A constant in the human experience is the ongoing desire to understand the world around us at an ever-deeper level. From the ocean-going explorers of the 15th and 16th centuries to the astronauts of the 20th and 21st centuries, we are on a constant crusade to know more, and to understand life at a deeper level. It was often a matter of surviving and is certainly a key to thriving, but it is also fundamental to our inquisitive nature. Likewise, humans have long desired to know what will happen next, which further enhances our chances to survive and thrive, and to build a world in which our health and happiness are more assured.
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