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steve crandall

Jheri asked about how universal visualization is as part of flow. I really don't know. In my case it is very visual. although my vision has sound mixed in. It also has physics and math bolted on. For many types of investigations is much better than any computer visualization I've seen. Much more flexible and intuitive. When you get working with information and are up to your waist in detail - that's when you use computers.

She asked how does flow work in the blind.. I have no idea. That's a fascinating question. I'm also very curious about athletes. It must involve motion of themselves and others at some very deep level and probably incorporates other senses (of the 20 plus some senses we have). I'd love to hear from an athlete who experiences it regularly.

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