The Market Price of Ideas

I have, right now, an idea that is guaranteed to generate $1 trillion in sales a year as a baseline. Thats Trillion with 12 zeros, a million million dollars, a year. I am going to give you this idea for free, because I want to demonstrate, without execution, an idea is valueless. A machine capable of moving you forward or backwards in time would easily be worth tens of trillions of dollars, even if the movement of time was restricted to mere minutes or hours. Does that seem too far-fetched? How about a machine that can transport a passenger from NYC to LA in under an hour without being felt up by the TSA, want something even more realistic? A lower cost space cargo delivery system, such as the space elevator. These ideas are all worth trillions but without execution they are valueless. Continue reading