Insull Plus tm

 

Insull Plus:TM

U.S.A. (C) # TXu002264672
Stay Warmer Save Money, with a Green Solution.


Insull Plus:TM is a trademark design for a new brand and a new product. Insull Plus:TM is a breathable Polyethylene. Polyethylene is a plastic material, it can be manufactured in flexible soft plastic sheets. Insull Plus:TM is opaque or it could be manufactured to have a pink or green transparent color to it. Insull Plus:TM will be used in houses and other structures, in combination with spun fiberglass, in the ceiling adjacent to attics and ceiling that are a part of truss roofs that have insulation and adequate ventilation. Some types of spun fiberglass insulation, look a lot like (PINK) cotton candy.
Depending on where you live, and in particular colder parts of North America and around the World you’ll need an adequate R-Value of insulation. Typical recommendations for attics and ceilings to the exterior is R-40 to R-55. R stands for resistance to heat & air flow. The higher the R-Value, the greater the insulating power and resistance to heat & air flow. Spun fiberglass has about a R 3 value per inch deep, R-40 is about 12 inches thick of spun fiberglass and R-55 is about 18 inches of spun fiberglass. The R value of the insulation is increased with the use of Insull Plus:TM . Because of the added resistance to heat and air flow , by using Insull Plus:TM , the cost to heat a house or other structure is reduced by a significant amount.
Insull Plus:TM slows the heat & air flow in an area and this increases the insulating factor of the spun fiberglass in that area. Insull Plus:TM can be made in a number of different thicknesses, 6 mm but also 4 mm or 2mm , that will retail in roles of various widths and lengths. Insull Plus:TM has 1.2 square inch holes in the polyurethane sheeting cut every square foot. The holes are spaced every 12 inches apart, vertical and horizontally in the polyurethane sheeting . When applied and layered to an area along with spun fiberglass the R-value of the fiberglass is increased , considerably, over not using Insull Plus:TM
Insull Plus:TM is similar to traditional soft polyurethane sheeting plastic, as it is flexible and can be folded or rolled for retail sales. Insull Plus:TM comes in various thicknesses from 2mm to 4mm, 6mm and various widths and lengths. The trademark design of Insull Plus:TM has a new feature added to polyurethane sheeting plastic . A new design to improve the insulating factor of the spun fiberglass when Insull Plus:TM is applied with the fiberglass. The new design in which an exclusive property or privilege is claimed from traditional soft polyurethane sheeting plastic to the trademark design, titled Insull Plus:TM are defined as follows in the paragraphs #1 to # 4:
[#1] Insull Plus:TM is a traditional soft polyurethane or polyethylene sheeting plastic wherein Insull Plus:TM is a trademark design for a new type of soft polyurethane sheeting plastic that has 1.2 square inch holes in the polyurethane sheeting cut every square foot. The holes are spaced every 12 inches vertical and horizontally in the polyurethane sheeting.
[#2] Insull Plus:TM as set forth in paragraphs # 1 wherein Insull Plus:TM comes in various thicknesses from 2mm to 4mm to 6mm and various widths and lengths, and adds more restriction to the flow of air and heat from a given insulated area.
[#3] Insull Plus:TM as set forth in paragraphs # 1 and #2 wherein Insull Plus:TM is applied in combination with the spun fiberglass layers used in houses and other structures in the ceiling adjacent to attics and ceiling that are a part of truss roofs, with insulation. [A layer of 6 inches of spun fiberglass then a layer of Insul Plus:TM then another layer of spun fiberglass then another layer of Insull Plus:TM , and so on.]
[#4 ] Insull Plus:TM as set forth in paragraphs # 1 and #2 and #3 wherein Insull Plus:TM improves the insulating factor [R-Value] of the spun fiberglass [or other insulation] when Insull Plus:TM is applied with the fiberglass. .Insull Plus:TM will allow water vapor and other gases that are in a given area to evaporare or escape to the outside air.
FIELD OF THE TRADEMARK DESIGN:
This trademark design relates generally to traditional soft polyurethane sheeting plastic , used for applications such as: insulation of refrigerators or freezers. vapor barrier for building insulation and some cushioning in furniture.
