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Author Topic: Thank God for Replicators  (Read 23416 times)


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Re: Thank God for Replicators
« Reply #30 on: April 22, 2005, 08:04:46 PM »
Dear Kysmett,

That sounds similar to what other authorities are telling me.  I agree that a provisional patent is advisable.  I read that the latest provisional patent price is $100 for an individual.  Can a person go online and nearly instantly file and pay for this provisional patent?  Also, how difficult and time consuming is a TM?

If you, Kysmett, suddenly discovered a legitimate free energy machine, what you do?  Could you please write down a step by step list.  At present, here is what I would do:,179.0.html


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Re: Thank God for Replicators
« Reply #31 on: April 22, 2005, 08:55:31 PM »
what i offered (poorman's pat) was used here in atlanta about 10 years ago and did function as i stated. but either way, there is a great market shock value to the blitz method of introduction and marketing of any given idea.

in classical 'marketing 101' class, there are many things in the mix needed for production and? distribution. but all of these processes and schemes are for "AFTER the fact of discovery".

many new products and fortunes have been both made and lost by inventors starting a business and then not having the heart or will to do the hard business functions. being a great inventor is not the same as a shrewd businessman. babies, wives/mistresses, and businesses all need and demand money and care for upkeep and growth.

now, for those many who need power and can ill afford a whole house of solar, wind, water or cannot maintain that system of switchgear, it is back to the tinker's bench of bits and parts and wires and magnets and freash ideas and scopes and meters.

we have to win, the alternative is....

note: the idea of having a site devoted to a layout of plans of how to 'go to market' and 'distribution' would be great and it would also be a source for reference. a site like this could have both proven classic systems and fast startup processes to insure that all bases are covered.
(if there is no plan, failure becomes the plan.)

Offline Kysmett

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Re: Thank God for Replicators
« Reply #32 on: April 22, 2005, 09:37:03 PM »
Hi Paul,

My reply is in the post you linked to, there is no need for paralell threads.