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I value solving problems by scientific methods: gathering data (here I like numbers!), making testable hypotheses to fit data, testing, refining, publishing for others to verify. Scientists work to avoid bad experimental design, faulty controls, selection effects, bias, prejudice, errors, etc.  A complex problem may require reduction to many simpler ones and sorting out multiple causes / effects. Science works better than anything else when it comes to making good predictions and solving problems. If there were something else that worked better, I’d be for it!


More wholistic / intuitive artist, than reductionistic / analytical scientist, I appreciate what can't be measured.  I find science limiting.  I'm a visual thinker, but also sensitive to environmental cues / related aural images, smell images, taste images, tactile images—and to feelings! Besides imagining, I'm good at abstracting, empathizing, and conceiving of things / situations that don't exist. Beyond Reality, my fantasy can suggest how the world might be.  I'm especially productive working at the interface of internal imagination and external experience. 

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"As you shop in "The Reality Marketplace" avoid spending your "reality cash" too early,  before you have seen everything. " 
from Coming of Age in the Global Village,  by Stephen P. Cook,  with Donella H. Meadows