Definition of the phrase: Knowledge Stuffing
Knowledge Stuffing - One of the best ways of learning is through a technique long known as "knowledge stuffing". It's a concept of learning similar to osmosis, except not like water through a membrane, but rather knowledge through a thick, human skull, and not just that it's allowed to dribble in haphazardly with unpresuming ease when no one is looking, but rather that it is jammed into the head of the learner with tremendous, often dangerous degrees of force.
This style of learning is basically the difference between laying down sod on your lawn, watering it and hoping it will take root, compared with hydro seeding by which you take semi-fertile grass seeds and jam them deep into the ultra-fertile soil with a sort of vengeance that makes painfully little sense to the seed, the soil or the reluctantly sprouting grass. Also like hydro-seeding, once successful, there is no assurance that the resulting grass (or knowledge) will not die or become so overrun with weeds or moss to render it entirely useful. Not that brains grow moss, that part was an analogy to evil or misinformation.
Knowledge stuffing, while as dangerous and deadly as it is illegal, remains the number one method of learning throughout the galaxy, especially amongst humans, the one race in space most noted for its inherent laziness and deeply entrenched philosophy of unjustified entitlement.
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See also: Charleston Solar System Education Committee,
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