The words “NOVEL” and “OBVIOUS.”

Is there a difference between the words, “novel” and “obvious”? novel /ˈnɒv(ə)l/ adjective interestingly new or unusual. obvious /ˈɒbvɪəs/ adjective easily perceived or understood; clear, self-evident, or apparent. What does it mean when something is “novel”? It means that thing is interesting, new and/or unusual. A use case example from the Oxford dictionary is: “he …

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Unknown Unknowns

Out of all the things which have no name, the Unknown Unknown is a thing that I feel should be named as soon as possible. These days with so much developing technology, humans have actually started to forget what it’s like to ‘not know’ something. Thanks to the internet, whatever we don’t know, we can …

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