Part of our mission to improve opinion-sharing is to add nuance. Oversimplification is one of the most frustrating and divisive aspect of the Internet. It is important to accurately represent social value within a specific field. Marylin Monroe was more popular than Albert Einstein. But Einstein was surely smarter, and Charlie Chaplin was funnier than both! An architect's opinion on food should not be trusted as much as a chef, just as you would not trust a chef to evaluate a building. This is why we distribute influence evenly and weight opinions separately.