THE DISADVANTAGES OF A TRADITIONAL soft polyurethane sheeting plastic does not have the proper breathing capabilities for this specific application.
ADVANTAGES OF Insull Plus:TM OVER TRADITIONAL soft polyurethane sheeting plastic. In view of the foregoing disadvantages inherent in the known types of soft polyurethane sheeting plastic now present in prior art, the present trademark design provides a soft polyurethane sheeting plastic wherein the same may be improved to effectively increase the usability of the new product for applied application. This enables an insulated area to have a higher R-value, with a minimum amount of labor and money cost .
There has thus been outlined, the more important features of Insull Plus:TM in order that the detailed description thereof that follows may be better understood, and in order that the present contribution to the art may be better appreciated. There are, of course, features of Insull Plus:TM that will be described hereinafter and which will form the subject matter of the claims appended hereto. Those skilled in the art will appreciate that the conception, upon which this disclosure is based, may readily be utilized as a basis for the designing of other sheeting, methods and systems for carrying out the several purposes of the present trademark design. It is important, therefore, that the claims be regarded as including such equivalent constructions insofar as they do not depart from the spirit and scope of the present trademark design, titled Insul Plus:TM.
The purpose of the foregoing, is to enable the public, and practitioners in the art who are not familiar with new trademark designs, to determine quickly from a cursory inspection the nature and essence of the technical disclosure of the product. The foregoing is intended to define the trademark design of the Insull Plus:TM , which is measured by the claims, it is not intended to be limiting as to the scope of the trademark design in any way.
It is therefore an object of Insull Plus:TM to provide a new sheeting which has all the advantages claimed.
It is another object of Insull Plus:TM to provide a new and improved sheeting which may be easily and efficiently manufactured and marketed.
It is a further object of Insull Plus:TM to provide a new sheeting which is of a durable and reliable construction. Manufactured from such materials of good quality and possibly recycled plastic.
These together with the various features of novelty which characterize the trademark design, are pointed out in claims that are forming a part of this document. For a better understanding of the trademark design, reference should be made to the accompanying drawings/illustration and descriptive matter in which there is illustrated preferred embodiments of the design.
The trademark design will be better understood when consideration is given to the following description thereof. Such description makes reference to the annexed illustration/ drawings wherein: The illustration diagram are of Insull Plus:TM .
FIG. 1 Is an illustration diagram of Insull Plus:TM .
With reference now to the illustration/drawings, and in particular to FIGS.# 1 thereof, a new and improved , product embodying the principles and concepts of the present trademark design are enclosed. Insull Plus:TM is for effecting an increased insulation R-Value with its use.
As to the manner of usage of the trademark design, the same should be apparent from the above disclosure and accordingly no further discussion relative to the manner of usage and operation of Insull Plus:TM shall be provided.
With respect to the above description then, it is to be realized that the two dimensional relationships for the sheets of the trademark design , to include variations in size and use, are deemed readily apparent and obvious to one skilled in the art, and all equivalent relationships to those illustrated in the drawings and described in the document are intended to be encompassed by the present trademark design.The foregoing is considered as illustrative of the principles of Insull Plus:TM Since numerous modifications and changes will readily occur to those skilled in the art, it is not desired to limit the trademark design to the exact construction and operation shown and described, and accordingly, all suitable modifications and equivalents may be resorted to, falling within the scope of the trademark design.


