Author Topic: Dyslexia is Britain's secret weapon in the spy war: Top codebreakers can crack complex problems because they suffer from the condition  (Read 532 times)

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Offline Rapunzel

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I found this interesting because my husband was Dyslexic.  Reading was frustrating to him, but he was an incredible artist from childhood and could see perspective in a painting without any effort ....while I had no clue what it even was..... when people asked him to do a painting or mural he only needed a general idea to totally get what they were looking for and then create it and he could see things that I would look right past, I came to really appreciate that a person with dyslexia is not handicapped at all, they have talents that our schools (for the most part) look right past and they are also quite intelligent... 

Offline flowers

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Didn't know Einstein was Dyslexic.  DM has some interesting articles on history.  :patriot:


Offline Rapunzel

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Didn't know Einstein was Dyslexic.  DM has some interesting articles on history.  :patriot:

I didn't either, but it didn't shock me.  Their brains are not wired the same as us mortal beings brains.

Offline jmyrlefuller

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I could be mistaken, but I believe the urban legend that Einstein was dyslexic is a hoax.


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