weights, individual chambers at remote locations can be built as long as the glass powder can be forced through the chamber fast enough to eventually vaporize the customer on location and the second argument for melissic acid is met at another location. Safeties need to be developed to calibrate these machines, including the inspection of the through wires in the chambers periodotically, to secure the guaranteed completion of any teleportation anywhere with the pressing of several buttons and the pricking of a thumb or squeezing of a personal blood supply eyedropper to initiate genome sequence transmittal. But the beginning of such a possession is planned so far at this site.

      The building and other aspects of the New Fibrin DNA Glassing process are outlined financially in an Excel amortization table revealing a budget necessity of $27,424,400.00. This amount is $25,160,000.00 plus a 9% interest loan from the United States Government. These dollars will pay for a 144 teleporter facility that can pay for itself in about one year at 2 transports per chamber per day at a sale price of $1,000.00 per teleportation. This method of sales per day would also pay for two other facilities of the same size in that year. Materials for each transport will easily be paid for. The actual amount of transports per facility day could reach 100 per chamber, because the glass crushing tower could be filled easily with enough glass to complete that many teleportations per day. There are new contemporary designs for teleportation that are better than these reports and drawings that are being built in the designs of the future. One such design is shown on the Discover Channel at a look at a supercity design proposal off the coast of Tokyo Japan. The pipe structure for long distance teleportation can be changed to deliver the glass powders and hints of DNA to these facilities, and the genome information necessary in many efficient electronic pulses can be met with intertnet based software collaborations. Internal Touch Screen Teleportation Modules within these types of buildings that would allow side to side or up or down teleportation by just holding the wire are possible; but these buildings will start as Medical Test Laboratories and Mortuaries at first. To fill the parking lots with people of all places interested in saving their DNA is a financing necessity. There are laws presently on DNA databanks in many places already. Medical Test Laboratories of this nature are needed and insurances to pay for one set of tests like the New Fibrin DNA Glassing Rumors 2.0 and Rumors 2.1 shows could spark costs per person per year of approximately $1,000.00. Tax plans based on land ownership budgets in cities should be considered just to get this system designed in place. As of January 31, 2008 a two year study with certified drawings that are similar to the Drawing link here with some wall corrections were sent to the capital buildings in the 50 United States and the Mayor of Washington DC, several other companies, politicians, and seminaries followed. The scale for those drawings was slightly off but the service contract asks for accounting human error. The universe probably has enough statistical binary information data and the materials to carry out safe and worthwile teleportation in unlimited quantities. The DNA in the DNA Courtyards must also be preserved in all designs and the glass powders must be sifted out of the DNA in the preservation process. A light turns green when you should hold the wire; the gamma.zip file is for the server that controls the infomation for the necessary illumination of the chambers. The company confidential reports may be obtained by anyone for a fee in these planned facilities. The DNA preserved has uses in possible medical and hunger problems in the world. New contemporary designs are sought in your area. The designs that are presently available are $1,500.00. There was a problem in the Excel calculations from the DNATERAHERTZ report in the Peroxytrifluoroacetichydroethylene and Lithium Cero-N Amylene calculations so they were left out in the Rumors 2.0 and 2.1 Excels. The cleaning reagent Cerium still was given as it is used in improving the clarity of glass in industry. Fluorine was used also in the timers and the materials sciences report is given. The nonzero constants and binary energies are not calculated in the Excels and it is suggested that the reader does not print the Human Genome but pays attention to the 96 column Excel in conjunction to the referenced columns and numbers in the upstream documentation. The CR column is also very important. The Human Genome release has a M chromosome that helps us understand mutations more, but the reference numbers may have been affected and it is suggested to try to explain this with as little complications as possible. The system requirements for data storage of this nature are very high, in the terabytes for the entire facility but a Personal Computer operator may start with some files already on a hard drive and use slightly more than 50 Gigabytes to understand large amounts of this information completely. Persons downloading this data are advised to have Dual Layer DVD/RW capability to back up the compressed zip files. To open some of these files it is suggested to have Windows XP Service Pack 2, or a good version of Vista, Adobe Reader 7.0 and Microsoft Office 2007. The server at the facility must be a 200 terahertz processor and have approximately 57.6 Terabit per second ethernet capability that is approximately 50 Gigabytes per second for 144 chambers. There is only about 20 Gigabytes active at the wires of each chamber at a time; these being integrated by the results in the Rumors 2.0 and 2.1 equations on each side. The locations possible can be based on the reference numbers in the upstream documentations of the Human Genome files which has approximately 110,016 locations that are numbered in the 96 columns of the Excels. The genome results open the AGTC sequences for each chamber. The test results for each chamber are given for a Human, Feline or Canine with just a tingle from holding or being collared to the wire in the chamber at these facilities at first. DNA Exchangers find many uses in curing diseases. These 200 Terahertz computers may be powered by the lithium batteries found in the Excel results. Some of the Excel results were generated automatically by the proper use of the Excel program in subtracting lines while reconstructing legnthly results giving extra results in the final lines. Financially speaking this risk seems like a good one.

