typing t1_ja1ofoe wrote

This is much better than a centralized solution. From a defensive point of view, if you keep all your energy infrastructure in one place it makes the whole country vulnerable to an attack. However if you used this roof top idea it would be fully decentralized making each unit area independent of others, isolating attacks


typing t1_j46vbsm wrote

Hi Phil,

What's your take on why Sam was so easily trusted? Did his parents really play such a huge role in people's perspective of Sam?

Additionally, appearing on many youtube videos, giving interviews - he had been called out that his methodology was obtuse and quite obviously a ponzi how even sam described it, without naming it. Quite frankly it appeared incredibly obvious that this kid had no actual concept of how these financial companies should function let alone be managed. Is hindsight that obvious, or did he truly trick so many people?