Tachyon patent

The US government has confirmed evidence that Tachyonized Materials promote negative entropy. Negative entropy is a term in physics, referring to the process from imbalance and chaos to ordered and harmonious structures. This results in faster recovery and regeneration due to smoother energy flow. It’s like putting all things in place at home and nothing prevents you from enjoying the space.

ATTENTION today you will find many products using the Tachyon® logo / name.

To be sure they are quality and orignilane products with proven effectiveness:

  • Always look for the ATTI® logo (logo)
  • Check your supplier’s source (feel free to contact me :))
  • Avoid contacts that disavow ATTI and tell you about their unique truth
  • Check the price of the product or check it on the official website
  • Avoid products that are not offered by ATTI and are marked as special news, etc. ATTI has all its products listed on the official website.
  • Read reviews, ask friends, or try checking your vendor if possible

Basic information of the Patent Office:


United States Patent     7,760,357
July 20, 2010
July 20, 2010


Wagner; David (Santa Rosa, CA)
Appl. No.:           12/141,463
Filed:     June 18, 2008
Current U.S. Class:
356/366 ; 356/364; 435/219; 435/29

 Current International Class:    

G01J 4/00 (20060101); C12N 9/50 (20060101); C12Q 1/02 (20060101)

 Field of Search:      

356/364-370 435/4,7.22,7.92,29,34,219 424/94.6
References Cited [Referenced By] U.S. Patent Documents


5698411               December 1997              Lucas et al.
5849513               December 1998              Jaffe et al.
2004/0170618    September 2004             Davis et al.


Primary Examiner: Nguyen; Sang, Attorney, Agent or Firm: Sherman; Edward S.


[1] http://www.planet-tachyon.com/cs-cz/atti-usapatent.aspx


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