Richard Robinson



What happens when you know too much? History is littered with the trembling remains of people who not only knew too much but also suffered for it: Galileo, Darwin, Brunel, Hooke, Semmelweiss (who he?), even Odin and Cassandra. Big names, but what about you? When one morning you realise you know more about running the office than everyone else there, are they grateful, or do you incite the wrath of the gods?

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