Except here's the thing. You'd think that somewhere along the line, we'd put that technology to use. We haven't. If it exists, why haven't we done anything with it?
. . . But it has been and is being used - in plain sight, no less . . . consider the current uses of night-vision-goggles and associated extensions into the field of optics that reduce some of the limitations of one’s current visual sensory apparatus and continues to be deployed, studied, and modified into fields of interstellar exploration. . .
. . . The development of and advancement of integrated circuits and later transistor implementation from vacuum tube switching into modern electronic devices in their multi use applications, both hardware and software coding. . .
. . . Fiber optics and the greatly enhanced connectivity networks currently use. . .
. . . highly useful and durable composite materials . . .
. . . These are just a few things currently under continued development and further research. Younger folks just need to open the books, expand their knowledge in these and other areas of research and exploration of interest, and apply those stimulated neurons and synaptic associations within their cranial cavities instead of remaining expectant of easy answers passively obtained. Put some of that same science into infrastructure improvements and better decision making, for instance . . . Simply, get to work.
You’ll need to ask Stephen and Fred as well as consult historical records as they engaged in thinking outside the box . . . Generally speaking, to appreciate good science one needs to get out of the library and apply what they’ve learned every now and then. . . Current science IS NOT done science anymore than theorization finished – Just additional tools in the learning and survival process. . . It might get a little windy out on the fringes, but it’s a lot of fun, too . . . Just ask some of those in whom you confer and consult through their publications . . . You needn’t take my word for it . . .
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