This was sent to all persons receiving the project which included all US Governors and the Mayor of Washington DC at 
http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Governors.shtml. The certified drawings are much better to look at but not to scale. Then you would have to download this directory which contains the Build 36.1 finished human genome assembly (hg18, Mar. 2006). The chromosomal sequences were assembled by the International Human Genome Project sequencing centers. 

Files included in this directory:

chromAgp.zip - Description of how the assembly was generated, unpacking to one file per chromosome. 

chromFa.zip - The assembly sequence in one file per chromosome. Repeats from RepeatMasker and Tandem Repeats Finder (with period of 12 or less) are shown in lower case; non-repeating sequence is shown in upper case. Repeat masking was done using the following RepeatMasker/RepBase versions: RepBase Update 9.11, RM database version 20050112. The main assembly is found in the chrN.fa files, where N is the name of the chromosome. The chrN_random.fa files contain clones that are not yet finished or cannot be placed with certainty at a specific place on the chromosome. In some cases, including the human HLA region on chromosome 6, the chrN_random.fa files also contain haplotypes that differ from the main assembly.

chromFaMasked.zip - The assembly sequence in one file per chromosome. Repeats are masked by capital Ns; non-repeating sequence is shown in upper case. 

chromOut.zip
 - RepeatMasker .out file for chromosomes. These were created by RepeatMasker at the -s sensitive setting.

chromTrf.zip - Tandem Repeats Finder locations, filtered to keep repeats with period of less than or equal to 12, and translated into one .bed file per chromosome. 

contigAgp.zip - Description of how the assembly was generated from fragments at a contig layout level. 

contigFa.zip - The assembly sequence contigs, in one file per NCBI contig. All contigs are in forward orientation relative to the chromosome. In some cases, this means that contigs will be reversed relative to their orientation in the NCBI assembly. Repeats from RepeatMasker and Tandem Repeats Finder are shown in lower case; non-repeating sequence is shown in upper case.

contigFaMasked.zip - The assembly sequence ;contigs, in one file per contig. Repeats are masked by capital Ns; non-repeating sequence is shown in upper case. 

contigOut.zip - RepeatMasker .out file for contigs. These were created by RepeatMasker at the -s sensitive setting.

contigTrf.zip - Tandem Repeats Finder locations, filtered to keep repeats with period less than or equal to 12, and translated into one .bed file per contig. 

hg18.2bit - hg18.2bit contains the complete hg18 Human Genome in the 2bit format. A utility program, twoBitToFa (available from our src tree), can be used to extract .fa file(s) from this file.

est.fa.gz - Human ESTs in GenBank. This sequence data is updated once a week via automatic GenBank updates.

liftAll.zip - Offsets of contigs within chromosomes.

mrna.fa .gz - Human mRNA from GenBank. This sequence data is updated once a week via automatic GenBank updates.

refMrna.fa.gz - RefSeq mRNA from the same species as the genome. This sequence data is updated once a week via automatic GenBank updates.

upstream1000.zip - Sequences 1000 bases upstream of annotated transcription start of RefSeq genes. This includes only the cases where the transcription start is annotated separately from the coding region start. Note that upstream files are generated only when an assembly is released. Therefore, the data may be slightly out of synch with the RefSeq data in assemblies that are incrementally updated nightly.

upstream2000.zip - Same as upstream1000, but 2000 bases.

upstream5000.zip - Same as upstream1000, but 5000 bases.

xenoMrna.fa.gz - GenBank mRNAs from species other than that of the genome. This sequence data is updated once a week via automatic GenBank updates.

-----------------------------------------------------------------
To download a large file or multiple files from this directory, we recommend that you use ftp rather than downloading the files via our website. To do so:

ftp hgdownload.cse.ucsc.edu 
Username: anonymous
Password: <your email address>
go to the directory goldenPath/hg18/bigZips

To download multiple files from the UNIX command line, use the 'mget' command. mget <filename1> <filename2> ...
- or -
mget -a (to download all the files in the directory) 
Use the 'prompt' command to toggle the interactive mode if you do not want to be prompted for each file that you download.

