It’s all about what you don’t know

In an era of Big Data, the prevailing myth is that what is known has become vast, while what isunknown lies on an ever-narrowing margin. We live in a known world in which a few pockets of the unknown remain, but it’s just a matter of time before science succeeds in wrapping up its investigations. Every question will have been answered and for any individual, the only constraints on knowledge will be determined by the capacities of their own mind. Thank Google, among others, for fabricating this fantasy image of the world....

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