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Seafarer Exploration Corp (PK)

Seafarer Exploration Corp (PK) (SFRX)

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Key stats and details

Current Price
0.0113
Bid
0.0114
Ask
0.0116
Volume
14,035,505
0.00975 Day's Range 0.0118
0.0025 52 Week Range 0.0118
Market Cap
Previous Close
0.0097
Open
0.0099
Last Trade
35000
@
0.0113
Last Trade Time
13:34:28
Financial Volume
$ 146,803
VWAP
0.010459
Average Volume (3m)
5,781,725
Shares Outstanding
8,243,173,112
Dividend Yield
-
PE Ratio
-33.33
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
-0
Revenue
13k
Net Profit
-2.62M

About Seafarer Exploration Corp (PK)

Seafarer Exploration Corporation is a company whose principal business is to engage in the archaeologically-sensitive exploration, documentation, research and recovery of historic shipwrecks with the objective of exploring and discovering Colonial-era shipwrecks for future generations to be able to ... Seafarer Exploration Corporation is a company whose principal business is to engage in the archaeologically-sensitive exploration, documentation, research and recovery of historic shipwrecks with the objective of exploring and discovering Colonial-era shipwrecks for future generations to be able to appreciate and understand. Seafarer currently has two different wreck sites under permit with the State of Florida and is working closely with the Florida Department of Historical Resources and the Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research to research and document these, and additional, wreck sites. Show more

Sector
Amusement & Rec Svcs, Nec
Industry
Amusement & Rec Svcs, Nec
Headquarters
Tampa, Florida, USA
Founded
1970
Seafarer Exploration Corp (PK) is listed in the Amusement & Rec Svcs sector of the OTCMarkets with ticker SFRX. The last closing price for Seafarer Exploration (PK) was $0.01. Over the last year, Seafarer Exploration (PK) shares have traded in a share price range of $ 0.0025 to $ 0.0118.

Seafarer Exploration (PK) currently has 8,243,173,112 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Seafarer Exploration (PK) is $82.43 million. Seafarer Exploration (PK) has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -33.33.

SFRX Latest News

PeriodChangeChange %OpenHighLowAvg. Daily VolVWAP
10.002426.96629213480.00890.01180.008590740740.00958509CS
40.005182.25806451610.00620.01180.005887088690.00854638CS
120.005594.82758620690.00580.01180.003457817250.00697521CS
260.00725179.0123456790.004050.01180.003440817680.0067141CS
520.0058105.4545454550.00550.01180.002533273130.0056688CS
1560.00474572.38749046530.0065550.01180.001924288610.00492209CS
2600.0084289.6551724140.00290.01940.001929788720.00692258CS

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SFRX Discussion

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RC62 RC62 4 minutes ago
My apologies Sir Hedge, the heavyweight, but since you have named me featherweight, lightweight, you will take my status into account, have you answered any of my questions?I’m going out on a limb that you have not.

Also, sorry for driving your argument regarding the silver to the absurd. You tend to not clearly state what you mean. So since you have made it clear, what percentage of the silver is in the degraded state? And, more important, how do you know?

My caveat lector is that I don’t have any experience with archaeology in any way. A featherweight. I’ve come across this company, its website,facebook page , and this board. I’m also an avid reader and rather have enjoyed reading the back and forth between you and what you call the longs and the brainwashed. The company concepts are very interesting and I hope them well.

You are a self proclaimed skeptic who loves to pop bubbles and demand proofs. In short, a hostile witness. Yet, when asked simple questions, you don’t want to answer them.

Are you still implying that treaties are never abandoned? Never been amended?

I love that you have the legal prowess that dismisses appeals, equates two totally different companies with different goals so that you can make conclusions for the court.

….. “How many patents does SFRX have?”
I’m curious. Do all archaeology companies need patents or is it just SFRX?
Why would they want to patent it? So the Chinese can steal it and build their own? I’m not sure what the purpose of getting a patent is. Are you saying that they are going to begin manufacturing “the toy”? You, yourself stated that:

……. “ The platform is an unpatentable shallow water ROV built around readily available third party sensors.”

