Sure--can you email me at my website, I don't really check my YouTube account messages. personal .at. scotthyoung .dot. com
I think I understand your stance, but I disagree with it. Innovation is a different skill from learning something already discovered. Most of learning is not innovation, and indeed innovation depends crucially on huge volumes of the learning that isn't innovation. PhD's don't start their mathematics careers by reinventing calculus, they do it by understanding what has already been discovered and building on that until they get to the bleeding edge of our current knowledge.