On Einstein-Newton-Darwin

On Einstein-Newton-Darwin

Einstein for Organizations: Surprising Characteristics Got Einstein to Solve What Others Could Not

Einstein-Newton-Darwin researcher and psychiatrist, Prof. Michael Fitzgerald, answering various questions

Solving Tough Matters: What Would Einstein, Newton and Darwin Do?

Einstein-Newton-Darwin researcher and psychiatrist Prof. Michael Fitzgerald answering the following questions: 

  • What would Einstein, Newton and Darwin do about tough situations such as those of this illustration? 

“They would look at what the current problems are and what current science says. They would always be dissatisfied with current theories, current paradigms, and current science. And then they would develop new theories and new paradigms and they would use non-standard methods…”

  • What if what they found did not fit into the existing paradigms or lines of thought?
  • You also looked into mental matters. Can you tell us a little bit about that?
  • When innovators with exceptional skills have been identified, what should be done to help them?
  • Isn’t there a dominance of mathematics-based proof, which, in turn, makes it difficult to get proof for something like what Darwin did?