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By Boma cofounder Michel Lévy-Provençal

The World in 33 Questions

Between the ages of two and five, a child asks an average of 40,000 questions. That curiosity wanes as we age, and we lose the habit of questioning our world. But if we hope to create a future we actually want to inhabit, we'll need to start asking some tough questions.

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