Talk About Licensing Rights for Zero-Amp Technology

Talk About Licensing Rights for Zero-Amp Technology – An Opinion Editorial by Charlotte Wilson

Some newly opened information concerning the sale of licensing rights for Peter Sumaruck’s technology, Zero-Amp Tech Inc. – It seems that the licensing has been sold to more than the original 57 countries as was disclosed in March 2012. The figure is now moving in the direction of 100.

A 12kW power production unit in operation

When the disclosure says “countries” that means that the technology can be developed within that particular country. With development now in its infancy, it would be assumed that information may still be literally classified as to how a particular country plans to expand and promote their new technology.With some countries, it may be kept secret for a considerable time…until word gets out that another country is constructing new buildings, etc… powered by Zero-Amp Technology. Countries will not want to be outdone. They will begin to make their plans knows.

The psychology of possessing technology – This is exactly why a number of the purchasing countries decided to buy – they hear another country has the technology, like Brazil being the first. This may be particularly true if one country decides to incorporate ZAT technology into a weapon design or launching system.

Pete Sumaruck building a special prototype in 2004

There may be those who would say I should not be talking about this, but this is a valid form of technology development, and a question many readers may turn to each other to discuss – it may be the very first topic. The theory may go that if all countries have this technology then all countries are safer for it.

Certainly a possibility, but I would hope that various countries would decide to move forward with developments that further the progress of our human society. Each country that moves in the human direction will find that their good reputations will grow. We all know of several countries whose reputations in the public view have diminished – every country wants to be respected.

They have a need for a campaign.

Every country and group wants to look good in the public eye. Humans want to live well, but they also want to show off. Why else would Bahrain, Qatar and Abu Dhabi build quality art museums in their countries. For the same reason companies in the U.S. buy naming rights to sports complexes and theaters – they want the public to think how beneficent they are.

Technology can be like that. If a country has the licensing rights to Zero-Amp Technology then they will set up a ministry, or government department especially for country-wide applications. It’s only smart. Everyone will want to make technology work for them. As this technology goes about accomplishing a great deal of public good, it will also save huge amounts of money wherever it goes, whatever it touches.

There will be plenty of creative minds who will be able to find places for this new wealth. That in turn will facilitate a boon in new employment.

Countries who are openly developing ZAT technology applications will find individuals desiring to come from other places to work for them. This may become the New Globalization.

A Renaissance is born.

An even more important factor emerges – for any of those 196 world countries who have not yet purchased the licensing rights to Zero-Amp Technology, they are now in a potentially better position. A corporate group can make that purchase instead of a government entity. They will have more flexibility. Parliament won’t have to vote on whatever they decide to do.

They can go ahead with development, immediately – make products and sell them. Construct new showplace apartment buildings powered with ZAT technology and give tours to world visitors. A cruse line can power their ships (or cargo vessels) with this technology, saving vast amounts of money, and no more ships sinking from fires in the engine room. A country could become an economic giant – the new economic giant – by developing applications of Zero-Amp Technology.

This potential actually increases the importance of those countries who are yet to buy. This makes those countries more valuable. They can be more flexible. All they need is a core group, with creative minds and the ability to actualize. The thinker and the doer – I offer the challenge.


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Thank you,

Charlotte Wilson

by Charlotte Wilson