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Lloyd Geoffrey, Randall Carr, Donald L Carr, Rodger H Flagg: Apparatus and process for the recovery of oil. Warren H Kintzinger, April 24, 1984: US04444255 (231 worldwide citation)

A pair of electrodes is floated on the surface of the oil at the base of a oil well. An AC high frequency current is imposed across the gap in the electrodes to develop microfine carbon which serves as a catalyst for the electrolytic decomposition of petroleum by a plurality of elongated, nonspark-g ...


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Rodger H Flagg, W Bruce Barham, Deborah Anne Stokes, Glen Elliot Kotapish: Method and apparatus for magnetic brain wave stimulation. December 20, 2005: US06978179 (70 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a streamlined magnetic brain wave stimulation apparatus, which receives electronic signals based upon pre-recorded brain wave patterns. The brain wave patterns actuate electromagnets placed on a user's neck adjacent to the user's brainstem, to create a plurality of m ...


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Rodger H Flagg: Plant growing system utilizing pneumatic pressure. Rodger H Flagg, April 13, 1982: US04324069 (32 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for periodically supplying liquid to the root system of plants, utilizing pneumatic pressure to displace liquid in a chamber located beneath a plant support to a higher level accessible to the plant root system; and a means to release the pneumatic pressure in the chamber, all ...


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Rodger H Flagg: Free standing modular display. Rodger H Flagg, Ryan Ward, January 25, 2011: US07874090 (23 worldwide citation)

At least two upright subassemblies, each with a base, radial positioning members; an outer tubular member, an inner tubular member slidably received in the outer tubular member; a plunger for selective engagement with aperture(s) in the outer tubular member, upper and lower horizontal bars secured t ...


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Randall Carr, L E Geoffroy, Rodger H Flagg, Donald L Carr: Method and apparatus for producing hydrogen. November 11, 1980: US04233132 (17 worldwide citation)

Electrodes are immersed within oil which forms a layer over a quantity of water. When current is passed between the electrodes which are held to a predetermined gap from the interstitial surface between the oil and water, water is caused to undergo electrodecomposition. Gaseous hydrogen is then reco ...


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Rodger H Flagg: Apparatus for salvage compacting. David A Lundy, January 25, 1983: US04369700 (15 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for compacting salvage. The apparatus has a crushing pad pivoted at one end to a generally horizontal frame. The crushing pad is moved from a generally vertical position to a generally horizontal position by a fluid cylinder assembly and articulate linkage to accomplish the crushing eff ...


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Rodger H Flagg: Hand operated, dual chambered, pneumatic pump. Rodger H Flagg, June 15, 1982: US04334839 (14 worldwide citation)

A hand operated twin piston air pump, which pumps air under pressure in both directions, that includes a means to disengage pump handles when pumping pressures increase. Thus, twice the volume of air may be readily pumped while pressures are low, and half the piston area may be readily pumped when p ...


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Rodger H Flagg: Heating device. Rodger H Flagg, March 22, 1983: US04377153 (13 worldwide citation)

A heating device for consuming a combustionable fuel, having an internal combustion chamber with top, sides, ends, and a grate forming the bottom; an outer shell, having a top, sides, ends, and a bottom in spaced relation below the grate; a primary air supply adapted to distribute the air beneath th ...


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Rodger H Flagg: Structure of inflatable tubes with closed loop connectors. Rodger H Flagg, January 12, 1982: US04309851 (9 worldwide citation)

The modular construction elements are formed of flexible airtight material of common cross-sectional diameter and varied tubular lengths sealed to provide an inflatable chamber. Each chamber is adapted with an air valve for inflation or deflation. The varied tubular lengths, when deflated, may be ro ...


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Rodger H Flagg: Recreational device. John A Young, May 15, 1979: US04154188 (9 worldwide citation)

A recreational device consisting of two annular members and a plurality of circumferentially spaced cross members secured one at each end to the annular members to form a floatation wheel having sufficient buoyancy so that an individual can stand uprightly between the annular members and step from o ...