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? in?ven?tor \in-ˈven-tər\ noun: One who produces (as something useful) for the first time through the use of the imagination or of ingenious thinking and experiment.
~Merriam Webster Dictionary

PorPeoples' Product Protection Pre Pending Patent Process (LLC)

Our Mission Statement

  Our goal at PorPeoples' Invention Registry (PPIR) is to get America Thinking. We wish to make invention proposals affordable to protect and to give economically challenged individuals an opportunity to safeguard their proposals in an effort to prevent third party interests from benefitting financially. To that effect, we are launching a national campaign to give all American's the opportunity to contribute for the public good, because when you invent, you gain instant gratification! When you invent something, it instills an immediate sense of pride and self esteem. Its the catralyst (starting point) that gets America thinking!

  There is research needed in many areas, such as technology, medicine, environment, personal, mental, and group issues. In all of this, our goal is to keep our inventions out of the hands of greedy corporations. One example of what can happen involves a dispute beween the U.S. Patent Office and GEneral Electric. In 1987, General Electric (GE) created a bacteria designed to eat oil produced by oil spills. Following the success of this creation, GE submitted a patent which the patent office denied, claiming that a patent could not be granted for a living organism. GE countered, claiming that since the bacteria was manufactured in a lab, it was technically a creation and therefore should be patentable. The courts eventually ruled in GE's favor opening the door for other companies to do the same. The U.S. Patent Office then created policy stating that you can patent anything on earth thats alive, except a full-birth human being. As a result of this decision, there are now many corporations that hold the patents to genes that make up a human being and it is expected that by 2010, many corporations will own the patent rights to the entire human make up. What this means is that the public will no longer have a voice in matters concerning the science of the human body! This is something we feel is unthinkable, and this is what we are striving to avoid!

  Just as important to inventing something, is the reinvention of something as well. It is by reinvention that the things that we take for granted, such as the computer you are viewing this website on, improve over time. This is our goal, to get America thinking, and turn our country back into the economic giant it once was. Think, invent, reinvent!

About Us

  We here at PPIR believe that the individual inventor should be the one to benefit from their own ideas. Too often, someone will dream up an idea that has the potential to change the way we live for the betterment of mankind, only to later have their idea stolen by a greedy corporation that either shoves out the inventor, claiming the idea as their own, or shelving that idea in an effort to maintain the status quo, as well as their profit margin. Invention promoters will allow an individual to submit their invention idea, only to later bog the inventor down in the high costs of research and developement. When the inventor cannot pay for the R & D, their invention often becomes the property of that agency, who may sell it to another company, basically shoving the inventor - the original creater of the idea - out altogether! Inevitably, the inventor often has no legal recourse whatsoever. Patent attorneys and the patent office cannot help you once your idea becomes public, and even they may be too expensive when it comes to help.

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  We are not attorneys, insurance agents, or even remotely connected to any patent office. We are a group of citizens concerned with the current economy and what can be done to create a better tomorrow for anyone and everyone. We want America thinking about ways to improve not only an individual?s station in life, but the lives of everyone as well. As President John F. Kennedy stated, "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country."

  Our goal at PPIR is to have the word inventor placed on a job description as a legitimate career path. Inventions are created out of necessity, to make lives easier and more enjoyable to live. Isn?t it only right for the individuals responsible for that to get proper credit for their ideas? Our concept is to safeguard an inventor?s ideas by placing them for safe keeping through our registry. If you have an idea for an invention that you would like to submit, or even have a question regarding our service, please send an email to our administrators at:


How to Register your Idea with PPIR

  • Click here and follow the registration instructions.

  •   To register with PPIR for one year, please submit your invention ideas, diagrams, schematicas and proposals on the registry form (click here to copy and paste the registry form to your computer) , along with a postal money order in the amount of $25.00 plus $5.00 for your return confirmation (total $30.00) to:

    PorPeoples' Invention Registry
    3315 Matherfield Road 3
    Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

  Children under 18 years of age click here to register your invention proposals for free!

PorPeoples' Invention Registry Disclaimer:

  PPIR is a limited liability corporation (LLC). We will not sell your inventions to a third party registry or any other companies interested in your inventions. We will store your ideas for one full year from your date of registry, and you may reregister at any time after your registry expires on an annual basis. We are here as a registry service and storage facility for invention ideas only. PPIR will not conduct research and development on behalf of our clients. It is the sole responsibility of the inventor to pursue their own invention goals.

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