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  • we also share a really weird background.

    我們也有一個非常奇怪的背景。

  • I studied mechanical engineering.

    我學的是機械工程。

  • I actually worked at the Aerospace Corporation for two summers in Los Angeles before I actually took a bunch of finance classes at the Sloan school of Management for people that don't know, Tyler was also mechanical engineers.

    我實際上在洛杉磯的航空航天公司工作了兩個夏天,然後我實際上在斯隆管理學院參加了一堆金融課程,對於不知道的人來說,泰勒也是機械工程師。

  • Aerospace and you also, I think spent two years at the Sloan School of Management as well.

    航空和你也,我想在斯隆管理學院也花了兩年時間。

  • You know when you look back on those engineering days, what do you remember?

    你知道當你回顧那些工程日時,你記得什麼?

  • Do you miss anything about it?

    你懷念它的任何事情嗎?

  • You know, I know you were working for Nasa and all that stuff, What do you remember?

    你知道,我知道你在為美國國家航空航天局和所有這些東西工作,你記得什麼?

  • Wow.

    哇。

  • So that's that, that question can get at the heartstrings.

    所以這就是,這個問題可以讓人心動。

  • Uh so the short answer is I miss it deeply, but I have managed to cope.

    呃,所以簡短的回答是我深深地懷念它,但我已經設法應對。

  • Um so I guess I'm just an engineer completely an engineer by trade, so as much more in hardware, aerospace, mechanical as you mentioned.

    嗯,所以我想我只是一個工程師,完全是一個職業工程師,所以就像你提到的那樣,在硬件、航空航天、機械方面更多。

  • And so I think working at Nasa and be able to, you know, put vehicles up into space and meet all the astronauts and feel this like intense pride with your work is something you really just can't accomplish anywhere else.

    是以,我認為在美國國家航空航天局工作,並且能夠,你知道,將車輛送入太空,與所有太空人見面,對你的工作感到強烈的自豪感,這是你在其他地方無法完成的。

  • So, I passionately missed that.

    是以,我熱切地懷念這一點。

  • Absolutely love it.

    絕對喜歡它。

  • But I don't have any regrets.

    但我沒有任何遺憾。

  • And the main issue is that when you're working on these large scale projects, um you know, I worked on the MARS crew module which might go land on mars and take people to mars in a few more years maybe, and that was actually in 2000 and 7, 2000 and eight, I was working on that.

    主要問題是,當你在這些大型項目上工作時,嗯,你知道,我在MARS乘員艙上工作,該艙可能在幾年後登陸火星並將人們帶到火星,實際上那是在2000年和7年,2000年和8年,我在那上面工作。

  • So the time scales are just so much longer and then when you start getting in the software and now even a completely exponential world of crypto you can you know make changes life altering changes in a matter of minutes, days weeks and so that's really what kind of drove me more in the software.

    是以,時間尺度是如此之長,然後當你開始進入軟件,現在甚至是一個完全指數化的加密世界,你可以在幾分鐘、幾天、幾周內做出改變,改變生活,所以這才是真正推動我在軟件方面的動力。

  • But as a as like kind of a deeper engineer I do miss some of that analysis and working through that for sure but it's definitely evolved into something that I'm really equally as proud of and also just kind of solving some really large scale problems.

    但作為一個更深入的工程師,我確實懷念那些分析和工作,但它肯定會演變成我真正同樣自豪的東西,也只是一種解決一些真正大規模的問題。

  • Which is exciting.

    這很令人激動。

  • Yeah you're giving me flashbacks because you know when I was at M.

    是的,你讓我想起了,因為你知道當我在M.

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  • We had a four year degree in mechanical engineering and one of the big classes was called to 70 where they give you a box of stuff and you have to build these robots that fight each other.

    我們有一個四年制的機械工程學位,其中一門大課被稱為70,他們給你一箱東西,你必須建立這些機器人,互相對抗。

  • It became quite famous and I worked at Ford Motor Company for a summer.

