Nonlinear Thinking at Play

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Check out the Rube Goldberg technique to Pass the Salt

Rube Goldberg was a true NL - engineer, sculptor, inventor, author and cartoonist. In his cartoons, he used gadgets to accomplish basic tasks in convoluted chain-reaction ways. Kinetic artist Joseph Herscher leverages his own nonlinear thinking to design a creative chain-reaction process to carry out a fairly linear way to “Pass the Salt”.

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Mind puzzles can be found anywhere

Nonlinear thinkers like to solve puzzles for fun. The more challenging it is the better, even if you have to go halfway around the world to New Zealand and stand in cold water for hours. Jordan loves to fly fish. He grew up fishing with his grandfather in upstate New York. Seasoned anglers know that one of the most challenging fishing places is the Greenstone River on the South Island of New Zealand.