In this space, visitors are invited to post any comments, questions, or skeptical observations about Philo T. Farnsworth's contributions to the field of Nuclear Fusion research.
Date: Apr 22, 10:34 pm
Poster: Rolf L. Quam
On Apr 22, 10:34 pm, Rolf L. Quam wrote:
I am no lawyer - and do not pretend to be such...
But, from my understanding, in order for a patent to be enforcable, it must pass the test of "Common Understanding." It is subject to the undersanding of a person in the field in which it is being developed. Now, the fusion potentials are known... All of our work is - currently well known... I would say that all of our work is "well known" as we know it... The patents involving particle beam fusion experiments "104.xxxxxxx" degrees would also be subject to this...
Too much of what is being patented is based on "common knowlege." I was speculating on the particle beam stuff over 10 years ago...
(We need more people in court explaining what "obvious" is...
Keep the faith!
Patent your findings! - Even if it is a "poor man's patent!"
If you find the "real thing" - the public will pay your legal fees! (Or, you could, like I intend, turn your findings over to Humanity... )
- Re: Patents - Rolf L. Quam Apr 24, 3:07 am
- Re: Patents - Rolf L. Quam Apr 24, 2:47 am
- Re: Patents - Jim Lux Apr 23, 9:33 am
- Re: Patents - Rolf L. Quam Apr 24, 2:33 am