What Imagination Does

“Imagination is also an integral part of science. Isaac Newton saw the apple fall, as many had before him, but he used his imagination to discover the fact of gravity. Any invisible force, anything conceptual, requires us to use our imaginations to engage with and understand. This might explain why Albert Einstein said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” More than merely seeing what is unreal or fantastic, imagination is used to image anything that is real but not visible. It’s not just your imagination; it’s your imagination!” -Rankin Wilbourne

 

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