A few years ago, there was a major effort to ban plastic shopping bags, plastic grocery bags, and other plastics from commerce. I filed a provisional patent for a new methodology for manufacturing a biodegradable and environmentally friendly type of plastic. The sale and/or licensing of the patent was secretly obstructed by at least seven different agencies of the U.S. government. Luckily, I deliberately had omitted the key components of the patent so that it could not be copied.
Today, at least two hundred and fifty (250) companies globally have been hard at work trying desperately to develop and patent a new form of plastic that could serve multiple uses, not only in regard to plastic grocery bags, but also in the manufacture of aircraft, motor vehicles, boats, submarines, aerial equipment, and space craft. My patent is worth hundreds of billions of dollars, potentially. A final patent submission can be made as soon as a legally sound offer to license is received. All offers will be considered.
If any company is interested in licensing this patent, they should contact Rebekah Isaac Incorporated (http://www.RebekahIsaac.com). Also, we gladly will work with you to enable you to develop and patent unique applications to the core patent. The Lord God Almighty is a God of innovation.