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Dale

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Of course many deluded persons fancy a scientific finding. But suppose an outsider does have a valid discovery. Should he just save time and retire to a home for crackpots? Here in the USA, the best answer to come my way has been to first acquire political influence. Not my bag! I don't suck up. Paying taxes doesn't cut it. 

Sharing a discovery on a scientific forum doesn't seem to work. Perhaps that is because if a slob finds something difficult for scientific authorities to comprehend, then the issue is sure to be far too complex for ignorant forum trolls to reason out. Also, most moderators mandate the mediocrity of scientific consensus and abuse violators with malicious relish.

 (Carl Sagan asserts that there are no authorities in science.)

I believe that I have found some useful stuff for real scientists. I beg to be told how to share it this side of the grave.



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You've been doing exactly that here, Dale. If it is something that needs protection of your rights to intellectual property, then copyright or better yet a patent.

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/

Search to see if you are the first. If you don't care about infringements, then announce it as public domain from the get go. You've seen in here and possibly other places that I often give it to the human race right away. It lets others use it as derivative work and prove or fail it.

Experiment with it. Don't ever let anyone bully you into thinking your scientific method doesn't stack up. Remember that Einstein made many postulations that nobody could comprehend, but many, nonetheless, pretended they did enough to discount them.


One method I have attempted is to make a scifi story about my ideas. Nobody can accuse me of being wrong, save for grammar...





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You've been doing exactly that here, Dale. If it is something that needs protection of your rights to intellectual property, then copyright or better yet a patent.

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/

Search to see if you are the first. If you don't care about infringements, then announce it as public domain from the get go. You've seen in here and possibly other places that I often give it to the human race right away. It lets others use it as derivative work and prove or fail it.

Experiment with it. Don't ever let anyone bully you into thinking your scientific method doesn't stack up. Remember that Einstein made many postulations that nobody could comprehend, but many, nonetheless, pretended they did enough to discount them.


One method I have attempted is to make a scifi story about my ideas. Nobody can accuse me of being wrong, save for grammar...





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The universe is a hairball. It was created by Fritz the Cat. :P Einstein said the universe was like a plate of spaghetti. Still, you don't want to know what transpired between him and Elsa to bring about that idea.
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One method I have attempted is to make a scifi story about my ideas. Nobody can accuse me of being wrong, save for grammar...



Jules Verne did that in "Ralph 24C41" or something like that.

Am just trying to help. Anything I have presented to date (6/29/2012) is hereby granted to public domain.



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Surprisingly enough I'm not a Verne afficionado. I'm still working at building what is both a greenhouse and research/development area. It's a part of my houseboat. I've pretty much given those designs as public domain because i know in my heart they are needed and there will be others who want to turn to that concept.
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http://www.frankwu.com/Paul-listing5.html

"Ralph 24C41" brought this up in Bing


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"Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. "
Albert Einstein
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Einstein was a real sage. I often wish I could have spoken to him... listened to him.
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