imagine, you invent a emission-free, hydrogen-based propulsion system, which replaces the Otto engine. You would not get it to do it quickly with against players who would be happy about your invention. Maybe her discovery would disappear. As well as you. Nobody ...
would, as in the case of Tom Ogle speak in turn. The mechanic logs in 1977, a Patent for the "Ogle-Super-Carburetor", a new type of carburetor system, the range of a gasoline engine, more than quadrupled. However, Ogle would endanger the business of the Oil and car industry. And you know how to defend. They offer Ogle a lot of money for his Patent, to leave it afterwards in a safe disappear. Ogle, however, wants to market his invention himself. Now, the corporations respond with patent lawsuits.Mysterious death of
another example is Jan Sloots is. In 1995, he developed a coding method that would make all of the known storage methods are worthless. Various mega-corporations are approaching Sloot, provide money for the Patent – including Tech giants such as Computer Associates, Sun Microsystems, or investors, such as the large Bank ABN AMRO. As then known is, that he wants to get a unknown Partner in the boat, seems to be the booteten mega to escape corporations a multi - billion-Dollar business. But at the last second, it is different: On 11. In July 1999, a day before the decisive signature of the contract, dies Sloot in heart failure
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