I'm wondering if any of you have a space x contact.
I don't do resume's, as I'm a bit of a 'space oddity'.
Folks of that nature, ie, high IQ autodidacts who've successfully beat all engineering challenges they've ever met or looked at, that sort don't do resumes and don't function in regimented worlds... like jobs, resumes, salaries, working hours, and so on.
To be clear, I've never failed in any single given engineering design challenge I've ever taken on. Ever. Up to and including, fundamental physics.
I have a landing solution for space x, that is more than likely superior to all else they've tried or considered. Something that is repeatable and largely failure proof.
Like all such companies, to keep the cranks out, the front door at Space X is, for lack of a better term..'locked'.
The problem is, that when they make it difficult to contact them, they also lock out the folks like me. They loose the wheat they look for, when they fight so hard to lock out the chaff.
I'm not interested in jobs, I'm interested in giving them a hand, and we'll see how it goes.
Thanks for any help you may provide.
"benplace" wrote:To be clear, I've never failed in any single given engineering design challenge I've ever taken on. Ever. Up to and including, fundamental physics.
Can you fix the Judder in my DK2?
You've made breakthoroughs in 'fundamental physics'?
That sounds very interesting - have you been published? Shared these with anyone?
The article asserted that problem solving speed doubles every 10 IQ points. The Promethean would later go on to revise the figure to every 5 points. Yes, reaction time (information processing speed) has a beautifully Gaussian distribution, but because the human mind operates in parallel, an IQ 105 is not 5% smarter than an IQ of 100, but rather twice as smart! And an IQ of 110 is four times smarter! Although the Promethean never put it in those terms, this inference was based upon the fact that no matter how cognitively homogeneous a classroom, the difference in learning speed is always at least an order of magnitude. Think back to your high school math class. The brightest kid in the class grasped what the teacher was talking about in seconds, while the dullest may take all year.
IQ 40 = BP 1
IQ 45 = BP 2
IQ 50 = BP 4
IQ 55 = BP 8
IQ 60 = BP 16
IQ 65 = BP 32
IQ 70 = BP 64
IQ 75 = BP 128
IQ 80 = BP 256
IQ 85 = BP 512
IQ 90 = BP 1,024
IQ 95 = BP 2,048
IQ 100 = BP 4,096
IQ 105 = BP 8,192
IQ 110 = BP 16,384
IQ 115 = BP 32,768
IQ 120 = BP 65,536
IQ 125 = BP 131,072
IQ 130 = BP 262,144
IQ 135 = BP 524,288
IQ 140 = BP 1 million
IQ 145 = BP 2 million
IQ 150 = BP 4 million