    它變得相當有名,我在福特汽車公司工作了一個夏天。

  • I used to have a 68 mustang and when I was at Ford I was at the plants I went to the casting plant but I was working on like an emissions device for a crown vic that was going to be made six years from now.

    我曾經有一輛68年的野馬,當我在福特的時候,我在工廠,我去了鑄造廠,但我正在為六年後的皇冠VIC的排放裝置工作。

  • And when I was at aerospace corp we were working on the Galileo space probe I think the high gain antenna wasn't working and it was out in space and we were trying to figure out how to get it working and like you said, it's it's cool doing real tangible things.

    當我在航空航天公司工作時,我們在伽利略太空探測器上工作,我認為高增益天線不工作,它在太空中,我們試圖找出如何讓它工作,就像你說的,它是很酷的,做真正的實事。

  • But the timescale is so extended compared to software let alone crypto what things can Blockchain where things can happen at a hyper accelerated rate.

    但與軟件相比,時間尺度是如此延長,更不用說加密貨幣了,區塊鏈的事情可以以超快的速度發生。

  • So it is different worlds, right?

    所以這是不同的世界,對嗎?

  • Yeah, very much.

    是的,非常多。

  • But yeah, it's kind of like I said I I treasure and deeply value every minute I spent on the space shuttle program.

    但是,是的,這有點像我說的我我珍惜並深深地重視我在航天飛機項目上的每一分鐘。

  • It really wouldn't trade it for anything else.

    它真的不會用它來換取其他東西。

  • And all the other agencies I got to work through because it's really this this larger web.

    還有所有其他機構,我必須通過它們來工作,因為這真的是一個更大的網絡。

  • So it's you know Raytheon and Northrop Grumman and Boeing and all the other contractors, Air Force, it's another really interesting composite work with them.

    是以,你知道雷神公司和諾斯羅普-格魯曼公司和波音公司以及所有其他承包商,空軍,這是與他們的另一個非常有趣的複合工作。

  • So it's like getting to see some of this more deeply and be a part of that like bigger mission.

    是以,這就像更深入地看到其中的一些情況,併成為那個像更大的任務的一部分。

  • I mean it's tough, right?

    我的意思是這很難,對嗎?

  • There's a lot of companies and you know um other corporations that have done well and have great brands, that great products and you feel that sense of pride.

    有很多公司,你知道嗯其他公司做得很好,有偉大的品牌,有偉大的產品,你會感到那種自豪感。

  • But man, when you walk into like you know the secret like the security area as you're badging in and you're sitting here with like 20 years with the astronaut photos and the actual hardware and you're driving up and there's rockets outside that sense of pride and like all right, we have to do this is just like nothing else I've ever felt.

    但是,當你走進像你知道的那個祕密的安全區,當你戴著徽章進去的時候,你坐在這裡,就像20年的太空人照片和實際的硬件,你開車上去,外面有火箭,那種自豪感和像所有的權利,我們必須這樣做,是我從來沒有感受過的。

  • And so that was really, really cool experience.

    是以,那是非常、非常酷的經歷。

  • Yeah, it's almost epic the kind of things you're doing.

    是的,你所做的那種事情幾乎是史詩般的。

  • I mean it's you know what's the biggest thing that human humanity has ever done?

    我的意思是,你知道人類有史以來做的最大的事情是什麼?

  • Put a man on the moon right that most people would have to agree, oh and uh we we uh we only have an hour or so here but if we had about a day or so I strongly agree with that statement to such an intensity.

    把人放在月球上,對嗎,大多數人都會同意,哦,呃,我們我們呃,我們在這裡只有一個小時左右的時間,但如果我們有大約一天左右的時間,我強烈同意這種說法,以至於如此強烈。

  • Um and just for a little bit maybe for other users, our viewers.

    嗯,只是為其他用戶,我們的觀眾提供一點可能。

  • If you research what the effects of the moon landings, the Apollo program actually influenced uh it literally created all of Silicon Valley.

