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I have £250,000.00 to give you if you are in cookware industry

Discussion in 'General Business Forum' started by Swisaw, May 7, 2011.

  1. Posilan

    Posilan UKBF Ace Full Member - Verified Business

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    So you don't have the £250,000 you said you had and now you are telling me you have filled out application forms for a grant which does not exist?

    You have exactly nothing to negotiate with...

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    Posted: May 10, 2011 By: Posilan Member since: Dec 20, 2010
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  2. MASSEY

    MASSEY UKBF Legend Full Member

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    Did you make your website yourself swisaw?
     
    Posted: May 10, 2011 By: MASSEY Member since: Nov 29, 2009
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  3. Swisaw

    Swisaw UKBF Ace Full Member

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    Yes. It does the job all right and better than paying some one to do it for you.
     
    Posted: May 11, 2011 By: Swisaw Member since: Sep 24, 2010
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  4. Swisaw

    Swisaw UKBF Ace Full Member

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    I will get some grant a lone but not necessarily £250,000. As a guide I should get the cost of hiring a patent attorney, maximum £5,000.00, and the cost of hiring a workshop and my wage for a year, as well as the cost of research and development, marketing and the wage of two ore more people.

    My position is very strong to negotiate. Any political party makes an issue of my inventions will get absolute majority in the House and will take over all Local Authority. My inventions can bring a recovery leading to a prosperity lasting longer than any one before.
     
    Posted: May 11, 2011 By: Swisaw Member since: Sep 24, 2010
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  5. justinshi

    justinshi UKBF Newcomer Free Member

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    Is this true or a setup?
     
    Posted: May 11, 2011 By: justinshi Member since: May 11, 2011
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  6. stugster

    stugster UKBF Legend Free Member

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    In that case, I'm in! Where do I sign?
     
    Posted: May 11, 2011 By: stugster Member since: Feb 1, 2007
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  7. Swisaw

    Swisaw UKBF Ace Full Member

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    No, it is not true. It is a set up, be warned :p
     
    Posted: May 11, 2011 By: Swisaw Member since: Sep 24, 2010
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  8. Swisaw

    Swisaw UKBF Ace Full Member

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    You are in Online industry, not cookware. So only your cash can benefit me. Show me your cash to show you dotted line.
     
    Posted: May 11, 2011 By: Swisaw Member since: Sep 24, 2010
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  9. MASSEY

    MASSEY UKBF Legend Full Member

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    Im getting a headache from this thread.
     
    Posted: May 11, 2011 By: MASSEY Member since: Nov 29, 2009
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  10. stugster

    stugster UKBF Legend Free Member

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    Love it :D
     
    Posted: May 11, 2011 By: stugster Member since: Feb 1, 2007
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  11. Parthelan

    Parthelan UKBF Newcomer Free Member

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    I cant believe you just said that :D
     
    Posted: May 15, 2011 By: Parthelan Member since: Dec 16, 2010
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  12. Swisaw

    Swisaw UKBF Ace Full Member

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    A crude experiment on my ‘ A better Cookware’ concept.
    I have made a crude model of my ‘A Better Cookware’ concept and conducted a crude experiment. An amount of water about 1.50 litres took 22.00 minutes to reach 97.00c and started to boil inside an ordinary cookware on the smallest flame point of the cooker. The flame was on in full. When the experiment repeated with the crude model of the ‘A better cookware’ concept, it took under 19.00 minutes to reach to the same temperature. That was quicker by more than 3.00 minutes
    The experiment repeated by putting the flame on by around one third. This time the water in the ordinary cookware reached 90.00c after 44.00 minutes. It didn’t go further. It started to play between 90.00c and 92.00c but most of the time stayed fixed at 90.00c. The water inside the crude model of my ‘A Better cookware’ concept, reached 90.00c after 41.00 minutes and continued to rise to 96.90c. Once reached to 97.20c but stayed at 96.90c most of the time. The rise from 90.00c to 96.90c took 18.00 more minutes. During all the experiments, the water was not covered. It was heated under usual atmospheric pressure.
    My conclusion at this stage is that my ‘A Better cookware’ concept has a lot of room to improve from this crude model and should be able to reduce energy need for cooking at least by one third. This is still not bad. It is a good saving for big households and catering industry.
     
    Posted: May 21, 2011 By: Swisaw Member since: Sep 24, 2010
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  13. Rookery

    Rookery UKBF Regular Free Member

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    Well me ole china, I fink you got summink wrong wiv ya water if its takin' 22 mins to boil on ya smallest burner full on. Cor, luv a duck.
     
    Posted: May 21, 2011 By: Rookery Member since: Oct 17, 2010
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  14. Swisaw

    Swisaw UKBF Ace Full Member

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    This is because the boiling pan was open. If it was closed it would have been a lot shorter than 22.

    Actually the real time is 21 minutes, not 22. It seems I have also counted the lowest temperature, room temperature. :p
     
    Posted: May 21, 2011 By: Swisaw Member since: Sep 24, 2010
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