The energy we have just collected could power my designs,
all my designs.
This will change the war.
My grand design, it will change everything.
Uh-huh, we go out the way we came?
Yeah, it's 2 rights and then a left.
But you're really not in the least bit curious about what I'm doing?
My grand design?
Okay, but I have to say, if you guys had a grand design, I'd at least listen to it.
Of course, I've always been curious.
Even as a child, I took apart my alarm clock to see how it worked.
But that's me, and you guys are you.
And I guess I gotta respect that.
Well, then it's settled —
Now if you know much at all about toasters and circuit design,
you might guess the literally fatal flaw of this toaster.
In reality, the CFL is on its way out, and I’m happy to hear it.
So many great designs of LED bulbs are on the market today,
not even mentioning smart bulbs or color-changing bulbs that are only possible with LEDs inside.
After we were pretty much convinced we had a good design,
and we'd have to make all the standard engineering trade-offs you always make —
you can always get 3 out of 4 of anything you want;
the weight, the size, the cost, the functionality.
A building like this seems like it might have a bit more usable space,
but the building core is still taking quite a bit of space compared to the livable floor area.
This design's net to gross ratio is around 1.26.
And a building with this shape may not be as exciting,
but it's core area is minimized compared to the usable space.
Its net to gross ratio is only 1.14,
which is about as good as it gets and is exactly the floor plan of 432 Park Avenue.