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Q: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Can we make arguments for laws around transmission of signals being focus by trajectory on human


If processing of signals constantly being held consistent of my attention and/or just comprehension of just auditory vibration of non audio frequency in turn creates a usable feature for in chip processing products and telecommunications. So communication by exchanging of similarities with someone and/or processors chip . Thus actively allow those statements to have truth in these actions can we argued for laws that make commodity ?


Can we make arguments for laws around transmission of signals being focus by trajectory on human. CAN WE SOMEHOW argue that the problem with using transmission in fix target trajectory can be found within a certain count of signals being used in telecommunications cluster generation as a way of means authentication of commodity . Per generation of cluster price.

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Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer

A: Exactly what are you trying to accomplish? Your question is not clear.

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