#lecture #audio The Human Brain isn't Designed for Too Much Information - "Never remember anything you can look up." -- Einstein.
- When asked what was the speed of sound Albert Einstein said: "[I do not] carry such information in my mind since it is readily available in books."
- The egoism, pride, and dumbness of academia, which obsesses with citation, 'sources', peer-review, and other circle-jerking, mental-masturbating nonsense that in no-wise can be considered remotely intelligent, nor wise.
- The idiocy of an arrogant approach to information, especially higher consciousness-related knowledge by trying to <store up> as much information as possible; Dangers associated with overloading the brain.
- The stupidity of the misled thought that "more is better", thus, storing more in the brain and being a recite-recall-robot apparently makes one 'smart'. It does not.
- Speaking in scientific or esoteric jargon in order to impress others speaks volumes about how poor of consciousness development a person really is.