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Conceptual Thinking

Conceptual thinking is the ability to understand a situation or problem by identifying patterns or connections, and addressing key underlying issues. Conceptual thinking includes the integration of issues and factors into a conceptual framework. It involves using past professional or technical training and experience, creativity, inductive reasoning, and intuitive processes that lead to potential solutions or viable alternatives that may not be obviously related or easily identified.(

Gregory Round has a BA in Comparative Studies of Art, Science and Religion from Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. He is a citizen scientist and is the author of the theory for the creation of non impact craters: Crustonics; the hypothesis of Gravitational Rim Sag*, the author of the fiction novel 'The Draper Diaries' and author of the Free Space (compression) Gravity hypothesis and Gravitational Conundrums of General Relativity.

*Gravitaional Rim Sag explains the process that forms polygon craters in any material.

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