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Lewis Dartnell on getting humanity to bounce back faster in a post-apocalyptic world (80000hours.org)

Dartnell is best known for his book “The Knowledge.”

This podcast gives a really nice perspective on it.

 

If you just tell someone the most useful thing to do or to try, you don’t have to stumble across that invention again serendipitously like we did in our own history — you can leapfrog straight to it, cut out hundreds of years of fumbling around in the dark.

And perhaps the best way of doing that would be to build these repositories of human knowledge.

Lewis Dartnell

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