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What If We’re All Wrong?

Humans don’t have a great track record of ‘knowing it all’

photo by Evan Dennis, Unsplash

We have all seen the videos of a certain president who proclaims that he knows “more about [blank] than anybody.” Whatever it is — trade, ISIS, technology, walls, military, spray tans — he knows more than the so-called experts.

And we all laugh.




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Cee Vinny

Cee Vinny

PhD from Harvard • Scientist • Dreamer • Trying to make sense out of a seemingly senseless universe • I may be wrong

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