Then, let’s see how this develops over time. Will your ideas resonate? Will they merge with others? Don’t you think it’s time a good idea went viral? Try it out.
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- If 3D printers start making other 3D printers, we’re all doomed. Is that scenario the beginning of the end or something good?
- If it’s true that music is the universal language, why aren’t we using it as such, for example in communications between international teams of designers and engineers?
- They turned cheese into Cheese Whiz. What other food could they turn into “whiz” or “whiz-type” matter?
- Can the Quadratic Equation or any other common algebraic or geometric formula be replaced? How and why?
- Kirk or Pacard? Why?
- When you first learned to “solve for x” did your algebra teacher actually tell you what x meant? If not, why?
- If a hypochondriac is someone who is worried that they might be sick, what do they call someone who is worried that they might be a hypochondriac?
- What two things have never been combined, but should be in order to form a new product or idea?
- In the Internet of things, if everything talks to everything else, could you be left out of the conversation?
- Can we crowd source emergencies, like finding missing planes? Should we?
- If you could do one thing right now that might alter the course of history, what would it be?
- How would you re-invent the shoe with unlimited resources and technology?
- If someone asks you what time it is, but fails to tell you when, should you assume it is from the moment they started asking?
- Using non-equilibrium thermodynamics as your guide, re-design how companies are set up to do business? Think bio-sphere and weather patterns.
- Is the English alphabet ready for disruption, i.e. is it sufficient as is, or could it be replaced?
- If you were to point out only one crucial thing that differentiates an iPhone from an Android phone, what would it be?
- Why didn’t velcro catch on? Was it the sound?
- If there is more “space” than solid objects, then why do we seemingly spend more time studying visible things rather than the space that connects them?
- Can two contradictory things be true at the same time? If yes, what's an example?
- In the age of the Internet is basic memorization of content important? Why or why not?
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