Despite their complex structures, molecules most likely do not take time to ponder the ways they fit into the big scheme of things. They just are. But when zillions of molecules bond into organized, functional systems, we get everything, including you and me – and some seven billion others. Chuck Champlin, a writer, journalist, and a former Walt Disney Co. communications executive, seeks inspiration via deep imaginative journeys into the infinitely vast and invisibly tiny realms of the cosmos in this small book with a big message. In observing molecular assemblies, we can see that physically matter came together, possibly all on its own, to create life and thinking minds. It is profound that our minds, perhaps born from accidental creativity, can intentionally assemble marvelous new things. To think like a molecule is to be aware of the physical foundations in matter that have given rise to our thoughts – and from there, it’s onward into the realm of pure imaginations and the twinkling stars of our infinite potential.
Think Like A Molecule: Seeking Inspiration in the Structures of Thought
Author: Chuck Champlin
Chuck Champlin has been a writer and journalist; a corporate communications executive for The Walt Disney Company; a bicycle inventor; a rock drummer, singer and songwriter; and a leader in Toastmasters clubs (public speaking) and Optimist Clubs (bringing out the best in kids). He is married and has four grown children. In his work with various volunteer organizations, Champlin promotes the hopeful idea that every human being has creative contributions to make that will increase peace and understanding in the world. At Disney, he supported the success of the Children’s Summit at Disneyland Paris in the 1990’s, working in association with Disney oﬃces worldwide and with the United Nations Educational, Scientiﬁc and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Champlin is also author of a novel called Wand, currently heading toward publication, which imagines the pencil, and television antennas, as magic wands that can inspire greater success for the human experiment on planet Earth.
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