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Patened enclosed vertical axis wind turbine. Seeking business partner.16-03-2022 15:39
Tim the plumber
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I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!
16-03-2022 15:49
Tim the plumber
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Note there are about 40,000 large farms in the UK.

Many would want more than 1 turbine.

I expect they will need to be replaced in 20 years or so.

Edited on 16-03-2022 15:49
16-03-2022 16:13
Tim the plumber
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EDF Energy- Green Tariff
0800 096 9000 –
EDF Energy offers two options for selling excess electricity back to the grid.
– Non-metered option: A flat rate of £10 per kW of generator per annum.
– If an export meter can be installed: 7.64p per unit of electricity exported to the national grid. The initial meter installation may cost up to £250 plus VAT. Contact EDF for more details.

https://www.evoenergy.co.uk/news-updates/selling-electricity-back-to-the-grid/
16-03-2022 23:54
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You have taken an outstanding first step. To what extent have you looked into manufacturing your turbines? What are your options and costs?
17-03-2022 00:05
Tim the plumber
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Expected guess sale price per unit £16k - £20k.

With a net profit of about £2K+

I would need to use a sheet metal construction firm or some such. At least to begine with.

I need the business person soooo much!

Edited on 17-03-2022 00:05
17-03-2022 00:19
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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Tim the plumber wrote:
Expected guess sale price per unit £16k - £20k.

With a net profit of about £2K+

I would need to use a sheet metal construction firm or some such. At least to begine with.

I need the business person soooo much!

In the meantime, you should look into the following areas, at least cursorily, and be somewhat prepared to factor these into your planning:

1) look into business insurance. Get a business insurance company to just explain what you are going to need to ensure you are covered when there are incidents surrounding your turbines ... and you will need to factor your premiums into your turbine sales price.

2) A contract lawyer ... or barrister or whatever you call them over on your side of the pond. Get a rough idea of how much they charge to draft up a solid sales contract that protects you once you have sold some units.

3) Accounting. You will need an accountant who knows your particular accounting standards/laws and who can recommend the optimal location out of which to base your business. The UK, for example, has some high tax rates, so maybe basing your business out of Ireland would make more sense. I'm just saying you should have a brief chat over a pint with an accountant.

As far as a business partner, if that turns out to be either a contract lawyer or an accountant, BONUS! ... but the above is just some information you will need either way for your own edification and will affect the pricing of your units because they are costs you must consider.

Good luck.
17-03-2022 13:08
Xadoman
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Contact Safemoon. They are also getting into the windmill business.
17-03-2022 14:47
Tim the plumber
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Xadoman wrote:
Contact Safemoon. They are also getting into the windmill business.


They seem to be a block chain focused thing. If you have any in's with them please as me on to them but I don't see it as possible for me to get into them at this point.

But thanks.
17-03-2022 20:27
Xadoman
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5l40HApa-ZM&ab_channel=TheJWKShow

All I know they also fiddle with wind power. You can try to contact with them if your design is good then they could be interested. You could make a thread on reddit/safemoon to propose the idea to the community. Safemoon is a tech company.
17-03-2022 20:32
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Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?
18-03-2022 10:55
Tim the plumber
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Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.
18-03-2022 11:00
Tim the plumber
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Xadoman wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5l40HApa-ZM&ab_channel=TheJWKShow

All I know they also fiddle with wind power. You can try to contact with them if your design is good then they could be interested. You could make a thread on reddit/safemoon to propose the idea to the community. Safemoon is a tech company.


I will give it a try but my experience so far is that all the current wind energy industry is in fact only there as a result of subsidy. The day that somebody actually creates a wind power system which is opperational and cost effective without subsidy everybody currently employed in the milk the subsidy industry is out of a job.

They are very very resistant to talking to me.
19-03-2022 14:18
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Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink
19-03-2022 17:46
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Tim the plumber wrote:
Xadoman wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5l40HApa-ZM&ab_channel=TheJWKShow

All I know they also fiddle with wind power. You can try to contact with them if your design is good then they could be interested. You could make a thread on reddit/safemoon to propose the idea to the community. Safemoon is a tech company.