How do you know this? Have you seen the ROV up close? What sensors exactly are involved? To claim this information you must really have studied the schematics! Give us the scoop, please.

…… “Anyone experienced in the industry will tell you that a multi year program focusing on either Juno or Melbourne indicates a really poor selection of shipwreck targets and exhibits their inability to work in any type of water depths beyond scuba depth. “

Is that in scientific journals, books or magazines? Define experienced please. Who are these experts?

…..,”If true, which is definitely in doubt, it wasn't a valuation, it was an assumption. Neither the size of a nail or even the size of a ship determines the value of a cargo. What was put on the ship determines how a valuation is made.”

I’ll be glad to let them know.

….. “Real salvors develop research files and look for specific wrecks.”

Amazing! And if they run across a wreck, while looking for that specific wreck, what should they do?

….. “Speaking of the tech, where's the data to support waiting for two years on the permit? SFRX claims it works. How do they know?”

I’m guessing that they know because when the “anyone can build one” sends a signal to the computer on board. If it is interesting, then I would think that they get coordinates with the intent of exploring it hopefully sooner than later.?

…… “Finding treasure and a media deal are both material events, so SFRX would have filing requirements if either occurs. ??Plus, the two research vessels (speed boats) aren’t big enough for divers, archaeologists, camera crew, etc. They’ll need a much larger vessel to accommodate. And don’t forget security.”

I’m pretty sure that they are on top of that.

…… “I am a skeptic. ??The speed boats they have been using of late aren’t salvage vessels. Not even sure what’s up with the speed boats. ??No heads on the boat??? (that’s a toilet) ??A salvage boat with proper equipment is the most efficient way to salvage. SFRX doesn’t have the proper equipment. I “assume” they will use that as an excuse in the near future. “

I’m thinking that the boats are for waterskiing or fishing. Or, perhaps they are examining radar hits and placing markers. I’d like to think that they were actively targeting hits, marking them and making it easier to find when a salvage ship is needed. Establishing a wreck debris field track would be an another possibility. Since they have been unable to do any salvaging, I, the lightweight, would have been concerned if they were out there in a salvage ship. Waste of fuel, and so forth.

Glad to know you know what a head is. That must be one of the criteria to be a heavyweight.

I soooo love this board
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trueblue trueblue 26 minutes ago
Sounds good!!
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Gman3343 Gman3343 31 minutes ago
This is really nice to see. This isn't going up for nothing. I think good news is coming soon.
I haven't added in years. I'm happy with the shares I have left over.
Been a long time for all of us .
Hope it continues through the week and we close above a penny today and never look back.
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trueblue trueblue 38 minutes ago
This kind of move isn’t negative nellies selling shares, now I feel like I should have accumulated more shares at .006 or below! Enjoying the move higher! Nice! Jmo
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Gman3343 Gman3343 44 minutes ago
Your at least hoping that. We should find out sooner rather than later .
Fingers crossed.
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thereis thereis 44 minutes ago
wow this fat dilution machine running unreal
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Gman3343 Gman3343 45 minutes ago
I'm not saying insider trading, but let's say I'm one of the divers . And I know something. I would be buying as much as I can.
You have to remember , there's many people involved. They might be buying and buying. But all this buying is not normal.
So this is indicating that either the tech is working or they know treasure is at the bottom of Juno.
I have no idea which one, but I'm hoping it's both lol.

