Professional knowledge in a subject is slightly more complicated than a buzzword can describe. But we seem to be evolving a culture of cite-reference-and-we're-done (it's good to cite references, but you're not done). Albeit we do have the cheap storage and vast information retention capabilities to the masses, but even major comedy productions go the route of, "Hey remember this other funny thing?" and that's a joke now (this describes the entire reddit culture as well, person A ("x was on y") => person B ("haha" || "booo" || "cool" || "kill yourself")). So yea, we need to realize learning everything about one thing isn't easy, it sucks, but if you want to, you need to climb the hill, oh and here are some bite size pieces of cool information to get you motivated. Unless we build genetic knowledge like insects, then yea it would be totally easy.