I will give it a try but my experience so far is that all the current wind energy industry is in fact only there as a result of subsidy. The day that somebody actually creates a wind power system which is opperational and cost effective without subsidy everybody currently employed in the milk the subsidy industry is out of a job.

They are very very resistant to talking to me.


The main group of people milking the subsidies, are people who don't even need them. Friends and family of the government officials. Such subsidy programs have to be open to everyone, but it's first come, first served, and only some qualify... Anything affordable, without a subsidy is fine with the government, since few complain about not getting free-money, if the still get what they wanted anyway. In America, fee-money, is often stolen money, by our congressmen.
21-03-2022 18:59
Tim the plumber
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Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink


Letter issued on patent application GB1711328.3

That one. Appologies if I got the number wrong. It is at the verbally agreed stage in that the examining officer has said that he sees no problem but will do a final check of prior art.

That there is obviously no such prior art that is close to it will make it obvious that it will get there.

Should of been, at least I have been told it has been, published in the "no pateneted yet but process on-going bit" where ever that is.

Edited on 21-03-2022 18:59
21-03-2022 23:40
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
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Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


Your search - GB1711328.3 - did not match any documents.

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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink


Letter issued on patent application GB1711328.3

That one. Appologies if I got the number wrong. It is at the verbally agreed stage in that the examining officer has said that he sees no problem but will do a final check of prior art.

That there is obviously no such prior art that is close to it will make it obvious that it will get there.

Should of been, at least I have been told it has been, published in the "no pateneted yet but process on-going bit" where ever that is.


So how many billion dollars have your investors invested so that you can build your prototype?
23-03-2022 14:43
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
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Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


Your search - GB1711328.3 - did not match any documents.

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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink


Letter issued on patent application GB1711328.3

That one. Appologies if I got the number wrong. It is at the verbally agreed stage in that the examining officer has said that he sees no problem but will do a final check of prior art.

That there is obviously no such prior art that is close to it will make it obvious that it will get there.

Should of been, at least I have been told it has been, published in the "no pateneted yet but process on-going bit" where ever that is.


So how many billion dollars have your investors invested so that you can build your prototype?


The same amount as your IQ which = Zero
24-03-2022 14:19
Tim the plumber
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Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


Your search - GB1711328.3 - did not match any documents.

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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink


Letter issued on patent application GB1711328.3

That one. Appologies if I got the number wrong. It is at the verbally agreed stage in that the examining officer has said that he sees no problem but will do a final check of prior art.

That there is obviously no such prior art that is close to it will make it obvious that it will get there.

Should of been, at least I have been told it has been, published in the "no pateneted yet but process on-going bit" where ever that is.


So how many billion dollars have your investors invested so that you can build your prototype?

I've spent about £5,000 so far and I expect I would need to invest £100k or so to create the basic business supplying the agricultural market priomarily with 6KW models.

After that it gets a lot mad so, to begin with I'll aim for that.

I need the confidence that the normal stuff of running a business is covered more than anything else though.
24-03-2022 14:28
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Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


Your search - GB1711328.3 - did not match any documents.

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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink


Letter issued on patent application GB1711328.3

That one. Appologies if I got the number wrong. It is at the verbally agreed stage in that the examining officer has said that he sees no problem but will do a final check of prior art.

That there is obviously no such prior art that is close to it will make it obvious that it will get there.

Should of been, at least I have been told it has been, published in the "no pateneted yet but process on-going bit" where ever that is.


So how many billion dollars have your investors invested so that you can build your prototype?

I've spent about £5,000 so far and I expect I would need to invest £100k or so to create the basic business supplying the agricultural market priomarily with 6KW models.

After that it gets a lot mad so, to begin with I'll aim for that.

I need the confidence that the normal stuff of running a business is covered more than anything else though.


No you would need billions in order to complete a prototype, and the major energy companies already have that money and have you defeated before you begin. The fact is that you have zero funding because of

1. 4 people at most will ever read this
2. You are a plumber who works with poop not an electrician by trade
3. If you had a real plan you would not advertise this before you had a patent
4. You have no patent
5. You are delusional
6. See above
24-03-2022 14:42
Tim the plumber
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The basic idea;

Sorry can't get the gif thingy to post.

