Wanna Save the Planet, Pick a Project
Want to save the planet? Want to take on a new project, one that might make a difference across the entire globe? The insights presented here will provoke new considerations, possibly spur innovations and conceivably help mankind. Technologies that are explored range from "Planetary Sustainability" to a possible method for identifying the "Theory of Everything" and from “Cheap Access to Space,” More
It has been said, that the wealth a person accumulates is proportional to the number of people that are served. Thomas Edison, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs are examples. Past problems confronted local communities, individual governments and the interaction between national governments. Today, there are many problems facing all of humanity. Technology can alleviate some of these concerns. Presented in this ebook are proposals that could help local communities, solve national concerns or, possibly, change the course of history. No claims are made about any of the proposals in “Wanna Save the Planet.” Some of the many proposals have been considered or described before. Some may have patent protection. Some may not be feasible because of costs, efficiency or other concerns. But, hopefully, technology will be advanced by the consideration or reconsideration of these concepts.
What is the next step? Choose a project from these, that are presented, or create a new idea. Carpe diem (seize the day) and do it. Research the facts, the possibilities. Talk to friends and professionals for advice about the effort. Make a business plan. Start the process for a Patent. Look into a “Provisional Patent.” Get the advice of a patent attorney. At the right time, announce a news conference with local radio and TV news outlets and proclaim the advantages of the new invention. Seek start-up capital through friends, family or crowdfunding. It is okay to use personal money to advance a new endeavor, but there are many frauds in the marketing of inventions. Great care is required.
If a decision has been made to work on a project, then another decision is required: make the item in-house, subcontract to a jobber or sell out-right to a large company. If the marketing has been thorough enough and the product has merit, a large company might be approachable for outright sale or otherwise. But, there is a lot of resistance to this option. It is a matter of battling the concept “Not-Invented-Here.” If it is a small, inexpensive product, a few could be made in-house and sold. The money earned, then used to purchase and make additional inventory. If the product requires an outside contractor, the question becomes how much money to invest and how to market the inventory. A small test market of the product might prove useful.
This e-book is an excerpt from, "The Physics of Sub-Atomics" which is an effort to advance current technologies to even higher levels. There are other experiments described in "The New Physics, Now," such as electro-chemistry, tunneling electrons, and measuring greater resolution then the Planck Length. I hope many are served by this endeavor and many people become very wealthy.
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