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Justin: Disclaimer. Disclaimer. Disclaimer. You don’t know everything. In fact, everything you do know when added up amounts to less than everything you don’t know and what you don’t know could kill you. What you don’t know could also save your life, or save you time, or make you money or provide an insight into something you thought to knew, or confirm suspicion, or make you more suspicious, or change the way you see the world for the better, or change the way you see the world for the worse.
It’s safe to say that what you don’t know could potentially do you more good or more harm than everything you know that you don’t know put together and with this in mind the following hour promises that while results will differ dramatically in terms of outcomes. The process of learning new things has been dramatically refined into a reliable system of questioning what we thought we knew, known simply as This Week in Science. Coming up next.
Justin: Good Thursday, Kirsten.
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