Book Shares a New Perspective on How to Think about Thinking, Encourages Readers’ Imaginative Insights from Science to God

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‘Think Like a Molecule: Finding Inspiration in Connection and Collaboration’ released

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According to http://www.universetoday.com, a molecule is the smallest particle of a substance that retains the chemical and physical properties of that substance. They are composed of two or more atoms, a group of like or different atoms held together by chemical forces. However, can there also be a “molecule of thought”?

For Chuck Champlin, a writer, journalist and former communications executive of a leading diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise, to “think like a molecule” means to be aware of the physical foundations in matter that have given rise to one’s thoughts and to give wonder to how it happened. Then it is onward into the realm of pure imagination and the twinkling stars of one’s infinite potential. Based on this thought, he writes “Think Like a Molecule: Finding Inspiration in Connection and Collaboration” (published by Archway Publishing) to encourage readers’ imaginative insights about everything — from science to God.

The book explores the idea that the human brain has a remarkable ability to imagine and discover places that one cannot get to — inside molecules and deep into space. Starting from there, Champlin takes a fresh look at one’s ability to imagine new concepts, perhaps by thinking in new ways. Thus, one imagines the “twinkle” as a “molecule of thought” that can help one “tag” ideas and enrich them with further description, symbolized by the “data spars” that form the twinkle.

“There is so much to comprehend in today’s world; so many voices claiming and defining their truths, their interpretations of the past, present and future, that it can be overwhelming the effort to keep up. Thinking like a molecule means that we can add a layer of intuitive analysis and even some distance from the maelstrom by categorizing all the information in mental libraries of our own (now more effective) creation,” Champlin says.

“Think Like a Molecule: Finding Inspiration in Connection and Collaboration” hopes to make readers look at civilization with more admiration for the incredibly dynamic and powerful thing that it is becoming. “Now we may consider how ready we are to meet with other (possible) advanced civilizations in the universe. Of course, we do have to be sure to preserve ours first,” Champlin concludes. For more details about the book, please visit https://www.amazon.com/Think-Like-Molecule-Inspiration-Collaboration/dp/1480865621.

“Think Like a Molecule: Finding Inspiration in Connection and Collaboration”
By Chuck Champlin
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781480865631
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781480865624
E-Book | 108 pages | ISBN 9781480865617
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Chuck Champlin is a writer and journalist in the worlds of entertainment, film and science. As a corporate communications executive for a leading diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise, he helped stage a worldwide Children's Summit at Disneyland Paris. Earlier, he was a bicycle inventor, rock musician, singer and songwriter, and a leader of Toastmasters and Optimist clubs. He is married and has four grown children, and believes that every human has creative contributions to make toward peace in the world.

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