There’s a fine line between genius and madness. 

His word was scientifically confirmed. Psychologists have discovered that people who live in psychosis with creative humans have a common gene. Psychologists have discovered that creative people have a common gene that is also associated with psychosis and depression. Neuregulin 1 played an important role in the development of the brain, and another version of it was found to be associated with mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and manic depression. The new finding was revealed by researchers from the Hungarian Semmelweis University, working on a group of volunteers who found themselves very creative. Let them assume that the clouds have wires that connect them to the ground, asking questions like what would happen in this case. According to the responses, the creativity of volunteers was measured. They also consider the artifacts and achievements they produce. Subsequent blood tests revealed that volunteers with Neuregulin 1 are more creative and superior successes and also have depressive personalities.

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