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Jaden Smith Or World-Famous Guru? Let's Play!

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    At just 16, Jaden Smith has established himself as one of Hollywood's most promising multi-hyphenates. He's already had success in movies, music, and whacky wedding attire — and something tells us young Jaden is just getting started. As the progeny of a quintuple threat like Will Smith, would you expect anything less? But, Jaden seems poised to conquer one discipline that his dad never could: philosophy.

    Take one look at Smith's Twitter account, and you'll be sent on a wild ride through the strangest corners of his mind. "If Everybody In The World Dropped Out Of School We Would Have A Much More Intelligent Society," read one of his more recent musings. "If Newborn Babies Could Speak They Would Be The Most Intelligent Beings On Planet Earth," he opined in another tweet.

    Are Jaden Smith's thoughts, theories, and ideas the product of a kid who's lost touch with reality because he's been so sheltered from it? Or, is the young star actually en route to becoming one of our next great thinkers? To find out, we've compiled a list of Smith's more outlandish tweets, and interspersed them with quotes from famous philosophers. Can you tell the difference? We can't, and we wrote the darn thing.

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