Edited on 24-03-2022 14:45
24-03-2022 14:55
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
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Tim the plumber wrote:
The basic idea;

Sorry can't get the gif thingy to post.



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Sorry that no one wants to invest in your gif thingy


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24-03-2022 19:52
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Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
The basic idea;

Sorry can't get the gif thingy to post.



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Sorry that no one wants to invest in your gif thingy


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You don't get to speak for everybody. You only get to speak for you. Omniscience fallacy.


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25-03-2022 13:02
Tim the plumber
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Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink


Letter issued on patent application GB1711328.3

That one. Appologies if I got the number wrong. It is at the verbally agreed stage in that the examining officer has said that he sees no problem but will do a final check of prior art.

That there is obviously no such prior art that is close to it will make it obvious that it will get there.

Should of been, at least I have been told it has been, published in the "no pateneted yet but process on-going bit" where ever that is.


So how many billion dollars have your investors invested so that you can build your prototype?

I've spent about £5,000 so far and I expect I would need to invest £100k or so to create the basic business supplying the agricultural market priomarily with 6KW models.

After that it gets a lot mad so, to begin with I'll aim for that.

I need the confidence that the normal stuff of running a business is covered more than anything else though.


No you would need billions in order to complete a prototype, and the major energy companies already have that money and have you defeated before you begin. The fact is that you have zero funding because of

1. 4 people at most will ever read this
2. You are a plumber who works with poop not an electrician by trade
3. If you had a real plan you would not advertise this before you had a patent
4. You have no patent
5. You are delusional
6. See above


Why would I need billions to build a prototype at 6KW which will cost in the order of £12,000?

The patent is on its' way. Pending with verbal approval.

It is not necessary to have a patent to be public with it. It is only necessary to have the patent process going so you have prior claim to that patent should it be approved.

The clever, novel, bit of this is not the electrical side. It is the shape of the cowl which guides the airflow downwards and back up again.

Whilst you think only 4 people will ever read this the process has been useful to some slight degree with the attacks from you meaning I do have to think about any objecctions.
25-03-2022 23:44
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
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Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink


Letter issued on patent application GB1711328.3

That one. Appologies if I got the number wrong. It is at the verbally agreed stage in that the examining officer has said that he sees no problem but will do a final check of prior art.

That there is obviously no such prior art that is close to it will make it obvious that it will get there.

Should of been, at least I have been told it has been, published in the "no pateneted yet but process on-going bit" where ever that is.


So how many billion dollars have your investors invested so that you can build your prototype?

I've spent about £5,000 so far and I expect I would need to invest £100k or so to create the basic business supplying the agricultural market priomarily with 6KW models.

After that it gets a lot mad so, to begin with I'll aim for that.

I need the confidence that the normal stuff of running a business is covered more than anything else though.


No you would need billions in order to complete a prototype, and the major energy companies already have that money and have you defeated before you begin. The fact is that you have zero funding because of

1. 4 people at most will ever read this
2. You are a plumber who works with poop not an electrician by trade
3. If you had a real plan you would not advertise this before you had a patent
4. You have no patent
5. You are delusional
6. See above


Why would I need billions to build a prototype at 6KW which will cost in the order of £12,000?

The patent is on its' way. Pending with verbal approval.

It is not necessary to have a patent to be public with it. It is only necessary to have the patent process going so you have prior claim to that patent should it be approved.

The clever, novel, bit of this is not the electrical side. It is the shape of the cowl which guides the airflow downwards and back up again.

Whilst you think only 4 people will ever read this the process has been useful to some slight degree with the attacks from you meaning I do have to think about any objecctions.


Tim your mind is operating backwards because you would need to demonstrate the prototype in order for a patent to be issued since you have no evidence that your delusion is in fact real
26-03-2022 01:58
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Swan wrote:
Tim your mind is operating backwards because you would need to demonstrate the prototype in order for a patent to be issued since you have no evidence that your delusion is in fact real


Oddly enough, you don't have to demonstrate anything to get a patent. You only have to describe the device.


