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No It Was Based On Mike's Trickle Up Statement

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 5, 2003 15:31:39 UTC

Harv,

For example, Wheeler is apparently the originator of most ideas at Princeton. Feymann just developed Wheeler's ideas. My belief is that science is carried out by the brilliant grunts- I am not even one of them- but the ideas all come from a few exceptional people. These same few people may in turn get their ideas from god via intuition. At Harvard an exceptional mathematician was one who already knew the math inherently- he or she just had to learn the jargon in order to express what they already knew.

Richard

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