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As Adults We Ask 119 Less Questions Every Day

As Adults We Ask 119 Less Questions Every Day

Writer Ralph B. Smith once made an observation that children ask roughly 125 questions per day and adults ask about six questions per day, so somewhere between childhood and adulthood, we lose 119 questions per day. A child's innate curiosity about life ...

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