Ingenuity has no boundaries…

“Ingenuity has no boundaries… But obviously it does not always equate with intelligence….”

Some will people goto whatever lengths necessary to accomplish a goal….

IngenuityIngenuity – Etymology, From Latin ingenuitās.

ingenuity |ˌinjəˈn(y)o͞oitē| noun the quality of being clever, original, creative and inventive, imaginative.

ingenious persons are often known for their innovation, enterprise, insight, perception,perceptiveness, intuition, inspiration;finesse, flair, artistry; genius, intelligence, cleverness, brilliance; talent, skill, mastery; acumen, astuteness, sharpness, shrewdness; and thinking outside the box.

Ingenuity is the quality of applying ideas to solve problems or meet challenges. For example, the process of figuring out how to cross a mountain stream using a fallen log, build an airplane model from a sheet of paper, or start a new company in a foreign culture all involve the exercising of ingenuity.  The pyramids demonstrate the ingenuity of the ancient Egyptians.

Human ingenuity has led to technological developments through applied science, but can also be seen in the development of new social organizations, institutions and relationships. Ingenuity involves the most complex human thought processes, bringing together our thinking and acting both individually and collectively to take advantage of opportunities or to overcome problems.  Poverty is the mother of ingenuity.

Ingenuity is often inherent in creative individuals, and thus is considered hard to separate from individual capital, “intellectual capital”, “talent”, or “innovation” where instructional and individual contributions have been carefully separated, by economic theorists…

Here we see an innovative solution for employing more than is needed towards the accomplishing of a task; an eloquent display of over-spending, improper resource allocation, and also risk to the safety of individuals employed…  

A perfect example of United States Federal Government Program Allocation and Spending…