Do you think IT IS POSSIBLE TO GET SMARTER than you are now?

@boldriq (201)
March 5, 2007 6:54pm CST
Because the children of today learn and get to know about the things which we as adults didn't, when we were at their age, from around 7 to 11, does that make them possibly smarter? They have allready consumed the knowledge we got, much earlier than we have. So they go on from here. They will build their knowledge from here on and they are 20 years younger, than some of us. I guess this means they have an advantage. They have all the progress and the technology of today much earlier, so each generation becomes smarter than the one before. That's how the social progress is made. But do you think we can get smarter, if we just decide so one day? With some excersises for the brain and mind we probably could. So how could we make ourselves use more than 10 to 12% of our brain?
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@baronarthur (4188)
• Indonesia
6 Mar 07
I think if you learn, read and think many things before 30 years old, then when you reach 30 years old you will be twice smarter than before. I've seen it happens to some people. But, the question is, what will you do with your smart brain?