Is it possible to illustrate an appeal from the centre? Can one offer an emotive argument from a position that is neither one extreme, nor the other? Trapped between those who shout from their highly polarised pedestals, can those who draw a little bit from column A and a little bit from column B shout above the mayhem to make their case?
This is the example drawn from the previous content, 'A picture paints a thousand words'. It's an experiment, really. It's all very well drawing upon what people already know about crocodiles and chickens, but If I set up the story correctly do I need to voice over the final illustration to make my point? To ask my question? I have no idea, but to voice over it didn't work, so it's worth a try.
Sorry to my subscribers for posting this fragment from previous content and filling up your inboxes- I am engaged in a little experiment, for which I don't need the preamble.
Tracks 'Intervention' by Scott Buckley – www.scottbuckley.com.au
Well, despite a World of channels with millions of subscribers, gaining nearly 100 people who have expressed their interest in what I might say next by clicking that button feels like an achievement. So, thanks very much to all you subscribers out there for taking the time to listen to this content. This time, I try to understand why innovation frameworks are not wholly Scientific in nature.
I'm no philosopher, I'm just an engineer, so this one was rather hard to write. I've also probably misrepresented the source material to serve my own ends. For a proper understanding of this work I refer you to Peterson's 'Maps of Meaning', a book I have ready countless times and probably still don't really understand. All the same, I highly recommend giving it a try.
Artist: Federico Fabbiano
Music provided by Oak Studios
Stuck at home? Gym closed? TRIZ Trooper needs plenty of training to retain his edge. So, the most basic of problem solving frameworks is to always check your local resources before you start. A solution may be staring you in the face to serve your lockdown training needs.
Altshuller's TRIZ methodology contains 40 Separation Principles and 76 Standard Solutions. That's 116 problems for TRIZ Trooper to solve. That's 116 potential uploads in total. Bloody hell, this could take years.
Song "Start Your Engines" by Creo
The challenges faced by most characters in movies are usually either fairly simple or demand unknown science or magical thinking to resolve. However, relationships and character building seem to demand a challenge somewhere in between these extremes.
Song "Adventure Western Music" by Ross Bugden .
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In today's episode, we investigate an innovation lost to history -' Speed Farming'. Truly one of humanity's treasures, lost forever through misunderstanding and ignorance. Some innovations at first sound absurd. Some you assume will stay that way. https://www.sbir.gov/sbirsearch/detail/1207769 Who knew?
Would firearms be prohibited in a vulnerable space habitat? If so, we have a problem to solve. Martial arts offer wide selection of problem solving frameworks to chose from. Which martial art would be most effective in a confrontation in zero g against an opponent wearing a protective suit?
The armoured fighting clip is from here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hlIUrd7d1Q
If you're interested in know more about historical arms, I can recommend no better than my old coach: https://www.youtube.com/user/scholagladiatoria
A Terminator is designed specifically to blend into Human spaces and use stealth to achieve its mission. With Connor located by law enforcement, and fixed in custody at a police station, the Terminator need only wait for its moment to strike.
The Terminator is a war machine designed specifically to mimic humans and infiltrate their defences. Only once they have penetrated the opposition stronghold will they reveal their intention to kill all Humans. In this short essay we use problem solving frameworks to summarise how a Terminator will acquire clothing through stealth to better insinuate themselves into the Human space without revealing their presence.
The perfect Ideal Machine offers you everything that you want, at no cost.The Ideal Machine is real, and its deployment became necessary a century ago. In this report we explain why, and how.
Icons from the Noun Project https://thenounproject.com
Clips from the 2019 BBC series, Spielberg's 2005 movie, and a cracking short by Impossible Factual for History Canada.
Not all problems are solved with a single solution. Some problems demand a system of interlocking functions. Triffids are huge murderous plants that will kill you and eat you. We need to think broadly to defend ourselves from vegetable murder.
In Part 1 we describe how things were before the meteors blinded everybody.
The Ideal Outcome can be a much maligned tool. In this essay I attempt to describe how the Ideal Outcome should be used, and the benefits that it offers to the problem solver.
Protobot offers a tricky problem - can we transform a picnic blanket into a tool for self defence? Using formal tools we must first understand what a picnic blanket actually is before we transform it into a weapon.
This channel is about innovation and formal problem solving. Ross Poldark is an English gentleman and innovator. With the help of Captain Poldark we employ a metaphor to describe the objectives of this channel. Poldark is often seen gazing out to sea, considering the future. However, spare a thought for the firm foundation upon which he stands and from which he launches his ambitions.
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Innovation is hard.