On 11 Jun 2006 at 21:30, stork wrote:
> Bob Paddock wrote:
> > The 06/11/2006 entry
> > "New Form of Electrical Current has many Applications"
> > at http://www.keelynet.com/ to me looks like a case of patenting
> > something that has been around for a few decades.
> > The old technology is known at the "H-Bridge".
> > http://www.designer-iii.com/cco/HBridge.pdf
> > How is this SDC [TM] in anyway different than biphasic currents that have
> > been in use for many decades?
> This proves anyone can get a patent for even the most frivilous idea.
> The telephone signal in copper wire is DC with superimposed alternating
> How long have telephones been around?
Another example of "ONLY IN AMERICA" - more specific the USA
reminding the USA that "America" is much bigger than the 50 states
eventually you can a patent on the wheel - just try it
even on a spoon - that's a true fact too
it may depend on who you are though - corporate giant or normal person
and what kind of irrelevant claim you dream up
if there is potentially money to be made - everything goes
same seems to go for copyright -
it only proves that corporate greed has endless means
all in the name of "GOOD" business -
- spelled with 2( two) "o" not 1: -
( lost remark for the 1 in 3 illiterate US residents )
why is nobody surprised