Is there a good nonfiction book about the state of literature and its authors, written by an intelligent author? The book should be about the group of people who are too unintelligent for writing it. All the chapters must be easy to read and without math formulas or something like special words in Latin, otherwise unintelligent people like me would not understand it enough.
The group of people who are too unintelligent for writing the book has to consist mostly of potential readers who had an IQ of less than 80 before accomplishment of adulthood. Conversely, the intelligent group the author should be coming from had an IQ higher than 120.
The basics of neuronal disease and the aging process should be described in the book. Something is becoming helpful for the chance of understanding something about the reasons why dull people like me are getting even duller when they are older. What functions of the brain and mind are getting most easily compromised by aging? Are those the same functions being compromised by aging when disease that happened in youth (including the prenatal period and childhood) was already the cause of dullness?
Regarding the aging process defined by SENS, there should be answers to questions in the book like: which of the seven causes of aging that makes dull people even more dull than they already are is occurring earliest in life? Which is the most severe of all the 7 causes? Is there only 1 cause out of 7 starting very early in life or are there 2, 3, or even more starting together?
Is a book like this already available somewhere? Can it be recommended to the group of readers mentioned above? Can it be downloaded for free in the form of something like Comic Book Archive files that consist of a series of image files archived in the popular ZIP format?
Yes, we dull people want to read enough about our compromised ability to write a good book. At least me! So this is my honest projection of the situation that we do not know enough, and so I do. I even do not know if such a book already exists. So if it does not exist, the writing and publishing should hopefully occur. If the book exists, please tell me about it, because I would like to read it.
If the book does not exist, there has to be an ultimatum: I will check out if I could try to write a nonfiction book about this situation. Do not wait too long, otherwise you are urging me to write the dumbest or worst book ever, so better make sure someone is writing a good one!
In case of too much waiting time, the title "The Dumbest Book" and subtitle "From A Dull Author Who Had No Good Book About People Who Are Too Unintelligent for Writing It" of my book are going to be immutable. Perhaps the book can also be called the Worst Book. The choice is yours.