    如果你研究一下登月的影響,阿波羅計劃實際上影響了呃,它實際上創造了所有的硅谷。

  • So everything we know about where it is, how it got built all the capital, all the other companies uh modern venture firms.

    是以,我們所知道的一切關於它的位置,它是如何建立的所有資本,所有其他公司呃現代風險公司。

  • Uh most of the most valuable companies in the world, why they all came from literally stemmed from the space program funding.

    呃世界上大多數最有價值的公司,為什麼它們都來自於字面上的太空計劃資金。

  • Fairchild semiconductor founders then moved on even validating these M.

    飛兆半導體的創始人隨後甚至轉而驗證了這些M。

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  • Engineers coming from boston that all you did was go to work for Gpu didn't start your own company and you're just completely crazy.

    來自波士頓的工程師,你所做的只是去為Gpu工作,並沒有創辦自己的公司,你只是完全瘋狂。

  • They went out and did that.

    他們走出去,做了那件事。

  • No one else could rather products because it was the new transistor and no one had enough money and no one had the use but space program had lots of money to fund the exact thing that they needed in order to make it a success.

    沒有人可以而產品,因為它是新的半導體,沒有人有足夠的錢,沒有人有用處,但太空計劃有很多錢來資助他們所需要的確切東西,以使它獲得成功。

  • And so it's a long long rabbit hole very deep.

    是以,這是一個很長的兔子洞,非常深。

  • but I strongly believe that and that's actually probably the most significant thing we've ever done um As part of this humanity, wow, alright, I'm gonna think about that later.

    但我堅信,而且這實際上可能是我們所做的最有意義的事情嗯 作為這個人類的一部分,哇,好吧,我以後再考慮這個問題。

  • I have never actually heard that thesis that the space program then created, you know that early, like you said transistor kind of VC vibe that then exploded into without the valley.

    我實際上從來沒有聽說過太空計劃然後創造了,你知道早期的,就像你說的半導體那種VC的氛圍,然後爆炸到沒有谷底的論調。

  • Um it's definitely a phenomenon, very geographic and time specific, but I hadn't thought about the space program pushing that.

    嗯,這絕對是一種現象,非常具有地理和時間特徵,但我沒有想過太空計劃會推動這種現象。

  • Just think JFK making that speech that one day, right?

    只要想想肯尼迪在那一天發表的演講,對嗎?

  • Just brought everything in motion.

    只是把一切都帶到了運動中。

  • Um then you wanna and then yeah, not to go to then what's even more crazy is that as supportive as JFK was of the entire program.

    嗯,然後你想,然後是的,不是去然後更瘋狂的是,像肯尼迪一樣支持整個計劃。

  • Uh he was actually going to cancel it because it was, it was behind schedule, it was costing more money, it was losing favoritism.

    呃,他實際上是要取消它,因為它落後於計劃,花費了更多的錢,它正在失去偏愛。

  • So he was, and this is all documented like in Smithsonian and there's like lots of literature around this, so he was literally going to cancel it and then when he got assassinated, it was then viewed as like, oh we now can't cancel this.

    所以他,這在史密森尼博物館都有記錄,圍繞這個有很多文獻,所以他真的要取消它,然後當他被刺殺時,它就被視為,哦,我們現在不能取消這個。

  • This is going to become like motivating a rallying, like even though it costs a lot more money, the cost actually lessened in the public sphere.

    這將成為像激勵集會一樣,就像即使花費更多的錢,但在公共領域的成本實際上減少了。

  • So it actually, you know, LBJ then pick this up and then now finished the program when it was actually going to be canceled.

    所以它實際上,你知道,LBJ然後把這個撿起來,然後現在完成了這個項目,而它實際上要被取消了。

  • So the weird serendipity around how this comes together is completely insane.

    是以,圍繞這一點的奇怪的偶然性是完全瘋狂的。

we also share a really weird background.

我們也有一個非常奇怪的背景。

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