Patently-O Bits and Bytes by Juvan Bonni

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    >>Atty. A. Shane Nichols: Diehr Alice, Yu are Superimposing Novelty onto Patent Eligibility. Love, Newman. (Source: The National Law Review)

    Wow. DC links to an article that isn’t ridiculous anti-patent and isn’t telling us that the Sun revolves around the Earth.

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    “Tesla Cybertruck Retractable Solar Bed Cover Revealed in Patent”

    We hereby declare that because sunlight has been around since at least the 1700’s, any and all inventions which utilize sunlight are merely abstract and therefore ineligible for patenting.

    — Your CAFC Overlords

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      Funny, I was watching a show on the History Channel about that device from 500 BC for determining moon phases and the commenter said it was amazing to think that it took humans 2,000 years to realize that they could change the device a bit and use it to help them to math.

      But I am sure that J. Breyer and J. Taranto could go back into their chambers with a warm cloth and soap and make themselves believe that they would have done it in an afternoon.

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