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What did people do before they could look up the answer to every single question that arose in their heads instantly?

Did they try to guess the answer? Did they just wonder — What’s the population of Georgia? — and then shrug their shoulders and move on?

Did they question this stuff at all? Or were questions like this one— easily answerable questions that provide us with fun, unnecessary facts — absent in human thought?