Dec 21, 16 09:35 UTC
Asgardian Idea Bank ¶
All our knowledge is based upon previous ideas and realizations.
A much discussed problem today that is very ignored, is the fact that our ideas and realizations is not shared with the correct group of people.
As we have already seen on the facebook groups, people have been posting some interesting ideas, especially for science and technology.
So, why do we see ideas that might even lead somewhere useful, being posted on facebook groups and internet forums?
Because today, the actual idea is not the only thing the decides if it is useful or not. What seems to be more important is if the person has a certified education, nice cloths and knows a whole bunch about good wine... If the idea will generate money or not. Or, if the person is "known and published" or if he is an outsider. There are more, and all added up may not give the best result for the idea.
Many of us are "outsiders" from the majority of researchers and scientists, and I guess some of you get my point already.
We should create (as early as possible) and Idea Bank or database, for any person to explain and store an idea.
What ideas? Any ideas, from math, physics and education, to food health and hygiene, anything!
How would it work? (Very random example:) A man has an idea for how to make a better paper-quality, with less environmental costs. He logs into the idea bank and choose to create a new idea. He will be able to select multiple topics because this idea would be relevant for more than just one topic as it betters both the environment and paper quality. The man explains his idea using a certain template (to ensure structure). As the idea is posted some feedback comes in from interested people all around the world. A discussion takes place and the group may come to a conclusion if this idea is worth to pursue or not.
Result: A man just posted an idea. He then received feedback from people with multiple different backgrounds. A conclusion was come to and that produced a result based on logical discussion.