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Brainstorm generally refers to brainstorming, a group or individual creativity exercise.

The term originally referred to a state of temporary insanity, gaining prominence when it was used in the defense of Harry Kendall Thaw against charges that he murdered prominent architect Stanford White (1907-8).

Brainstorm may also refer to:



Fictional characters[edit]


See also[edit]

  • Brainstorms, a 1981 book by Daniel Dennett
  • "Brianstorm", a 2007 single by the Arctic Monkeys; a play on the name Brian
  • Professor Branestawm, a fictional professor serialized in the novels of Norman Hunter