posted on Oct, 20 2009 @ 05:15 AM
Nothing is immediate, it's mostly imagination mixed in with ingenuity and hard work.
The man who looked into the sky and saw the bird thought to himself "I would like to fly." And he would imagine himself as a bird. Da Vinci looked
into the sky and said, "I would like fly, but I am not a bird, so how can I fly?" Why did Da Vinci have the idea to build a machine? He used his
logic! Putting it like that, the people back in the day had a way easier time coming up with ideas.
But as for a school of thought, if you're really interesting in inventing and the betterment of mankind, nothing better allows this kind of
development than studying engineering. Sure, it may seem boring at first, but there's such a HIGH level of thought that comes along with it that will
literally make you see the world in a different light. Or if you just study logic as your central science you'll begin to understand things in a
Another great way is meditation and general contemplation. Here's one way to think about it. Go for a walk, think about some things. But stop on one
thing (preferably something that strikes your interest) and completely delve into it. Learn everything there is to know about it, and make it
Personally, I think that's what's best.
(P.S. I have no clue if what I said made any sense at all! I'm beyond tired.)