This winter is one for the books. The usually jovial Al Roker has become a regular on the nightly news, frowning with grave tidings of clippers bearing down from Alberta and screamers screaming south from Saskatchewan. Here at home the snowpack is the deepest in 15 years. We built a snowman (really a snow moose) in the back yard during Winter Storm Neptune.
The discipline-straddling British polymath, Margaret Boden, argues that recombination fuels much creativity. I decided to put the combinatory theory of creativity to the test by inventing and playing a simple game with film scenarios.