Exchange of individual thought process helps in multidimensional thinking
Two individuals might think on the same lines on a particular topic and their thought process may follow the same pattern at times. The point under discussion is about the importance of giving a different dimension to a topic or thought once you come to know that the other person is on the same track. The converging point may be the same or similar but the approach can be different giving multidimensions to a single topic.
At times, after hearing something we say "I was just thinking about the same thing that you told now". Now imagine, you are sitting at your desk and preparing to write a thread. It's usual and many of you might be doing it. You have read on various topics online, may have read some books or the newspaper and presently thinking about the topic to write on. Many of us might follow this pattern of reading something, gathering information and then putting them down in our own words. Suppose you are writing a thread for posting it in ISC on some current topic which is widely discussed on various platforms. You wrote it down, made necessary corrections and thinking of posting it. Now, just before posting you checked and found somebody already posted a thread on that topic. Well, it is not unusual and can happen at times. This can happen because neither we know what others are thinking at a particular moment nor anybody can guess what you are thinking presently. At that point, a better option would be to modify the thread by giving it a new direction.
Earlier, when telecommunication was very slow and it took even weeks for a message to reach the destination a few scientific discoveries took place miles apart by different scientists and researchers. Nowadays, the information exchange is so fast that the thought process also changes almost at the same pace. The dimension of our thought process knows no limits. Every individual's thought process is unique and when it is exchanged it can become multidimensional. So, it's always useful to exchange our thought process to broaden the horizon of thinking.