That's a true statement, in my opinion. Like I keep repeating everywhere, the mind isn't there by magic, it is a biological computer.
As such it has its limits, and stupidity is a result of having a low capacity.
Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come
Agree; As long as there is someone in reference that learns faster and yet as accurate and can apply what they have learned elsewhere not to the single topic they managed to learn from; And if we can read the "stupid"s mind and ascertain whether or not this person really is slower, not just the general not being able to express it.
Otherwise I disagree.
EDIT: I believe stupidity is like beauty, within the eye of the beholder.
EDIT2: I don't get Stigmata's message. I've tried telling it to myself, I've tried running it in my head, I've tried to break it down but it all ends at how to define stupid or whether or not stupidity will stay true as stupid no matter how far you go along that road. A stupid mistake with an even greater outcome than suspected can't be stupid. Just unforeseen greatness. geh... I understand what temporal is I just can't get it together in my head. meeep. :'(
I have a feeling, inkling that says agreed but I don't understand WHY. There's no reason attached except pictures and I don't understand how to express them.
The message seemed pretty clear. I think some are getting too caught up on the terminology, rather that what the quote itself was trying to express. I interpreted as saying all the other factors are temporal, whereas stupidity (either in action or thought process) is essentially incurable.