I think choosing a field will be irrelevant. All fields are interconnected in some ways. Let's say I have an infinite knowledge in biology, then i will knew the physics and chemistry behind every biological process, and I'll knew how the brain works, which in turn take me to psychology, art, language, etc..
So just pick one for me
@banu : having infinite knowledge in one field will give you great knowledge in other interconnected fields, but not infinite knowledge in these fields
Physics and astronomy
Knowing how the brain works, does not make you know Psycology, the brain is physical where as the mind is mental/intangible. And Psycology deals witht he mind and not the brain.Originally Posted by banu
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Biology and medicine
I soooooo want to learn how to use the theoretical power of bio-feedback.
With that said, who wants to team up with me to make a real life CP9 organization?
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i'm with robin on this one as i have infinite knowledge in history now
(i'm her personnal teacher btw *drools*)
I'm the only one who said literature
Why? no idea. I like stories.
There's a problem. Since the knowledge is infinite, you'll also know the future...
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I took it as a given that this meant to know all that there is to know on a subject without regard to the point in time when a human might naturally gain the information. So basically a person would be getting a limited god-like all-knowing knowledge specific to certain subjects. Which presumes that whoever or whatever grants this to a person has the capacity to do so.Originally Posted by BobtheNormal