Physics can explain human innovation and enlightenment

Have you ever had an object in your way but because it was always there or because you were used to where it sat, you walked around it? Or imagine a large obstruction being removed from a fast flowing river; everything is different after the object is removed. This is the foundation of the flow-theory known as constructal law, and researchers are starting to use the idea as a physical description for innovation — an outcome we’re all seeking in more ways than one.

This article was sourced from:

Ephrat Livni, Quartz


Josh Wolsky

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