Dear Mr Zalizyakfrom someone whose address reads "c de roose (fb855828@******.be)" (I'll block out part of the email so as to not attract the robot again...). So "Mr. de Roose" sends a mail for "Mr. Keshe" (Ms.?)? Spin-like double magnetic field to produce electricity in a soda bottle? Looks/sounds like a scam to me. Anyone seen this kind of thing before?
I have just read an article about your nano electron and the spin like double magnetic field.
I have already applied for patent on such technology and further I have used the concept and the technology for production of electricity.
I think you will find a very great areas of collaboration and conflict of patent.
My application for overall claim has been published , so I am sure we will create conflict of interest.
I produce nano materials in layers in SP3 multiplayer in a cola bottle in room temperature and atmospheric condition.
I am sure if you provided us with your patent claim number we will have covered this.
My claim goes back to October 2005.
Please contact me, that we can rectify the matter otherwise we have to take steps that you can not issue licences.
M T Keshe
Friday, May 04, 2007
Bizarre follow up to my post yesterday about the BNL scientists who have submitted a spintronics patent: This morning just before 9am, I (Steinberg) received this email: