and the meaning of intelligence. Intelligence is not knowledge - it's the being able to recognize that there is still more to learn, much more--it's that one can never learn enough. Intelligence is fired by curiosity about all aspects of the universe, whcih is what characterized Einstein. It's got nothing to do with superiority at all. Obviously not everyone can know all about everything, but some can persevere knowledge in a specific sphere and specialize - which is what Einstein did too - I'm not sure he knew too much about dance and art (perhaps). When you take the collective achievements of a group of people, any group in any sphere, one can definitely speak of collective intelligence. Researchers in most fields are people who have enough knowledge about a field to know that there is much more out there, and usually don't stop searcihing for knowledge until they have to. Your entire post smells a bit like sour grapes.
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