9. But What If We’re Wrong?

This book by Chuck Klosterman is the one I was looking for when I landed on We Have No Idea back in December. That’s a science book; this is one is more philosophy, although in my defense they do both discuss the current state of our understanding of gravity. It’s a fun and fascinating read, as you might guess from the fact that I whipped through it in two days flat. I am innately inclined to a way of thinking that assumes the upending of our current opinions and understanding of the world, and frustrated by attempts at forecasting that rely on the future being just like now, only more, so I found this book very congenial. You won’t find answers here, but there’s a lot of food for thought.

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