There are many different kinds of creativity. Why are some people more creative than others? Some people think the Visitors are here because, as they have become more efficient and machine-like, they have lost their innovative spark and want to investigate a younger, more creative world. The Master of the Key may have been an example of this.
Meanwhile, scientists here on Earth are trying to figure out just what creates creative impulses in some people, but not in others. In the May 7th edition of the New York Times, Patrician Cohen writes: "They hope to figure out precisely which biochemicals, electrical impulses and regions were used when, say, Picasso painted 'Guernica,' or Louise Nevelson assembled her wooden sculptures. Using M.R.I. technology, researchers are monitoring what goes on inside a person
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