And so the idea came into the minds of my colleagues to meet Kenny again, and to feed themselves with the ideas that he generates. People simply find some material in Kenny that nourishes their minds when they talk to him.
And I can demonstrate that this is my case as well. Kenny does not make my mind quiet and nonturbulent. He jumps from one level to another, and brings quite different pieces together. His brain forms synthesis not often found.
– Former top Russian science official, quoted in The New Yorker
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