Science forums corruption

Discussion in 'Conspiracies' started by Interstella, Oct 17, 2019.

  1. Interstella Registered Member

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    Plagiarism and conman

    What have you got to say about that ?
     
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  3. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Doesn't sound like the best name for a law firm.
     
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  5. Interstella Registered Member

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    Lol! Indeed that would be a terrible name for a law firm.
    I do know some Law knowledge myself , I could probably rewrite laws based on laws.
    I'd call a law firm something catchy , forgive the pun.
    Maybe something like , The Twist of Fait.

    P.s Did you require some legal advice?
     
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  7. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    What have you got to say about that?
     
  8. Interstella Registered Member

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    I say most of these forums are to steal peoples ideas . They tell the person they have nothing when they know very well they have everything.
    Logic is not trolling , designs based on physics are real designs etc.
     
  9. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    You feel that we are here to steal and profit from your ideas? If you can't profit from your ideas, how can we?
     
  10. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    That's always a risk when you discuss ideas. Don't like it? Don't visit discussion forums.

    You understand that ideas can't be copyrighted or patented?
     
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  11. Interstella Registered Member

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    I understand that but they also cost money .

    I also understand when a forum tells you that if you post ideas on their forums you are sort of protected , that should be true . In my case , I think they've lied.
    However , my ideas are my ideas and if I want to use my ideas , openly discuss my ideas , give the ideas away , that is my choice and if people have patents based on my ideas which were widely spread over the internet , their patents are void and not a legitimate patent , therefore unless they wanted to pay me commission or royalties , they have nothing as I can explicitly use my own notions etc for whatever purpose I like. Additionally with whoever I want to .

    P.s Intellectual thieves only have half of the "story". They'd have to know how to get the ideas to work properly . I've eternal energy , an even more advanced version than they stole. Yes you heard that correct , I can sort out the worlds energy crisis and additionally as my forum name , deep space travel at the near speed of light.
     
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  12. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    I believe there is, or was, a concept of defensive disclosure, by which an inventor may choose to make public an invention that he has chosen not to patent, so as prevent anyone else gaining any patent rights in the area concerned and thus inhibiting the inventor from exploiting his own invention.
     
  13. Interstella Registered Member

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    If the inventor has the confidence to openly give away ideas and inventions , what else does the inventor have hidden up his sleeve?

    Indeed a public disclosure would or should ensure that nobody can be granted a patent as the idea was put out there.

    However , the original inventor obvious has the greater thinking ability and will be able to get their own inventions to work . Beware of poor imitations , you can't beat the real thing.
     
  14. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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  15. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Yep. How many patents do you have? How many products have you taken to market?
     
  16. Interstella Registered Member

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    The answer to that question is none but perhaps I'll just end up taking my ideas to the grave with me , ending my life without ever success or achieving any sort of goals.
     
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  17. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    An artist friend of mine has this problem.

    She is so afraid people on the internet are going to steal her art that she refuses to advertise herself at all.

    There's no logic in it.

    She is as poor as her worst possible scenario: even if she published some work, and someone stole it all, she'd be no worse off than she is now. So she has nothing to lose by advertising her wares.

    Yes, you will probably go to your grave with all your amazing ideas utterly untested.

    Then again, untested ideas are a dime a dozen. Everyone has the next 'billion dollar idea'. What good is it doing you?

    It's an excuse: "I can't be rich and famous through my inventions because they're so amazing someone will just steal them. So I will take comfort here in my room - just me and my genius and my Ramen Noodles."

    You can't be successful without taking a risk and making an investment in effort.
     
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  18. sideshowbob Sorry, wrong number. Valued Senior Member

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    The first one is free but then you're addicted. Give away the light bulbs and then sell them the phonographs.
     
  19. Interstella Registered Member

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    Coincidentally that is the sort of conversation that got me to disclose my first published ideas and diagrams on forums. No offence but again it seems to me that you have just tried to get me to give away more ideas and tell you how to get these ideas to work .
    I've learnt my lesson from the last time and I guess all my ideas will have to go to the grave with me as nobody is even willing to sponsor a book on my physics and innovations.
    I think I'm going to opt for the smashing my phone up and a life of no more internet as that seems the peace of mind option.
     
  20. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    I think that would be an excellent idea.

    However before you smash your phone, do yourself a favour and book an appointment with a psychiatrist. This paranoia about people stealing your ideas is something we've come across before in science forums. It seems to be associated with some types of psychiatric disorder.
     
  21. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    If you have all these inventions and ideas, why not file for patents on them and develop them?
     
  22. Interstella Registered Member

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    Patents cost money and originally I was lead to believe my leaked ideas were protected. Also some of my ideas are not for patent clerk eyes as I feel they need more protection than that and now I have serious trust issues with science itself because of what I see has happened to me . I baked some cakes and never even got a slice of my own cakes.
     
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  23. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    Perpetual energy and travel at the speed of light, those should make you some money. Why would you want someone to sponsor publishing a book for you? As you say, someone could then steal all of your ideas?

    If you really want to be published, just write the book and sell it though Amazon as an e-book. Or just smash your phone of course.
     

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