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Unobstructive Single String Capo System


United States Patent No.6,723,905

Canadian Patent No. CA 2,335,870


Method and Device for Perfusing Tissue by ExVivo Attachment to a Living Organism


United States Patent Application No. 2012/0276518

Canadian Patent Application No. 2,685,964


Modular Computer Units

Modular Computer Units2

United States Patent (Granted) 9,348,365

Canadian Patent Application No. 2,750,668

(Cited by IBM)


Method and system for placing advertising, endorsement and marketing orders via a communications network

Disclosure Document (PATENTS PENDING in USA & Canada) Filed June, 26, 2015

Google Patents Publication


Dynamic Pricing Method

Patent Application

CIPO Publication


Plant Tissue Bioprinting

(Method of Musical Instrument Manufacturing Incorporating Tissue Engineering Techniques)


S Method of Musical Instrument Manufacturing Incorporating Tissue Engineering Techniques (Non-provisional) CANADIAN_Page_15

United States Patent Application No. (ABANDONED)

Canadian Patent Application No. 2,725,946 (ABANDONED)


Neurological Information Transfer


This innovation was discovered while developing the extracorporeal device listed in my ex vivo attachment to a living organism methods paper that describes fabricating thick vascularized, 3D tissue structures, (such as human organs).  Prior art has yet to describe the direct links and electrical signal conversion strategies that I have been able to fabricate in thanks to these new strategies (naturally perfused and self assembled tissue constructs).  I have also yet to find any prior art that describes my distinct and novel methods for addressing the relationships between consciousness, sensory input/output information, the relationship of human memory and the connections between these elements.

My purposed innovation brings together multiple disciplines that include electrical/chemical signal conversion strategies, biological programming theories, organ fabrication, computer science, and advanced concepts in biological information manipulation, storage and transfer theories.

In my opinion Neurological Information Transfer could be the biggest topic of the 21st Century and will likely hold the most ethical and philosophical questions for our future.  Lots of amazing and positive things might be done with this technology, but it’s implications for society can also become quite disconcerting.  When this technology reaches maturity it will make the Internet look like a telegraph wire.




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