Having said that, you don’t have to surf the internet for long to discover groups of people questioning ideas we might have thought were universally accepted – asserting, for instance, that the Earth is hollow and we are living on its inner surface, or that the world really was created in six days. So there’s the danger of encountering lots of contradictory information. We expected globalisation to make everyone start thinking alike. What has actually happened is precisely the opposite: globalisation has led to the parcelling up of common experience into different camps. (U.E.) – This is not the end of the book; Umberto Eco en Jean-Claude Carrière