The Technique Successful Innovators Strive to Achieve
Inspired by the leading and failing creators from my fantasy series of future technological marvels!
Keshav, the renowned inventor of the world-changer service, ‘Karma Points,’ has a tip to share. The would-be inventors of today have a troubling experience of charging the bulb of innovation. They find it difficult to come up with game-changing ideas and unfortunately for them, the world is sadly trading this gracious gift…for clout. And because of this, the fountain rarely turns on. This is where Keshav comes in. Since childhood, he would envision and later sketch out his futuristic ideas as a record of the ideas that he would want to one day, establish in the real world. Now, many of these thinkers are way over the age of a ten-year-old. However, that doesn’t mean that they imagine as if they were looking through the eyes of a child. The children of today are filled with all kinds of creativity where they aren’t infected by nonsense politics. And what they consider a day-to-day story, is a sacred dish adult of today would love to taste. Combining a child’s creativity plus the vast knowledge of an adult is the equation for creativity.
The year is 2041. He is about to finish his first year at Apple in California. He gets a call on Monday morning to meet the CEO of Apple right away. Keshav is scared and worried. But how did this happen?
Cognitive Intrusion- A Medical & Military Success (Story) Part 1
In a flash, a gear starts moving. An idea churned out in his head. What if he could go into someone’s mind?
Cognitive Intrusion (Story) Part 2
The story of how technology can become..two-faced
The year is 2097. Malcolm Murphy is sitting across General Eobard in his office. His building is surrounded by multiple jeeps all in a camo-like color.
All he hears is, “What’s it going to be Malcolm? Want in or out?”
Two-Faced Technology Vol.1
Technology doesn’t always pan out as it’s always meant to be…
Technology doesn’t always pan out as it was meant to be…
A.T.P Capacitor Converter (Story)
Damian Dox, a smart, intelligent biotechnology engineer from Trivago is the man to thank for this innovation.
ATP Energy Capacitor (Story Part 2)
“Not anymore,” he whispered to himself. “Not anymore.”
The year is 2117. He’s anxiously waiting. Waiting on a discovery. The discovery of a lifetime. Or saving one. He’s staring at a computer screen. Waiting. The screen isn’t giving clarity yet. Fingers crossed. Every second goes by means of every second of unstable emotions going through Dr. Dox’s mind. As he prays for hope to make sure that this contraption works, he says to himself, “My life’s work will be able to protect’s the parent’s treasures.”
Mental Contracts: The Way To Create Everlasting Knowledge
The story explains the revolution of keeping knowledge immortal.
The year is 2104. He is about to take the mantle of something. Something else. Something to prevent death takes something away. And it’s not life or sorrow but something greater. He’s staring at a computer screen. Contemplating. The digital clock beeps every minute. Every minute goes by emphasizing the amount of time it’s taking him to finalize his decision. It was only his second year at his new position at VanceLabs where he worked with the founder themselves to form and successfully achieve the ideas of bringing biology and advanced technology to do wonders. The young man (Nova) and the founder’s successes created a bond of respect and friendship for one another. Nervous with feelings of fear without a mind made up, Nova is in quite the dilemma. But how did this happen?