Creativity Theorem

28 01 2008

There’s a very well known and fundamental relation known to both academia and industry, which is probably more fundamental than Newton’s three laws of motion. It is:

C \sim \frac{1}{\| t - t_D \|}

where:

C = creativity

t = current time

t_D = time of deadline

Thus, it is easy to show using simple calculus manipulation, that:

\displaystyle \lim_{t \to t_D} C = \infty

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12 responses

29 01 2008
Rizli

I cant agree more than that… hahahaha

30 01 2008
amir

teorema ini indah sekali….

1 02 2008
eriza

haha, lumayan, sekalian praktek LaTeX di WordPress.

Sebenarnya masih ada beberapa faktor yang bisa masuk ke dalam persamaan. Misalnya, procrastination level bisa jadi upper bound dari creativity. Lalu, dalam beberapa kasus, kalau deadline terlampaui, ada kemungkinan akan diberikan deadline baru. Ini juga bisa membatasi creativity level. Jaaadiiii… tunggu Creativity Theorem jilid 2!! ^_^

15 02 2008
arsyi

hhhhh… tunggu jilid 2 nya deh. gak bisa diterapin di bidang gw euy. Sometimes creativity costs lives. believe me.

19 02 2008
eriza

hehe, hati2 deh, pak dokter ๐Ÿ˜€

6 03 2008
gufy

setuju dahhh…

nice Theorem

12 03 2008
dzaia-bs

baru nyadar, rumus ini toh sebabnya kenapa kalo udah deket2 deadline baru bermunculan berbagai solusi…
great theorem!!!

12 03 2008
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3 04 2008
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12 04 2008
ihedge

hahahaha… betul2…

21 11 2008
Aryo Wiman

Well, I guess I have just found another theorm that might be relevant to this.

During the month of Ramadhan (Muslim Fasting Month), in almost every mosque, the taraweh prayer is conducted in such a way that:
the ratio of (i) the number of ‘Qoran’ verses recited by the ‘Imam’ to (ii) the speed of ‘imam’ reciting the verses is always CONSTANT (if you know what I mean…)

30 11 2008
eriza

@Aryo: Interesting observation! ๐Ÿ˜€

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