Statements presented as fact in a patent application are (i) unless a good reason for doubt is found. The invention has only to be deemed “more likely than not” to work in order to receive initial approval. And, although thousands of patents are challenged in court for other reasons, no incentive exists for anyone to expend effort (ii) the science of an erroneous patent. For this reason the endless stream of (iii) devices will continue to yield occasional patents.
Blank (i): presumed verifiable, carefully scrutinized, considered capriciousBlank (ii): corroborating, advancing, debunkingBlank (iii): novel, bogus, obsolete
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