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Lockheed Martin Patents Quantum Radar with European Patent Office

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Jan Panteltje, Mar 6, 2007.

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  1. Joel Kolstad

    Joel Kolstad Guest

    Isn't it great that you can patent things without ever having to build them
    and demonstrate that they could work? :)

    I would guess that Lockheed-Martin doesn't have a clue how to actually build
    one of these, but they want to be certain they don't miss out on the fun if
    someone else can pull it off.
  2. Yes, should be a requirement: Working prototype.

    Now I am going to patent the
    fusion reactor car motor
    fusion reactor star-drive.
    Who knows, maybe I win the jackpot :)
  3. Tha jackpot is patented, watch it.
  4. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    If some person is not interested in sex, then they could patent their
    few-son drive?
  5. maxfoo

    maxfoo Guest

    How do you know they don't have a prototype? Could be a government contract and
    the prototype is classified.
  6. My time machine patents are in full force.
  7. Guest

    Nahh: The real reason for classifying is to stop the tax payers finding out how
    their money is wasted!
  8. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    Naaah! It's because we've decided to take Holland first in our
    conquest of the Europeons ;-)

    ...Jim Thompson
  9. Guest

    Be my guest!! As long as we do not have to offer asylum to the arab refugees
    from there. We will take the Dutch, however.
  10. So? What good is radar that can only see a Volkswagen Quantum?
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