Thanks to technology the limits of our ignorance have been vastly extended.
The Internet has begun to transmogrify, to exhibit self-devouring tendencies. More potent than ever, it’s also more salacious, disruptive and antagonistic. It’s like what it is—a busted-knob amplification of the human mind.
There’s more information on our devices than a library holds.
Wisdom looks up.
We don’t need more art, music or books. We don’t need moon shots, self-driving cars or a plurality of Democrats. We don’t even need a cure for cancer. We need a quiet mind.