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    Walking through walls training system patent US20060014125A1

    This invention is a training system which enables a human being to acquire sufficient hyperspace energy in order to pull the body out of dimension so that the person can walk through solid objects such as wooden doors

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    Quote Originally posted by The One View Post
    This invention is a training system which enables a human being to acquire sufficient hyperspace energy in order to pull the body out of dimension so that the person can walk through solid objects such as wooden doors

    The patent now abandoned
    Just because someone filed a patent for it doesn't mean that it actually works, Bro. A patent only outlines a certain method of doing something, whether it works or not. Anyone can patent just about anything they can think of, as long as it hasn't been patented before by someone else.

    The idea behind patents is that a patent gives you some legal protection in case somebody comes up with a contraption or idea that works exactly as the one you invented. So it's a bit similar to copyright, but whereas the copyright applies to literal works — a story; a name, a melody, and so on — a patent specifically describes a technical design.

    All kinds of strange and bizarre things have been patented in the past. Otis Carr even patented his (supposedly) flying saucer, and he even obtained government subsidies for it. Of course, it was a sham and he was convicted for having conned the government out of money, but the patent was registered.

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    Quote Originally posted by Aragorn View Post
    Just because someone filed a patent for it doesn't mean that it actually works, Bro. A patent only outlines a certain method of doing something, whether it works or not. Anyone can patent just about anything they can think of, as long as it hasn't been patented before by someone else.

    The idea behind patents is that a patent gives you some legal protection in case somebody comes up with a contraption or idea that works exactly as the one you invented. So it's a bit similar to copyright, but whereas the copyright applies to literal works — a story; a name, a melody, and so on — a patent specifically describes a technical design.

    All kinds of strange and bizarre things have been patented in the past. Otis Carr even patented his (supposedly) flying saucer, and he even obtained government subsidies for it. Of course, it was a sham and he was convicted for having conned the government out of money, but the patent was registered.

    i've always been under the impression that a working prototype needed to exist (I think we've had this convo before). Because if not, I need to get busy doing up some patents. It takes resources to have a working model?

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    Quote Originally posted by Chuckie View Post
    i've always been under the impression that a working prototype needed to exist (I think we've had this convo before). Because if not, I need to get busy doing up some patents. It takes resources to have a working model?
    No, you do not need a working prototype. You only need a clear description — preferably with schematics — of how it's supposed to work.
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    Within purposefullll oobe's, this is common, maybe it was filed by someone with this that experience ?.

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