| | lcaillo
Apparently I still don't know anything useful because the information is a year out of date. Perhaps it will not be long before just reading something will take longer than the useful life of the information, so we will never be able to learn anything of value...
I postulated in college that we don't know anything because their is an infinite amount of knowledge and we only know a finite amount of knowledge therefore we don't know anything because a finite number over infinity converges to zero.
Of course we may actually know an infinite amount of knowledge because of our potentially infinitely stored microscopic and lower information.
Of course if I know nothing then I can't know that we know nothing because I know nothing so my original postulation is a paradox in itself.