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elvis00
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How much is it worth?
« on: Jan 23rd, 2007, 9:28pm »
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If i told you i knew of a way to produce energy/electricity without a supply. Essential a gas generator that doesn't use gas.  
 
How much would this idea be worth?  
 
If i didn't have money, who could i get to invest? And what is the chance of getting a serious investor?
 
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kchuah
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Re: How much is it worth?
« Reply #1 on: Jan 24th, 2007, 1:29am »
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How about 1 billion  Smiley or 1 trillion  Shocked or 1 dollar  Embarassed?
We can quote you any price just to keep you happy or
sad...
 
The key is ...You need to do your own product research.
Do your homework.  
Spend more time in making things work, money will come!
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Wolfcastle
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Re: How much is it worth?
« Reply #2 on: Jan 25th, 2007, 8:34pm »
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Ahh......the perpetual motion machine...if you've actually made one, then you'll probably end up becoming the richest person in the world.  
 
That being said, you'll likely be required to provide a working model to the patent office if you want to patent the idea.
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ken
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Re: How much is it worth?
« Reply #3 on: Feb 17th, 2007, 3:47pm »
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I guess it will depend on how economical it is. would it power one light, or would it supply the demand power for a 200A residential service. I guess you will have to be more specific. what is the life expectancy for the equipment, maintenance. cost to build. cost to install. most likely if it cost more than $15,000 and only last 10 years it won't sell but if it cost $15,000 and last 50 years with minor maintenance you will be a hit. well just my 2cents
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