Insull Plus:TM Copyright-June 11, 2021: by Emmor Ray Sperry. The distinctive design of Insull Plus:TM and the words Insull Plus:TM are trademarks of Emmor Ray Sperry. An excusive copyright is claimed on the entire text, all drawings and illustrations of Insull Plus:TM that exist and the perforated soft polyurethane sheeting plastic , titled Insull Plus:TM Any infringement on this copyright or this trademark, in whole or in part, without permission in wrighting from Emmor Ray Sperry, is strictly prohibited. United States Registration is filed. Application Case number:1-10554860071. American, Canadian and foreign patents are under consideration.

Vertachair:TM

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 [  U.S.A.Provisional Patent Application # 62/707,658 ]
“Vertachair:tm” is a trade mark design for a new and improved type of sitting chair.
The first chair designed with healthy sitting in mind. This chair is designed in a KIT form and is to be
assembled  [ Puts togrther in minutes without glue ] by the consumer.  
[#1]  Vertachair:tm is similar to a traditional dining room table chair [ both side chairs and arm chairs] that has a seat 16 to18 inch from the floor; a back that is about 35 to 45 inches high; 16 to 26 inches wide at the front and 13 to 23 inches wide at the back of the seat and a depth of 16 to 24 inches. This trade mark design applies to living room chairs, counter-height chairs, benches and any piece of furniture that is designed to sit on.  The trade mark design of Vertachair:tm has one [1] new features added to a traditional chair to improve posture and particularly to help relieve the pain, of vertebra and mussel stress do to chronic back pain. The new design in which an exclusive property or privilege is claimed  from a traditional chair to the trade mark design, titled “Vertachair:tm” are defined, in this paragraph [#1] and paragraph [#2].
[#2] A traditional Dining room table chair as set forth in paragraphs[#1] wherein the seat of the chair has an incline slope of  10 to 20 degrees and 15 degrees is the optimum angle below the horizontal plain.
 
 FIELD OF THE TRADE MARK DESIGN:
[A]  This trade mark design  relates generally to sitting chairs and particularly to a chair with one new improvement used to improve posture and particularly to help relieve the pain, of vertebra and mussel stress do to chronic back pain. Also, the back of the Vertachair is always perpendicular to the floor.
BACKGROUND OF CHAIRS:
 [B]  It has long been known that chairs are use to sit on. That traditional chairs have a seat that is  parallel with the floor and is horizontal.
THE DISADVANTAGES :
[C]  Do to the design of a traditional chairs a person is sitting with all of his/her upper body weight on the base of the spine; this can cause pain and/or create pain in the persons back.
ADVANTAGES OF “Vertachair:tm” OVER TRADITIONAL chairs:
[D]  In view of the foregoing disadvantages inherent in the known types of chairs now present in prior art, the present trade mark design provides a  trade mark design wherein the same may be improved to effectively decrease amount of pain from sitting in a traditional chair. Also with the Vertachair design a person is able to sand up easier from the sitting position. Vertachair improves a persons posture.
When using Vertachair a portion of a persons upper body weight is transferred through the spine  then down through the legs to the feet and then on to the floor.   
[E]   There has thus been outlined, the more important features of Vertachair in order that the detailed description thereof may be better understood, and in order that the present contribution to the art may be better appreciated. There are, of course, additional features of Vertachair that will form the subject matter of the claim appended hereto. Those skilled in the art will appreciate that the conception, upon which this disclosure is based, may readily be utilized as a basis for the designing of other structures, methods and systems for carrying out the several purposes of the present trade mark design. It is important, therefore, that the claim be regarded as including such equivalent constructions insofar as they do not depart from the spirit and scope of the present trade mark design, titled “Vertachair” .
                               
[F]  The purpose of the foregoing, is to enable the  public, and practitioners in the art who are not familiar with new trade mark designs, to determine quickly from a cursory inspection the nature and essence of the technical disclosure of the apparatus . The foregoing is intended to define the trade mark design of the Vertachair, which is measured by the claims, it is not intended to be limiting as to the scope of the trade mark design in any way.
[G]  It is therefore an object of Vertachair to provide a new and improved chair design which has all the advantages of the prior art and new and improved advantages.
 
