Full Disclosure of Suppressed Free Energy Patents
Date: Thursday, November 02, 2017 @ 17:16:46 EDT
Hi, Here's a new petition regarding all the Suppressed Inventions that are still kept away from all of us:
Petitioning Donald Trump: Full Disclosure of Suppressed Free Energy Patents.
The release of Free Energy Patents to the public would radically change the world overnight. With the proper industrialization unlimited free energy available on a global scale could eradicate pollution, hunger, famine, poverty, homelessness and poor education.
If you want to sign this petition than go to the following link:
[Vlad] This was submitted by Anonymous to the main site (the portion in italics was added by me, Vlad). After minor edits, I approved it, not because I think it will accomplish anything in the current format (a proper letter is not provided - yet) but because, in principle, I agree with any actions in this regard. I also support/encourage all the individuals and/or organizations doing something to challenge (legally or otherwise) the Invention Secrecy Act of 1951 when it comes to revolutionary energy inventions.
We reported on the "Invention Secrecy Activity in 2016" here. Of course, always check Steven Aftergood's posts on Federation of American Scientists (FAS) site (Secrecy).
I've also found a good article on the TrueDisclosure.org site: Invention Secrecy At All-Time High: Thousands Of Patent Applications Placed Under Secrecy Orders. I have to admit, here I learned for the first time about the existence of the program for delaying patent applications called the Sensitive Application Warning System (SWAS); from the article:
Usually, when an application is submitted for a patent approval it requires a couple of examiners who work with the Patent office to go through their process of approval. This process usually takes approximately 1 to 2 years, but applications that are filed in SAWS must be approved from several people, and can be delayed for a number of years.
"There is no official channel to notify an applicant once their patent is placed in the system, and the Patent Office has denied requests to divulge what applications are on the SAWS list.”