Patents by Inventor William John Martin

William John Martin has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 10304414
    Abstract: Methods of integrity checking digitally displayed data in a display system having a display comprising a pixel array and a display system having a CPU configured to output data, a display screen comprising a pixel array with viewable and non-viewable areas, a GPU configured to receive the outputted data from the CPU and graphically render the information on the viewable area of the display screen, and a GIM engine configured to determine the integrity of drawn graphical information.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 4, 2015
    Date of Patent: May 28, 2019
    Assignee: GE Aviation Systems Limited
    Inventors: Roger Anthony Bargh, Timothy John Roberts, Michael Paul Jenkins, William James Davidson, Michael John Allen, Damian Francis Minihan, Timothy George Riley, Steven Anthony Martin, Gary Quelcuti, Mark Andrew Paul Edwards
  • Publication number: 20160095877
    Abstract: The Applicant has identified a biological energy pathway, which is distinct from photosynthesis and from the generation of cellular energy through normal metabolism. It is referred to as the third or the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway. This pathway is expressed through an energy acquired kinetic activity of water molecules. The present application extends on the breadth of compounds capable of transferring a natural force called KELEA, (kinetic energy limiting electrostatic attraction) to water and to both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages. They include common dietary supplements such as humic acids and common foods, such as cocoa. These products can be repeatedly used for liquid activation at very low quantities and can be removed from the liquid prior to the liquid being used for biological purposes. The studies have widespread practical applications in human and animal health as well as in agriculture. The studies also provide for a better understanding of the practice of homeopathy.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 6, 2014
    Publication date: April 7, 2016
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20150344399
    Abstract: The invention relates to the use of heat and/or acids to increase the water activating property of various substances, including humic acids and zeolites. The basic theme is that, whenever possible, water being consumed by humans and animals, or being used in agriculture, should be pre-activated using one or other of the available methods. Humic acids and zeolites have been shown to have water-activating activities. Pre-heating these materials to temperatures in the range of 1,000° C., significantly increases this water-activating activity. Lesser increases in water activation are achievable using 200° C. heat and/or exposure to low pH using acids. Other fluids, including alcoholic beverages, can similarly be more efficiently activated using heated versus unheated humic acids and/or zeolites. This discovery will help facilitate the utilization of activated water in various fields, including human and animal consumption, agriculture and industry.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 2, 2014
    Publication date: December 3, 2015
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20140010922
    Abstract: Methods previously shown to be effective in imparting a prolonged, non-temperature-related, increase in an intrinsic energy of fluids, including water and ethanol, have been applied to heat generated vapors of these fluids, leading to effective activation of the fluids upon their condensation. In a specific embodiment, a Van de Graaf generator was used to apply an electrostatic field to the vapors. The condensed fluids from these electrostatically activated vapors display enhanced internal mobility, more dynamic solubillization patterns using of sprinkled particles of neutral red dye and a progressive, but limited, reduction in measured weight. Fluids condensing from electrostatically-energized vapors can also impart intrinsic energy to other fluids by simple dilution. The described methods are relevant to an understanding of homeopathy.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 9, 2012
    Publication date: January 9, 2014
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20130168160
    Abstract: Many fluids, including water and alcohols, have a novel and biologically beneficial, energy-related quality, levels of which can differ between samples of the same fluid. It was shown previously, that this activity could be monitored using a neutral red kinetic assay (NR-kinetic assay). It is now disclosed that this activity also correlates with a reduction in measured weight of a fluid, possibly related to reduced responsiveness to the force of gravity. It is postulated that a reciprocal relationship may exist between responsiveness to gravity (G-force) and another form of universally available energy, tentatively termed the L-force. The responsiveness to the L-force, rather than or in addition to a direct transmission of this energy, is physically transferrable between fluids even without physical contact of the fluids.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 29, 2011
    Publication date: July 4, 2013
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20130138183
    Abstract: The use of humic acids, zeolites, magnesium oxide beads and other mineral-containing materials in the activation of ethanol, alcoholic beverages and water is disclosed. Consumption of the energized liquids can have therapeutic benefits. The activated ethanol can be further used with neutral red dye and ultraviolet (UV) light illumination to indirectly enhance the environmental energy absorption properties of other liquids, including drinking water and of mineral containing materials. Mineral activated ethanol can similarly be used with neutral red dye and UV illumination to enhance the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway of an individual.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 25, 2011
    Publication date: May 30, 2013
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20130108723
    Abstract: The use of moringa olifera leaves and leaf powder to activate ethanol, alcoholic beverages and water is disclosed. Consumption of the energized liquids can have therapeutic benefits. The activated ethanol can be further used with neutral red dye and ultraviolet (UV) light illumination to indirectly enhance the environmental energy absorption properties of other liquids, including drinking water. Moringa activated ethanol can similarly be used with neutral red dye and UV illumination to activate the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway of an individual.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 31, 2011