[H]  It is another object of Vertachair to provide a new and improved chair design which may be easily and efficiently manufactured and marketed.
[I]  It is a further object of Vertachair to provide a new and improved chair design which is of a durable and reliable construction.                            
[J]   An even further object of Vertachair  is to provide a new and improved chair design which is susceptible of a low cost of manufacture with regard to both materials and labor, and which accordingly is then susceptible of low prices of sale to the consuming public, thereby making such chairs economically available to the buying public.                                                    
[K]   Another object of Vertachair is to provide a new and improved chair design wherein the same is formed as a chair that increases the effective manner of pain relieved,when sitting.
[L]   These together with the various features of novelty which characterize the trade mark design, are pointed out in claim that are forming a part of this document. For a better understanding of the trade mark design, reference should be made to the accompanying drawings, pictures and descriptive matter in which there is illustrated preferred embodiments of the design. A picture of “Vertachair:tm” is enclosed with this document and is a part of this document.
[M]  The trade mark design will be better understood when consideration is given to the following  description thereof. Such description makes reference to the annexed pictures/ drawings wherein:
FIG. 1 is left side view of the dining chair;
Fig: 2 is the Right side view of chair:
Fig: 3 is the front view of chair:
Fig: 4  is a perspective view of the chair.   
[N]   With reference now to the picture/drawings, and in particular to FIGS. 1,2,3 & 4 thereof, a new and improved chair design, titled “Vertachair” embodying the principles and concepts of the present trade mark design are enclosed.  Vertachair is for effecting an increased ease of sitting and decrease pain of sitting and  to enhance use.  As to the manner of usage and operation of the trade mark design, the same should be apparent from the above disclosure and accordingly no further discussion relative to the manner of usage and operation of Vertachair shall be provided.
[O]   With respect to the above description then, it is to be realized that the optimum dimensional relationships for the parts of the trade mark design , to include variations in size, materials, shape, form,  assembly and use, are deemed readily apparent and obvious to one skilled in the art, and all equivalent relationships to those illustrated in the drawings and described in the document are intended to be encompassed by the present trade mark design.
The foregoing is considered as illustrative only of the principles of Vertachair. Since numerous modifications and changes will readily occur to those skilled in the art, it is not desired to limit the trade mark design to the exact construction and operation shown and described, and accordingly, all suitable modifications and equivalents may be resorted to, falling within the scope of the trade mark design. Enclosed within and as part of this document is a picture of a working prototype of the trade mark design titled  “Vertachair”.
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VERTACHAIR : TM:  Copyright-August   10, 2013:  by Emmor Ray Sperry. The distinctive design of " Vertachair ", the word " Vertachair " and the three dimensional trademark of Vertachair are trademarks of Emmor Ray Sperry. The distinctive slope of the seat are  part of the trade mark design of Vertachair. An exclusive copyright is claimed on the entire text, all drawings and sketches of “Vertachair” that exist and the design, titled “Vertachair”.  Any infringement on this copyright or this trademark, in whole or in part, without permission in wrighting from Emmor Ray Sperry, is strictly prohibited. A United States registered copyright number is "TXu-1-878-303".
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Shark Fins:TM

 

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*Shark Fins:tm allow a swimmer to perform all four swim strokes, Freestyle, Butterfly, Back stroke, Breast stroke and swim down under the water.
  
