A pensive-looking chimpansee (presumably making some inference)
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What do we actually know?

Much of what we think we know is built on the powdery sands of conjecture and assumptions

Imagine you are joining a new company. Together with 15 other newcomers (about whom you know nothing), you are invited to an induction course. On the first evening, before dinner, you will be able to spend half an hour chatting with just one of them. You receive list of…