light in the tunnel
6th December 2009 - 07:09 PM
QUOTE (H2O+Dec 6 2009, 05:45 AM)
If you're serious about this then my suggestion would be to first invest in it academically. Take university in the appropriate subject matter. Electrical and chemical engineering perhaps? Use that to develop it.
It sounds like he is afraid that if he publishes too much about his amazing discovery someone's going to steal it. Didn't you read the part about signing non-disclosure agreements?
TIP: I think all you need to do to prevent others from stealing your idea is to document it in a public venue with a date that can be substantiated. Then, unless someone else can produce documentation that they were working on your idea before you were, you could take them to court for stealing your idea and take their profits.
I'm not a lawyer, so don't quote me on this, but I have the idea that this is the case.
10th December 2009 - 02:20 AM
QUOTE (dmoodispaugh+Dec 5 2009, 01:47 AM)
I have found a new energy source that is very abundant and very low emissions, but i am not a scientist, i am a computer technician with a curious mind and an engineering background. i need funding to move forward with this idea i will happy to provide more information to anyone interested in funding after they sign a nondisclosure agreement. please contact me at email@example.com
i enter into the forum to communicate with group members about the topic of Energy source, what you mentioned new energy source is different from mine, do you know the solar energy source? for example, solar energy street lamp, solar energy battery plates...which all use the technology of converting the solar energy into electrical energy, it's energy-saved and evironment protected,no pollution,no radiation, safety,the installation is cheap and maintenance is simple.
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