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Sam Korus
Robotics, EVs, energy storage, alt energy, and space . Disclosure:
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Sam Korus 3h
Anyone out there have a good source for when airplanes first started using structural fuel tanks in the wings?
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Sam Korus 24h
Replying to @jwangARK
What are you aiming for now?
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Sam Korus Oct 23
Replying to @TheInvestingOpp
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Sam Korus Oct 23
Replying to @skorusARK
3/ This thought comes from listening to Musk's recent podcast and hearing his frustration with human bandwidth and lack of people to delegate to and 2U's recent news of boot camps designed with both Norfolk and Netflix.
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Sam Korus Oct 23
Replying to @skorusARK
2/ To move fast and pull the future forward it's not just about building the machine that builds the machine, but educating the people who can dream up/build the machines that build the machine.
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Sam Korus Oct 23
1/ A large company could offer a "college experience" and verticalize through education.
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Sam Korus Oct 22
Cell-vehicle integration is more important than many realize, and it presents an interesting dynamic with many Chinese EV makers leaning towards battery swapping, which wouldn't allow for cell-vehicle integration.
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Sam Korus Oct 20
Having Lebron as the spokesperson is about as far away from letting the product speak for itself as you can get.
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Sam Korus Oct 20
GM Hummer EV tri-motor is $30,000 more expensive than the equivalent Cybertruck and has 200 miles less range.
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Sam Korus Oct 16
Replying to @skorusARK
Will aim to update the following with new entrants...
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Sam Korus Oct 16
Imagine having to wait ~4 years to release a better car. Tesla's most recent Model 3 update separates it from the pack even more.
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Sam Korus Oct 7
Replying to @chartsplusmore
this gets into an equally interesting topic of: can a traditional automaker make the best EV?
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Sam Korus Oct 7
Replying to @chartsplusmore
you've hit the "for the most part"
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Sam Korus Oct 7
Very simply, Tesla wants to become the best manufacturer in the world and, for the most part, traditional automakers don't want to become the best EV makers in the world. That seems to sum up a lot of recent EV news, but people don't believe either part.
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Sam Korus Oct 7
Replying to @skorusARK
For context, this slide comes from Momentus's investor presentation:
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Sam Korus Oct 7
Interesting to see Momentus and Rocket Lab take unique approaches to meet small satellite demand. Momentus with "last mile" orbit delivery. Rocket Lab with small rockets.
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Sam Korus Oct 6
Replying to @AhmadShahMasso2
From Daimler's strategy update this morning:
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Sam Korus Oct 6
When marketing says all in on EV, but engineering doesn't agree. Sound on🔊
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Sam Korus Oct 6
Replying to @ronaldmannak
Yeah, it seems they are following marketing consultants for "EV branding", but engineering like a traditional automaker.
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Sam Korus Oct 6
Replying to @ronaldmannak
Roughly 13:55 into the technology strategy video. Let me know if you interpret it differently.
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