It’s not what you don’t know that’s the problem — it’s what you do know! And the more you know the bigger the problem! Here’s the hypothesis that was tested — with a genuine “thinking cap” — and reported back in February this year:
The more we know, the more close-minded we are; in other words, the better informed we become, the less intuitive it is to “think outside the box”.
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