Like the mixing of colors to create new colors, epiphanies arise when disparate ideas come together to make profound realizations.
You focus on new ideas the majority opposes. The tendency for people to dismiss novel concepts is widespread. Perhaps they’re just being too cynical.
You have postjudgments, not biases. Prejudice: A strong view without evidence. Postjudice: A strong opinion based on data.
You're curious. High-level thinkers have many concerns. Their thirst for information far outweighs their almost non-existent desire to brag about it.
Many individuals who talk a lot don't know much deeper than what they're saying.
They rarely pose questions and are more concerned with blurting out nonsense answers because it makes them appear knowledgeable.