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26-03-2022 11:20
Tim the plumber
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Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink


Letter issued on patent application GB1711328.3

That one. Appologies if I got the number wrong. It is at the verbally agreed stage in that the examining officer has said that he sees no problem but will do a final check of prior art.

That there is obviously no such prior art that is close to it will make it obvious that it will get there.

Should of been, at least I have been told it has been, published in the "no pateneted yet but process on-going bit" where ever that is.


So how many billion dollars have your investors invested so that you can build your prototype?

I've spent about £5,000 so far and I expect I would need to invest £100k or so to create the basic business supplying the agricultural market priomarily with 6KW models.

After that it gets a lot mad so, to begin with I'll aim for that.

I need the confidence that the normal stuff of running a business is covered more than anything else though.


No you would need billions in order to complete a prototype, and the major energy companies already have that money and have you defeated before you begin. The fact is that you have zero funding because of

1. 4 people at most will ever read this
2. You are a plumber who works with poop not an electrician by trade
3. If you had a real plan you would not advertise this before you had a patent
4. You have no patent
5. You are delusional
6. See above


Why would I need billions to build a prototype at 6KW which will cost in the order of £12,000?

The patent is on its' way. Pending with verbal approval.

It is not necessary to have a patent to be public with it. It is only necessary to have the patent process going so you have prior claim to that patent should it be approved.

The clever, novel, bit of this is not the electrical side. It is the shape of the cowl which guides the airflow downwards and back up again.

Whilst you think only 4 people will ever read this the process has been useful to some slight degree with the attacks from you meaning I do have to think about any objecctions.


Tim your mind is operating backwards because you would need to demonstrate the prototype in order for a patent to be issued since you have no evidence that your delusion is in fact real


Not in the UIK at least.

To maintain the patent in court possibly, but as long as the examining officer thinks it will work that is enough to get the patent.
26-03-2022 15:35
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
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Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim your mind is operating backwards because you would need to demonstrate the prototype in order for a patent to be issued since you have no evidence that your delusion is in fact real


Oddly enough, you don't have to demonstrate anything to get a patent. You only have to describe the device.


Actually you need to provide detailed technical diagrams in order to have something to apply the patent to, and the patent office needs to believe that the diagrams are justified and will function as intended.

The plumber has done neither so without the diagrams there literally is nothing to apply the patent too
26-03-2022 15:38
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
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Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink


Letter issued on patent application GB1711328.3

That one. Appologies if I got the number wrong. It is at the verbally agreed stage in that the examining officer has said that he sees no problem but will do a final check of prior art.

That there is obviously no such prior art that is close to it will make it obvious that it will get there.

Should of been, at least I have been told it has been, published in the "no pateneted yet but process on-going bit" where ever that is.


So how many billion dollars have your investors invested so that you can build your prototype?

I've spent about £5,000 so far and I expect I would need to invest £100k or so to create the basic business supplying the agricultural market priomarily with 6KW models.

After that it gets a lot mad so, to begin with I'll aim for that.

I need the confidence that the normal stuff of running a business is covered more than anything else though.


No you would need billions in order to complete a prototype, and the major energy companies already have that money and have you defeated before you begin. The fact is that you have zero funding because of

1. 4 people at most will ever read this
2. You are a plumber who works with poop not an electrician by trade
3. If you had a real plan you would not advertise this before you had a patent
4. You have no patent
5. You are delusional
6. See above


Why would I need billions to build a prototype at 6KW which will cost in the order of £12,000?

The patent is on its' way. Pending with verbal approval.

It is not necessary to have a patent to be public with it. It is only necessary to have the patent process going so you have prior claim to that patent should it be approved.

The clever, novel, bit of this is not the electrical side. It is the shape of the cowl which guides the airflow downwards and back up again.

Whilst you think only 4 people will ever read this the process has been useful to some slight degree with the attacks from you meaning I do have to think about any objecctions.


Tim your mind is operating backwards because you would need to demonstrate the prototype in order for a patent to be issued since you have no evidence that your delusion is in fact real


Not in the UIK at least.

To maintain the patent in court possibly, but as long as the examining officer thinks it will work that is enough to get the patent.


How much in funds have you raised to date?