[1] Shark Fins-tm are an arm-fitting swimming apparatus.
[2] Shark Fins-tm comprise a swim fin blade attachable to the back of the forearms, wrists and hands of a swimmer and formed of a resilient material for improved propulsion while swimming. In a preferred embodiment, the fin comprises a single stiffening member, covering the back of the hand, the back of the wrist and the top of “the radius and ulna of the forearm”. The fin is attached to the forearm, wrists and hands, with a hand grip for the hand, and belt straps for the wrist and forearm.
[3]The embodiment of Shark Fins-tm in which an exclusive property or privilege is claimed are defined as follows.
[3.1] An Arm-fitting swimming apparatus comprising,
a one piece swimming fin blade  that is attached to the hand, wrist and forearm of a swimmer.
[3.2] An Arm-fitting swimming apparatus as set forth in claim 1 wherein one swimming fin blade is attached to each arm of a swimmer.
[3.3] An Arm-fitting swimming apparatus as set forth in claims 1and 2  wherein the inside edge of the swim fin blade, toward the swimmers body and along the radius bone of the forearm , is a straight edge. The swim fin blade terminates, on the forearm, just before the elbow. The outside edge of the swim fin blade is irregular but in the general shape of a semicircle.
[3.4] An Arm-fitting swimming apparatus as set forth in claims 1 and 2 and 3 wherein each swim fin blade is attached to the hand by a hand grip. The hand grip is on the under side of the swim fin and [it is near top area of the fin] is at ninety degrees to the straight edge and parallel with the swim fin body. The swimmers hand makes a fist around the swim fins hand grip.
[3.5] An Arm-fitting swimming apparatus as set forth in claims 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 herein each swim fin blade is attached to the swimmers wrist by means of a  fastening belt that is on the under side of the swim fins and fastened to the fins. The fastening belt straps are at ninety degrees to the straight edge of the swim fin and in the area  where the swimmers wrist is placed on the fin, when griping the “hand grip”.
[3.6]  An Arm-fitting swimming apparatus as set forth in claim 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and 5 wherein each swim fin blade is attached to the swimmers forearm by means of a  fastening belt that is on the under side of the swim fins and fastened to the fins. The fastening belt straps are at ninety degrees to the straight edge of the swim fin and in the area  where the swimmers forearm is placed on the fin, when griping the “hand grip”. The fastening belt straps on the forearm area of the fin are near the swimmers elbow.       
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[4] FIG. 2 shows a plan view of a preferred embodiment of a swim fin blade  according to the trade mark design. A swim fin blade incorporating the principles of Shark Fins-tm comprises a relatively stiff swim fin which may be formed of a flexible plastic, such as a polyurethane, rubber or the like, although it is envisioned that to ensure assumption of the correct shape upon movement of the fin of the trade mark design through the water may require use of exotic high strength, low mass materials such as Kevlar or carbon fiber. The shape of the swim fin, in general configuration, is that of the printed capital letter “D”. The inside edge of the swim fin, toward the swimmers body and along the radius bone of the forearm , is a straight edge. The overall area of the swim fin blade is not relevant to the trade mark design.  The hand grip is on the under side of the swim fin and [it is near top area of the fin] is at ninety degrees to the straight edge and parallel with the swim fin body. The swimmers hand makes a fist around the swim fins hand grip. The fastening belts for the swimmers wrists and forearms are on the under side of the swim fins and fastened to the fins. The straps are at ninety degrees to the straight edge and in the area  where the swimmers wrists is placed on the fin and on the forearm area of the fin near the elbow.       

[5]Field of the trade mark design titled - Shark Fins-tm:
The Shark Fins relate to a swim fin, and more particularly relates to a new and improved Arm-fitting swimming apparatus fin utilizing a unique swim fin blade design,  a unique hand grip on the swim fin blade and belt straps to fasten the wrist and forearm to the swim fin blade.
[6] Description of the Prior Art:
The use of swim gloves with webbed fingers and hand plates or paddles for swimming use, is well known in the prior art. Swim gloves and plates are utilized to enhance the effective surface area of a swimmer to enhance the movement of a swimmer through  water, while swimming. Swim gloves of the prior art utilize webbing of the fingers to enable manual dexterity and enhance the speed of the swimmer in water. The use of full length finger webbing and plates  is  to provide extra surface area when swimming and during water maneuvers, such as rescue operations, swimming in rough waters, or enhanced resistance to increase body strength for swimming. In prior art the hand is always open, when swimming, but a swimmer does not achieve maximum surface area of the hand, wrist and forearm.
[7] The prior art has not provided the availability of maximum effective surface area, of a swimmers hand, wrist and forearm, to enhance the movement of a swimmer through water, while swimming.
[8] It may be appreciated that there is a continuing need for a new and improved swimming apparatus wherein the same addresses the availability of maximum effective surface area, of a swimmers hand, wrist and forearm, to enhance the movement of a
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swimmer through water. The present trade mark design substantially fulfills the needed,  enhanced resistance of the hands, wrists and forearms when swimming.                                        

