STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

If you don't start from first principles then I might as well not be a part of the discussion or efforts.
I have a first principles based domain and technology agnostic approach to problem solving.
My work covers the entire spectrum of STEM - Science, Engineering, Technology, & Mathematics.

How does this work?

We will need a team to go back in time and play back that exist today till date and how it came to be so.
To go through the entire industry development and literature so far in the "problem" domain and all related domains.
They need to answer questions like - why everyone does what they do?
And whats possible and not possible with what exists today?
What are the things that are not possible with the curent state of human technology?
Help us in identifying and modelling the unsolvable problems.

I will take it from there.