Nowhere is this information explosion more apparent than on the internet. All one has to do is type in their query into Google, and they'll get an answer. Who was the first man to sell chewing gum? John B. Curtis. How does the Venus Flytrap work? It attracts insects with nectar, and the hairs on the outsides of its mouth trigger the trap. It's a little more complicated than that, but you get my point. The internet allows the modern world to explore information like never before.
Now try this: Search "How many species are there on earth"? The first result should be from plosbiology.org, titled "How Many Species Are There on Earth and in the Ocean?". I recently was curious about that very question - the catalog statistic from earlier came from this website - but one sentence caught my eye.
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