you would be considering to invest in something, can be whether or not to apply
for a patent, or to join with someone else in a technical project, I can evaluate
the technical feasibility of it. I could also be your consultant to assist in
developing your project, preferably in the field of energy. However, I only work
with the SI system of units.
that 95% of all patents never became commercial. The reason is that, whereas
an invention may appear to work on paper, a patent does not mean it really works
in practice as thought. Surely, when an invention obviously can't work, in specific
a perpetual motion machine, it will not be granted a patent, but there are so
many other circumstances that prohibits an invention to become commercial.
Usually such inventions work on paper only, while in
practice the device would jam, or gets too hot by internal friction, or has excessive
internal leakage, or gets too big and/or too expensive, etc, etc. The Sterling
engine is a good example of this - it works, but is too expensive, or too big,
to compete with the internal combustion engine. Really tricky are 'inventions'
that seem to work in a demonstration, but not for the aimed purpose,like reactionless
Btw, do you know that nuclear disasters, like latest
in Fukushima, would not be possible, if the reactors had been placed below a
natural water level? Read more about safe
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