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What a pity
Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, July 15 2012 @ 09:49 AM EDT

To believe math should be patentable.

RAS

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Evasive response = affirmative
Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, July 15 2012 @ 10:59 AM EDT

And since you didn't actually answer the question I asked, I'll take the evasive response to be an affirmative answer to the question asked.

You are willing to take a well-known process, simply change nothing more then the formula, and would like that to be patentable.

That's also a pity. The really sad part is that the patent exchange is supposed to be that: an exchange.

    Knowledge to Society in exchange for a Monopoly
To want to patent a well known process with the only thing changing being the formula is to take knowledge from Society instead of giving to. What a sad state to want to cause such great harm as:
    Take knowledge from society + grant monopoly
in order to receive a little more money.... or perhaps from the perspective of certain Patent Attorneys, it's a LOT more money.

Very sad.

RAS

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