Main Question or Discussion Point
It seems that many top scientist, mathematicians, composers etc speak of the moment of insight, including Feynman and Bohm, and it seems to come down to when the brain is silent. Being clever as Feynman was, he sought to figure out if there was some mechanical process, some pattern that could be followed to repeat that moment so that he could be significantly more efficient, but he realized that this could not work. So here lies my question/point: This moment of insight seems to occur when the brain is silent and then there is a spontaneous perception, which seems to be a kind of spontaneous ordering. If this occurs for the brain, then is it not possible that this action takes place in the movement of evolution and in other processes in the cosmos which appear to be strictly mechanical and deterministic?