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Flat White

‘Experts’ get it wrong

19 April 2022

2:00 PM

19 April 2022

2:00 PM

Expertise in a topic requires applying common sense, reason, and logic to background knowledge.

Knowledge can be learned. Common sense has to be earned.

It seems many ‘experts’ around today have learned the background knowledge without earning the common sense needed to correctly interpret it.

Einstein’s description of gravity from his theory of General Relativity has baffled the world’s best scientists since 1916.

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