Messages from @Cuddly_Dragon (Discord ID: 348542990949810177)

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Weren't there 6 other manned missions to the moon?

He's made some very good points, glad to hear someone is voicing these issues

@Deejay from Earth going back to what you said about the brain having a limited capacity. That is true to an extent but book knowledge does not effect your logical reasoning or deduction skills. Let's a computer for example, a saved word document that is closed and not in use will not effect the overall CPU usage. Same is the same with humans, the only time the human brain accesses the "book knowledge" is when it is actively searching for it. If anything having book knowledge as a background information would enhance logical thinking and deduction, not only this but expand the capacity at which your brain is able to handle. Please remember that the brains capacity is only threatened by extreme stress or an overload of information simultaneously (or over a short period of time. Example: cramming for exams)

@Deejay from Earth okay I understand what you're saying... But let's it it from this point. The brain has been proven to be more powerful than a computer. So to use your analogy... Let's upgrade your warehouse and add a machine that helps you store these items in order of importance and/preference. Slowly as you add more items to this warehouse the machine will decide according to you what it can discard (example your 7th grade geography teacher as apposed to remembering your 1st grade teacher) this way it organises your items. Some items it will link and add together, thus adding to knowledge you have already added. In this way the machine it perfect. Information overload is when the machine is given too many commands and not enough time to complete them all.

The warehouse is never full, it merely becomes too vast to journey through the entirety of it. Soon you need a map but as time goes on the map fades and sections are lost.
Just my view ... Though I really enjoyed your warehouse analogy

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