posted on Feb, 15 2019 @ 03:57 AM
a reply to: projectvxn
There is a massive difference between the idea of being paid to see ads, and creating art, music, TV shows, and educational content.
The most important difference is that with things like art and music, actually creating art in those realms cannot be taught at all, its something a
person is either born with or will never gain. You might be able to learn piano, but you will never learn how to be Rick Wakeman, for example. You
might learn how a guitar works, and the music theory about the notes and chords that it is possible for a human to play on that instrument, but no one
will ever be able to teach a person how to create killer hooks, licks and solos, or compose in a way that shreds the minds of the audience. Similarly,
an art teacher is a singularly pointless position, because again, you cannot LEARN art. You can learn art history, you can learn how to copy other
artists, but composition of a visual work is something that the mind either has the capacity for growth in from year dot, or will never develop.
Its important that we understand that there are some things that cannot be taught.
Now, where education in STEM is concerned, thats a whole different kettle of fish. Anyone not deliberately stunted by a system that does not care
about their futures or indeed their interests, can get a hold of logic concepts, as long as they are never told that they can't.
How are you going to get this system adopted though, in a political space dominated by the most selfish, pig ignorant, violently anti-science people
ever to run a modern, developed society though?