Check out this patent application. Excerpts from the beginning and the end:
Christopher Anthony Roller is a godly entity. "Granters" had been given my powers (acquired my powers) (via God probably). These "granters" have been receiving financial gain from godly powers. These "granters" may be using their powers without morals. Chris Roller wants exclusive right to the ethical use and financial gain in the use of godly powers on planet Earth. The design of godly-products have no constraints, just like any other invention, but the ethnic consideration of it's use will likely be based on a majority vote of a group, similar to law creation. The commission I require could range from 0-100% of product price, depending on the product's value and use....
Christopher Anthony Roller wants exclusive right to the ethical use and financial gain in the use of godly powers on planet Earth.
Questions: If Roller is a godly entity, why does he need protection from the U.S. patent system? Conversely, if he seeks an exclusive right to the ethical use and financial gain in the use of godly powers, then presumably he expects that some other entity would use godly powers were it not for the patent -- how then can the U.S. patent system stand against his rival's godly powers?
Or is it that Roller vs. Competitor = deadlock, while Roller + U.S. patent system vs. Competitor = victory for Roller, even if only by a hair?
Many thanks to Michael Barclay for the pointer.