Knowledge Domains

"In God we trust.
All others we monitor."


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Whatever you think you know is incomplete
At least some of it is wrong
You can't know which parts of what you think you know are wrong
You can't know what you don't know
You can't know how much you don't know.

Pooh's friend Rabbit, only believed what he could prove

Known Knowns  
  • Information that is well known
  • Clearly established
  • Credible
  • Well-Documented
  • Pakistan tested its nuclear weapons on May 28, 1988.

Inquisitive minds are open to exploring the unknown

Known Unknowns  
  • Information which is partially known, but some details may be missing.
  • To date, precisely how many nuclear weapons has North Korea managed to construct?

Pin the tail on the donkey game
Child is unaware of everything she knows

Unknown Knowns  
  • Connections between events that have not been linked, but for which credible evidence exists.
  • US Intelligence is aware of connection between British agents and North Korea, but have not made a causal link between British policy and the North Korean crisis.

Blind leading the blind

Unknown Unknowns