Some new statements are emerging out of the recent Martinez interviews that took place on the Ca$h Flow radio show. It turns out that Canadian attorney David J. French had more than just a little to say about the race to break the market stalemate on cold fusion technology.
According to French there will not be one company to rule them all over the Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) devices. Sounds a bit like a page out of the ‘fight for Middle Earth’ in J.R.R Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings” trilogy.
“All governments around the world have a March-in Right to use inventions. They may have to pay the inventor. But the government of the United States has the right to use a patent, certainly for defense purposes, and if they want to, they can pass legislation saying that they can use it for other purposes.
One of the problems of anybody who were to get a master patent in this field is that the government in the background would say ‘You’d better be reasonable or we’re going to use our March-in Rights.’
And there’s 135 countries around the world. A person whose patenting is not going to patent everywhere. So there will be countries where they neglect to patent, and then they’ll be four or five, six people in Taiwan who’ll be building cold fusion heaters for cabins, and so the technology will available in free markets in other countries. It’s unlikely that a single company will control cold fusion around the world,” says David J. French.
For more excerpts from French’ interview, download the audio file from the Ca$h Flow site.