By virtue of being a hobbyist and not a highly-educated employee of a well-funded R&D outfit, Palmer Lucky was forced to think laterally to develop his VR headset.
Micro-managers and centrally planned businesses suffer the same destruction of creativity in their organizations as overbearing, test-driven education systems.
If you get a group energy engineers together long enough (which is, in itself, a struggle to say the least) they will inevitably start talking about thorium. The thorium-based nuclear reactor is an innovation that offers an answer to all of humanity’s largest problems. Its potential is perhaps best promoted by Reno’s own Davidson Academy … Continue reading Thorium, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Collaboration