Great inventors showing thinking processes ahead of the normal speeds, normal being tested as a majority considered average -if you prefer. These people show a capacity to hold more processes and consider them as part of the equatiobn all at once. It would be rare though not impossible for a genius to get things wrong.
I read a very intersting thought about a genius which I would like to share. A genius is one who can work with two contradictory ideas together and remain same at the same time. Just thing of God Vs no God.
I have seen many people use the word ‘genius’ to applaud someone who has done something good. However, is the usage appropriate when someone nicely copies something or masters the traditional procedure and gives out a good performance? I think as per the actual connotation, the word ‘genius’ may be used to mean who has exceptional intellectual ability and originality. What are your opinions?