Is knowledge from an external source as powerful as internal gained knowledge?

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Abstract if Results - Min Efficiency <= 0

Material if Results - Min Efficiency > 0

Let’s say internal knowledge is abstract, and external knowledge is physical.

If you assume one result at a time, according to the formulas:

If your Min Efficiency is < 1, then you will never have abstract knowledge.

If your Min Efficiency is < 1, then you will always have material knowledge.

If you assume 1 result at a time,

If your Min Efficiency is < 2, there will be a range of about 1 units of efficiency where there is abstract knowledge.

If your Min Efficiency is < 2, there will be a range of about 1 units of efficiency where there is no material knowledge.

If you assume infinite results, assuming Min Efficiency is not infinite,

All knowledge will be highly material.

If you assume less than infinite results, assuming always infinite Min Efficiency,

All knowledge will be highly abstract.

Therefore, if you deal in infinities and efficiency, the results will be abstract. If you deal in results and limitations, the result will be material.

So:

If you are a practical person who accepts limitations, most likely you will have material results.

However, if you want to improve efficiency to infinity, you will likely have some abstraction.

If you only want infinities of efficiency and don’t expect results, then you will have abstractions.

If you find this confusing, you may want a real-life fantasy.

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