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USPTO #8,362,766 Circuit for Analyzing and Affecting Subtle Energy Resonance

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Subtle Energy Technology

The field of subtle energy technology is occupied by many products with dubious claims and pseudo-scientific rationales. Additionally there are many possessed of unjustified fears that their subtle energy technology will be “stolen by the government.” Here again, SJL’s approach is complete different. We embraced the chance to explain our subtle energy technology to the patent office. Not only was it not stolen, but USPTO graciously extended the term by over 500 days to apologize for their excessive time to process it!

U.S. Patent Application No. 12/628,628
Title: Circuit for Analyzing and Affecting Subtle Energy Resonance
Filed: December 1, 2009
The present application issues as U.S. patent number 8,362,766 on January 29, 2013. To compensate for internal delays, the Patent Office grants a Patent Term Adjustment {extension} of 554 days.

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SJL Allowed World’s First Subtle Energy Patent

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“Ally” UED / IIED Cell Failure Decoded

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The Standard 28C64 Circuit Induces a Noisy End

An inquiry suggests it is past time to report that after four years of observing apparently random failures of Unimprinted Electrical Devices (UEDs) and Intention-Imprinted Electrical Devices (IIEDs) in 2010 this lab indeed discerned why all conventional Ally-type designs eventually become inert.

Surveying the Atmel data sheet, one reads that a Software Data Protection (SDP) lock is invokable via a specific code sequence that makes the memory unchangeable. As an early-generation device, this mechanism was useful if not necessary to prevent data corruption during power-on/off cycles.

This problem I have patiently observed over several years with concern and caution, of time and again seeing these cells die (meaning they objectively test as a FAILED device), is explained by the SDP sequence being triggered by noise. When this happens, the cell’s sensitive CMOS transistors can no longer adapt to intentional nor environmental conditioning.

Unfortunately, it becomes statistically inevitable that all conventional Ally-type designs ever offered will eventually become latched and unresponsive due to noise triggering the SDP lock. That is why I have recalled the SC30/PS30 and its variants from general sales.

To really know what is going on, you must regularly monitor these chips with an EEPROM reader, or work closely with us to periodically ensure that your cells are still electronically ‘alive.’ Any lesser practice is seriously uninformed; guaranteeing that the device without indication decays into a rock-like placebo.

Following our conservative, methodical, finely-researched course regardless of any impact on sales is how we maintain our bearing: Credibility pursuing Incredibility.

USPTO Psychoenergetic Computer Patent

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Here is SJL’s psi patent application in official form. Always good to see. (However there is a non-trivial typographical omission where paragraph 16 meets 17. Be assured it will be handled.)

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UED Waves Discovered

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Emotion Detection Technology

As emotion detection technology became more widely discussed in the press, this process became a key validation for our claims about our own emotion detection technology. In brief, the images collected show specific, coherent harmonic waveforms embedded in the three parallel sensors created for our hands-off emotion detection technology. The waveforms are unique to the time and place, and indicate the degree of residual subtle energy in the measured space.

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20100310 PS30

Toward a Science of Consciousness (abstract)

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20100618 SAND

Abstract Accepted: Towards a Science of Consciousness, Hong Kong

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Gino Yu, Chairman.
Selected to panel with Dr. Konstantin Korotkov and others.

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