Thatcher's study suggests a counterintuitive notion: the more disorganized your brain is, the smarter you are. (Johnson 105)
This is very interesting to me because organization is so often considered a characteristic of intelligence. People say "you cant work at a dirty desk" and things such as that. But the idea that chaos indeed sparks more ideas is very convincing to me. The more chaotic your brain is the more ideas you consider and the more data you absorb. If you are more observant and take in more of the world around you it may become chaotic but it is also an environment where one can be more creative. I truly believe that a more chaotic brain creates more hunches.