Oh my. Did you watch that video? Because if not, you should. It's about a prayer book. A really old one. That was written on top of three other books. By that, I mean whoever wrote the prayer book had these three books. He cut them up, erased them, bound them again, and then wrote the prayer book.
A thousand or so years later, the prayer book winds up on a professor's desk, and they try to figure out what lies underneath the prayer book.
And they found previously undiscovered works by Archimedes. Archi-fucking-medes. Previously. Undiscovered. Works.
And guess what? After a decade of work and doing all sorts of amazing things to reconstruct it and gave us
A whole bunch of people spent 10 years of their lives on this, and we have it for free use, for the love of knowledge.
Think about that the next time someone offers you something for free. Don't just shrug it off because you think "free" means "worthless." Consider that you could be privy to something amazing. You might not be – but then again, you've probably paid for plenty of stuff that might be considered crap.
Want some other stuff that's free that I've found absolutely amazing?
Now go. Get reading. If you don't like them, I'll double your money back.