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LEARNING WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW
February 9, 2019
Socrates once said that the more I know, the more I realize I know nothing. In other words, with the vast number of things there is too know about that we only know or have knowledge what about only amounts to a drop in the ocean.
Knowledge is only a collection of tidbits of a myriad of items lumped together and is stored in those tiny grey cells of our minds.
The over 250 tidbits contain in this book are sure to amaze and surprise you, as will all of your friends when you start talking about them, for example:
The first selfie had actually been taken in 1913 in Russia by the Grand Duchess Anastasia.
That racism never existed back in Roman Times.
That lobster was originally considered to be a food for the poor.
The origin of the word “deadline.”
Each item is not merely a blank statement, each item consists of a brief essay surrounding the fact in question.
For wanting to give his readers something with which they can amaze their family and friends regarding their vast increasing knowledge of things, I’ve given the author, Bill O’Neill, 5 STARS.