Zero

What is your IQ?

85

Where did you get your masters degree?

You have none

CIAO
26-03-2022 17:47
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:

Tim your mind is operating backwards because you would need to demonstrate the prototype in order for a patent to be issued since you have no evidence that your delusion is in fact real


Not in the UIK at least.

To maintain the patent in court possibly, but as long as the examining officer thinks it will work that is enough to get the patent.

Not true. In the UK, you still must describe your device. In other words, you must provide documents showing what it is, and what it does.


The Parrot Killer

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Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

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While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
26-03-2022 17:52
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Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Oddly enough, you don't have to demonstrate anything to get a patent. You only have to describe the device.


Actually you need to provide detailed technical diagrams in order to have something to apply the patent to, and the patent office needs to believe that the diagrams are justified and will function as intended.

The patent office doesn't have to believe anything, or even that the device will function as intended. You do need to provide detailed technical diagrams though. All the patent office will do is publish the intended patent in it's database, and make sure no other patents in their files will conflict, and make sure the device is unique. They really don't give a damn whether the thing works or not.
Swan wrote:
The plumber has done neither so without the diagrams there literally is nothing to apply the patent too

How do you know this?


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
27-03-2022 06:55
duncan61
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Tim the plumber.I am Duncan the plumber.They are already on the motorway,Why would farmers not get the same thing put at there place?
27-03-2022 15:04
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
(2095)
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Oddly enough, you don't have to demonstrate anything to get a patent. You only have to describe the device.


Actually you need to provide detailed technical diagrams in order to have something to apply the patent to, and the patent office needs to believe that the diagrams are justified and will function as intended.

The patent office doesn't have to believe anything, or even that the device will function as intended. You do need to provide detailed technical diagrams though. All the patent office will do is publish the intended patent in it's database, and make sure no other patents in their files will conflict, and make sure the device is unique. They really don't give a damn whether the thing works or not.
Swan wrote:
The plumber has done neither so without the diagrams there literally is nothing to apply the patent too

How do you know this?


Yo schizzo, in your post above this one you said exactly the opposite as what you said in the next one which is by the way EXACTLY how a schizzo mind flips things around at will.

So take the Abilify already

Please for God's sake
Edited on 27-03-2022 15:43
27-03-2022 19:24
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Oddly enough, you don't have to demonstrate anything to get a patent. You only have to describe the device.


Actually you need to provide detailed technical diagrams in order to have something to apply the patent to, and the patent office needs to believe that the diagrams are justified and will function as intended.

The patent office doesn't have to believe anything, or even that the device will function as intended. You do need to provide detailed technical diagrams though. All the patent office will do is publish the intended patent in it's database, and make sure no other patents in their files will conflict, and make sure the device is unique. They really don't give a damn whether the thing works or not.
Swan wrote:
The plumber has done neither so without the diagrams there literally is nothing to apply the patent too

How do you know this?


Yo schizzo, in your post above this one you said exactly the opposite as what you said in the next one which is by the way EXACTLY how a schizzo mind flips things around at will.

So take the Abilify already

Please for God's sake

Again, you demonstrate that you can't read. I never said anything opposite.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

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While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
31-03-2022 21:01
Tim the plumber
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Into the Night wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:

Tim your mind is operating backwards because you would need to demonstrate the prototype in order for a patent to be issued since you have no evidence that your delusion is in fact real


Not in the UIK at least.

To maintain the patent in court possibly, but as long as the examining officer thinks it will work that is enough to get the patent.

Not true. In the UK, you still must describe your device. In other words, you must provide documents showing what it is, and what it does.


Yes, obviously. But I do not need to show a working model or produce accredited results etc.
31-03-2022 21:12
Tim the plumber
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duncan61 wrote:
Tim the plumber.I am Duncan the plumber.They are already on the motorway,Why would farmers not get the same thing put at there place?


Not sure what you are asking there.

Wind turbines that exist today are not the same as my design.
31-03-2022 21:18
Tim the plumber
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Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


Your search - GB1711328.3 - did not match any documents.

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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink


Letter issued on patent application GB1711328.3

That one. Appologies if I got the number wrong. It is at the verbally agreed stage in that the examining officer has said that he sees no problem but will do a final check of prior art.

