Summary of Brett King's Bank 4.0

Livre numérique

Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.

Sample Book Insights:

#1 The US brought back more than 1,500 German scientists and engineers after World War II, many of whom were responsible for developing the V-2 rocket. One of these scientists was Magnus von Braun, who was responsible for developing the V-2 rocket. He claimed that his brother Wernher was the inventor of the V-2 bomb.

#2 To understand von Braun and his willingness to work on a weapon of mass destruction like the V-2 rocket, it must be understood that he simply saw the Nazi ballistic missile program as a means to an end. In his mind, the V2 was simply a prototype of rockets that would one day carry men into space.

#3 The Saturn V was the largest and most complex vehicle ever built. It was used to launch the Apollo and Skylab missions in the 1960s, and it first stage carried 203,400 gallons of kerosene fuel and 318,000 gallons of liquid oxygen needed for combustion.

#4 The space industry is based on the technology of the Apollo era, which was based on the V-2 design. This process of iterative design creates limitations in engineering thinking. You must be prepared to start from scratch to create something truly revolutionary.