Engineers and technicians at a local fuel cell research company did not know what to make of comments made by their CEO this morning after his tour of the shop floor.
The comment was made in reference to power yields not being sufficient and the problems inherent in maintaining core integrity of the reaction chamber matrix.
“Have you considered using lasers? Would that do anything?” The CEO then turned to address the group surrounding them. “Have we tried lasers yet? We should try lasers.”
Asked to elaborate on how focused light could be useful, the CEO gestured with his hands for a while in a manner similar to making a snow ball and a sort of pointing motion, while repeating words he had heard earlier in the tour.
As of press time, the company had still not attempted to use lasers.