[9] In view of the foregoing disadvantages inherent in the known types of swimming apparatus [ gloves and hand plates] now present in the prior art, the present trade mark design provides a swim apparatus wherein the same may be secured to an individual swimmers hand, wrist and forearm as desired, to effectively increase the effective surface area of the swimmers arms. The general purpose of Shark Fins, which will be described subsequently in greater detail, is to provide a new and improved arm-swimming apparatus which has all the advantages of the prior art swimming apparatus [ gloves, hand plates] and new and improved advantages. With this swimming apparatus the swimmers hand is closed, in a fist position, griping the “hand grip” on Shark Fins .
[10] There has thus been outlined, the more important features of Shark Fins-tm in order that the detailed description thereof that follows may be better understood, and in order that the present contribution to the art may be better appreciated. There are, of course, additional features of Shark Fins that will be described hereinafter and which will form the subject matter of the claims appended hereto. Those skilled in the art will appreciate that the conception, upon which this disclosure is based, may readily be utilized as a basis for the designing of other structures, methods and systems for carrying out the several purposes of the present trade mark design. It is important, therefore, that the claims be regarded as including such equivalent constructions insofar as they do not depart from the spirit and scope of the present trade mark design, titled “Shark Fins-tm” .
[11] The purpose of the foregoing, is to enable the  public, and practitioners in the art who are not familiar with new trade mark designs, to determine quickly from a cursory inspection the nature and essence of the technical disclosure of the application. The foregoing is intended to define the trade mark design of the swimming apparatus, which is measured by the claims, it is not intended to be limiting as to the scope of the trade mark design in any way.
[12] It is therefore an object of Shark Fins to provide a new and improved arm-fitting swimming apparatus which has all the advantages of the prior art and new and improved advantages.
 
[13] It is another object of Shark Fins to provide a new and improved arm-fitting swimming apparatus which may be easily and efficiently manufactured and marketed.
[14] It is a further object of Shark Fins to provide a new and improved arm-fitting swimming apparatus which is of a durable and reliable construction.

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[15] An even further object of Shark Fins is to provide a new and improved arm-fitting swimming apparatus which is susceptible of a low cost of manufacture with regard to
both materials and labor, and which accordingly is then susceptible of low prices of sale to the consuming pubic, thereby making such arm-fitting swimming apparatus economically available to the buying public.                                                    
[16] Another object of Shark Fins is to provide a new and improved arm-fitting swimming apparatus wherein the same is formed as a swim fin that enlarges the effective surface area of the swimmers arms.
[17] These together with the various features of novelty which characterize the trade mark design, are pointed out in claims annexed to and forming a part of this document. For a better understanding of the trade mark design, reference should be made to the accompanying drawings and descriptive matter in which there is illustrated preferred embodiments of the design.

[18] The trade mark design will be better understood when consideration is given to the following detailed description thereof. Such description makes reference to the annexed drawings wherein:
[18A] FIG. 1 is an isometric illustration of the arm-fitting swimming apparatus fin blade [Shark Fins-tm] with the swimmers hand, wrist and forearm facing up and gripping the “hand grip” and the wrist and forearm fastened, with the belt straps, to the fin blade.
  
