Giuseppe De Bellis and Gapmed Ltd Ad Maiora LLC

  • Exothermic Transmutation Method

    AU2021200932A1

    AU2021200932A1 - Exothermic transmutation method - Google Patents

    Inventor Giuseppe De Bellis

    Current Assignee

    Gapmed Ltd

    Ad Maiora LLC

    Worldwide applications

    2014 CA

    2015 CN AU US JP RU EP WO

    2017 IL

    2021 AU Application AU2021200932A events

    2014-08-20 Priority to CA2860128A

    2014-08-20 Priority to CA2860128

    2015-08-07 Priority to AU2015306284A

    2015-08-07 Priority to PCT/EP2015/068281

    2021-02-12 Application filed by Gapmed Ltd, Gapmed Ltd, Ad Maiora LLC 2021-02-12 Priority to AU2021200932A

    2021-03-04 Publication of AU2021200932A1

    Status Pending

  • Gregory Byron Goble

    Changed the title of the thread from “Giuseppe De Bellis Current and Gapmed Ltd Ad Maiora LLC” to “Giuseppe De Bellis and Gapmed Ltd Ad Maiora LLC”.
  • Interesting, Giuseppe De Bellis has previously only invented household cleaning gadgets for 3M. Like the one below, and a dozen more.




    Broom

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    US USD674197S1 Giuseppe De Bellis 3M Innovative Properties Company

    Priority 2011-11-04 • Filed 2011-11-04 • Granted 2013-01-15 • Published 2013-01-15

    The ornamental design for a broom, as shown and described.

  • 3M Innovative Properties Co

    3m Innovative Properties Company provides hardware and healthcare products. The Company offers aircraft, abrasive, animal, architecture, construction, and automotive products. 3M Innovative Properties serves customers worldwide.

  • 3M is much more than paper, tape and cleaning supplies or gadgets.


    Source

    govinfo.gov was first indexed by Google more than 10 years ago

    https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCOURTS-mnd-0_10-cv-04941/pdf/USCOURTS-mnd-0_10-cv-04941-0.pdf

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    The Parties having considered the facts and applicable law and having agreed to

    the entry of this Judgment, it is therefore found, adjudged, and decreed as follows:

    FINDINGS OF FACT

    1. Plaintiff 3M Company is a Delaware corporation having its principal place

    of business at 3M Center, St. Paul, Minnesota 55133-3427. 3M Company is in the business of manufacturing and selling a wide variety of medical, consumer, commercial and industrial products, including products for skin and wound care, such as compression

    bandage systems.

    2. Plaintiff 3M Innovative Properties Company (“3M IPC”) is a Delaware

    corporation having its principal place of business at 3M Center, St. Paul, Minnesota 55133-3427. 3M IPC is a wholly owned subsidiary of 3M and is in the business of obtaining, managing and licensing intellectual property. 3M Company and 3M IPC are hereafter collectively referred to as “3M.”

  • 3M have an interest in explosives too, one of my friends in the UK invented and licensed a new kind of detonator for precision timed blasting in quarries (timing is everything it seems) around 10 years ago. He gets a royalty on every one they sell.

  • six years ago:


  • 3M made $35.4 billion in total sales in 2021, and ranked number 102 in the Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue.[10] As of 2021, the company had approximately 95,000 employees, and had operations in more than 70 countries.

    Wikipedia

  • "LENR and NANO are joined at the hip" - Lewis Larson


    Might 3M be pursuing CMNS Energy Technology?


    3M NANO 2022 Call for Papers - IEEE Nanotechnology Council

    Mar 24, 2022 — Scientists working in research fields related to 3M-NANO topics are invited to submit papers.

    Source

    ieeenano.org was first indexed by Google more than 10 years ago

    3m-NANO 2022 Call for Papers - IEEE Nanotechnology Council
    3M-NANO 2022 8-12 August 2022 in Tianjin, China http://www.3m-nano.org/ Download IEEE 3M-NANO 2022-Call for Papers.pdf 3M-NANO is the annual International…
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  • Nano Nuclear Physics July 2019

    The IEEE Nanotechnology Council announces that the IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society (NPSS) was admitted to the Council as its 23rd Member Society at its 2019 AdCom meeting held in Macao, on July 23.


    The NPSS has its roots in the IRE one of the predecessor societies of the IEEE (along with AIEE).


    The first activity of record in this field was the formation of a Nuclear Studies Committee in the IRE in 1947, to determine the proper role of the IRE in this new technical field. Subsequently, in 1949, a petition was filed for the formation of a Professional Group on Nuclear Science (PGNS), and it was approved on April 5, 1949, with L. R. Hafstad as Chairman. On April 29, an organizational meeting was held, the membership at that time consisting of 54, increasing to 970 by the end of the year.


