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Re: Where should be funds allocated first? (Score: 1)
by techmac on Monday, January 08, 2007 @ 19:34:51 GMT
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Inventors of successful experiments already own their prototype, but they generally have spent all of their spare change on that prototype and associated experiments.
Where all (inventor, investor and the public) would benefit most is to fund startup companies for each promising inventor. Such a company would already have administration such as a CEO, CFO, etc. A company of this type could handle more than one inventor. Inventors are generally not business oriented and they can barely interface with one company, let alone the many companies it would take to get their invention on its feet.
Professional cherry pickers out to strain the pool of prospects for a hot value aren't going to be of service to an average genius. They can no better tell what is important in the scientific world than scientists can in the world of business.
So a fund earmarked to support business services to free energy, O/U inventors could choose them through a panel of experts rather the the tip and nod of one CEO.

Re: Where should funds be allocated first? (Score: 1)
by adjudicator on Sunday, February 11, 2007 @ 18:01:41 GMT
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Inventors or innovators who tout or canvass themselves, their invention or innovation for development funds should be shown the door.

2. If they haven't got a working model or prototype they are just Walter Mitty dreamers at best or simply con artists at worse.

3. Real inventors and innovators are paranoid about keeping their idea or product secret. They will always find enough cash or backing to get a working prototype up and running, always.

4. Show a Private investor, a Bank, or Venture Capitalists a working model for them to assess and spot a winner and they will drown you in cash.

5. The best return on any funds would be in the materials budget of school junior science and undergraduate engineering departments.

Thank you.



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