[18B] FIG. 2 is a top view illustration of the arm-fitting swimming apparatus of the trade mark design.
[19] With reference now to the drawings, and in particular to FIGS. 1 and 2 thereof, a new and improved Arm-fitting swimming apparatus, titled “Shark Fins-tm”  embodying the principles and concepts of the present trade mark design.
[20] More specifically, it will be noted that the arm-fitting swimming apparatus of the trade mark design titled “Shark Fins-tm” substantially comprises an arm-fitting swimming apparatus includes a distinctive fin blade design FIGS. 1 and 2. [A], the distinctive and unique hand grip FIGS. 1 and 2. [B], and the wrist and forearm belt straps FIGS. 1 and 2. [C] .                                                         
[21] Shark Fins [arm-fitting swimming apparatus] is for effecting an increased surface area to enhance use by swimmers; for use in rough water, rescue operations, and to be  utilized by strong swimmers.
 
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[22]  It is further understood that the Arm-fitting swimming apparatus is made in matching pairs, whereas only the left is illustrated but the right hand understandably is simply a mirror image of the left hand and its illustration is not deemed necessary.
[23] As to the manner of usage and operation of the trade mark design, the same should be apparent from the above disclosure and accordingly no further discussion relative to the manner of usage and operation of Shark Fins –tm shall be provided.
[24] With respect to the above description then, it is to be realized that the optimum dimensional relationships for the parts of the trade mark design , to include variations in size, materials, shape, form, function and manner of operation, assembly and use, are deemed readily apparent and obvious to one skilled in the art, and all equivalent relationships to those illustrated in the drawings and described in the document are intended to be encompassed by the present trade mark design.
[25] The foregoing is considered as illustrative only of the principles of Shark Fins-tm. Since numerous modifications and changes will readily occur to those skilled in the art, it is not desired to limit the trade mark design to the exact construction and operation shown and described, and accordingly, all suitable modifications and equivalents may be resorted to, falling within the scope of the trade mark design.
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[26] SHARK FINS-TM: Copyright-December  10 , 2007:  by Emmor Ray Sperry. The distinctive design of " SHARK FINS ", the words " SHARK FINS " are trademarks of Emmor Ray Sperry. The distinctive fin blade design, the distinctive and unique hand grip, and the wrist and forearm belt straps are all part of the trade mark design of Shark Fins. An excusive copyright is claimed on the entire text, all drawings and sketches of “Shark Fins-tm” that exist and the arm-fitting swimming apparatus, titled “SHARK FINS”.  Any infringement on this copyright or this trademark, in whole or in part, without permission in wrighting from Emmor Ray Sperry, is strictly prohibited. A United States registered copyright number [TXu001616242].  American, Canadian and foreign patents are under acute rumination & consideration.
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Wall Globe:TM

In 2018 and the years of global positioning and Goggle Earth a new world map is only about 200 years late.[ha-ha] This world map projection would have been a real hit in 1850.
Wall Globe:TM is a new world map projection. What makes this projection different and maybe a little better than former world projections like Mercator, Molleide, Boggs and Robinson is that the land is not cut up and the land pieces [Continents] are at a relative correct size to each other. Greenland is much smaller than Australia in the real world and it is on this map as well.
A few years ago, I contacted a lady in the USA, that has a PhD in cartography and 15
years with the US government map services, she confirmed to me [in a letter] that in her opinion Wall Globe:TM is in fact a new world projection.  [ USA Copyright number is  VAu 648566 ]

Urban Towergarden:TM

 URBAN TOWERGARDEN:TM 
 Patent  Filed.
Stage of Project :  "Prototype" & pre-commerialization           
 
