So you filled your head with information about how to optimize learning, at the expense of using that brain storage area for stuff you actually want to learn.
The mind can see beyond the infinite edges of the known universe.
Such would imply that we are larger on the inside than we are on the out.
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Noooo that was my whole point is your brain doesn't fill up to the point where you can't learn anything new or the old stuff gets lost. It's not one thing at the expense of another. Sure, if you never use certain knowledge it will eventually get lost. You have to keep it fresh which is what spaced-repetition does. People have learned a lot about how the brain works and we can take advantage of it.
Here is a bird with arms.
You’ve got Schrödinger beat, there!
Well it can eat honey from a jar. unlike most chimaeras.
Poor gorgons. They are actually quite beautiful when you get to know them. Harpies and Mermaids (Sirens) on the other hand ...
I am confused, I only came in here to use the toilet.
Some people like their cucumbers pickled.
Now thats what conflation is all about!
Speak for yourself.
My ... what's it ... can fill up to the point where old stuff is leaking away and new stuff won't stuff in there any longer.
I ain't never been to Pittsburg!
I picked the wrong day to stop sniffing glue. Rapunzel Rapunzel!
Why does my Sugar Free gum from my original post have 2 grams of carbohydrates per stick?
I would be more worried about the Acesulfame potassium
or the Brilliant Blue FCF.
That must be the lume…
Sometimes I skip a day of flossing so that I can get really big, satisfying chunks of plaque on my floss the next day.
Yuk! Here is what happens when you don’t floss!
glad i'm not the only one who threw up in their mouth a little
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