Skip to comments.If These US Navy Patents are Made Then We Are in a Star Trek Technology World
Posted on 03/09/2019 6:04:55 AM PST by vannrox
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You can if you can convince the patent office bureaucrat that it's not 'abstract'. Bureaucrats are not always the sharpest knives in the drawer.
Hydrino gas was observed to have a faster migration time and a higher thermal conductivity than any known gas as shown by a negative gas chromatographic peak before hydrogen in a helium carrier gas. This data adds to the massive portfolio of other analytical tests that confirm the existence of hydrino, a smaller more stable form of hydrogen formed by the release of massive power.
I can’t help but think that UFO’s are actually super secret aircraft using advanced experimental technology.........
While I am a Trekkie, I must note that the inertia reducing gadget is effectively a Bergenholm generator from E.E. “Doc” Smith’s Lensman cycle of novels. This device was the key to interstellar flight. At the culmination of the story arc, the Galactic Patrol had figured out how to move entire planets with Bergenholm generators.
It's not widespread yet, but it is here.
re: “However, quantum physics calculates that a one cubic centimeter of vacuum still contains about 0.000000000000000000000000002 kilowatt hours (kW-h) of energy. “
It’s energy (energetic particles) that are just ‘transiting through’ ... look what shows up in a Wilson cloud chamber for instance:
This is nothing. You should see what I got in the garage.
Right, and ‘tain’t much.
Published applications only. Not patents.
Some companies don’t patent because they don’t want the process or object public. They just call it proprietary.
Would this patent application be geared to having something patented without disclosing secrets?
If you can figure out what I am doing in my garage let me know and then we will both know.
...said Joseph Newman
I guess perpetual motion machines are no longer fashionable.
Rumor has it that this is the case, and it has been played with since the Germans made discoveries during WWII.
That’s why I said “widespread”, FRiend!
Norman Dean was issued a patent for an inertial space drive in 1959.
There is no requirement that a patent actually work.
I’m sure that is the case here... But I would like to know what it is. lol
Any best guesses?
I have issues with these inventions.
First, PZT is not a metal and not capable of conducting; it is a piezoelectric ceramic dielectric. It needs a metallic coating to work. Second, if you do plate it with a metal to make a piezoelectric transducer, it has a high capacitance and will need lots of power.
“it appears the Navy relied on an affidavit from an expert, which the Examiner initially argued wasnt sufficient ...”
How about the opinion of another expert in the field (me).
My credentials: https://www.amazon.com/Ultrasound-Piezoelectric-Physics-Engineers-Applications/dp/1793995389/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1552143786&sr=8-3
These inventions are flim-flam and won’t work.
I'm sure you're aware that transparent aluminum is here. Not widespread, but it's here.
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