Where nothing is off topic.
Is this a joke by which you mean to illustrate how the US patent system is broken, or is it an attempt to put your foot in the door, so to speak, if something like this somehow turns out to be workable in a few decades?If it's a joke, a few paragraphs explaining your take on the US patent system, in light of this patent, would be in order.Either way, it is kind of despicable that the US patent system allows this to go through. :(
Is this a joke ... or is it an attempt to put your foot in the doorThat all depends on whether the thing actually works :-)
Very nice. I wonder if you could surpass the infinite-speed barrier and patent time travel.
American Journal of Physics, 64 (1996) 31-34, 1202an online reprint:http://www.oberlin.edu/physics/dstyer/TeachQM/misconnzz.pdf(check out #7)I just found this paper the other day when I was looking for questions to use in a midterm for the class I'm TA'ing. I believe that superluminal information transfer conflicts with relativity (as I'm sure you suspect based on your Einstein reference), but I don't have a more explicit reference at the moment than the one above.
i seriously doubt this works....i put my bet on Einstein
Ron! Check this out:http://m.slashdot.org/story/310655You might want to inform them of your patent!
I'll get my lawyers on it first thing in the morning.(Seriously, dude, who *are* you that you even remembered this? I posted this ten years ago!)
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