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Useless Information

Updated on February 20, 2010

The Truth Behind It All

Have you not noticed that we are all fountains of knowledge, some of us learned it from school and some of us learned after school in adulthood.

The funny thing is that the usefull information we use in our jobs and at home such as mathematics for accountancy or science by putting the kettle on, or teaching french and other subjects its the important side of us.

Yet we have the useless information that we use in our conversations and some times general knowledge questions such as: damp feet can cause tooth ache, vincent van gogh was dutch and he did not cut his ear off it was suggested he had a fight and it was bit off. You know strange statements like that.

We do this because we are impressed with the findings and plus we find it easier to store in our memories and its things we have learned from our parents or friends that stick with us, In my opinion life is one big class room where we learn something new every day these things continue with us til death but we pass them on to others and the knowledge is immortal.

In a strange way we are all teachers of usefull and useless information so keep spreading the statements out there it really does help.


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      Callum 6 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      Lol I certainly agree alian346 :)

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      alian346 6 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland

      If we ever lose the ability to be curious and have a passion to embrace new things then it's time to hand in our keys!


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      sophs 8 years ago

      Very true, love this hub! Great writing Calpol :)

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      Quilligrapher 8 years ago from New York

      How true. How true. I believe that only the most vain and arrogant would think they already know all there is to know about any given subject. For me, life is a school from which I will never be graduated.