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Should you be approaching the US Patent Office, Venture Capitalists as can be found at Kickstart or appearing on Shark Tank? Maybe, so you can stop eschewing obfuscation, the LJW could interview you so we can experience this idea of yours? Is it a big air filter? Does it capture electricity from lighting bolts? Gold from straw? Can someone else fill me in?
"Better name recognition" and "better image" do not necessarily go hand-in-hand. Often just the opposite.
The next time something "occurs" to you, don't feel obligated to share it with the rest of us.
Climate change is not a moral issue.
If one thinks that life, including human life, is valuable, and worth preserving, even "sacred", it certainly is.
Why depend on my taxes for your project? Do it yourself. And yes, I feel this way for all businesses
I'm empressed you have obtained a patent. Many inventors experience difficulty marketing their invention. After succeeding in getting the invention to market, they don't make a fortune from it's sale or licensing fees. Generating electricity from waste is not as valuable to society as putting a bouncy ball thru a hoop.
So, explain to me what this sentence means? "I don't have any local support and federal support is problematic as I don't have any local or state support. I'm told by KU that they don't have faculty qualified to assist me either."
Isn't getting support and assistance from the government using public resources funded by, in part, my tax dollars? Correct me if I am wrong, but it sounds like you indeed will be using tax dollars to assist with your project.
I wish I was a player too. I think I have some good ideas that could benefit humanity and make me a pile of money. All I need is a large infusion of somebody else's cash, like the rest of the players. It would help capitalize the front end of my projects and free up some risk. I won't share what my idea is just like Mr. Blevins, but trust me.
The climate. 650,000 years ago this piece of dirt was covered by 300 feet of ice. The earth, she's a churnin'
Some people would be much better off if they just sucked it up and got a real job.
Mr. Blevins, if you have patents for technology to fight climate change, then you (almost) completely discredit your editorial, and it becomes little more than a message of "don't spend money on a sports complex, spend it on me" (or my biz), which most of the posters on LJW would call at best self serving and at worst no better than "crony capitalism", regardless of the potential altruism involved.
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