That there is obviously no such prior art that is close to it will make it obvious that it will get there.

Should of been, at least I have been told it has been, published in the "no pateneted yet but process on-going bit" where ever that is.


So how many billion dollars have your investors invested so that you can build your prototype?

I've spent about £5,000 so far and I expect I would need to invest £100k or so to create the basic business supplying the agricultural market priomarily with 6KW models.

After that it gets a lot mad so, to begin with I'll aim for that.

I need the confidence that the normal stuff of running a business is covered more than anything else though.


No you would need billions in order to complete a prototype, and the major energy companies already have that money and have you defeated before you begin. The fact is that you have zero funding because of

1. 4 people at most will ever read this
2. You are a plumber who works with poop not an electrician by trade
3. If you had a real plan you would not advertise this before you had a patent
4. You have no patent
5. You are delusional
6. See above


Why would I need billions to build a prototype at 6KW which will cost in the order of £12,000?

The patent is on its' way. Pending with verbal approval.

It is not necessary to have a patent to be public with it. It is only necessary to have the patent process going so you have prior claim to that patent should it be approved.

The clever, novel, bit of this is not the electrical side. It is the shape of the cowl which guides the airflow downwards and back up again.

Whilst you think only 4 people will ever read this the process has been useful to some slight degree with the attacks from you meaning I do have to think about any objecctions.


Tim your mind is operating backwards because you would need to demonstrate the prototype in order for a patent to be issued since you have no evidence that your delusion is in fact real


Not in the UIK at least.

To maintain the patent in court possibly, but as long as the examining officer thinks it will work that is enough to get the patent.


How much in funds have you raised to date?

Zero

What is your IQ?

85

Where did you get your masters degree?

You have none

CIAO


Can't help thinking you are projecting there.
01-04-2022 02:55
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Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
Swan wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
I have sucessfully pateneted an enclosed vertical axis wind turbine which will generate power at less than 4p/KWhr.

This will be in the form of a 6KW unit, but larger ones are very very possible, aimed initially at the farmer as the customer.

It will be able to be transported by over sized lorry transport, but just the smaller of these, not requiring an escort or anything.

The plan is to expect the farmer to install the foundations for the "temporary" farm building on a suitable hill top and then probably assist with getting the truck to the position with the help of his tractor.

Given that the unit is light, less than 5 tonnes, and the tractor is likely fairly heavy it will not be too much trouble.

The advantages of this system are;

1 it is cheap and easy to maintain.

2 Does not have a maximum wind speed. It carries on working untill it is ripped off the hilltop by the wind. The louvre shutters on the front of it allow throttling of the wind to stop any problems with over speed.

3 The turbine being mounted with a vertical axis means that the many wear problems with standard wind mill style units are not there at all.

I am, however, just a plumber. I feel extremely intimidated by the prospect of creating the necessary business out of this. Thus I am desperately seeking a business partner. I would like to see some investment from them but primarily I need experience and ambition.

The expected net profit from this is, in my guess, at least £300k per year. That is looking at doing 3 per week. With electricity prices as they are 3 per day is probably a more reasonable figure.

So if there is anybody out there, or any place I should go to to find such a partner please tell me all about it!


What is the patent number?


GB1711328.3 and the examining officer has given it his verbal approval but I am waiting for the official rubber stamp, I have asked him to take his time as I am in no way in any position to use it as yet.


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Take your medications Tim because there is no patent registered under that number. However as for the rubber stamp that you use for a mind, well that is out of ink


Letter issued on patent application GB1711328.3

That one. Appologies if I got the number wrong. It is at the verbally agreed stage in that the examining officer has said that he sees no problem but will do a final check of prior art.

That there is obviously no such prior art that is close to it will make it obvious that it will get there.

Should of been, at least I have been told it has been, published in the "no pateneted yet but process on-going bit" where ever that is.


So how many billion dollars have your investors invested so that you can build your prototype?

I've spent about £5,000 so far and I expect I would need to invest £100k or so to create the basic business supplying the agricultural market priomarily with 6KW models.

