Professor Henderson's entire interview felt very future-forward and insightful on both the public health and climate fronts notwithstanding her grounding in business and economics. Her view that economic stimulation can be gleaned through heavy emphasis on education and healthcare invigoration rather than consumer spending was particularly interesting. Resisting the proclivity to adhere to a kind of techno fanaticism as described in the interview, I think that her breakdown struck a balance between additive value resulting from technological innovation as well as the innumerable value of intrinsic human potential as maximized through education and sustained through healthcare. While I do think that technologies like fusion may be a useful tool to address issues like climate change, it felt that Prof. Henderson wanted to emphasize that the most important factor in the climate change issue is the deployment of human capital and the knowledge of those humans rather than firm level innovation. https://www.labxchange.org/library/pathway/lx-pathway:825945a0-367c-45dc-82b7-3d160c6e6f7a/items/lx-pb:825945a0-367c-45dc-82b7-3d160c6e6f7a:lx_simulation:6e9eaf62?source=%2Flibrary%2Fclusters%2Flx-cluster%3AModernPrediction.