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When one lacks knowledge of a particular thing, it means he/she is ignorant of it. Is ignorance really a specific ethnic group disease or is a malady of global mapping/GPS? From my point of view ignorance is a global disorder and it is in the DNA of Caucasians, Asians, Africans, Arabs, Latinos and the listing is unending. Even the most prominent folks in our society today are ignorant, these include presidents, kings, generals, Queens, Doctors, engineers, Attorneys, Physical therapists, pilots etc, etc, etc…………Why are people ignorant of certain things? I believed it is due to the fact that people do not pay attention to details, do not verify information(s), do not ask questions, do not read, spent too much time on TV and social media, unnecessarily too busy, lack of engagement in smart debates and conversations and day dreaming about things that are not within reach.
The invention of many artificial brains sucked a lot of information from natural brains. People do not want to store things in their brains anymore, just type it in an Ipad or computer, cell phone and the meaning pops out. Are men more ignorant than women? Did God create man with ignorant DNA or did it evolved from evolution? Is there any medication for ignorance or there is any therapy? To be sincere, tell us how many times you have been ignorant lately? What are your recommendations to reduce the percentage of ignorance in our societies? This debate is open people, give your opinion?