Re: Theos-World Free energy devices, an old dream.
Apr 02, 2002 08:57 AM
Thank you for your reply. Well, Tom Bearden holds a Ph.D. as do 2
named individuals of the Patent. To my recall he has been engaged
type of research effort for at least 27 years, if nothing else
famous word H.P.B. loved "TRY." I give him credit for perseverance
Yes, it is quite repletly stated in his joint Patent a permanent
magnet is an
element of the device, but as with multitudes of other
quite useful to the current civilization that is not novel or new
or violation of
excepted convention or usage. It is only 1 element of the device,
he has not claimed to have invented magnets.
He posted which Reviews the Patent will be published in on his home
you may have overlooked.
In the USA different from some countries Patent Application must be
by a working "Demonstration Model" that upon test by the Patent
exhibit all Patent Claimed Novelty features successfully. The
granting of Patent
in the USA has a higher standard than many other countries, often
that demonstrates the Patent Claims is provided with the initial
Prior to Patent Application.
Due to a glitch in my Adobe acrobat Reader I am foreclosed from
viewing the many PDF contents on the Bearden Home Page nonetheless I
have read enough
to see the claims in regard to the technical Materials technology
the Process he claims which even though without moving parts is
sound as what occurs on the Motherboard of your PC which also has no
They in their Claim states that the device utilizes energy available in
the "environment" which is transduced via the Process of which the
is 1 element of many. No, I do not see any reference to "antennae"
in their Formal Description of the Patent. Perhaps the idea connected to
word is all that applies here as looking at the device one sees no
One departure of their Device is the temporary input power which is said
brief and used for initialization of process operation only, in effect a
which is shut off once baseline cycle operation is attained as I read it.
I once had a Registered U.S. Patent Attorney who was the Head of TRW
world Marketing after Heading for 16 years their Patent Division, Patents
are very expensive and have to meet the validation of claims by scientific
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