All the files ;in this directory are freely available for public use.

              
ftp://hgdownload.cse.ucsc.edu/goldenPath/hg18/

 

That’s everything on the 5.4 GB Genome Rumors SM DVD and other mail involved over the web. New Fibrin DNA Glassing wishes the participants at this website the best of luck with their quest for teleportation.

Please note: There was then a 
Xenon, Barium electron configuration relationship. The 3d orbital still holds true for DNATERAHERTZ. 
There is an alteration to the adenosine number beside the weight for the formula for Diphenylxenon 319.5268 in all of the Excels from -166.4287 to -472.6249 The number comes from the subtraction negative adenosine minus Diphenylxenon or -153.0981-319.5268, and additionally 
Fluorine is spelled incorrectly in all of the Excels.


Sincerely,

John Egidio Smothergill
President New Fibrin DNA Glassing

 

Table 5-6. Color Guide for Data Collection Program Raw Data Sequencing Displays

Filter A Filter B

Color Taq and T7 Primers

(Dye Set 1)

Taq Terminators

(Dye Set 2)

T7 Terminators

(Dye Set 3)

Blue C G T

Green A A C

Yellow G T A

Red T C G

AnonymousPrimaryColorsBook.jpg

I met this guy at the McDonalds in Tacoma Mall 

 

Primary colors : a novel of politics / Anonymous.

Type of Work:

Text

Registration Number / Date:

TX0004129892 / 1996-02-05

Title:

Primary colors : a novel of politics / Anonymous.

Edition:

1st ed.

Imprint:

New York : Random House, c1996.

Description:

366 p.

Copyright Claimant:

Machiavelliana, Inc.

Date of Creation:

1995

Date of Publication:

1996-01-04

Names:

Machiavelliana, Inc.


 

Company Profile

 

Company Name

MACHIAVELLIANA, INC.

Company Number

1970932

Business Type

DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

Register Date

NOVEMBER 06, 1995

Jurisdiction

NEW YORK

Agent

n/a

Name History

NOV 06, 1995 Actual MACHIAVELLIANA, INC.

 

Company Overview

 

MACHIAVELLIANA, INC. is a DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION in New York and its company number is 1970932. MACHIAVELLIANA, INC. was registered on NOVEMBER 06, 1995. The company's address is listed as C/O THE ROBBINS OFFICE INC, 405 PARK AVE., NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 10022.

 


 

Contact Information

 

Company Name

MACHIAVELLIANA, INC.

Telephone

n/a

Address

C/O THE ROBBINS OFFICE INC, 405 PARK AVE., NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 10022

Postal Address

C/O THE ROBBINS OFFICE INC, 405 PARK AVE., NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 10022

Email

n/a

 

Additional Information

 

Estimated Revenue

no information

Employees

no information

Brands

no information

 .

 

ABI373DNASequencerManual

 

Payment Sent (Unique Transaction ID # 4WU57212MJ6287433)

 

Transaction Details


eBay Payment Sent (Unique Transaction ID #5CN27886858404142)

Original Transaction  Date  Type  Status  Details  Amount  May 11, 2007 Payment To I Was Looking 4 That  Completed  ... -$175.00 USD 
Related Transaction  Date  Type  Status  Details  Amount  May 11, 2007 Charge From Credit Card  CompletedYour transfer from your credit card to your PayPal account is complete.

Your transfer from your credit card to your PayPal account is complete.

 Details $175.00 USD 



Business Contact Information
  Customer Service Email:
iwaslooking4that@gmail.com



Total amount:
-$175.00 USD Fee amount:
$0.00 USD Net amount:
-$175.00 USD
Date:
May 11, 2007 Time:
22:21:19 PDT Status:
Completed



Item # Item Title Qty Price Subtotal 230039017751 NOVA 4 ELECTROLYTE ANALYZER BIOMEDICAL 1 $50.00 USD $50.00 USD
Shipping & Handling
(includes any seller handling fees): $125.00 USD Shipping Insurance : -- Total: $175.00 USD



Shipping Address:
John Smothergill
7310 150th St SW Apt 30
Lakewood, WA 98439
United States
Confirmed  Help 




Payment To:
I Was Looking 4 That    (The recipient of this payment is Verified) Seller's ID:
iwaslookin4that Seller's Email:
Iwaslooking4that@earthlink.net



Funding Type:
Credit Card Funding Source:
$175.00 USD - Visa Debit Card XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-5618

This credit card transaction will appear on your bill as "PAYPAL *IWASLOOKING".



