law of nature

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The law of nature is, Do the thing, and you shall have the Power; but they who do not the thing have not the power.
Then Sheeta, impelled by pain and hate and rage and the first law of Nature, went mad.
In granting Brooklands' motion, the Court agreed with Brooklands that the claims recited an unpatentable law of nature.
This is, in fact, a bizarre story of a wounded lion which, after the law of nature, is abandoned by its group.
National Geographic Abu Dhabi (NGAD) has announced the regional launch of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, a thrilling new 13-part series on law of nature, space and time.
Normally the law of nature is that he who rises, falls and the quicker he rises, the quicker he falls.
Myriad, the ACLU concludes, "is in effect arguing that it may obtain a patent on a product or law of nature itself if it finds a new use for it.
He explores the effects on historians of ideological and methodological prejudice generated by nationalism in interpreting the origins of Latin American nations, the law of nature and nations during independence, natural law trends, and other related topics.
The courts have been struggling with just how much application is required to turn an unpatentable natural phenomenon or law of nature into a patentable invention.
It is noted that, on one picture of God's instituting laws of nature, God wills the occurrence of every lawfully governed event, and so it is a law of nature that (W) whenever God wills that it be the case that X, X occurs.
This information could constitute an important scientific discovery, but it was an unpatentable law of nature, the Supreme Court held.
It is also an indisputable law of nature that I find myself compelled to say sorry to the equally vacuous sort of people whose banal conversations, usually about their own supposed merits, I interrupt as I seek to access the door that they are blocking.
Accordingly, to obtain patentable claims after Prometheus, the claims reciting a law of nature also should include unconventional, specific steps that transform the claimed method from one that preempts all use of the laws of nature into an inventive application of the natural law.
Institutes of Divine Jurisprudence with Selections from Foundations of the Law of Nature and Nations" is a republication of famed jurist and philosopher Christian Thomasius who throughout the seventeenth century contributed greatly tot he discussion of law and its meaning and purpose.