New Technology in Propulsion: Vicansel Project.

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  1. Q-reeus Valued Senior Member

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    You might have noticed a few not-so-new folks here have 'unmasked' Eduard as a chameleon. I can't be sure but regardless of that issue, his behavior doesn't merit any real sympathy.
     
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  3. river

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    Sympathy ?

    I'm just hearing him out . his communication skills lack . once his communication skills are smoothed out , we will see clearly better his thinking . I'm willing to hear him out .
     
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  5. Eduard David Registered Member

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    Q-reeus,

    The truth. I do not speak English. What do you want to know? To be your friend.
     
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  7. Q-reeus Valued Senior Member

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    So I just now followed the handy link provided in #21: http://www.sciforums.com/forums/pseudoscience-archive.60/
    Case closed Victor. It's clear you will never learn. Or when it's too late and you're on skid-row. A pity for you, but our time is better spent. Let's see how long admin takes to sort this one.
     
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  8. Eduard David Registered Member

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    I invented a method of moving in space using the weight to the right.

    The two small spheres are driven by an electric motor. The small sphere on the right is magnetized to the weight of the large sphere. Therefore, the rotation of the large sphere will be from lower weight to greater weight. Then the other small sphere is magnetized and the procedure is repeated.

    I invented a space propellant to walk in space without action or reaction.

    The two (2) small spheres are two (2) legs.



    Invented by: Victor Elias Espinoza Guedez
    Phone: +58 (0426) 4478109 Venezuela
    My email is: victor.elias.espinoza.guedez@outlook.com
    Date of the invention: November 07, 2016
    It lacks a perpetual magnet engine without electricity, for perpetual space propulsion.
     
  9. Eduard David Registered Member

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    Propellant space of gum filled with magnets:



    Invented by: Victor Elias Espinoza Guedez
    Phone: +58 (0426) 4478109 Venezuela
    My email is: victor.elias.espinoza.guedez@outlook.com
    Date of the invention: November 07, 2016
     
  10. Q-reeus Valued Senior Member

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    My judgement is less harsh than some others here. Victor desperately needs psychological care. From reading elsewhere, unfortunately Venezuela is not the best place to get it.
     
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  11. Eduard David Registered Member

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    So they said of the one who invented the bulb, the photon and others.
     
  12. Randwolf Ignorance killed the cat Valued Senior Member

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    Do tell - who invented the photon?
     
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    He's BAAAACK!
     
  14. Kristoffer Giant Hyrax Valued Senior Member

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    So why isn't he banned yet? Going easy on socks?
     
  15. Kittamaru Now nearly 40 pounds lighter. Staff Member

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    James is already looking into it - apparently, all account information for Victor was lost when the forum software migration happened (as in, his old account only shows as "guest", no IP info, nothing... maybe he's just a ghost?)

    Truth be told, Victor was mostly harmless... if a bit eccentric.
     
  16. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Not sure why we need IP addresses. The posts themselves identify the author as Epinoza and the subject matter is a topic that Espinoza posted 3 years ago.

    I agree he is "mostly harmless" but he is a sock and there are good reasons, to do with deceit and bad faith, why socks are not allowed on respectable forums. If he wants to ask for his former ban to be lifted I'd have thought he should contact the mods and make his case, not try to get in under the radar as a sock.

    In the regrettable event that he were readmitted, I fervently hope he would be prohibited from posting in the hard science sections, because we know the guy is a nutter.
     
  17. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Actually, posting it on the Internet is considered a public disclosure. You now cannot patent it. (This is actually a good thing, else someone might take advantage of your naivete.)
     
  18. Eduard David Registered Member

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    The patent is on the Internet with date and time. No one can change that. And if my idea is stolen from me, I will make it a thief. And you will be my second witness. Thank you.
     
  19. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    You have just shown that you have no idea what a patent is. A patent is a monopoly right, granted by the state (or a group of states in the case of the EU).

    Billvon is of course correct. If you publish an invention before filing a patent application, at a state's Patent Office, you have destroyed all rights to obtaining a patent for it.
     
  20. Kittamaru Now nearly 40 pounds lighter. Staff Member

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    Okay... maybe this needs to be stopped before he (Victor) embarrasses himself further...?
     
  21. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    That is correct. And if you try to get a patent, then the examiner will search the web and say "look at that - this idea was released to the public by someone named Eduard before Victor Guedez filed his patent application." And he will take his big stamp that says "REJECTED" and stamp it on your application. He might even ask why you stole it from Eduard.
    No, that person will just be using information that someone posted to a public website - and thus is free to use.
     
  22. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    I think so yes.

    Preferably by invoking the prohibition of sockpuppets.
     
  23. Eduard David Registered Member

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    I take the risk.
     
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