posted on Feb, 24 2016 @ 04:19 PM
a reply to: Tiamat384
The obvious point is you cannot memorize something you do not know.
The past was plagued with 'intellectual' arguments riddled by incorrect facts very often dealing with the Source.
This is less the case today as sources aren't disputed as much. Everyone uses Google and the source is checked from there.
That being said, if you want to know 10 different types of trees, Google is the fastest resource to learn that. Obviously there isn't any amount of
intellectual power that will allow you to know then without looking it up the first time.
So the tool will permanently teach you the trees and you won't need it anymore.
Saying people only use Google to check information they already know, and that they're dumber for using a tool is two bad arguements in one.