Infinite capacity to produce neurons? The same is true for many other things, including producing blood.. The overall total neurons has absolutely nothing to do with acquiring knowledge..
I tend to agree. It was Lardmeister who claimed there was that relationship.
Now on to the limit of knowledge... how does my example not show a definite limit in the acquisition of knowledge?? As I said in my example, suppose an individual attends school for the rest of his life just to learn the amount of knowledge that we have so far acquired in a specific field.. if that is true, then he has no time to come up with new ideas/concepts.
That logic is flawed because it doesn't take into account the ability for the human mind to multi-task and multi-thread. Many people can do many things at the same time, such as play the pinao while talking on the cell phone. No one can concentrate on one thing so hard that he/she can not do something else too at the same time.
Time is our biggest problem.. We will not live forever.. our race will one day cease to exist.. thus, we can not acquire an infinite amount of knowledge in a finite amount of time.
No argument there because that isn't the point of the discussion. The point is that there is no limit to what the human mind can learn. It isn't like a glass of water which can only hold a finite amount of a substance.