Just A Bunch Of Crazy Ideas
by Pardu S. Ponnapalli
People generally have many ideas. From the onset of toddlerhood, most individuals already have opinions, thoughts, and epiphanies on how things are, or could be. Ironically, as one grows older and gains knowledge, this zeal to change the world inevitably dies down. The process of forcibly hammering their square peg into the round hole provided by civil society apparently turns a wide-eyed dreamer into a disillusioned, benign wage slave.
Doctor of Physics and seasoned IT professional Pardu Ponnapalli decided not to let his dreams and ideas die. His first book, Just A Bunch Of Crazy Ideas, contains exactly what the title purports: it’s a collection of eccentric theories that just might work.
This book is about thoughts and ideas on a wide range of subjects. The ideas range from how to modify the game of chess to create a interesting version to how to pursue exploration of space in a way that captures the imagination of the public. New and innovative viewpoints on practical methods to building a space elevator, designing a method to cope with cat litter and some simple ways to conserve energy are also presented. Economic themes about the federal debt and deficit are also examined.