"Once you go down enough rabbit holes, you realize it's all just one labyrinth."
I really enjoyed this list of multicenterian KSA. Aspirational. Heinlein certainly does have a way of distilling things down to basics. Expanding on his basics is a noble cause.
I'm about halfway through writing the life story of an artist who specializes in graphite and has experience in, and knowledge of: boat building, cooking, finance, celestial navigation, global logistics, industrial design, electro-mechanical design, audio engineering, anatomy, marketing, anaesthetics, adaptive optics, material science, crystallography, residential architecture and building, genetics and molecular biology, alternative architecture, graphic design, vulcanology, tectonic geophysics, printing, tropical agriculture, aeroponics, hydroponics, permaculture, norse mythology, mycology, astronomy, nuclear medicine and energy, medical imaging, Hawaiian history and legend, cosmology, quantum physics, song writing, polynesian wayfinding, board sports of all sorts, puppetry, clothing design, and lucid dreaming. Apparently, specialization was never a consideration. Neither was graduating.
"When you are doing something no one else has done before, you are the expert."
"Build structures in a personal architectural style"
Yes; this one designed a beautiful, net-positive home anyone can build with just one tool and only pictorial directions.
"frictionless connections betwixt concepts and ideas accumulated over the centuries."
What could be more fun than that? If decades can be this good, bring on the centuries!
Dakine Life. -Aloha