posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 03:10 PM
reply to post by Demetre
Too much info makes you blur. Considering disinfo it is hard to grasp true info, today it is not about the "right" info, it is about the right
"presentation" of info. I know because I can use that theory.
It is a play of words and psychology.
The fact that I gained information or knowledge doesn't make me smart, If I would put it in practice, at the appropiate moment, that can make me
appear smart. In fact I think we as humans are pretty egocentric to consider us smart, so that would make me a dumbass too. I can't say from anything
that it is a 100% sure fact, always and everywhere, besides the fact I experienced it that way, but who am I?
it is not about the "right" info, it is about the right "presentation" of info.
This concept can easily be projected on,as example, the
"what-our-gov.-is-doing-is-always-in-our-best-intrest"-group as the "rebellion for the sake of rebellion"-group, they are pretty much alike, only
their view is different and the results or reaction caused by that view may result in a totally different "social" status according to the standards
of the society, their belief in their political ideology is both as strong as regulator in life. Me being part in such a society not being able in
tackling the social concept of acceptation of differences, is making me considering myself as dumb as any other.