Well done, young Florida man!
From Smithsonian Magazine:
It took several prototypes before he could test his design.
“I didn’t have a mentor to help me, really, so each time a motor failed, I had to do tons of research and try and troubleshoot what went wrong,” he says. “But eventually on the 15th motor, I was able to get a working prototype.”
That’s it. It’s impossible to be a genius if you’re not persistent.
Again the question rises:
Florida Man, Vilian or hero?
Perhaps there’s a difference between Florida Man and Florida Young Man, where the latter makes the news for more salubrious reasons than the former (who’s been longer exposed to the elements there).
Either way, congratulations to this young man. Once again, the kids are alright.
What a badass. Hopefully this kid gets a full ride to MIT or the like. I mean, if this is scalable and practical for commercial use, this could be game changing. A 40% improvement is amazing for roughly 200 year old tech.
Florida Man is a classic example of Chaotic Neutral
I’ll still be surprised.
Other than being a liquid that provides hydration and extra sugar, it’s a drink that essentially does nothing to improve performance of the average person. Sounds just like a Florida-man invention.
Physicists hate him!
This kid might be all right, but he’s still the son of a Florida man.
A genius of hard work!
Florida Man can also beast out on good as well as bad, so don’t be surprised if we see a post about Florida Man curing cancer or some Scheiße like that.
DeSantis: "Oh. I’ll put a stop to that! Make cops and firemen teachers!"
The percentage of sweat, and all that.
Congrats to this kid, that is impressive. Maybe Florida has pockets of redemption after all. Anyway, this kid deserves to say the following with nothing but pride…
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