Friday, June 15, 2007
Our knowledge Has Surpassed Our Wisdom, Which Puts Us in Grave DangerWe fall short in knowing facts, and yet we achieve much. What will we do with it?
Our brains have taken our hearts hostage
Our knowledge Has Surpassed Our Wisdom, Which Puts Us in Grave DangerWe fall short in knowing facts, and yet we achieve much. What will we do with it? - CommonDreams.org:
We are a blip in time, yet when we go, we will have wrought eons’ worth of destruction.
Look at the general knowledge facts people probably remembered only a couple of hundred years ago: When was the battle of this or the battle of that? Who were the generals? What were the weapons in use? How many died?
When did the Greek civilization begin? The Harappa and the Mohenjodaro? Upon what rivers did these civilizations arise?
Who was the first president of United States? What lands did Alexander conquer? When did he retreat? Why?
Who painted the Sistine Chapel? The Mona Lisa? Who built the Pyramids, the Coliseum, the Taj Mahal? Who was the first pope?
When did the East India Company first set foot in India? How many people died of the bubonic plague? Who first navigated the route to India? To America?
What languages are spoken in India? In China? Do birds migrate? Do butterflies? How fast can a bullock cart go? Where did cloves first come from? Where did potatoes? What kind of soil is best for growing onions?
Look at the possible general knowledge questions of today: Who invented the telephone, television, cars, computers
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