Great minds think a like: and they are a bit off-or our they?
It is a small world after all, I was contacted a few weeks ago by someone that seen my Turing Motor online and I have been speaking with that person for a some time now he-she is also building a motor based on the same concept! My counterpart has come up with the same idea I have and we to have met online.
Now the big difference between them and me is I'm out flanked this person works for a big international firm and they are working on building a prototype of the their version of what I call the Turing Motor. "X" has asked I keep the names quiet as this is a trade secret. "X" has a pedigree of degrees and is a mechanical engineer and despite all of his-right credentials he to is laughed at as our motor idea is so "radical." Really that is a great sign all the best ideas in the world were once impossible. We joke If people liked it and understood it and were not mocking it-we would be wasting our time because we would have just invented the same thing that we are already using. "X" has an entire engineering dept. at his beck and call and has been able to work threw the early design problems a lot easier than I ever could. They were able to develop the cooling system for example, no small engineering feat in its own right.
"x" and I were talking among our selves and thinking how the motor was going to work and joked people are going to hate it at first as it is unlike anything else on earth. We noted examples of perfect engineering like the Toyota Previa the 90's world wide Van that despite it perfection was just too far ahead of its time. The majority of it shortcomings were the failure of Toyota to train their mechanics on how simple but radical it was. We chatted about other great ideas dying a quick death due to the idea the average human is not able to deal with massive amounts of change all at once. We agreed we would need a SPIN machine to educate the public because no matter how well it works how clean it runs or how many MPG it gets it will be a bad idea if the public doesn't buy it. Mother earth need this motor. I have the same problem with autism "experts" that have invented a condition they call autism but in reality they have created a mess mired in goodwill and ignorance. Trouble is the public has brought the Autism myth hook line and sinker. Even worse the autistic cheated out of their life and the chances we had to figure out our never in print before thought process that happens during the lack of eye contact will never get to bloom like we did and just think of all the Truing Motor type of ideas and the insight to the human mind that is forever lost in Rain Man's peer review and approved Autism. If autism research did the right thing it could move mankind and psychology research light years and not hold it back a few centuries like it is doing now in the name of progress.
"X" doesn't seem to be Autistic but he is a definite Picture thinker. There is an entire group of people who TRY to picture think and do it well on YAHOO. Where Autistic think in Pictures as their standard default (lack of eye contact) thought process, picture thinkers have to work to picture think and when they do they have the same results we do. Picture thought especially the 3 and 4 demission thoughts are the only thing capable of feats like this as traditional human thoughts could not really keep up with the scope of the details or the size of the project. Lots of older unaccounted for autistic might be found in the Yahoo Picture thinkers group "GASP" could we be the autistic from time gone by? One thing for sure Modern autism doesn't seem real keen on finding out.
I wish "X" and his team the best of luck, again Mother Earths needs this Green powerful efficient motor. Lets hope mankind is not too blind to see the obvious benefit to it.
Rich Shull, on the blog Pre Rain Man Autism
Inventor of the Turing Motor a 70% efficient Green Triple Hybrid Motor
Author of the autism Book Autism Pre Rain Man Autism built on Temple Grandin's Thinking in Pictures