Someone from the audience asks a very valid question - About the impact that this might have on how we teach children. Here's what methinks:
Maybe this points to a clear need for collective learning amongst children? Rather than a teacher standing up in front of the class and preaching? And of course, the need for education to accommodate questions from students, Montessori style.
And, finally, consider this post in juxtaposition with the previous C&H strip. See the joke? :-)