And I told you I'm not going to find each individual set of orphaned works that you want.
It's not gonna happen.
I gave you a link to a library of orphaned works that may have many of the factors you want.
Lost, mislaid and abandoned property is not adverse possession.
I am aware of that.
I identified two different ways one can acquire physical property without having to consult with the owner, which you said, "Umm, it doesn't apply to most any other kind of property, either. Not even all real property."
You were wrong and you're trying to deflect.
Well it does, because the law is in contradiction and puts a higher burden on those seeking to use orphaned IP.
It serves a purpose to point out contradictions in comparable law.
It's a tangent related to law, in which the terms of one are not the same as the terms of another, I want to correct the law.
You say I want to, "get free stuff."
I guess I'm pointing out that my interest is more than getting "free stuff."
You were wrong, in relation to this quote, "Umm, it doesn't apply to most any other kind of property, either. Not even all real property."
And I already told you that I'm not going to find all these individual things you asked for.
Can you not read simple plain words?
I gave you a link to a library full of orphan works, that are orphaned for various reasons, some of which I'm sure satisfy your needs for proof.