**Velikovsky’s 40 Domain Problems in Screenwriting (or: “Consilient PhDs I’d Like To See”)**

So – if you’ve read *Creativity* (1996) you’ll know that, in the *Systems Model of Creativity* (Csikszentmihalyi 1988, 1996) there are *three* sub-systems. They are:

(1) The **Domain **(i.e. the knowledge),

(2) the **Field** (the experts, and audience in that domain), and

(3) the **Individual** (i.e. – You!)

The Feature Film Domain as a System (derived from Csikszentmihalyi 1996)

**Warning: I’m Now Briefly Going To Talk About – Maths.**

Interestingly, in 1900, at the First International Conference on Mathematics (held in Paris, France), David Hilbert presented a list of **23 Domain Problems in Mathematics**. Here’s some more on all that, including a neat table that shows just how many of those Problems have been solved by the Field of Mathematics (and, when they were solved). (For more, Google: “*Hilbert’s 23 Problems*“).

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