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    To Patent or Not to Patent a Free Energy Technology?
    Posted on Thursday, October 04, 2007 @ 14:45:02 MST by vlad

    Legal Addressing the question of when to seek for a patent and when not to seek for a patent on "free energy" technology. Lists alternatives for "game-changing" technologies that should not go the patent route. (PESWiki; Oct. 2, 2007)

    "Patents are important and perhaps even crucial for most any key technology that is not game-changing. Most energy technologies fit this criteria.

    Nevertheless, there are alternative routes to be considered even for these more benign technologies, which may allow for a more rapid development and dissemination of the technology than if the patent route is followed..."

    See the PESWiki "discussion page" for this article for comments.

    Also, read the interesting comments on the topic posted to some surveys run on this site on this subject, such as:

    What is inventor's best & safest path to success?

    What is the best model for bringing a real OU device to the people?
    You have a real, working FE device; where would you go first?
    For now, secrecy orders on FE patents are justified
    Should a free/open/reputable international FE technology testing organization be established?



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    Re: To Patent or Not to Patent a Free Energy Technology? (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Thursday, October 04, 2007 @ 21:43:08 MST
    (User Info | Send a Message) http://www.zpenergy.com
    Somebody suggested me some other useful posts from the main page related to this subject. Here they are:

    Protecting Yourself From Invention-Promotion Scams
    [Keelynet] patents vs proprietary technology
    Patent advice
    ATTN: inventors
    Pitfalls of disclosing an unpatented invention


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