*The cognizance and rather limited sagacious prowess is evident here. For example: Einstein was clearly a dexterous mathematician, but he was by, no means, a genius in the area. In fact, his life long friend Marcel Grossmann was the true mathematical genius that Einstein relied upon heavily. His first wife, Mileva Maric, would often check Einstein's math and equations for possible mistakes when he was developing the theory of relativity.*

*There is a vast difference between being smart and being intelligent; the former possessing the knowledge, the latter with the ability to comprehend the paradox of a conundrum to adhere the solution. Understand the difference, and this thread becomes that much easier to resolve in a series of debates.*

*- RD*

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