“Everything that surrounds us, ourselves included, can be described as macroscopic collections of fluctuations, vibrations, and oscillations in quantum mechanical fields. Matter is confined energy, bound within fields, frozen in a quantum of time. Therefore, under certain conditions (such as the coupling of hyper-frequency axial spin with hyper-frequency vibrations of electrically charged systems) the rules and special effects of quantum field behavior also apply to macroscopic physical entities (macroscopic quantum phenomena).”
But my curiosity would be what the “Metallic” coating and “Metallic” lining are exactly in these diagrams? Being put in parenthesis like that makes me think this is privileged information or it would just say “copper”.
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?
It is de rigueur to be vague in patents - or at least no more specific than absolutely necessary.
Suppose you patent a device and specify "copper-coated" - then some other fellow makes a knock-off and points out: "Mine is silver-coated - hence no patent infringement!"
I suspect if the gravity wave generator were a workable device it would not have gone to the patent office but would be locked at someplace like Skunk Works in mile deep secrecy.