Patents Represented by Attorney Malke Leah Bas Meyer
  • Patent number: 5084377
    Abstract: A unique and novel operative means and method has been designed to successfully procure and sustain biological systems placed in a state of cryogenic suspension. Entire biological systems or their constituent parts are placed in a non-frozen vitrifiable state for a time interval of determinant length in the presence of a non-toxic, protective profusiate, under sustained pressure and temperature approaching or less than the glass transition temperature. The implementation of a substantial regimen of cryoprotectants and baroprotectives within the contexts of a protective profusion solution favorably alters the colligative properties of the said biological systems significantly impeding the process of nucleation. The deleterious process of nucleation, the subsequent formation of crystals and or the critical alignment of said crystals is prevented by the exactation of specific resonate energy fields.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 20, 1988
    Date of Patent: January 28, 1992
    Inventors: Larry Rowan, Larry Rosenberg
  • Patent number: 5020411
    Abstract: A portable-mobile-self propelled weapons plateform. Said plateform being propelled by an automated array of plasma engines coupled to a plasma source, energy source and further being coupled to energy weapon systems.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 6, 1989
    Date of Patent: June 4, 1991
    Inventor: Larry Rowan
  • Patent number: 4944211
    Abstract: A device which delivers high velocity projectiles to specified or targeted sites. Said device operates to bore at extreme speeds a channel leading to specified sites and then to subsequently place explosive charges substantially below the surface of a region adjacent to or surrounding said targets. High velocity projectiles are fired in rapid succession with shaped explosive charges ranging from conventional plastic explosives to nuclear or thermonuclear devices detonating either upon impact or some distance below the point of impact. The multiple stage launch mode of the aforesaid device consists of three separate and distinct phases or stages, and/or multiples of said stages. Electropropulsive elements embodied within the devices consist of an automated plasma injection means, a primary arcing source, Tesla discharging means and propagating rails, magnetic induction elements and ancillary systems.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 30, 1986
    Date of Patent: July 31, 1990
    Inventors: Larry Rowan, Larry Rosenberg
  • Patent number: 4893815
    Abstract: A multiple task user based weapons system capable of neutralizing a variety of designated target types within a real time interval well below conventional systems faced with equivalent tasks. Said weapon system is described as a transector device. Target acquisition, assignment, pursuit and engagement of said targets by dedicated systems embodied within said transector device, including automated projectiles are described in detail. Additionally, the various options or strategies involved in neutralization of said designated targets to the exclusion of equivalent or similar non-designated targets are defined in the disclosure. Further the implementation interactive expert programs, embodying statistical analysis, pruning, probablistic mechanisms and other processes are described in relation to the operation of the aforesaid transector device.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 27, 1987
    Date of Patent: January 16, 1990
    Inventor: Larry Rowan
  • Patent number: 4884809
    Abstract: A non-lethal multivariant device utilized by one or more individuals at close range (1.0-100 plus meters) to disperse crowds which exhibits a propensity towards violence, disposed to creating a public danger by inflecting bodily injury, loss of life or extensive property damage. A variety of preprogrammed functions are choosen at the discretion of the user to neutralize potentially dangerous individual which pose a threat to not only themselves but other members of society. The operative functions available to the user consists of but are not limited to the dispersal of non-lethal carrier mediated volitiles, short range high frequency electro-shock, administration of thermal inductants and the ability to project disruptive acoustical transmission.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 30, 1985
    Date of Patent: December 5, 1989
    Inventor: Larry Rowan
  • Patent number: 4763282
    Abstract: A novel and innovative series of programs are deployed to actuate and control the novel embodiment of an automated laser wave detection and emissive delivery system known as the Improved Coherent Beam Coupler which is useful in surgical operations and high resolution analytic procedures. The programs are collectively designed to provide the highest resolution of optical electronic spectra data and to promote the fastest most reliable response time necessary to control the electronic composition, dispersal, and wave amplitude modulation of emissive sources. High energy multiple emissions are generated in discrete steps which are specified by impulses derived or obtained from an array of feedback sensors. The necessary tactical and logistic information necessary to engage target loci, analyze specific chemical species or any associated processes are specified by pre-existing data contained within the existing framework of readily accessible programs.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 14, 1985
    Date of Patent: August 9, 1988
    Inventor: Larry Rosenberg
  • Patent number: 4718422
    Abstract: A system and method for diagnosing and treating undesired internal conditions and structures, such as occluded vessels or aberrant histological regions. Diagnosis is effected by means of doppler analysis of laser light directed to the effected site from an inserted laser-containing unit, and treatment is accomplished by the same unit through direction of laser emissions of controlled characteristics toward the target site, thereby accomplishing departicalization, disintegration, and elimination through normal bodily processes of the undesired structure. Coherent radiation of a determinate size, wave amplitude, and electronic composition is precisely directed to given loci of operation for non-invasive analysis and treatment of aberrant sites. The invention embodies a noval unitary device with an assemblage of automated diaphragms, beam splitters, electronic choppers, an automated dye cell subsystem, and a focusing turret equipped with rotating lens elements and a piezoelectric element.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 9, 1985
    Date of Patent: January 12, 1988
    Inventor: Larry Rosenberg