There's a theory, very credible, that we're born knowing everything. This is distressing and overwhelming to the newborn baby—hence all the crying and the inability to speak. It's just too much to process. Thus, children go to unlearning school, gradually reducing the chaos of everything rattling around in their brains to the point where they can hone their area of expertise in uncollege. It works, yet we can't help but wonder: What might it be like to go the opposite direction—to build knowledge from the ground up? It probably all depends on what you desire to know in the end.