I've done my fair share of bitching in the past , I've been in sfrx a long time.
I want to see them succeed, not just for me, but for all shareholders that have been holding like myself for a long time.
Also would like to see sfrx make history along with Kyle

Like I said, fingers crossed. However , I'm still keeping my excitement to a minimum until we get some great news.
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LittleBirdin my Ear LittleBirdin my Ear 51 minutes ago
Oak Island kinda media plan would be Sweet !!!!
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OutOfBounds OutOfBounds 57 minutes ago
Need good weather / conditions to start diving… so the story can be told. The story is what everyone is waiting on… If there is any significant find, and the media plan gets traction with new investors, well….
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LittleBirdin my Ear LittleBirdin my Ear 1 hour ago
Appears, barring a large Market Order sell, we will definitely close over that Pesky Penny Threshold.
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trueblue trueblue 1 hour ago
Come on baby light my fire!!! Wow!! Very interesting movement higher!! Jmo
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trueblue trueblue 1 hour ago
Smart people buying shares! Jmo
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hedge_fun hedge_fun 2 hours ago
So, you think insider trading is occurring?......Hmmmm

You've always been honest about things.
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Gman3343 Gman3343 2 hours ago
Something happening behind closed doors. This just doesn't keep going up for nothing. Never seen sfrx look so good.
Fingers crossed it's treasure.
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trueblue trueblue 2 hours ago
Through the centuries there are always a few people left standing on the dock as the ship sails away!! Wait!!! Come back!!!! I think they also are missing the train leaving the station!!!! Jmo glad I have my shares!!! The one month chart is a thing of beauty!!
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hedge_fun hedge_fun 2 hours ago
SFRX has rights to an unidentified vessel, and.......

no historical data to support a ship with a valuable cargo sunk in the Juno area. That wreck was located in 1978 and was explored by several salvage firms and found to be a dud.

That's a hot air balloon ride.

For almost 5 years in promos they have claimed they have game changing technology that can locate treasure, but they have yet to provide evidence of such. Yet last summer they told the FBAR it wasn't yet fully operational. See below. And this is for Melbourne, and we were told they were gone from Melbourne at the end of 2022.

It's all a hot air balloon ride.

The death mask, Q1 2020, then Q2 and then Q3 2020, and it's zip, zero, nada in Q1 2024.

That's all been hot air for the balloon.

Shake those pom poms TB. Shake em!


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IronChefQuezon IronChefQuezon 2 hours ago
That's great an all but if they haven't explained every unnamed step to the armchair experts it's obvious they have no idea what they're doing. Lmao.
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Raider21 Raider21 2 hours ago
quote: oh wait I forgot years ago someone said Sfrx was a hot air balloon!! Wrong, jmo
_________________________________________________________________

To the contrary. RIGHT.

This is precisely what SFRX is. A hot air balloon ride. To date, after years, no factual evidence whatsoever that SeaSearcher works. All continuous talk, total speculation. Nevertheless it's proven to be a profitable balloon ride for many and making money is what it's all about. So congratulations.

Get it while you can before the forthcoming worm poop show. I strongly predict that will prove to be a very dismal story.
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LittleBirdin my Ear LittleBirdin my Ear 2 hours ago
Exactly !!!!

• COEs Permit issued and ALL that entailed
• Million dollar loan secured
• Media

Don't know why they would go through these steps, and I'm sure there are alot left out, for no reason.
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OutOfBounds OutOfBounds 3 hours ago
What if seasearcher successfully located a decent amount of silver under the toredo crust? They have evidence of silver at the site…. Media plans in the works to document recovery of artifact? Why hire media if nothing exists under worm poop? Ability to use technology to search other sites? Plans for museum? Lot of possibilities that will come to light in the future. Cream rises to top, turds sink to bottom? Or the turds rise to the top, hot air balloon descends… got my popcorn ready.
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hedge_fun hedge_fun 3 hours ago
You're a real good fit here. SFRX has.......

a multitude of shareholders ignorant regarding salvage law.

It's like someone suggesting you don't need to be registered with the state to transact business there. Heck, you can sell produce and sell alcohol, you don't even need a license.

I just linked a Court Order that stated Sea Hunt needed prior permission from Spain, which was upheld by the Supremes, to be awarded a salvage fee.

But the geniuses here think SFRX doesn't need prior permission, and Spain will gladly give a large portion of their cultural heritage to SFRX because......it's SFRX.

