Also wenn man die alten Geschichten liest, dann war das oft, lass mal die Ingenieure mit dem teuren Geräten spielen, da kommt vielleicht was bei rum. Bisschen so wie diese 20%-Projektzeit, die Google bei sich implementiert hat. Vermutlich von diese Historie abgeschaut.
Kreativität und free out of the box thinking werden eben nicht nur beim deutschen Kommando Cyberspace groß geschrieben:
[...] The book's first five chapters examine the efforts of a handful of U.S. Army officers in the late 1970s and early 1980s to exploit paranormal phenomena, New Age philosophy, and elements of the human potential movement to enhance U.S. military intelligence-gathering capabilities as well as overall operational effectiveness. These include the First Earth Battalion Operations Manual (1979) and a "psychic spy unit" established by Army Intelligence at Fort Meade, Maryland, in the late 1970s. (This was the Stargate Project, which the book never mentions by name.) Ronson is put on the historical trail of the "men who stare at goats"—Special Forces soldiers who supposedly experimented with psychic powers against de-bleated goats at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, at the now-decommissioned "Goat Lab" medical training facility. He examines, and dispenses with, several candidates for the legendary "master sergeant" (Chapter 2) who was reported to have killed a goat simply by staring at it, in the earliest days of the program. A martial arts instructor named Guy Savelli claims to be the one.[...]
Was man uns wohl sonst noch alles verschweigt...?