a wonder the person who patented boatless water skiing isn't
a millionaire. "Skiing" requires the person to push himself
or herself along the water with sticks that resemble ski poles, with
a buoyant end, enabling "the skier to ski for longer distances
on the water."
When you’re a boat designer, you deal with all kinds of people, from hard-charging CEOs to dreamers. But they all must follow the laws of physics. Our Sightlines columnist Michael Peters lays down the law.
See what he has to say here. ▶