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chargers1974   Tuesday, 04/18/17 12:11:53 PM
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Rules are meant to be broken...NXO has just done that with Blade Optics

Historically it’s said to be almost an integral part of the scientific process because many of the famous names of the past, heroes of science like Faraday, Wright brothers, people like Edison, they were all in their day ostracized and ridiculed and because their contemporaries were unable to see what they were doing was an advance in science. There have always been eccentrics in the history of science and always will be marginalized. Modern day hasn’t changed; it’s the eccentrics that have produced innovations and inventions, Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, and now John and Darcy Daugela. Science is about innovation and by definition the more innovative the idea the more challenging to existing theories and therefore the more unlikely. If you believe you are right, you need to have the courage to continue on. John and Darcy did just that and after 10 years have broken the rules and proven their theory. The brothers didn’t play by the rules. Its takes much strength and determination, practically every major advance in technology in the last 100 years has been some kind of defiance of the rules. Blade Optics gives value and merit. No question this is a new technology to be explored and embraced.

“A person with a new idea is a crank until the idea succeeds.” Mark Twain

Again thanks to all the supporters, believers and those in it for the long.


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