Alan Turing The Enigma Andrew Hodges, forward by Douglas Hofstadter
Page 9 (This was 1919 on a family picnic)
"While Mr. Turing and John (Alan's brother) lured the trout, and Mrs, Turing sketched the loch, Alan gambolled in the heather.He had the bright idea of gathering wild bees honey for their picnic tea. As the bees buzzed past, he obsvered their flight paths and by plotting the intersetion point located the nest. The Turing's were vividly impressed by this direction-finding, more than the murky honey he retrieved"
From Rich ,While the real explanation the one that fits the mind of the normal persons mind is, he figured the flight path he was in reality also using his keen autistic hearing to find the nest. Explanations like I heard the bees would never float as again normal thinkers are not programmed to even realize that we hear more than they do. We learn to explain our achievements by relating them to something you understand. Telling you where the location is sounds "impossible" but the paths crossing sounds better.
I hand to many inspirations growing up as I realized not only was I thinking in Picutres,your daydeams, BUT also my keen hearing was guiding my thoughts as well. I remember some of my first car moments and hearing a vacuum leak at the Carburetor base but the explanation would never "fly" so I had to say the Carburetor was the trouble. The same is true from my first sticking valve I had to sugar coate that with a simple explanation as well. When we hear and feel and naturally deep think on things our insight is obvious to us but it indeed floats over every one else.
It was a task of years (trial and error) to really figure out normal people don't think with the deep thought nor do they have the keen senses, we do. At one time before Rain Man this was a pretty plausible explanation and one now lost in new age designer Autism, probably since modern Autism Experts never listen and also since they don't operate with our deep thoughts and keen senses. Unil they do they will have to listen to those of us that made it , AFTER they admit to us; that are still living. One thing at a time.