so... you're in 7th grade.. give it 3 or 4 years, and you'll start to learn, that you can't walk up to ignorance, and hit it in the face with something it obviously doesn't understand, all that happens is you get a face full of smack, or fist. or both.
Education is a choice, if someone wants to learn, they'll ask questions, read things, seek out answers. If they don't, they'll sit there in their own little world.
I work part time in a supermarket, and we have self serve checkouts, the checkouts give clear instructions, and people don't follow them, I go over to help, and I no longer just fix the problem for them, I ask them what they did, and why they didn't follow the instruction of the machine, they don't even listen to it, they don't want to learn, they don't seem to care that they're wasting their own time, my time, and other peoples time by ignoring simple instruction, and they just sit there, getting angry at the machines, and me, and anyone else that tries to help. All they're doing is trying to pass of their ignorance onto someone else, so they don't feel stupid, or useless. And the whole problem could be fixed so easily if they paid attention. But people don't seem able to do that.
And that's just for something as essential as food, once you work your way down to something so unimportant as what you listen to music on (Not for people that frequent this forum, but to most people) then you've just lost all hope of education.
People are a bit sickening really, in their ignorance. But then, the same goes for people that hear 'night and day' differences in a few centimeters of wire, which is complete bollocks, because electronics is actually a very sloppy art, most components are only rated to an accuracy of +/- 5 or 10% or so. making any difference a wire makes, infinitesimally small compared to the differences of some of the components. So you can argue ignorance on both ends of the scale. try to fit somewhere in the middle, and not to shout loudly at anyone either side of the scale.