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Is it possible to become a knowledge prodigy?
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Is it possible to become a knowledge prodigy?
idk, depends on your definition of a knowledge prodigy.
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yes :smug:
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Just attempting to engage more relevant conversation for a "student/teacher" forum! In this age of social networking mentality, I know that will be difficult.
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idk, depends on your definition of a knowledge prodigy.
A knowledge prodigy would be similar to an erudite person (without emphasis on "a particular subject"): An erudite person has both deep and broad familiarity with general subjects and is usually knowledgeable in a particular subject, by virtue of study and extensive reading of the subject's literature. This is an important topic for me; as I am developing a program to empower those interested in a general college-level foundation covering most popular subjects.
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Probably - do you have any special reason why you would want to become a knowledge prodigy?

You’ll probably have to read all the time + practice erythannnnggg.
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A knowledge prodigy is a redundant role, as there is now universal access to infinite information. Don't bother.
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A knowledge prodigy is a redundant role, as there is now universal access to infinite information. Don't bother.
"... universal access to infinite information"; for whom? In your BOX maybe! I was hoping for serious dialog from learners and educators.
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"... universal access to infinite information"; for whom? In your BOX maybe! I was hoping for serious dialog from learners and educators.
Maybe, when you are able to spell your own terms of reference.
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