Genius in truth means little more than the faculty of perceiving in an unhabitual way.
—WILLIAM JAMES, 18901
TWO CAVEMAN MEN have escaped a landslide and are watching from atop a safe outcropping of basalt as trees, earth, and rocks of all sizes careen down the hill beside them.
“Ugh—whew!” says Caveman #1 (translation: “Thank our lucky bright spots in the sky! We've cheated death again—let's get out of here!”).
“Ugh—wow!” Caveman #2 responds (translation: “No, wait. ...