George Anderla has shown that the accumulated knowledge of
humanity doubles with increasing frequency; this is a clear example of time-binding.
“Teachers are familiar with the need to recognize the possibilities
of change when they estimate the abilities and attitudes of pupils. The
“nonreader” of third grade may become a capable reader in fifth grade. The
problem child of one class may become the outstanding pupil of another class.”
and What They Do To You, Lesson 12