Trying new patterns with old things one key to genius

06/14/2013 | Medium

Some portion of genius lies in the ability to think creatively by simply rearranging or recombining familiar things that we normally fit into fixed usages or patterns, as Roberta B. Ness notes in her book "Genius Unmasked." This can also entail combining insights across different disciplines, a practice that has produced a wide array of new fields such as bioengineering and astrophysics.

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