The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has had an unconstitutional and illegal “Berlin Wall” for decades to prevent extraordinary technologies from entering the marketplace. Such technologies included:
To break through this wall, a draft proposed ballot initiative was filed at the Denver City and County Building on February 13, 2019. The Denver City Attorney's Office approved the draft ordinance text, on March 7, for use on a petition. The initiative idea was first proposed in POWER UP.
This "Executive Order of the People" proposes inventing a new patent office in the City and County of Denver as a model for other counties and states. If enacted by the voters or separately by the Denver City Council, or by the Mayor of Denver through an Executive Order, it would require the City and County of Denver to:
1. "Provide expedited issuance of patents for extraordinary technology, giving highest priority, without being a prerequisite, to categories of patent applications that were, or continue to be, unfairly or illegally obstructed or delayed by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Funding for processing patent applications and issuing patents shall be obtained through application fees, or otherwise, as determined by the City and County of Denver.
2. Affirm, through a public proclamation and general policy, the legality of research, development, manufacturing, marketing, sale, possession, and use of extraordinary technology, regardless of patenting status"
Achieving these objectives, even within Denver, would be the first step in tearing down the entire wall and releasing suppressed life-saving and planet-saving technologies to the world!
[Download below: "Protecting Extraordinary Technology initiative"- full text of the proposed law.]
2003 - Placed on the November 2003 ballot in Denver, Colorado.
This proposed ordinance would have required the City and County of Denver to identify and implement any peace-creating programs, specifically programs that reduce social stress as measured by scientific evidence showing that they greatly reduce crime, warfare and terrorism, especially such programs that also provide a net financial benefit to the city as a "peace dividend." [Read full text in the PDF download below.]
Placed on the November 2010 ballot in Denver, Colorado
This proposed ordinance would have required the City and County of Denver to, among other things, provide the most accurate, complete, credible and relevant information about extraterrestrial intelligent beings on Earth to city government personnel and residents.
[Read full text in the PDF download below.]