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Thanks. The "hand of man" test is another one of these poorly thought our test by our Supreme Court. A painting evidences the "hand of man" but clearly is not an invention. An invention is a human creation (not reproduction), that has an objective, as opposed to a subjective or aesthetic result. Human creations with a subjective result are the subject of copyrights.

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