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Charles Simon
Fri, 17 Jul 2015 16:02 EDT
New invention
My name is Charles Simon, I am 60 years old and I have a new invention on the market. my invention is still a prototype however as of 7-17-2015 I put a provisional Patten on it, I did a provisional patent myself that is good for 1 year the main reason I did a provisional patent on it myself is because my patent attorney retired. This new invention will make from .001 volts to 10,000 volts of alternating current. To help give you a better idea of how my invention works. Please look up You Tube on your computer and then use this name that is in bold YouTube 00150
Granted when you look at the video the meter only jumped up .5 volts when I put my finger on it but, I know I can do it much better there is a secret to it!
I have been studying static electricity for the last 26 years and as of January of 2012, I discovered a new way to remove electrons from the air on a small scale and patent my first invention.
My latest new invention works much better because I have been studying Nicola Tesla and some of his inventions. Did you hear the story about Nicola Tesla, when Tesla discovered how to make usable electricity that we use in our households everyday and then he patent his invention.
J. P. Morgan was Nicola Tesla's investor. Morgan wanted to invest his money into the power distribution power lines. Then a few years later Tesla discovered there was another way to produce electricity without using power lines on a larger scale. That is why Morgan stopped investing into Tesla's inventions. Tesla was making a very large amount of electricity with his latest invention this new invention of Tesla's. Tesla's new invention does not use any fossil fuels it worked using solid state equipment ( in another words no moving parts).
I discovered how he did it! yes, this new invention of mine will work. What I have discovered is a technique. The problem I am having here in the United States is there is plenty of oil here.
This new technique will work on a wrist watch, power a cell phone, power an electric car without ever plugging it in, power a house hold, power an industrial manufacturing plant and power an entire city using existing power lines.
I have been working with many very respected patent attorneys and they are strongly suggesting I should license this new invention in a country that has very little natural resources like oil, natural gas, and coal.
On July, 18, 2015 I will be leaving the United States for about two weeks. My wife and I will be on a vacation I will be in;
London on July, 19 to the 23 and staying at the; Double Tree Hotel
Paris on July, 24 to the 27 and staying at the; Baltimore Hotel
Rome on July, 28 to the 31 and staying at the; Giogli Hotel
Could you please call me if you are interested in licensing my new invention;
(952) 412- 4377 It will be best for you to come to my hotel and meet me in person in the evening or leave me a note at the front desk please.
As I just shared with you, I no longer have a patent attorney, I will bring a copy of my new provisional Patten invention on a memory stick so you might want to bring a computer with you when you meet me. I will also be bring some discloser statements with me. E-mails do not work for me but you can try;
Thank you,
Charles E. Simon
Simontricity L. L. C.

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