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Now I'm sure it's not possible, but what line(s) of inquiry/study would one follow to "learn everything," at least hypothetically speaking. I assume that multiple fields and forms of philosophy, epistemology, and memory would be the first stops. If one were going the Batman route, some kind of venture into the fields of martial arts and physiology would also be important... this is primarily for fiction-writing purposes and as an exercise in thought, though I always did think I was a little haphazard with my own learning style and IQ (no eidetic memory, but close to polymath levels in a variety of fields without making a concerted go at learning anything but what I happen to find interesting at the time) and was wondering if I could make better use of it by learning about memory/epitemological approaches... any ideas/systems/references to things already in fiction (or even non-fiction)?