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Why change of policy regarding my inventions

| by A.R.Arudpragasam

An invention from my inventions list has leaked.

( May 9, 2014, Zurich, Sri Lanka Guardian) An invention that appears in the list when I first listed the inventions in 2002 as “Dew state preservation of fresh vegetables”, numbered 47, has been put on display by a leading super market in London. The invention which I have now named as “Artificial Clouding” from the word cloud, which will have far reaching impact on national economies, in the cultivation, transport, and retailing of fresh vegetables by keeping them fresh for longer period and reducing waste. In few year time every fridge will have facilities for artificial clouding in its lower compartment where not only vegetables but also things like cheese and bacon that get dried up when kept opened can be preserved.

I have only maintained the title of the inventions in my computer but never elaborated them, keeping rest of details in my head instead, for the fear of leakage. But I now see the title has given away too much. It could have leaked through hacking. I had two of my computers stolen. I have also shared the list with Professor Peter Guthrie at the Centre for Engineering for Sustainable Development at Cambridge in 2005 and he too has his computer stolen.

The idea could have been arrived at independently. I have only myself to blame. I have not patented the idea and I have been holding on to them for far too long. So I had to rethink the wisdom of holding on to the inventions in the hope the situation in Sri Lanka will improve and these can be deployed in a programme technology deployment sustainable existence for the economic development of the North East and Sri Lanka.

The products are called sustainability products as they promote sustainable development. These inventions were possible due to specific inventive thinking to advance a cause with philosophical underpinning of sustainable existence based on the following GSI definition of sustainable development.

“Sustainable development is a development culture that is positively engaged and focused towards the assuring the sustainable existence of people and the earth, by providing the necessary inputs for the achievement of a self-fulfilling life, by attaining throughout the world, a uniform value for the price average income ratio, for goods essential for human life in terms of health, comfort, security and happiness, through the promotion of social and economic activity, based on resources and endowments, that are sustainable by society and nature.”

Global Sustainability Products is part of the Global Sustainability Initiative (GSI) Programme which was to be established in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka. The inventive activity was directed towards identifying products for sustainable development and sustainable existence of humanity.

Sustainability Products are not appropriate technology products. They are in reality the next generation advanced products that has to be deployed worldwide to assure the sustainable existence of humanity. The clouding technology one example. The number inventions stands at 204. The emphasis will be on deployment of technology rather than manufacture and sale of products.

With Mahinda Rajapakse going in the reverse gear, the solution to the nationality problem has been further postponed. The programme could not be started due to war torn situation. Even if it takes one month for initiating the R&D on each product, it will take about fifteen years to complete the work, working fulltime.

So the need for policy change was inevitable. First, I am breaking the list into two lists of hundred each and offering the first hundred to countries that will want to acquire the inventions either outright sale or 80% share in companies that will be set up for the product.

The list of 100 inventions will be offered to governments and institutions, which in turn can hand out to companies, in the order, Britain, Canada, Germany, India, China, Japan, South Korea, Russia, France, Netherland, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico, Australia and Singapore, Malaysia and Sri Lanka. This will enable these countries to join in a programme of technology deployment for sustainable existence.

In the first round the countries will select five inventions from the list. The 100 inventions are tentatively valued at US $ 300 million. The money will be reinvested in companies that will undertake the R&D while a 20% will be taken as patent management fee by the parent company, Global Sustainability Products (GSP). I will hold on to the other 100 and as five is disclosed, five will be transferred from the reserved list.

The programme will be managed from London but if the nationality problem get resolved in Sri Lanka and if the head office of the GSI programme is shifted to Trincomalee, the participating companies can find their way to join the programme for technology deployment for sustainable existence that will be managed from there. The number of products will eventually raise to 1000 as other scientists and inventors join the programme and make these products available to humanity on a price average income ratio equality throughout the world.

I can consider the US companies. US should read my book Monetary Exploitation to know from where the global poverty originates and comprehend the proposal in the book for Human Value Parity Relationship (HVPR) in international relations.

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