white knowledge
 n.— «He continued, slowly, by a process of osmosis and white knowledge (which is like white noise, only more useful), to comprehend the city, a process that accelerated when he realized that the actual City of London itself was no bigger than a square mile.» —by Neil Gaiman Neverwhere July 1, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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