July 29, 2018 (72918) - This site is old, many of the links probably don't work anymore if they ever did...
might get back to this site and the one other I still have going, but most of what I authored is no longer published on the
web. I have copies though.
I'm relatively young (52 for
bout two more weeks), so I'm sure there are way bigger snakes. For me, I'll worry about the ones nearby the most.
I don't mind snakes. I like them. Ken - "actually my birthday is in 12 days". It is 2018.
doing good. I hope you are as well. The future is bright!
OK - just click that link below (the
only one I think on this site that works), and then I'll tell you my entrepeniurial (how do you spell that fing word?) idea.
It is really simple, and I patent it with this statement:
a bunch of plastics and you could say resins, a real hodgepodge of em, but in a controlled sort of way and .....BINGO - Plastic
recycling is amazing!
I patent that and I claim royalaties as well! Talk to
me. Ken Hausle is my name.
This site is published. Ken - August 4, 2018 10:37
am EST. Or you could say: 8418:1037: e
Today is my birthday, so I will take
the liberty of telling you in advance. The patent above is going to be explained in way more detail and its gonna happen
here at this site.
If I live another year, it will be here for all to read.
P.S. This latest text, is also part of the patent, but rest assured, I will explain what I meant bout "resins".
I've decided to add some more text here in my own free liberty of choice. The text in this section will deal
with my plastic recycling patent. This patent is going to make me and my family rich for sure.
I already have
good plastic contacts, so that is a check, and I have good judgement on who to talk with, and I most assuredaly am a damm
good math guy and enineer.
So, I will be in Minneapolis this week at one of our facilities and there are folks there
who I think can help me with this plan. We shall see!
OK, here is the
deal. The trip to Minnisota is over and I won't be going back, but I think some ideas were shared and these ideas might
lead to something good. We are going to figure out a way to recycle what we have and it will be valuable to US.
Count on it.
The key thing here is that I will be working with others who share my goals and together we will
succeed or fail, but we will do it together. I think success is the most likely outcome because let me tell you - I
want this. If you don't truly want it, you'll never get it.
So here is the first step of my new idea and a critical aspect of the patent I shall claim.
In the company of my imagination, when you have a job it is pretty much guaranteed to be forever.
Now - I said "pretty much", so I hope you understand,
but what do you think that means: It means to get a job in my imagination, I've gotta to do some good due diligence.
Or more broadly - If I ever start a company, we will do our due diligence before hiring anybody.
BUT - Once your are hired, then you got a job for life.
That is how it used to be and that way is better.
we have great ideas! More will be forthcoming.
OK folks, here the first truly substantative aspect of the patent
I've been talking about. It starts with making a plastic up front that is meant to be recycled. Make it pure,
and save it for later. Later it can be mixed with so many things.
Many of those things will rely on petroleum - which we all should know is a precious resource.
The original plastic will also, of course, be organic, but there are many options for that. Study Chemistry if you want
a job in my company.
As stated on this day,
by me, Ken Hausle, from Charlotte, NC. The day is Septebmer 3, 2018 (090313), and it is 12:07 pm Eastern Standard Time
in the United States of America.
OK, so now it is time to take this to the next level. The
first idea of mine for a recyclable plastic designed to be such from the get go is gonna be based on one that we really already
know how to make. So begins a little study for which there will be way more detail forthcoming on the already manufactured
chemical known as cellulose acetate. A little tweak here and a small smidgen of goodness there, and we got a seriously
good polymer. Remember what I said about due diligence and chemistry. As posted on this day, 10418. Ken
And, if you want to get a head start why not check this out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cellulose_acetate