Curiosity is Dead

You may have heard that curiosity has died. You might have read it in the headlines, on your Facebook feed, or maybe just overheard it from your colleagues at work. But if you haven’t, let me tell you — “curiosity is dead”.

There are several reasons why this sad development took place, but one of the most prominent and exciting theories is that we now have access to information at our fingertips, making us feel less inclined to seek out new topics and information about things we are unfamiliar with. In retrospect, this innovative technology which revolutionized how people obtain knowledge has also led to a decline in curiosity levels across the world. The future of humanity doesn’t look bright for curiosities sake- unless something changes soon…

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