If You Could Learn Just One “unknowable” Thing, What Would It Be?

There are no unknowable things. Only things too costly to know.

(What idiot flagged this as insincere? This is my job. It’s what I do. It’s the correct answer. Nothing that can be true is unknowable, only too costly for us to know in present circumstances. It’s not rocket science. It’s pretty simple really.)


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