Hans Rosling Quote: “Fame is a dangerous thing. It’s…”

Fame is a dangerous thing. It’s what the post-industrial society wants. They want fame and many followers on Twitter. But to really make the world understandable, that challenge is remaining.

Hans Rosling


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Name: Hans Rosling
Profession: Educator
Nationality: Swedish
Birthday: July 27, 1948
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