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    Creativity involves the synthesis of currently existing ideas from different contexts and the realisation of this mixture. Good memory would aid in this.
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    This is such a misleading question. It's not about how good your memory is, it is about how well you can use it.
    "I never felt oppressed because of my gender. When I'm writing a poem or drawing, I'm not a female; I'm an artist." - Patti Smith

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    I agree with Ene. I have an incredible memory and I pull things out of thin air creativity wise that some people think are awesome but would never put them together themselves. It's as if every snippet of information I have builds upon itself and rearranges itself in a three dimensional matrix constantly making new connects with one another. The more information I have, the more connections are made and a made connection becomes information in and of itself creating, essentially, and exponentially growth model.

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