And everyone knows SFRX is special. They don't need permission. They're SFRX.
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LittleBirdin my Ear LittleBirdin my Ear 3 hours ago
Hopefully today is THAT Day !!!
Dang thing gapped up to 109 just like that ....

GLTA SHAREHOLDERS HERE
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trueblue trueblue 3 hours ago
Run forest run!! Sfrx shareholders are making money!!! I also noticed the volume in shares is picking up!! ??? $$$$$$$$$ jmo
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trueblue trueblue 3 hours ago
Real shareholders love seeing the price per share move higher!!! Jmo oh wait I forgot years ago someone said Sfrx was a hot air balloon!! Wrong, jmo
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IronChefQuezon IronChefQuezon 3 hours ago
He just insults people all over the site. Having a guy twice your age call you a "little bitch" makes it an easy ignore. I'm here to make money; if you want to act like a child there's plenty of other social media available.
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IronChefQuezon IronChefQuezon 4 hours ago
Looking great! Time to close over a cent!
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hedge_fun hedge_fun 4 hours ago
SFRX's the sole owner of Juno, period. Spain.......

never made a claim when the Admiralty Arrest was first sought, nor did Florida. Neither were a party in the case.

After the 1987 Abandoned Shipwreck Act was passed, Florida assumed ownership of all wrecks in state waters, but Juno was grandfathered in. Judd apparently didn't understand this, and for some reason neither did SFRX, at least for some time.

Florida made claims on the Atocha and other wrecks, Spain did not. Hence the division with MFT and the state.

Spain didn't start making claims until the late 90's with the wrecks off Virgina. At first Spain won the rights to Juno but lost LaGalga, which was appealed.

IV. Conclusion
Regardless of whether or not JUNO and LA GALGA are considered to be warships, they are subject to a rule of express abandonment under the Fourth Circuit's precedent in Columbus-America. Sea Hunt has succeeded in showing by "strong and convincing" evidence that, through the 1763 Treaty, Spain has expressly abandoned title to LA GALGA. Therefore, title to LA GALGA now lies with Virginia *692 under the Abandoned Shipwreck Act, and Sea Hunt may continue with its salvage efforts according to the terms of the VMRC permits. There has been no such evidence of abandonment, however, as to JUNO. Neither the 1819 Treaty nor the declaration of war in 1898 contain any evidence of an abandonment of JUNO by Spain. Therefore Spain retains title to JUNO's wreck, and Virginia has no claim to JUNO under the Abandoned Shipwreck Act. Sea Hunt may not, without Spain's permission, continue salvage operations on the remains of JUNO.

The question remains as to whether Sea Hunt is entitled to a salvage award for JUNO under traditional salvage law. Spain has specifically indicated that it wishes to treat JUNO as a maritime grave and does not want the wreck to be salvaged. As this issue has not been fully argued by the parties, the question of whether Sea Hunt is entitled to an award under salvage law for salvage work performed on JUNO is expressly RESERVED, pending supplemental briefing by the parties. Each party to the case is ORDERED to submit a supplemental brief on the issue of whether Sea Hunt is entitled to a salvage award for JUNO within 30 days of the entry of this Order. The Court may require further evidence concerning the extent of the salvage conducted on JUNO. Amicus United States is also granted leave to submit a brief on this issue if it so chooses.

It is ORDERED, as to Spain's Motion for Summary Judgement that Spain retains title to and ownership of JUNO, and that its claim of ownership and title to LA GALGA is DENIED and DISMISSED. It is further ORDERED that Sea Hunt's Motion for Partial Judgement on the Pleadings is GRANTED to the extent that the Commonwealth of Virginia owns and has title to LA GALGA and was acting in accord with existing authority in issuing a salvage permit to Sea Hunt for LA GALGA.

https://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/FSupp2/47/678/2527737/

Upon appeal, the 4th Circuit ruled with Spain, and later the US Supreme Court upheld the 4th Circuit's opinion.

