|Authored by: Anonymous on Monday, July 16 2012 @ 12:57 PM EDT|
That's part of the problem with the existing state of Patent Law. So many
invalid patents are issued but presumed valid for purposes of initial
A lot of people are of the opinion that a lot of patents are
issued that shouldn't have been.
It's really too bad the Supreme's don't
have more opportunities to invalidate them. But I guess the $2 Million
begining defense cost will have to spent by someone for each of them to get them
before the Supreme's. That's quite the cost given the substantially lower cost
to get the patent in the first place.
And the problem lies directly on
the shoulder's of Patent Attorney's willing to dress math up as some more
obscure explanation to hide the math:
A method for determining the
energy equivalent of a mass comprising:
multiplying the mass by the square of the speed of
The above most clearly stated
The fact you're willing to obfuscate what the
invention actually is shows you know it's nothing more then math, and if
presented as math would never be issued as a patent!
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