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Old 10-13-2005, 08:15 AM
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Post I've just created a new theory of atoms and magnetism!!!

Can someone help me patent a new theory...please

I have a new theory of atoms and magnetism...
and i think it could change the science of particles and atoms...
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well......
what IS your theory???
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Can someone help me patent a new theory...please

I have a new theory of atoms and magnetism...
and i think it could change the science of particles and atoms...
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It might be usefull
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i don't get what you're telling us Tamthebest and what type of theory there are heaps on atoms,etc...
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I don't understand how this thread got a 5 star rating. There is no theory.
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