A man, Daniel S. Kline, claims that he is suffering from celerant technology syndrome, or CTS, that makes him feel like he can’t “see” his body and doesn’t “feel” his own emotions. The lawsuit filed in California state court claims that the CTS results from the inability of the human brain to “adapt to the new, unfamiliar, and increasingly sophisticated technology.
Technological advances in the past few years are leading to a growing number of people with CTS, a condition in which there is a disconnect between the brain and the body, and its symptoms usually include poor vision, pain or discomfort in the eyes or neck, and headaches. It is believed that CTS can be caused by new technology, the internet, and by certain chemicals in the environment as well.
For a while, it seemed that the only new technology was the cellphone. Celerant patients who were treated in the past have told me that the treatments they received in the early 2000s left them with no memory of what they did.
One thing that many people don’t realize is that the brain has a lot of chemicals. Some of these chemicals are chemicals that are good for the brain (like dopamine) and some are bad (like acetylcholine). One of the chemicals that is always overactive is serotonin. Serotonin is a chemical that is the brain’s “feel good” hormone. It’s involved in many things like mood, pain, and sleep. It’s also involved in learning and memory.
Many of the people who created celerant technology died before they could fully realize the potential of the technology. And now the company has filed a patent for a way to take a memory of a person and turn it into a weapon. In this case, a way to take a person’s memories and turn it into a weapon like a gun.
The patents are being filed. I’m not sure if the patent is a direct infringement or if some of the other people who filed the patent are even aware of the patent. I don’t know if any of the other people in this discussion are in fact unaware of this patent. In all cases, the patent is in fact a direct infringement.
The patent is a direct infringement.
The patent for the celerant technology is called the “Memory Controlled Weapon” and consists of a device that can be built into a car, with an attached gun and ammunition. It is possible to “store” memories. You can think of it like a memory card… a memory card can hold a person’s memory or even multiple memories. The patent is in fact a direct infringement of the “Memory Controlled Weapon” patent.
In short, the patent is a direct infringement of the Memory Controlled Weapon patent. The patent is a direct infringement of the Memory Controlled Weapon patent. The patent is a direct infringement of the Memory Controlled Weapon patent.
The main problem here is that the patents can’t be sued over because they don’t actually exist. It’s a known situation, but it’s a fairly large one and its patent is in fact a known situation. The patent is a known situation, but it’s not a known situation.