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Re: [TCML] Non-lethal use of a Tesla Coil in security
It should be pretty obvious by now that concepts, rather than devices, are what are actually patented here. The only ways have standing to object to a patent being issued are 1) Claim it infringes on a patent you have already been granted, or 2) you build a similar device that actually DOES work and THEN?assert that?the?other party's device doesn't work as claimed. This is why the several 4th dimension signaling devices and time-travel machines that have been patented will probably never have their idiocy challenged.
?US Pat Office has far more law school drop-outs than scientists and engineers as examiners.
"With Ignorance, all things are plausible"??Matt?D.19:26
From: Derek <tesla@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Tesla Coil Mailing List <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Fri, 27 Feb 2009 5:13 am
Subject: Re: [TCML] Non-lethal use of a Tesla Coil in security
Time to patent a "method of prevention of wall damage when using a tesla coil security system".?
I would also love to know how he gets streamers to form on the inside of a closed loop? that would be much more patentable.?
? Good stuff.. I wonder if he's ever actually played with a tesla coil??
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> outside of the entertainment industry.?
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