Does Finding the Common Links Between Geniuses and Adapting to the Way of the Geniuses Make one a Genius? part 1
February 29, 2008 § 2 Comments
In this experiment, four geniuses (Snowman, Hoomoo, Otou-san, Av***) will be analyzed. An individual (myself) will then follow these common traits or relationships between the four as closely as possible. The purpose for performing such an experiment is to find the genis(es)’ (haha) secret for the benefit of those who are…not geniuses.
A genius is is a person of great intelligence, who shows an exceptional natural capacity of intellect, especially as shown in creative and original work (Wikipedia, 2008.) A great historical example of a genius is Albert Einstein. In 1905, Albert Einstein developed the theory of special relativity (Wilson, 2006.) He also proved the existence of atoms and developed his famous equation E = mc2 all at the age of 26 (Wilson, 2006.)
This experiment will be performed in two parts. The first part will be researching on the common links of the four geniuses. These common links can range from personality traits, and eating habits, to how they dress. The second part will focus more on the application of these common links over a long period of time. It is predicted that when all common links are met, one would acquire the thought process of a genius.
Method & Materials:
I’m too lazy to write it out…basically, find the common links, and do it.
Results: (part 1)
-wears/wore some form of lens or apparatus to increase visibility
-does not wear pins on their tie
-hair is not tied up, and is strictly worn down
-eating is minimal
-they do not participate in any form of sports within the school
-they do not participate in symphonic band (yeah!)
-they play musical instruments regularly
That is it so far. There may be more common links, I’ll add them in the next update. However, things are going as expected seeing as I am still Asian failing my courses. I plan to prolong the time to see if time is a factor.
Tracy V. Wilson. “How Geniuses Work”. September 01, 2006 http://people.howstuffworks.com/genius.htm (February 29, 2008)
Genius. (2008, February 26). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 04:13, March 1, 2008, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Genius&oldid=194251605