Re: underground bases

Message posted by Andreas Parsch on December 09, 2002 at 0:51:37 PST:

"It would be interesting to know if this is real or not. You can patent things that you haven't produced let alone perfected if the science behind the patent is sound."

The science doesn't have to be sound, either. E.g., you can patent, say, a space-drive based on quantum gravity, _if_ you provide a description how it is _supposed_ to work. So _if_ someone else discovers a quantum gravity drive which works as you described, you can claim your patent rights.

Well, that's at least how EU patent law works - I've seen patents, where the "science" was definitely nonsense.


In Reply to: Re: underground bases posted by gary on December 08, 2002 at 23:56:42 PST:


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