 
 The Urban Towergarden is a vertical garden apparatus . It enables people with a deck or patio to grow their own food, and also turns their food waste into nutrient rich fertilizer. Our target market includes city dwellers living in apartments or condos with patios, particularly baby boomers who are downsizing, individuals living in senior homes, institutions such as schools and correctional facilities as well as cruise ships, nursing homes and housing co-operatives.
It is easy to construct and un-assemble, as all the components are 1/4 inch white ABS sheet plastic.
There will be  3 models,  a 3 foot by 1 foot square model titled "Butterfly" [no composter] ,a 3 sided model titled "Bumblebee" and a 4 foot high by 24 inch square  model titled "Humming Bird" and it has 50 lineal feet of planting shelves. Urban Towergarden: TM "kit" is an integral part of the Urban Towergarden design. The entire Kit snaps together with interlocking panels. There are some direct competitors, but no other vertical garden comes in 'KIT" form. The wheels on our 4 foot high product also make it easy to move when in use, and it can be rotated to provide the plants with optimal sun exposure. We believe there is remarkable potential for our product, and as a social enterprise we have social and environmental benefits. We are operating as a social enterprise with a hybrid business model because our product will produce both social value and commercial revenue. Our social objective is to encourage more people to grow their own fruits, vegetables and/or herbs instead of purchasing produce that has travelled many kilometers for consumption. In addition to reducing carbon emissions by eliminating the supply chain, growing your own food ensures the food you eat is fresh, healthy and organic. Furthermore, the internal vermicomposting component helps reduce food waste by recycling your food scraps into nutrient rich soil. The Urban Towergarden will be particularly appealing to people living in urban areas because it can easily be set up on a deck or patio. It is also well suited for seniors and other individuals with physical limitations, and could be used at schools to help children learn about growing vegetables and composting food. The Urban Towergarden comes in kit form, comprised of assembling instructions and the pieces. It is easy to construct and disassemble for easy transport, and all the components are flat for convenient storage. 
Marketing Analysis and Marketing Plan: 
Industry Profile and Trends Societies around the world are starting to understand the negative consequences of conventional agricultural practises. The “Green Revolution” was successful in feeding a growing global population, but not without dire environmental impacts and health implications to people and animals. There is a growing trend to become a more ‘conscious consumer’ and reduce our environmental footprint by supporting local farmers. Our product enables anyone to become a farmer by providing them with a vertical garden apparatus to grow the plants they choose in a small space, such as a patio or deck. The inner vermicomposting system provides rich nutrients for your plants so you can grow healthy organic fruit, vegetables, and/or herbs without the use of chemical fertilizers.  Urban gardening is not a new phenomenon, in times of past economic hardship citizens were encouraged to grow their own food. During both the World Wars homeowners in cities were encouraged to transform lawns and flowerbeds into “Victory Gardens” to supplement the food supply. In North America, this last decade has experienced a resurgence in urban gardening. Urban gardening has been particularly important within American cities that were hit hard by the 2008 financial crisis. Communities referred to as urban food deserts have limited access to grocery stores that carry fresh fruits and vegetables. This has motivated many communities to start growing their own food. Some Canadian cities also have urban food deserts. For example, in a study published in the International Journal of Health Geographic, researchers found that the number of residents who had easy access to a supermarket  has dropped from 75 per cent to 20 per cent over 40 years . If more people are able to grow their own produce this will help increase their food security and long term resilience. Urbanization is a global trend and  city population will continue to increase, creating even more demand for garden plots. Although community gardens are important for building social capital, people should not have to wait for a plot to be able to grow their own food. By providing an affordable alternative to a plot, the Urban Towergarden can help provide people in apartments a space to grow their own food.  A rising interest in city gardening has also lead to an increase of gardening apparatuses on the market. Even Ikea has recently released open-source blueprints for building a large DIY spherical gardening apparatus called the Grow Room, and have started selling tiered indoor gardening units and gardening supplies. Other vertical gardening products are on the market, but none of them come in kit form.
"Urban Towergarden:TM"  " Patent filed." & U.S.A. Copyright number: TXu002023834.
 
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