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Cartoon by Adam Zyglis, America First: January 27, 2018
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You have surely seen this headline before. Maybe you read the article, maybe you just sighed and moved on. (more…)
This post relates a lot to the above quote. When people think of scientific literacy it makes sense that they think it’s general scientific knowledge and unders [...]
source: The Gorilla Foundation /Koko.org
The worlds coolest gorilla has died (yes even cooler than Harambe). You see this Gorilla could speak with humans using real words.
Many certainly feel like the world is getting dumber. There’s plenty of data to contradict that. Average global IQ is increasing, more and more people are getting access to education. But that doesn’t necessarily mean we are getting smarter either.
The supposedly most ignorant places in the world have been named based on a survey of people’s knowledge about their own country.
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