    Publication date: May 2, 2013
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20120325647
    Abstract: A method for energizing water and other liquids is described. It is based on previous studies showing the use of ultraviolet (UV) light illuminated of alcohol containing neutral red dye as a means of activating the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway. Rather than directly activating the patient, the method's ACE pathway, it is used to activate water and liquids for drinking by the patients. Once activated, a liquid can further activate a larger volume of liquid by simply being added to the larger volume of liquid. The methods should find widespread application in human, animal, agricultural and industrial uses of water and other liquids.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 22, 2011
    Publication date: December 27, 2012
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20120225132
    Abstract: The kinetic energy of liquids can be increased by placing the liquid in a cobalt blue glass container, which is placed in an area exposed to sunlight. This method can be used in combination with other methods known to activate the kinetic energy of a liquid, as assessed by the neutral red kinetic assay. Infrared emitting ceramic pebbles can similarly be used to activate alcohol. Activated alcohol is more effective than unprocessed alcohol were used with neutral red dye and illuminated with ultraviolet light as a means of enhancing the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway in the therapy of diseases.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 3, 2011
    Publication date: September 6, 2012
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20120207850
    Abstract: The kinetic energy of liquids can be increased by several methods described in the present application. The methods include exposure to a magnetic field provided by a rotating or vibrating magnet; exposure to an electromagnetic field provided by an electrical power cord; and placement of the liquid within the vicinity of electrostatic energy and/or sound energy. A previously described method is the bubbling of electrolysis-generated water gas (Brown's Gas) into the liquid. The increased kinetic energy can be demonstrated using a previously described neutral red dye kinetic assay (NR-Kinetic assay). Energized liquids include alcohol, alcoholic beverages and water. The use of the energized solutions to enhance the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway in the therapy of individuals is described.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 16, 2011
    Publication date: August 16, 2012
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20120192627
    Abstract: A method for assaying an intrinsic energy property of water and other liquids is disclosed, as well as a means for detecting water energizing environmental energy fields. The method is based on the dynamic nature of dissolving neutral red dye particles added to the liquid and the light induced motion of remaining un-dissolved neutral red dye particles. The intrinsic energy activity of the liquid is related to the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway, which can function in the prevention and therapy of various illnesses in plants, animals and humans.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 28, 2011
    Publication date: August 2, 2012
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20120171340
    Abstract: The alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway provides a non-immunological defense mechanism against infectious diseases and can also function as an effective tissue repair mechanism in response to injury. The ACE pathway can be activated using energy obtained from the ultraviolet light illumination of neutral red dissolved in alcohol. The effectiveness of the alcohol used in this procedure has previously been shown to increase if the alcohol is “charged” by passing electrolytically generated “Water Gas” (otherwise referred to as Brown's Gas or HHO) into the alcohol. Water Gas is herein shown to be similarly able to charge alcoholic beverages, including beer, wines and spirits, resulting in an increase in the ability of the alcoholic beverages to dynamically interact with dyes, such as neutral red, and by inference to be more effective, than the corresponding uncharged alcoholic beverage, in therapeutic uses intended to enhance the ACE pathway of an individual.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 4, 2011
    Publication date: July 5, 2012
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20120152755
    Abstract: The alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway provides a non-immunological defense mechanism against infectious diseases and can also function as an effective, non-scarring, tissue repair mechanism in response to injury. The ACE pathway can be activated using energy obtained from the ultraviolet light illumination of neutral red dissolved in alcohol. The effectiveness of the alcohol used in this procedure is significantly increased by first bubbling air containing “Water Gas” (otherwise referred to as Brown's Gas or HHO) through the alcohol. The Water Gas is considered as providing an additional charge to the alcohol. Water Gas can similarly be used to charge water and other liquids and to, thereby, increase the liquid's capacity to interact with various dyes, such as neutral red, and with other enerceuticals, which are regarded as being representative of the body's ACE pigments.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 17, 2010
    Publication date: June 21, 2012
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20110306077
    Abstract: Ultraviolet light reactive alternative cellular energy pigments (ACE-pigments) are produced in response to certain chronic viral infections, metabolic disorders and degenerative illnesses. The pigments will display differing responsiveness to direct ultraviolet (UV) light illumination in the presence and in the absence of certain triggering dyes, including neutral red. The type of response appears to reflect varying energy levels of the ACE pigments from being essentially uncharged (fluorescent but only if triggering dye is added); to partially charged (fluorescent even in the absence of a triggering dye) to more fully charged (non-fluorescent either in the presence or absence of the triggering dye). Methods are described for assessing the status of ACE pigments within localized skin and deeper lesions, and within the overall body of a human or animal subject.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 13, 2010