We reverse the judgment of the district court that the Kingdom of Spain abandoned the vessel LA GALGA. We affirm the judgment of the district court as to JUNO. Both vessels remain the property of Spain. The judgment of the district court is accordingly

We affirm the district court's denial of a salvage award to Sea Hunt. The district court found, "It is the right of the owner of any vessel to refuse unwanted salvage. Sea Hunt knew before bringing this action that the JUNO was a Spanish ship and that Spain might make a claim of ownership and decline salvage. . . . Because Sea Hunt had prior knowledge of Spain's ownership interests and had reason to expect Spain's ownership claim and refusal to agree to salvage activity on JUNO, Sea Hunt can not be entitled to any salvage award."

https://casetext.com/case/sea-hunt-v-kingdom-of-spain

But this is the most important part of the ruling.

The United States "is the owner of military vessels, thousands of which have been lost at sea, along with their crews. In supporting Spain, the United States seeks to insure that its sunken vessels and lost crews are treated as sovereign ships and honored graves, and are not subject to exploration, or exploitation, by private parties seeking treasures of the sea." Amicus Curiae Br. of U.S. at 1. Protection of the sacred sites of other nations thus assists in preventing the disturbance and exploitation of our own. Here the government's interest is rooted in customary international law. See 8 Digest of U.S. Practice in International Law 999, 1006 (1980) (noting that interference with sunken military vessels, "especially those with deceased individuals," is "improper" and that foreign governments' requests to have such views respected "should be honored").

It bears repeating that matters as sensitive as these implicate important interests of the executive branch. Courts cannot just turn over the sovereign shipwrecks of other nations to commercial salvors where negotiated treaties show no sign of an abandonment, and where the nations involved all agree that title to the shipwrecks remains with the original owner. Far from abandoning these shipwrecks, Spain has vigorously asserted its ownership rights in this proceeding. Nothing in the law of admiralty suggests that Spain has abandoned its dead by respecting their final resting place at sea.

Now Kyle and Huffy can claim all the merchant vessel BS they want, but they're full it. The Juno site is grandfathered. Whatever is there belongs to SFRX and no one else.

Any other new wrecks found would not be grandfathered, and a Spanish vessel, unless abandoned by an expressed act, would remain the property of Spain.

Glad I could help.

Me no see.....me no see....me no see.
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LittleBirdin my Ear LittleBirdin my Ear 4 hours ago
SFRX has an Admiralty Claim at Juno I believe.
This would definitely throw a wrinkle into everything you are speaking about.
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sctts sctts 8 hours ago
$$$$$Today is the Day$$$$$
$$$$$ SFRX $$$$$
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hedge_fun hedge_fun 15 hours ago
Florida doesn’t own Spanish wrecks even in……..

state waters, Spain does.

Florida can’t issue a permit excavation on such a wreck. It’s against the law, as Florida told Kyle and Timmy in the links I provided.

If you would simply read the links I have provided, but that appears to be too challenging for you.

Spain owns those wrecks and those wrecks are protected via Sovereign Immunity.

If SFRX wants to excavate what they believe is a Spanish wreck, they need to talk with Spain, the owner of the wreck and get permission.
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trueblue trueblue 16 hours ago
Back in the day it was mentioned that this expert person had invested in a company that he thought would go higher! Apparently the company’s chart he was reading for the future was upside down!! Jmo I’ll stay invested also in Sfrx like other intelligent people!! Jmo
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RC62 RC62 16 hours ago
So, you know that if the treasure is found and seafarer requests to make an underwater archaeological excavation with the goal of “not plundering “ the treasure. Allowing the artifacts to be placed in museums, that Spain and Florida would absolutely, unequivocally deny that because Sir Hedge has predetermined that just can’t happen. Underwater archaeology would be amazing, but it just won’t happen because Sir Hedge knows how it works. This featherweight bows down to the almighty Hedge
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hedge_fun hedge_fun 17 hours ago
Is Florida wrong regarding the SMCA? If so……

explain.

I know you can’t, as it seems beyond your ability to address anything I have provided.

You’re a good fit in your field.

#lightweight
#maybefeatherweight
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hedge_fun hedge_fun 17 hours ago
Spain has ALREADY responded to SFRX……geez

I linked it.

https://pretendradio.org/episode/treasure-hunter-michael-torres-vs-seafarer-exploration-corp/

Further, Spain is bound by a legal treaty they signed. The US never signed on to UNESCO but their stated policy is Spain’s wrecks are protected under Sovereign Immunity.

I have provided links, as has Raider.

What is the UNESCO Convention on Protection of Underwater culture heritage?

Recognizing that underwater cultural heritage is largely undervalued, the 2001 Convention provides a common legally binding framework for States Parties on how to better identify, research and protect their underwater heritage while ensuring its preservation and sustainability. Sep 22, 2023

https://www.unesco.org/en/underwater-heritage/2001-convention

I don’t have time for lightweights.

Perhaps you can respond to the links I have provided instead of saying I haven’t provided proof.

Kyle says the tech works.

Ask him for proof.
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RC62 RC62 17 hours ago
Did I mention Florida being wrong as well? Nope.
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RC62 RC62 17 hours ago
I’m pointing out that you don’t know what the response from Spain will be. You throw down your wild card and pretend that it’s the game changer. Game over. Sorry, I don’t buy it. And for you to claim unequivocally what will happen, is per usual for you. Nobody knows. Admit that. But you can’t. I’m not sure what will happen.
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LittleBirdin my Ear LittleBirdin my Ear 17 hours ago
Yep
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hedge_fun hedge_fun 17 hours ago
When did I imply silver dissolves? Link……

please.

Spain’s attorney has addressed Kyle’s and Craig’s bullshit claims. They have representation. They don’t need me.

Me no hear…..me no hear…..me no hear.

https://pretendradio.org/episode/treasure-hunter-michael-torres-vs-seafarer-exploration-corp/
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hedge_fun hedge_fun 18 hours ago
The Federal Register doesn’t provide evidence……

of Sovereign Immunity protections?

Interesting.

You don’t know Spain won their battle with OMEX claiming in part, Sovereign Immunity?

I guess the next thing you’ll tell me is the State of Florida is wrong too.

Not like they cite chapter and verse of the SMCA when communicating with Kyle and Timmy.

Me no see….me no see……me no see.

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trueblue trueblue 19 hours ago
I am enjoying the pps moving higher!!! The silence is golden!! Especially since they have been here for years and don’t own any shares?? Odd in the least!! Very!! Jmo
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LittleBirdin my Ear LittleBirdin my Ear 19 hours ago
Right !!!!
LOL 😂
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trueblue trueblue 20 hours ago
After watching and responding to some posts over the years I found the ignore button is great!!! Just maybe I’ll turn it off soon when we hit .02? Jmo
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RC62 RC62 21 hours ago
Let’s see.

I never said I was a “you’re a self-professed hedge expert”. You did. Why did you do that? Oh, wait, if you can throw me into the mix then you can attempt deflect my questions.

“Silver degrades in salt water. That’s a fact.” True, enough, but you’re implying that it’s all gone.

You build the straw man argument then prove your prowess by knocking it down. TKO by Sir Hedge!!!

Rut ro, wasn’t a knock out …. What about silver that gets buried under sand, mud, whatever? Is that gone as well. How do you know what happened to the silver? Proof please.

When did Spain make you their spokesperson? I’m confused. Have they told you that it’s not going to happen? No other options? No negotiation? 10-90, 20-80, 30-70, …

Again, bring out the straw man and TKO Sir Hedge. I’m not the one claiming that I know exactly what and how Spain will react. You are. Hence, proof please.
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LittleBirdin my Ear LittleBirdin my Ear 21 hours ago
👍 🎯 😜
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RC62 RC62 22 hours ago
I’m not the one that has given any opinions. I’ve only reflected upon your comments that I just pointed out that you have yet to provide evidence for your claims. Definitely believe that you are an able politician who has yet again deflected the question of where your evidence comes from. You’re the one who’s making outrageous statements and my calling you out for you to provide evidence still stands.
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Raider21 Raider21 23 hours ago
Quote: " Paid-Bashers "
______________________

No little birdy I am definitely not a 'paid basher'. Yes, I have monitored and posted here for a long time, recognizing the inexperience (meaning they seem to never learn) and incompetence of this company based upon my own experience having dove and salvaged shipwrecks in many parts of the Western Hemisphere. I've dove for some of the best.

