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18th January 2014, 08:01 AM

Hello guys. I urge you to read this. It was very interesting to me that this guy out of nowhere finds the philosopher's stone. He was already rich and able to afford all the help he could get. It was definitely fate. It truly explains things out of the ordinary and legitimate studies of it are crazy. I guarantee your mind will be blown out of this dimension!

18th January 2014, 03:13 PM
It's a sales pitch. There's nothing new about monoatomic gold or superconductors. Just-don't give them your money.

18th January 2014, 05:44 PM
Agree, CF.
Reminded me of a rich kid, not so well educated, spending his dad's money on a search for Sasquatch. I've seen it before in my own life. At best it was an anecdote. Metaphysically, he had some cliché programs that are nothing new.

Perhaps you could refine your critical senses. You have to learn what is hogwash and what is science.

18th January 2014, 06:29 PM
Relax,he's only 16. Hasn't even gone to college yet. But know this G, superconductors have been around for a long time, are routinely used for many purposes, and monoatomic elements can be used for various things. and I can give you a recipe for homemade monoatomic water (or whatever you call it).

18th January 2014, 07:32 PM
I may be a bit gullible, but I've seen a man like this one in person make gold out of nothing in front of my eyes. He even taught us how using sea water. I guess everyone could get a patent nowadays.

Look up pyrite. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrite_group) I'm just saying.

18th January 2014, 07:42 PM
I own a patent myself. Wheee!

19th January 2014, 04:40 AM
Cool! What'd you create?

20th January 2014, 12:22 AM
I maybe on the top-ten list of worthless patents - actually there must thousands - but mine was definitely a day late. It was called Ledger ID. Just prior to the PC it made some sense, but was a waste of money. :-D

20th January 2014, 12:46 AM
ps. I made my own ORMUS cup. It was super easy, all you need is some fridge magnets (the square kind that are used to hold paper things) and a cup you don't care too much about. And a lid, if you want to be neat.

20th January 2014, 08:18 AM
There are tens of thousands of bizarre, totally useless patents out there. Some are people trying to patent stuff they have no right to (naturally occurring plants/herbs, human DNA sequences, common use products like using a laser pointer to tease your cat, etc.). Some people patent stuff that has no value whatsoever, or such limited value that it didn't need a patent to begin with. There are websites that highlight some of these bizarre and completely legitimate useless and stupid patents. I don't know how many "hats to prevent mind reading" there are, but there are plenty...

To get a patent, you only need to do the correct legal work, submit certain papers and diagrams, and submit with enough money to pay for it. I don't believe you even have to submit a working model any more, considering that they'll allow patents for stuff like DNA and mathematical algorithms...

So, no, the holding of a patent doesn't impress me in the least (EDIT: this is in reference to the original article; I realised just now that it could be seen as being in relation to e1b, and it isn't :)), and I know full well they mean basically nothing. By the way, did you know that the patent inspectors get paid by the number of patents they APPROVE? Yeah. Little to no incentive to do correct research (for prior use, etc.) or to disapprove any patent, in fact. It is possible to get a patent retracted through legal action, and that's what the patent office(s) use as their excuse. If it's not valid, someone can sue, ta da! *roll eyes* I shouldn't have gotten started on patent law. It's almost as bad (if not as bad) as the state of current copyright law, and it's all about seventy years out of date and badly in need of reform.... Oh, my, where did that soapbox come from? Sorry. *gets down*

But, anyway, people hold patents for all sorts of ridiculousness. It basically means nothing and gives no validity to their "invention".

Just for amusement:


20th January 2014, 03:25 PM
I want an optical illusion bathing suit. I can't be arsed to work out.

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