Steam from the previous night's thunderstorm drifted to join the clouds on the morning that The University of All Human Understanding was founded. The math was extensive. It was calculated they required thirty thousand individuals reading fifty-nine books a year to read every book ever written in seventy-seven years. In the seventy-seventh year since the university's founding all the professors were dead. Fortunately, they left behind notes. Unfortunately, those notes were not found for another thirty years, and by then the collection of human knowledge had grown by several million volumes. The second founding of The University of All Human Knowledge was as successful as the first. People claim to learn from history so as not to repeat it. Like most promises people make they don't keep it. It wouldn't be for another hundred years that the lost university was discovered by a lost troop of school children on an expedition into the most remote mountains of the island wilderness. This time The University of All Human Knowledge was moved somewhere less remote and founded for a third time. Forty thousand four hundred and seventeen individuals were assigned the ever expanding catalog of all human knowledge. After a book were finished the professor was to recite his thoughts and criticisms into a recorder. This could take no longer than thirty minutes. Seventy-seven years later The University of All Human Understanding had nearly four billion minutes or sixty-five million hours or two million seven hundred and eight thousand three hundred and thirty-three days or seven thousand four hundred and twenty years of audio recording. Before they could recruit and train the next generation of professors they all died from exhaustion. The University of All Human Understanding remains lost. The fourth founding to happen at an unknown point in the distant or not too distant future.