Conceptual Ability

Conceptualizing is the ability to generate ideas or hypothesize about how to explain life phenomena and address problems that affect life. It is an ability to think outside what is known. It involves developing theories of why certain things occur in life. It is sometimes referred to as abstract reasoning. An abstraction is defined as a product of human imagination. The key word is imagination. Imagination is the ability to form ideas about things that exist beyond the human senses. In other words, just because something cannot be seen or heard does not mean it does not or cannot exist.

Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity is considered by most scientists to be the critical theory that changed the science of physics. Alexander ...

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