This is just what you'd expect, because nescience means ignorance.
Oh, but if only we looked outwards what great wide spaces of the unknown.
I, for instance, know almost nothing of card games, current chart music, elastance, the intrafascicular cambium, Serbo-Croat, Viking underwear (if any) and zugzwang.
(I'd like to know more about Viking underwear and Serbo-Croat, but the rest I'm afraid for now I'm content to do without.)
Plainly I can't ever know a billionth part of everything, so I'm going to have to embrace my nescience.
At least that means I shan't make the great mistake of forgetting the tiny island in the midst of the great ocean of the unknown on which I'm marooned.
Photo Daniel Julie.
Word To Use Today: nescience. This word comes from the Latin nescentia, from ne, which means not, plus scīre, to know.