Has been the head of this company from it pre-pubic (public) days through its dismal decades as a public corporation. He may be Albert Einstein's second cousin, but one fact is clear, you may have the most brilliant mind on the planet but if you never achieve beyond filing endless patents, you don't belong leading a public corporation, representing to the world that you have the capability of developing a profitable product from an idea in your head, to filling store shelves with products. How many years, 20? 30? 40? of dribbling government contract revenues and failed and/or bankrupt subsidiaries will the shareholders have to endure before you and Giddy say this sordid venture is an abysmal failure?