You've probably heard of this company, Bigelow Aerospace. Earlier this week they launched an inflatable space station model. I was just noting on their website:
That the following terms have the little trademark sign after them:
Fly Your Stuff (tm)
Out There (tm)
Life and Death (tm)
By Your Command (tm)
What exactly does that mean? If I use the words "Out There" am I diluting their valuable intellectual property? In google I get over two million hits on the word Multiverse. There is even a wiki page. But this company has registered it as a trademark? What does that mean?