They said in their press release they raised $80,000 on a hardship financing, yet they only seem to have some $20,000 in the bank. Oh dear! The hardship financing was 'announced' at $0.025 when the shares were selling at $0.015 or less. $80,000 would have been a lot of shares at any rate, what 3-4 million or so? Why is the number of shares out the same at ~~112 million? Oh dear!
I think most of the 'debt' is 'unpaid salary' for the former CEO, Secretary, and CFO. Hardly consequential in the big world.