The apparent change in this guy's technical discipline can be pretty easily explained. In a lot of cases, some or all of the people listed on a patent are not the actual people who came up with the idea; they are just the manager of the people that came up with the idea or the government program manager that commissioned the work.

It should also be said that, just because the USPTO gives you a patent, it doesn't mean that your technology can work or does work. Government technical professionals are incentivized to file as many frivolous patents as possible, because they get atta boys and good boy points from their superiors for every patent they are awarded. Obviously, you can't just patent simple, easy to verify ideas frivolously; it would be too easy to disprove by the USPTO, and you wouldn't get your good boy points. So, instead, government people patent the most complicated, lofty, and impossible to disprove garbage possible. When the USPTO gets the application, they can't disprove it; it sounds smart; and that's good enough for their brainlet patent clerks. It's also worth mentioning that filing a patent can cost several thousand dollars in fees. The USPTO makes a lot of its money from these fees. The more patents coming through the door, the more money the USPTO makes, so they have a perverse incentive not to look at the garbage that gets patented too hard.

As for this guy's 20 year gap in patents, it might reflect him working solely on classified projects for that period. Either way, the government is definitely interested in controlling your mind and subjugating you completely. Their technical capability to actually control your mind through high tech means, rather than good ole fashioned gaslighting and media manipulation, is, however, debatable.

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