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Antigravity device patent annoys scientists


Posted on Monday, 14 November, 2005 | Comment icon 4 comments


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"A perpetual-motion machine may defy the laws of physics, but an Indiana inventor recently succeeded in having one patented."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by darkknight on 14 November, 2005, 14:57
thats true in business sense...but to inventors every project is a baby...
Comment icon #2 Posted by ROGER on 14 November, 2005, 19:12
I have seen some products sold with the words"Patent Pending" instead of a Patent Number. These are usually on cheap imported junk that's of questionable worth. That must be away around sum laws.
Comment icon #3 Posted by STIX on 15 November, 2005, 19:07
Patent pending only means that a patent has been applied for, not approved, therefore any effort to steal the idea is fruitless, it doesn't mean that the idea is legitemate and workable. Any invention relying on one mans theoretical assumptions should be highly scruitinized and no investment should take place without peer-evaluated experimental procedures that prove the theoretical applications legitemate and scientifically viable... As well, I believe that a patent should not be approved until the above crieteria is met and that it should remain pending until so, in order to protect dim-w... [More]


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