Perspective Experimental
John Nash, a brilliant mathematician, graduated from Princeton and went directly to Wheeler Labs, one of the most prestigious defense labs in all of the U.S. He immediately went to work for the C.I.A., but something else took ahold of him, schizophrenia. This psychological disease made it almost impossible for John Nash to establish what was real and what was not. However, due to this disease, h made the most important discovery of his life, the reorganization of Adam Smiths theory. He goes onto win a nobel prize for his extraordinary achievement. Nash's mind was polluted with imaginary distractions that held him back from his fullest potential, so was schizophrenia his major downfall? This disease allowed him to make the most important discovery of his life, so through the light of inspiration, this terrible psychological disease is looked at differently.