How to change the world

What would happen if an Israeli invention replaced conventional internal combustion engines?

March 3, 2016 14:34
Israel Tech

Shaul Yaakoby, in his lab, in the process of building the first version of the Aquarius engine, shows it to Gal Fridman and Maya Gonik. (photo credit: COURTESY AQUARIUS)


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You and I, we’ll change the world
You and I, soon everyone will join
Others said it before but so what?
You and I, we’ll change the world.

Israeli pop icon Arik Einstein wrote and sang those words. Einstein died November 26, 2013 – he was 74.

This song could be the theme song of the Start-up Nation. With immense chutzpa, entrepreneurs tackle huge challenges with equally huge ideas, thumb their noses at the odds, ignore the nay-sayers and, at times, triumph, changing our lives and the world for the better. There is no greater adventure.


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