After discovering a model of intelligence, then one of behaviour, then others, some point I also began to see that these models were 'related to each other'. At some level I understood what this meant, and slowly the concept of an entire framework for evolutionary biology emerged in my conscious thinking. Then a new framework for all of science. I sometimes use the phrase 'intellectual framework' to clarify that this has emerged outside of the jurisdiction of institutional science and without any of the normal baggage that would carry. It is a new intellectual framework that emerged in my head almost accidentally and quite from scratch. 

If you think the story is implausible, I agree. You must judge for yourself by reading my work as I publish it. Start with 'Anatomy of a theory', then the proposed models of intelligence and behaviour (aka cognition). If you are not persuaded by these models, you should probably stop listening to what I say.