To summarize, creativity — being an expression of awareness — is a synthesis between two and three traits: verification and abstraction: conscientiousness, pattern recognition, and deviance. And to elaborate, deviance represents the extent that one is an outlier variation of their type, and conscientiousness represents the extent that one is prone to seek order. Both deviance and conscientiousness can combine with g to form new traits. Together, g and deviance form abstraction, conscientious and g form verification, and all of them form creativity: the ability to produce new and useful constructions of reality. And to provide some examples, the dynamics of creativity are universally consistent: molecules of varying types can recognize each other and organize to form cells; cells of varying types can cohere to form organs; organs assemble to form organisms, and some organisms are genius. Additionally, at each level of organization new abilities are gained but drawbacks are developed also: unlike molecules, cells can respirate and replicate but can also become cancerous, and unlike cells, organs can form respiratory systems but can also amass tumors, and unlike organs, humans can develop into geniuses and psychopaths. Likewise, a dichotomy of functions is preserved at each developmental stage also: cancer cells, tumors, and psychopaths each tend to reproduce and behave with no regard for the livelihood of the system that they're embedded. Contrastingly, functioning cells, lungs and geniuses tend to work as filtration devices, inhaling the troubles of the world and emanating its inhabitable form. In other words — and to conclude — geniuses are the diaphragms of society.