It is often argued the effect nature and nurture has on the success of a human being. Our genetic variance at birth dictates what activities we can get a good head start at. Strength, speed and intelligence are often attributed to this. It's the nurture part that i find the most intriguing a it's a variable that appears easier to control but is this really the case? There are stories athletes born a disadvantage but through ambition rise to the top. Stories of children in remote parts of the world being given laptops and they are able to teach themselves through curiosity. With all this technology maybe education can afford to be less rigid and cater more to the stimulus of the individual. There is after all no knowledge that is 100% accurate so maybe providing the platform to access the knowledge is enough.
Maybe the worse thing you could ever do to a human is take away stimulus?
Audio: Riffioso's symphonic remix of Nirvana's Smells Like Teen Spirit. Hear the original https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTWKbfoikeg
Video: 100 Parties from around the world
Part of the Symphonies Project