The Science of Creativity

The slides above detail the Science to Absolute Unlimited Creativity and explain how the mathematical formula for creativity is based on the Theory of Knowledge. Below is information about each slide:

Slide 01: Creativity in English

Creativity Equals Infinity Minus a Circle of Knowledge

Slide 02: Creativity in Math Terms

Creativity = {infty} - {pi}R^2 … where {pi}R^2 is the area of a defined circle of knowledge

Slide 03: The Formula is Based On

The formula for Creativity is based upon the Theory of Knowledge.

Note: the Theory of Knowledge is perhaps also referred to as the Theory of Learning and/or the Theory of Viewpoint. Some have attributed it to Albert Einstein, yet the Albert Einstein Archives in Israel do not, although his other quotes surround it.

Slide 04: The Theory of Knowledge

Inside a circle is knowledge; outside the circle is lack of knowledge. As the circle of knowledge expands, so does its perimeter, thereby increasing lack of knowledge.

Slide 05: Theory of Knowledge Confirms Expression

The Theory of Knowledge confirms the expression, “The more I know the more I know I don’t know.”

Slide 06: The Theory of Knowledge in Reverse

And the reverse is also true in that the smaller the circle of knowledge, the more somebody is inclined to think they “know it all” – yikes!

Slide 07: Creativity is Like Electricity

Accordingly, creativity is as real as electricity, and a force that you can tap – just like you can tap electricity – you can harness creativity for your advantage!

 

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