I think you can reach the speed of light, only with a different, lighter material. Not hydrogen, not helium...I think you will find that the weight of the fuel will not allow you to reach light speed, but pkease explain why you think that you can.
If your propulsion system really works, do you have an agent to help negotiate the best price for you?The space shuttle turns in space with a rudder talk about force on an object what's it applying force on if there is nothing there in a nutshell a rudder turns a craft using force on air then the craft turns cannot give you any more my breakthrough they must pay me for this
Thank you for that. Of course when I was applying for US Patents I just did it through my Patent Agent. I doubt that I will negotiate to license this one ;, but thanks for the thought! Cat.Cat, I doubt that this invention is going to get past the primary review stage before it is circular filed.
Another way, at least in the U.S., to prove "first to invent" is to write out the invention and send it to yourself be certified mail, leaving all the seals on the envelope intact unless you need to open it on a challenge. This will prove the data the letter was sent, and as long as it is never opened, the contents must have been mailed before the envelope was dated. Since it was dated by an official process, the postal service, in most legal settings that date is binding.
Pragasen, we really would to hear from you regarding speed of light patents.Cat, not sure about your patent system, but in the U.S. it is no longer the "first-to-invent", but is now the "first-to- file." So getting a date on the discovery won't work over here. We changed back in 2011 I had forgotten about that. As to writers etc, those are copyright issues that do need a date confirmation.
So if Pragasen really discovered how to travel at the speed of light, he needs to use that invention ASAP and file that patent before he gets back-seated.
Should be no problem at light speed!