That Pavel Kursa is a con man from Ukraine. The story, the company's ( GeoResonance ) claim to be able to use magnetic resonance imaging, presumably somehow projected from a satellite (formerly secret Soviet military technology only they have access to) as well as nineteen other undisclosed technologies (doubtless including a TriCorder and talking computer that says, "Working...") analyzed by a "team" of unnamed scientists to detect copper wiring or ceramic engine components 600' underwater from space with resolution apparently better than the optical resolution of geo-survey satellites is so absurd that I cannot stop the belly laughing. It took years of development and magnetic field strengths of 1T along with kilowatts of induced gradient and RF fields at a distance of a foot or so just to be able to align the spin axis of hydrogen atoms in your body and get the sub-millimeter resolution to peer into your body with an MRI scanner, so achieving an equivalent order of magnitude or two better resolution from space with a secret satellite is a joke and a half. They also claimed to have located a sunken WW2 hospital ship (Armenia) in the Black Sea back in 2005... but that wreck has not in fact been found. As with most of these types of operators, their claims of past applications or success are far flung in remote places about the globe (Congo, etc) and impossible to validate, the few identifiable "customers" such as Mr. Pope always seeming to be partners in their adventures. Just a couple scammers, most likely pushing a Pink Sheet stock and trying to cash in on the misery of others.