    Publication date: December 15, 2011
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20110306917
    Abstract: Alternative cellular energy pigments (ACE-pigments) provide a source of cellular energy other than that provided through the oxidative metabolism of foods, or in the case of plants and certain bacteria, through the process of photosynthesis. In some patients, ACE pigments exist in a form that can be further energized or activated using ultraviolet (UV) light, especially if the reaction is initially triggered by the presence of suitable dyes, such as neutral red. An alternative method has been described to activate the ACE pathway in humans and animals deprived of ACE by using natural or man-made sources of ACE products (enerceuticals), with or without the inclusion of a suitable dye, such as neutral red; and applying the material(s) to the skin, either directly or separated by an impermeable barrier; and illuminating the enerceutical with a UV light source. The process of activating the ACE pathway is evidenced by UV inducible fluorescence seen within areas of the patients' skin and/or mucus membranes.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 9, 2010
    Publication date: December 15, 2011
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20110208110
    Abstract: A convenient method for activating the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway is described that uses ultraviolet (UV) light illumination of oil extracted from the leaves of the moringa oleifera tree. The moringa leaf oil acts as an “enerceutical,” a term defined by the inventor. The green colored moringa leaf oil can be either applied directly to areas of the skin or placed onto an impermeable barrier that is laid onto the skin. The oil displays a red fluorescence when illuminated by either mercury vapor UV emitting lamps, or bright sunlight. Smearing of the moringa leaf oil over wide surface areas of the skin in conjunction with UV illumination can be used for systemic activation of the ACE pathway. Evidence for successful systemic activation of the ACE pathway includes the appearance of direct UV light inducible tissue and body fluid fluorescence at sites other than where the oil has been applied.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 24, 2010
    Publication date: August 25, 2011
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20100291000
    Abstract: Alternative cellular energy pigments (ACE-pigments) provide a source of cellular energy other than that provided through the oxidative metabolism of foods, or in the case of plants and certain bacteria, through the process of photosynthesis. In some patients, ACE pigments exist in a form that can be further energized or activated using ultraviolet (UV) light, especially if the reaction is initially triggered by the presence of suitable dyes, such as neutral red. Once partially activated, ACE pigments within a localized lesion will fluoresce upon direct exposure to UV light. It is diagnostically useful to screen an individual or animal undergoing localized or systemic activation of their ACE pathway for the presence of lesions elsewhere in the body, which become fluorescent under direct UV illumination, both as a way of detecting an otherwise non-apparent or unnoticed lesion and of confirming that such a lesion contains ACE pigments that can be further activated.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 26, 2010
    Publication date: November 18, 2010
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20100215763
    Abstract: Alternative cellular energy pigments (ACE-pigments) are over-produced in response to various types of viral infections and to other pathological conditions. ACE pigments accumulate at the sites of disease and also in other regions of the body, including the oral cavity. ACE pigments are considered to play a significant role in the body's healing response to both local and system diseases. They appear to exist in a relatively inactive form in which they can fluorescence under ultraviolet (UV) light illumination, especially if stained with a suitable dye, such as neutral red. The present invention describes a method of using ACE pigments collected from the saliva (spittle) of patients for the purpose of activating the ACE pathway in a child with autism and in an adult with an active skin lesion caused by herpes simplex virus. The saliva containing the collected ACE pigments is placed onto a suitable material, such as a paper towel, stained with neutral red dye and induced to fluoresce using UV illumination.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 20, 2009
    Publication date: August 26, 2010
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20100196297
    Abstract: Alternative cellular energy pigments (ACE-pigments) are over-produced in response to various types of viral infections and to other pathological conditions. ACE pigments accumulate at the sites of disease and also in other regions of the body, including the oral cavity. ACE pigments are considered to play a significant role in the body's healing response to both local and system diseases. They appear to exist in a relatively inactive form in which they can fluorescence under ultraviolet (UV) light illumination, especially if stained with a suitable dye, such as neutral red. The present invention describes a method of using ACE pigments collected from the urine of patients for the purpose of activating the patient's ACE pathway in a child with autism, with an extrapolation to patients with a wide variety of other infectious and non-infectious illnesses for which there is a presumed or shown insufficiency of cellular energy.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 5, 2009
    Publication date: August 5, 2010
    Inventor: William John Martin
  • Publication number: 20100099758
    Abstract: A composition containing copper and silver ions electrolytically generated in a solution of citric acid that also contains potassium carbonate is shown to expedite the healing of wounds with regeneration of normal tissue architecture and without excessive scarring. A wide range of wounds and other forms of tissue damage affecting the skin and other areas of the body respond favorably to the direct application of the composition, with expedited healing, re-growth of normal appearing (non-scar) tissue and symptomatic relief from pain and swelling. The composition acts in both humans and animals through a novel mechanism provisionally termed the tissue regeneration induced pathway (TRIP).
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 22, 2008
    Publication date: April 22, 2010
    Applicant: MI Hope Inc.
    Inventors: William John Martin, Stephen Benet Palmer