In this article I am biting off more than I can chew… So it will probably make more sense to people who are in my programs, and will make sense once I learn how to speak/write it coherently. 1I was just checking what the dictionary (Tree of Knowledge says about intelligent vs. smart. Turns out that probably intentionally, just to make you less intelligent, lol, not funny, they use the two terms opposite of what they actually measure.
here is just one of the definitions on the internet:
- The difference between smartness and intelligence is mainly behavioral. (truth value of this statement: 20%.)
- While an intelligent person can be smart, a smart person may not be intelligent. (truth value of this statement: 80%.)
- Intelligence means the ability to acquire information rather rapidly. (truth value of this statement: 30%.)
- Intelligence is a trait a person has since birth. (truth value of this statement: 10%.)