A mechanical engineer by training. Work has been a little in design engineering, a lot in manufacturing engineering. Spent some time working on coal power plant operation, nuclear plant construction, bread plants, and auto plants. What can I say, it hasn't been easy doing engineering work in the US the last 30 years. Not a great bio for an investor, but after firing three investment advisors, I decided to take matters into my own hands and have taken a number of classes and read books, but most of all learned by investing. My background makes me interested in investment ideas around manufacturing companies and growth areas like new energy companies, things I understand.
“Nothing is so firmly believed as what we least know.”Michel de Montaigne
"Absolute certainty about the future is for madmen."
"The First Great Fraud is the idea that individuals in wealthy countries can change anything by putting an electric car in their garage, with or without solar panels on the roof. These are vanity purchases, cute ego boosting symbols that make no meaningful contribution to the common good, the environment or the overall health of the planet. Buyers can make themselves feel virtuous, but senseless symbolism can't make a difference on a planetary scale. It's like trying to fight a hurricane with Depends."
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Biologist, computer scientist, studied renewable energy for last 50+ years, studied EV's for about 25 yrs, believe in nuclear power called the sun so we only need one nuclear plant 8.3 light minutes away, despise the thought processes of most shorts. understand exponential growth.