    The new organization became visible on a number of fronts in the early 1950s. In 1953, the PGNS formed an Atomic Energy Policy Committee which fielded a strong effort to have the Atomic Energy Act of 1946 modified. These efforts came to fruition in the Atomic Energy Act of 1954. Early in the 1950s the PGNS became a cosponsor of the Scintillation Counter Symposium which has now merged into the Nuclear Science Symposium. In 1954 the first issue of the Transactions on Nuclear Science also appeared. In 1956, the number of issues of the Transactions was increased from one a year to four.


    At essentially the same time as the Professional Group on Nuclear Science was formed in the IRE, the AIEE formed a number of committees and subcommittees to work in this area, the most important being the Nucleonics Committee and Committee on Nucleonic and Radiation Instruments. With the merger of the IRE and AIEE on January 1, 1963, to form the IEEE, procedures were begun to merge the like-interest groups of the former societies. The IRE Professional Group on Nuclear Science merged with the AIEE Nucleonics Committee and the Committee on Nucleonic and Radiation Instruments on October 29, 1963, to become the Nuclear Science Group of the IEEE. In 1965 the Particle Accelerator Conference was added and in 1989 the Medical Imaging community, originally part of the NSS, became a separate technical committee and independent conference.


    In 1972, two major events occurred for the Group. Midyear the scope was widened to include the plasma science field and in September the group was given Society status. The augmented group became the Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society. March of 1973 saw the debut of a second publication, the Transactions on Plasma Science.


    In 1989/1990 the Nuclear Medical and Imaging portion of the Nuclear Science Symposium was incorporated into a separate but collocated conference, the Medical Imaging Conference or MIC.


    In 2017 a third journal, the Transactions on Radiation and Plasma Medical Science was added. NPSS thus has the distinction of issuing three publications, in addition to a quarterly newsletter. It is also a partner in the Transactions on Medical Imaging.


    Over the years the Society has inaugurated or assumed responsibility for a number of additional technical areas and conferences, including the addition in 1997 of the Pulsed Power community, formerly a private organization with some affiliation with IEEE NPSS. Every year the Society sponsors conferences on Plasma Science, Radiation Effects, Medical Imaging and Nuclear Science. Conferences on Particle Accelerators and Engineering Problems in Fusion Research and Data Acquisition in Nuclear and Particle Physics are sponsored every other year. In addition, many other conferences are occasionally sponsored or regularly technically cosponsored by the Society.


    In becoming a member of the Nanotechnology Council, NPSS hopes to enhance its involvement in this rapidly growing multidisciplinary area, which impacts essentially all our specific technical communities.




    Brief Timeline of Events in NPSS History


    April 29, 1949 – Held first meeting. They started out as ‘Professional Group on Nuclear Science’. (PGNS)

    Jan. 10, 1963 – They changed their name to ‘Professional Technical Group on Nuclear Science’.

    Jan. 21, 1964 – Changed their name to ‘IEEE-Nuclear Science Group’.

    1965 Particle Accelerator Group Joins

    Dec. 5, 1972 – ‘Nuclear Science Group’ merged with ‘Plasma Interest’ to become ‘Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society’.

    March, 1973 – Field of Interest revision




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  • https://patents.google.com/pat…6026720A1/en#nplCitations

    Non-Patent Citations (1)

    Title FOCARDI S ET AL: "ANOMALOUS HEAT PRODUCTION IN HI-H SYSTEMS", NUOVO CIMENTO, EDITRICE COMPOSITORI, BOLOGNA, IT, vol. 107A, no. 1, 1 January 1994 (1994-01-01), pages 163 - 167, XP000519191, ISSN: 0029-6341 *

    This patent is talking about hydrogen as proton emitted by a lenr reaction between a transition metal and hydrogen ( neutral) These protons emitted then reduce by transmutations the radioactivity of another elements.

    These protons emitted sounds well as Peter expectations to explain the LEC.

    Focardi's spirit could be hidden inside LEC experiments ?

  • Cydonia


    There is probably an important connection between LEC experiment and early NI-H experiment of Ahern, Piantelli, Focardi and others. As stated before the possible connection is the energy-localization concept proposed by Ahern. Without a specific surface treatment Piantelli experiment did not work. It's reasonable to hypothesize that In the LEC experiment an energy localization of few tens of eV is sufficient to explain the gas ionization. This is confirmed by the temperature dependence of the LEC effect. Energy localization alone however cannot explain the excess heat in Ni-H reactors.

  • Well, i could give you good explanations to explain how it works, but who will believe me ?

    So I continue my experiments in this direction.

    However, there was a clue in the last paper I shared to you, you didn't read.


    Cydonia


    There is probably an important connection between LEC experiment and early NI-H experiment of Ahern, Piantelli, Focardi and others. As stated before the possible connection is the energy-localization concept proposed by Ahern. Without a specific surface treatment Piantelli experiment did not work. It's reasonable to hypothesize that In the LEC experiment an energy localization of few tens of eV is sufficient to explain the gas ionization. This is confirmed by the temperature dependence of the LEC effect. Energy localization alone however cannot explain the excess heat in Ni-H reactors.