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If you had some invention that would change the world would you announce it to the public

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posted on Jan, 11 2009 @ 10:38 PM
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Just throwing out a question to get opinions.

Since a lot of technologies are brought up by large companies and never released so if you had something that would basically change everything would you announce it to the general public and possible have that tech stolen or put under wraps forever or hide it until you were able to get it into the hands of all people ?




posted on Jan, 11 2009 @ 10:46 PM
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Depends if it is something that can get you killed.

Let's say a revolutionary generator with almost no moving parts that runs on tap water...

Don't try to get a patent, don't try to profit.. you would end up dead in my opinion.

Cure for Aids or Cancer using spices from your spice rack? Throw it out there for the people... you will NEVER be allowed to take it to market.

In my opinion, we have lost many technologies and cures for disease due to the greed of the inventor and the status quo of the "for profit" establishment that does not want to see these things come to pass.

What would happen if nobody needed gasoline? What if there were no diseases that required "treatments" instead of an easy cure? Entire industries would loose trillions of dollars... that will not happen unless inventors / researchers immediately publish it to the people.

You will be bought out or will be buried. Probably the later as there is always a risk that you might change your mind.

It is not a "conspiracy theory" it is simply big money... I mean BIG money interest... you can't win and you can't play by the rules which are designed so you can't win... go figure.



posted on Jan, 12 2009 @ 12:28 AM
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The greatest example that I can give here is Nicola Tesla and the Free Energy Machine. They buried the technology then and they wont allow us to have it now.
Tesla was the greatest inventor ever. All of his ideas were plagiarized and the "greatest men of the modern era" took credit for nearly all of his works.



posted on Jan, 12 2009 @ 02:12 AM
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If you can get your idea/invention out there fast enough for people to read it and copy it.

If it is a really important invention, then it should be placed in the hands of the people who can use it. The small man in the street, who will use it for feeding his family or making his life easier rather than the big man behind a desk who will bury it so that his existing empire does not crumble.

If I ever discovered something like that, I hope this is what I would do.

However, dont trust the media to publicise your idea. I think they are all owned by the big corporations or governments and the editors have to do what they are told.

If the worst came to the worst, write your idea down before you tell it to anyone, and send it to 10 friends at the same time. Tell them to blast it everywhere if you "disappear". Then publicise it as widely as you can.




posted on Jan, 12 2009 @ 02:21 AM
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Originally posted by infolurker
Depends if it is something that can get you killed.

Let's say a revolutionary generator with almost no moving parts that runs on tap water...

Don't try to get a patent, don't try to profit.. you would end up dead in my opinion.


He speaks the truth
Even if you don't turn up dead, or even richer, but for the price of silence, the invention is then made next to useless.

There are however many ways to anonymously spread an invention without getting yourself killed and putting others in trouble. We have the internet now. You only ran the risk of NOT getting recognized for your herculean efforts and walking out of it not even one cent richer.

But for humanity's salvation, a bright future for your children, freedom for all, it's worth the trouble



posted on Jan, 12 2009 @ 02:29 AM
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For some technologies, it would be a waste of effort.

1. You'd "die."

2. A major corporation would file frivolous patent infringements, tying you up in court for years, costing you millions of dollars in legal fees. They can afford it. An inventor can't. It's just a numbers game.

3. Scientists would blast you, ridicule you, and denounce you. They railed against the physical possibility of amorphous semiconductors for many years, explained explicitly how this would violate physics, on and on. Years later, very quietly, amorphous semiconductors began showing up in different applications.

Those physicists? To hear them tell it individually, "I knew it was viable all along." Sadly, many others are buried.



posted on Jan, 12 2009 @ 02:45 AM
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of course i would release it. i want the money!!!!!
no one is going to bump me off, they may try and buy it which is ok - i want the money remeber. patents can be overturned.

many technologies never make it to market because its not viable or they cant see a market for it. others lost out because people who didnt have a clue were give authority over the project. one of my favourite gadgets was never released to market because the company went broke.



posted on Jan, 12 2009 @ 02:47 AM
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Originally posted by dooper
For some technologies, it would be a waste of effort.

1. You'd "die."

2. A major corporation would file frivolous patent infringements, tying you up in court for years, costing you millions of dollars in legal fees. They can afford it. An inventor can't. It's just a numbers game.

3. Scientists would blast you, ridicule you, and denounce you. They railed against the physical possibility of amorphous semiconductors for many years, explained explicitly how this would violate physics, on and on. Years later, very quietly, amorphous semiconductors began showing up in different applications.

Those physicists? To hear them tell it individually, "I knew it was viable all along." Sadly, many others are buried.


That's why you have to remain anonymous and not patent it(put the greed out of your mind if you want to save humanity). Also include in your video presentation how to replicate the device using common and cheap household/hardware items and your set to go.

They can't kill you because they won't find you. Scientists can't ridicule you because people can make it and see for themselves. The best they can do is claim that a few household item put together could blow the planet to chunks.... xD

[edit on 12-1-2009 by ahnggk]



posted on Jan, 12 2009 @ 03:01 AM
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Disclaimer: I'm a theist but not of the Abrahamic faiths. I have minor biblical scholar and scriptural skills. Also I am not a scientific/legal or medical expert in any field. Beware of my Contagious Memes! & watch out that you don't get cut on my Occams razor.All of this is my personal conjecture and should not be considered the absolute or most definitive state of things as they really are. Use this information at your own risk! I accept no liability if your ideology comes crashing down around you with accompanying consequences!

Explanation: Excellent OP Starred and Flagged.


1stly To answer the OP Topic "If you had some invention that would change the world would you announce it to the public"...YES I WOULD!


Why?
hmmmm looks OFF TOPIC to me...


Personal Disclosure: Inspired me to start a thread along lines of ..."Can You Suggest an invention/s that WOULD irrevocably alter any/all of the NWO Conspiracies currently in play in the Global Theater of War. ".



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