Classical Physics


Suggestions for Improving Patenting

Authors: Alexander Bolonkin

Brief Summary. Suggestions: 1.The application for the invention is drawn up under all Rules of the PTO (history of the invention, detailed description with figures, claims, patent research, etc.). Inventor can add to it the terms of transfer, cost leasing or purchase. The application is posted on an open, widely known website (Google Patent,,, PTO or special web side) with free access, which puts the placement date. Give ordinary courts the right to accept statements of claim from the author (or his close relatives in the event of his death), if promulgated non-patented inventions for violation of intellectual property (somebody is using given invention for profit). 2.During the period of validity of the patent (usually 20 years), the author can submit an application to the PTO for examination and issuance of a patent. Only then he pays a fair PTO fee for the examination of the application and the issuance of a patent. 3.The total maximum fee cannot exceed $ 100 for individual inventor. Payments for "maintaining" the patent (Maintence Fees) should be canceled. 4.The inventor over 65 years of age having only SSI can patent for free. 5.The State Committee for Inventions (or the department in the PTO) is needed, where authors of inventions that are important for the defense, security or technical progress of the country can apply. If the experts recognize the invention as such, then the invention becomes state property or secret, the PTO patent this invention for free. In the future, the author will get 1% of the cost of products using this invention, and the Committee (or PTO) 0.5% for the content of the Committee (PTO). 6.All PTO profits should be used to support individual inventors with low income and for inventor over 65 years of age.

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