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The Last Man Who Knew Everything

Thomas Young was known as “The Last Person Who Knew Everything.” The 18th-century Britain was a polymath, meaning a person whose knowledge spans a substantial number of subjects, using complex amounts of knowledge to solve specific problems.

As a child Thomas was precociously talented; by the age of 13 he had read 30 chapters ...

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