The up coming 'worm poop show' will spell it all out for you.
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hedge_fun hedge_fun 24 hours ago
Welcome to Ihub. 2 posts so far and….

you’re a self-professed hedge expert, which is flattering. That field is growing.

A couple of things real quick. I haven’t said the tech doesn’t work. I have asked for proof it does. SFRX has claimed it worked since July 2019. How do they know? Where’s the data to support that claim?

SFRX has made claims about the Melbourne site that their own Bureau reports contradicted….ie “we’re on the wreck.”

Silver degrades in salt water. That’s a fact. Glad you have seen the coin. Seems like SFRX would show it off to the public. Maybe the big media deal requires them to keep it on the down low. Yeah, that must be it.

Lastly, can you site the law that gives SFRX the right to Spain’s cultural heritage? I suppose you not only have a law degree, but are an engineer as well.

US policy, as stated in the Federal Register clearly states their cultural heritage is protected by Sovereign Immunity. Here’s the link below.

Have a nice day. And again, welcome to the Hub.

Juno is NOT protected by Sovereign Immunity, as the Court Order predates the policy stated below.

In accordance with Spanish and international law, Spain has not abandoned or otherwise relinquished its ownership or other interests with respect to such vessels and/or its contents, except by specific action pertaining to particular vessels or property taken by Royal Decree or Act of Parliament in accordance with Spanish law.


https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/FR-2004-02-05/html/04-2488.htm
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LittleBirdin my Ear LittleBirdin my Ear 1 day ago
" Paid-Bashers "

Him and his Buddy, Raider, have More posts on this board over the years than Everyone Else combined !!!!!

( FACT )
Look it up ....
Ridiculous on a Good Day, IMO.
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RC62 RC62 2 days ago
I apologize to Sir Hedge and the board. I realize that I am new to this adventure and after reading tons of past posts I have concluded that I have confused Sir Hedge’s fascination with expertise. I mean what qualifies someone to be an expert in evaluating turds? Perhaps it is only a fascination. A master’s in Biology with a specialty in turds?

I’ve read that Sir Hedge has a problem with someone’s toy …. So, what direct knowledge does Sir Hedge have with it? Has he seen the schematics? Has he seen any of the test results? And what degree in engineering does he have? He never mentions any concrete facts, but he looks deep into his toilet bowl and suddenly he knows all about the toy … He says, with authority, that it doesn’t work. How exactly does he know that? Proof not poop please.

Sir Hedge is quick to point out the law and unequivocally makes conclusions based on his knowledge about past cases… where did he get his law degree? If he had, he would know that every case stands on its own merits. According to Sir Hedge, it’s a lost cause. Probably thinks O.J. really was not guilty.

I was particularly impressed by his claim that if silver was lost in the site that it would have been destroyed or something like that … how does he know that? They found a coin that looked pretty intact to me. A silver real. Hmm, but if you follow Sir Hedge, it’s all gone now. So sorry. Move on. Did he look deeply into his toilet bowl and watch the silver degrade? Yes, silver in contact with salt water, over time, will do this. But, I ask you, Sir Hedge, how do you know that has happened? Proof not poop.

I’m new at this and this is my honest opinion about Sir Hedge’s fantasy about seafarers future.
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Raider21 Raider21 2 days ago
’ll stay seated and finish watching how this movie ends! Grabbing more Carmel popcorn!! Jmo
Bullish
BULLISH
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Inevitably, a sad ending forthcoming.
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