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Posted by Harvey on August 5, 2003 14:54:56 UTC

Yanniru,

I gather that half of your response was to me?

Regarding the origin of ideas that are published in science. My experience teaches me that ideas largely come from the very few genius type scientists. I am not one.

The grunts in the field do the majority of good science. It's just that the Einstein among us is in the best situation to take advantage of it by capsulizing on all those discoveries into one significant and beautiful theory. I personally think it has more to do with creative thinking than so much as being a 'genius type'. Stephen King should have gone into physics, he probably would have been a good one. That's not to say that physics is like writing fiction...

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