Theories derived using Lateral Thinking are often logical, but not obvious at first.
Lateral thinking (Google definition)
the solving of problems by an indirect and creative approach,
typically through viewing the problem in a new and unusual light.
Logical solutions aren’t always obvious at first:
Can you make sense of this puzzle?
A man walks into a bar and politely asks the barman for a glass of water. The barman unexpectedly ducks below the bar for a moment, then abruptly emerges holding a shotgun, points it directly at the man’s face and yells “BANG”. The man smiles at the barman and says sincerely, “Thank you”. He then leaves without drinking any water.
At first, a plausible explanation seems highly unlikely. Believe it or not, there’s a perfectly logical explanation that you’ll readily accept. Lateral thinking derived explanations, whilst not easily arrived at, often seem obvious when they’re revealed from an unexpected, or unknown, viewpoint.
Explanation. The man has xxxxxxxx. (Sorry, you’ll have to read Roswell’s Final Witness)
Keep an open mind and let go of your preconceived ideas. From a perspective of knowledge about the alien encounter at Roswell, we can solve some of the greatest mysteries of all time. Roswell’s Final Witness reveals breakthrough scientific and religious theory. Lateral thinking will open your mind to the truth!
“Lateral thinking is the key to solving some of the greatest mysteries of all time in the Caesar Rising series of novels” – Michael Muxworthy
In the first novel of the Caesar Rising series, Roswell’s Final Witness, I engage the reader on multiple levels:
- I relate the essence of events that occurred in Roswell, 1947, as they were told to me . . . an incredible story that’s been hidden up until now by an oath that should have never been sworn;
- Deeper levels of understanding from the author are interwoven throughout the novel have been created to help the reader to consolidate the substantial revelations, extrapolate the scientific, religious and philosophical implications, and understand the unique reasoning processes; and
- The lateral thinking progression of thought is replicated within examples . . . lessons, within the pages of Roswell’s Final Witness, so that the reader can fully engage in the discovery process.