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The Creativity Crisis: Reinventing Science to Unleash Possibility
Virtually all of them were failed theories. These experiments all required creativity and the curiosity to consider bold new ideas for why nature was the way it was. It did not matter there was no good theoretical explanation for why these techniques made brick or soap; the fact was they did.
It was these types of innovative experiments with fire that led to technologies that helped make it possible for civilization to prosper. Everything that science has ever produced for society is a consequence of people embracing, expecting, and persevering from failure. True failure only occurs when an idea is given up on, when people stop being curious about why something happened in a way they did not expect.
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Science has prospered for centuries because it has always been driven by pure curiosity and curiosity does not care if it is right or wrong. It took decades for Einstein to come up with his theory of relativity and the experience was riddled with failures.
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Where would we be if Einstein had not had the opportunity to be curious? Where would we be if Einstein had not persisted through his many failures? The scientific method is based off the idea that a proposed theory has a good chance at being incomplete or proven wrong. We would not need the scientific method if every theory were right from the start. The scientific method is a logical, systematic process designed to learn from failure.
The current failure problem in science. Today science is an industry; it is a tool that drives economic progress. While competition is good for science, it has also created an environment where failure is no longer acceptable in the scientific community.
Without the ability to fail, science can only achieve so much because scientists who cannot fail cannot be creative.