2 thoughts on “In times of rapid change”

  1. Time for the old:

    “”What gets us into trouble is not what we don’t know.
    It’s what we know for sure that just ain’t so.”

    Attributed to many, from Napoleon to Twain, verified to no one in particular.

    Times change, people’s “certainties” don’t.

    • Quote Investigator traces the popular form of the saying back to an 1869 newspaper column by Josh Billings:

      ‘I honestly beleave it iz better tew know nothing than two know what ain’t so.’

      It has grown and effoliated since, in passing from pen to pen.

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