There’s barely anything in the textbooks.
They make it seem like everything has already been discovered: all the plants and birds and fish and bugs.
Soo many bugs.
And that everything has been recorded: countries and peoples and histories and wars.
Soo many wars.
But we’ve barely touched the surface.
Scientists discover 10,000 new species every year.
And they reckon we’ve only found about 10%.
History gets retold every generation.
There are miles to explore under the sea and above our heads.
Every time we split an atom, we find another layer of the Universe.
And we’ll never run out of things to fight about.