there is going to be at least four hours of paperwork, and three hours of meetings. This is in addition to, of course, the necessary 10-20 hours of research i do before trying anything New, be it process change, “New” Chemistry, or mechanically altering my conglomeration of tools, coolant tanks, heaters, valves, lines, and Autoclave.
At this time I have a “Stable” and usable recipe of my own formulation, and I have a few chemistry modifications I want to try for solving some mechanical issues with the Monolith Production cycles I have “confused into being”. The paint process is usable at this time, but I need to define our timeline of production, on paper, and I need to produce enough particulate for both Scientific and Anecdotal studies (Birdhaus Thermometer test grid, Residential and Commercial Test Locations, etc.) . also, I need the test materials (birdhouses, thermo-probes, Computer to gather and store data, Paint & Stains, etc.)
The We I am writing of and “For” is the Ansible Industries team, which besides myself, comprises of three men and two women, with combined experiences that range from Sales and Marketing (Cars & Homes to Cell Phones & Radios) to Psychology and Communications (Interpersonal, Relationship specific, Customer Service, etc.), to Computer/IT & Quantum Chemistry (End User to Enterprise support, Linux distro’s and Microsoft, and, of course, Silica Aerogel particulates and Monoliths).
I do know how important this technology can be. As I see others race to produce their own solutions to the “Energy Crisis”, I note that most attempting my methods have at least several million dollars worth of investment and backing behind them, on up to an entire Government supporting their efforts. At a recent Business Meet & Greet, someone asked me what my Bona-fides were…
I have produced at least one ounce of Silica Aerogel Particulate in my Home-Made, Self-Designed, Backyard Autoclave, after spending less than $5000 of my own money. Everything after that is Gravy….
If I didn’t have “Delusions of Grandeur”(Hubris), some folks would wonder what is wrong with me.