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Amit Patel

Dec 30, 2017
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Please use the remaining time before the submission deadline of January 7th, 2018 to further flesh out this proposal, including:  impacts/benefits; and costs/challenges.


Sherman Braithwaite

Dec 30, 2017
07:47

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I can think about a million changes. Nah, not a pun. The one that most interests me, is failure of such an interesting idea. I see that as, if I can't change it, I just can't. Your comment was just not received by my email address. I wrote over 50 proposals to the US government concerning all 3 of my inventions. Ones about; Power generation; Medical devices; And Electric Propulsion (Geo and In-space Propulsions. It is a very popular subject, and I felt over prepared, since I worked on my idea for more than 25 years, and actually accomplished something. I just understand that all of my ideas concerning the more than 25-year quest, are priceless. How do you put a price on the priceless? I fool around with prices a lot. I wrote NASA an Unsolicited Proposal on Electric Propulsion asking for a little more than $100,000 a year for 5 years. While some time after, I wrote some other proposals, asking for $1,300,000. All in all, this game will go on and on, until someone will have to give me more than $1,000,000,000 for just a taste of my ideas. Just wait till that dooms day asteroid gets closer to Earth. I suppose I will have to spend my money as soon as possible in that case. Hopefully I get a chance to build my own space ship in time. Look at that though, instead of playing games and asking prices, we could be planning to save many Earth people from certain doom, if that dooms day ever comes. You know this planet is on its last piece of stringy legs, right? Other than my invention proposed here being dangerous--It can be controlled, if all rules to build were followed. Who on Earth would want to build a space ship that would blow up? Not evil dark humor--, you people have around you, dangerous Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction. At least my idea is presented as a saving measure. I can't put a price on that. I am way too greedy. I have a life to live. Maybe I should use this as the things you suggest. It's OK though. I am done. Someone should understand my idea of a proposal: "This Power Generator; If Used in Such a Way; Dynamics can be Controlled; Dynamics! Anyone Interested? [No]. OK. Lata.". That's my true proposal.

 


Sherman Braithwaite

Dec 31, 2017
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I can think about a million changes. Nah, not a pun. The one that most interests me, is failure of such an interesting idea. I see that as, if I can't change it, I just can't. Your comment was just not received by my email address. I wrote over 50 proposals to the US government concerning all 3 of my inventions. Ones about; Power generation; Medical devices; And Electric Propulsion—Geo and In-space Propulsions. It is a very popular subject, and I felt over prepared, since I worked on my idea for more than 25 years, and actually accomplished something—. I just understand that all of my ideas concerning the more than 25-year quest, are priceless. How do you put a price on the priceless? I fool around with prices a lot. I wrote NASA an Unsolicited Proposal on Electric Propulsion asking for a little more than $100,000 a year for 5 years. While some time after, I wrote some other proposals, asking for $1,300,000. All in all, this game will go on and on, until someone will have to give me more than $1,000,000,000 for just a taste of my ideas. Just wait till that dooms day asteroid gets closer to Earth. I suppose I will have to spend my money as soon as possible in that case. Hopefully I get a chance to build my own space ship in time. Look at that though, instead of playing games and asking prices, we could be planning to save many Earth people from certain doom, if that dooms day ever comes. You know this planet is on its last piece of stringy legs, right? Other than my invention proposed here being dangerous—It can be controlled, if all rules to build were followed. Who on Earth would want to build a space ship that would blow up? Not evil dark humor—, you people have around you, dangerous Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction. At least my idea is presented as a saving measure. I can't put a price on that. I am way too greedy. I have a life to live. Maybe I should use this as the things you suggest. It's OK though. I am done. Someone should understand my idea of a proposal: "This Power Generator; If Used in Such a Way; Dynamics can be Controlled; Dynamics! Anyone Interested? [No]. OK. Lata.". That's my true proposal.

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