After that it gets a lot mad so, to begin with I'll aim for that.

I need the confidence that the normal stuff of running a business is covered more than anything else though.


No you would need billions in order to complete a prototype, and the major energy companies already have that money and have you defeated before you begin. The fact is that you have zero funding because of

1. 4 people at most will ever read this
2. You are a plumber who works with poop not an electrician by trade
3. If you had a real plan you would not advertise this before you had a patent
4. You have no patent
5. You are delusional
6. See above


Why would I need billions to build a prototype at 6KW which will cost in the order of £12,000?

The patent is on its' way. Pending with verbal approval.

It is not necessary to have a patent to be public with it. It is only necessary to have the patent process going so you have prior claim to that patent should it be approved.

The clever, novel, bit of this is not the electrical side. It is the shape of the cowl which guides the airflow downwards and back up again.

Whilst you think only 4 people will ever read this the process has been useful to some slight degree with the attacks from you meaning I do have to think about any objecctions.


Tim your mind is operating backwards because you would need to demonstrate the prototype in order for a patent to be issued since you have no evidence that your delusion is in fact real


Not in the UIK at least.

To maintain the patent in court possibly, but as long as the examining officer thinks it will work that is enough to get the patent.


How much in funds have you raised to date?

Zero

What is your IQ?

85

Where did you get your masters degree?

You have none

CIAO


Can't help thinking you are projecting there.


Again how much in funds have your investors invested to this point?
01-04-2022 05:15
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Swan wrote:Again how much in funds have your investors invested to this point?

LOL! LOL! You are envious of investors who have funds to invest, you schizzo retard.

By the way, when I say "schizzo retard", I mean that in only the completely respectful sense.

So, when do you plan on being able to be an investor? Before or after your mother brings you another batch of cookies down to the basement?

LOL!

Swan visits the doctor.
Doctor: I have a patent on a new medical device. Would you be interested in investing? Aaaaww, who am I kidding? You don't have any money.
Swan: How many investors have you bilked out of $Billions?
Doctor: None.
Swan: Well, are you going to take my blood pressure?
01-04-2022 15:52
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
(2095)
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:Again how much in funds have your investors invested to this point?

LOL! LOL! You are envious of investors who have funds to invest, you schizzo retard.

By the way, when I say "schizzo retard", I mean that in only the completely respectful sense.

So, when do you plan on being able to be an investor? Before or after your mother brings you another batch of cookies down to the basement?

LOL!

Swan visits the doctor.
Doctor: I have a patent on a new medical device. Would you be interested in investing? Aaaaww, who am I kidding? You don't have any money.
Swan: How many investors have you bilked out of $Billions?
Doctor: None.
Swan: Well, are you going to take my blood pressure?


Cool except that I own Alphabet at $2,792.99 a share and that is about to split 1 into 20. And lets not forget my Apple orchards either. Oh an I also own Raytheon who can't make Javelin missiles fast enough for World demands.

CIAO sucker

That said you may feel free to invest in this clowns scheme. In fact bet the trailer kiddy
01-04-2022 19:58
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
(19208)
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:Again how much in funds have your investors invested to this point?

LOL! LOL! You are envious of investors who have funds to invest, you schizzo retard.

By the way, when I say "schizzo retard", I mean that in only the completely respectful sense.

So, when do you plan on being able to be an investor? Before or after your mother brings you another batch of cookies down to the basement?

LOL!

Swan visits the doctor.
Doctor: I have a patent on a new medical device. Would you be interested in investing? Aaaaww, who am I kidding? You don't have any money.
Swan: How many investors have you bilked out of $Billions?
Doctor: None.
Swan: Well, are you going to take my blood pressure?


Cool except that I own Alphabet at $2,792.99 a share and that is about to split 1 into 20. And lets not forget my Apple orchards either. Oh an I also own Raytheon who can't make Javelin missiles fast enough for World demands.

CIAO sucker

That said you may feel free to invest in this clowns scheme. In fact bet the trailer kiddy

Gotta feel sorry for ya dude. Alphabet is down $300 in the last three months.
Raytheon isn't doing so bad, but it's down $2.75 this past month.


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