Description:
I Was Looking 4 That



Need help? If you have problems with an eBay transaction or want help settling a dispute with an eBay seller, go to the eBay Resolution Center. PayPal and eBay strongly recommend that you attempt to resolve issues directly with the seller whenever possible.

 

Original Transaction

 Date

 Type

 Status

 Details

 Amount

 May 10, 2007

Payment To DooHan Kwak

 Completed

 ...

-$326.50 USD 

 

Related Transaction

 Date

 Type

 Status

 Details

 Amount

 May 10, 2007

Charge From Credit Card

 CompletedYour transfer from your credit card to your PayPal account is complete.

Your transfer from your credit card to your PayPal account is complete.

 Details

$326.50 USD 


 

Sent to:

 

DooHan Kwak (The recipient of this payment is Verified)

Email:

 

biomore1@yahoo.com

Amount sent:

 

-$326.50 USD

Fee amount:

 

$0.00 USD

Net amount:

 

-$326.50 USD


 

Date:

 

May 10, 2007

Time:

 

14:35:54 PDT

Status:

 

Completed


 

Subject:

 

DooHan Kwak

Note:

 

I hope this is what you asked for and more. Thanks for your help with my student project. John Smothergill

Funding Type:

 

Credit Card

Funding Source:

 

$326.50 USD – Visa Debit Card XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-5618

This transaction will appear on your bill as "PAYPAL *BIOMORE1".

 


 

 

From:

 jadams@azcobiotech.com You moved this message to its current location.

Sent:

Thu 5/17/07 8:13 PM

To:

congressionalpermit@hotmail.com


 

Your
         
payment has been APPROVED. Thank you!   We recommend that you keep a copy
         
of this email in a safe place. It may be your only record of this transaction.
           
If you have questions regarding this payment, please contact: Azco Biotech
         at 858-259-9528, or E-mail us at jadams@azcobiotech.com   
::: APPROVED PAYMENT
         DETAILS :::   Payment Date (YYMMDD): 051707 Payment Amount: $2032.00 Transaction ID: 11600000308575.113 
Order Number: 1179457852703 Authorization/Approval Code: 201349 The response message from the
         card issuing bank was: Card authorized, 
exact address match with 5 digit
         zip code.   -- Bill To Information --   Customer Name: John Smothergill
 
         Address: 7310 150th St SW Ste 30 
Address 2:  Address 3:  Address 4:  City:
         Lakewood  State/Province: WA Zip/Postal Code: 98439  Country:  Telephone:  Fax:    
-- Ship To Information --   Customer Name: John Smothergill Address: 7310 150th St SW Ste 30
 Address 2:  Address 3:  Address 4: 
 City:
         Lakewood State/Province: WA Zip/Postal Code: 98439  Country:  Telephone: 2539841510 Fax:      
E-mail: congressionalpermit@hotmail.com Comments:    Additional Information:    Order Details:       
Order: Item: 1 Description: 500uMole CG Price: 508.00 Quantity: 1 Taxable: N     Item: 2 Description:
         500uMole CA Price: 508.00 
Quantity: 1 Taxable: N     Item: 3 Description:
         500uMole GT Price: 508.00 Quantity: 1 Taxable: N     
Item: 4 Description:
         500uMole AT Price: 508.00 Quantity: 1 Taxable: N
         ____________________
           
This merchant's payments are protected by Skipjack Financial Services.
         For information on Skipjack, please visit www.skipjack.com.    

Chromas

Rumors21SampleWithSampleLabResults

The negative molecular weight of Adenosine 153.055685 minus hydrogen efficient Adenosine 154.06435 plus the timer materials weight TlPdLi3Mg3H2SbHfF2 weighing 891.79326 equals the weight of Bilirubin C33H38N4O5 584.67. Bilirubin is the breakdown product of hemoglobin and other heme compounds in reticuloendothelial system. Present in large amounts in serum and tissues in hemolytic jaundice. Also found in urine and feces of infants. Conjugated in liver cells with carbohydrates (mostly glucuronic acid). (1981)Geigy Scientific Tables, Excerpts from the Eighth Edition Editor Cornelius Lentner West Caldwell NJ Page 51 and (2005) DNATERAHERTZ at http://www.dnaglassing.org.

 

DoraganeFloorPlan.jpg

DoraGaneFrontplusLoanTable8M20yr.jpg

MehanShelterUnfinished.jpg

Doraganfacilitypicture.jpg

ExteriorElevationsPaint272006.jpg

CapeCodTallShipBowMidPicture.jpg