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"For now, secrecy orders on FE patents are justified." | Login/Create an Account | 10 comments
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Is Shoulders a self described FE researcher? (Score: 1)
by chipotle_pickle on Thursday, February 12, 2004 @ 07:56:50 GMT
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Otherwise, you have listed no evidence that there are any free energy patents classified as secret. Why talk about if it's good or bad, if it doesn't happen?

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Re: This doesn't happen. (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Monday, February 23, 2004 @ 05:46:27 GMT

I like these examples of how to get around the corrupted US Patent Office. When your only choices are:
1. involuntary classification, in which case the US govt becomes your one and only customer, which means they can dictate price and manufacturer,
2. publish 18 months before patents are granted, which means everyone in the world can reverse-engineer the invention before you even get the patent,
3. denial on the charge that your invention violates "established" science,

it is refreshing to see another option: patent, but prevent the involuntary classification by going "open source" at the same time. Patriots may howl that the tactic gives away potentially harmful technology, but the alternative is a list of Telsa-like inventors, never gaining any money for their invention.

How many inventions have been duplicated by independent researchers because of the US Patent Office slapping 'gag' orders on the inventors? That's the real harm, to keep us walking around with blindfolds on, unable to see new horizons. We should be already refining established free energy and/or overunity devices, not making new ones from scratch over and over again, never getting past the prototype and venture capital stage.

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