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Topic # 240729 22-Sep-2018 16:19
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The Flux capacitor is with us! Here is another example of something put together by someone who had no idea what they were writing about. 

 

Edit: Forgot link

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 2095021 22-Sep-2018 20:05
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What is a “rotar”?

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  Reply # 2095034 22-Sep-2018 22:01
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wazzageek: What is a “rotar”?

 

It's one of the functional parts in a motar or generatar - the other main one being the statar.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2095054 23-Sep-2018 07:18
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Fred99:

 

It's one of the functional parts in a motar or generatar - the other main one being the statar.

 

 

Hahaha! Well done that man :-)


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  Reply # 2095060 23-Sep-2018 08:41
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Oh great, yet more research that has been paid for by the NZ government. And now the Chinese will just quietly steal the IP and use it for themselves.

Practical superconductors are a massive technological advance. It is completely mad to risk the Intellectual property rights of anything to do with superconductors.





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  Reply # 2095095 23-Sep-2018 12:10
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Aredwood: Oh great, yet more research that has been paid for by the NZ government. And now the Chinese will just quietly steal the IP and use it for themselves.

Practical superconductors are a massive technological advance. It is completely mad to risk the Intellectual property rights of anything to do with superconductors.

Hard to know what you mean there. It's better to have that direct relationship with licensing of the patents as 'intellectual property'. That is the way the patent system works. The alternative is trade secrets and no disclosure which in many cases really provides no benefit at all.

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