Cathal Morrow is embarking on an experiment to live for a year without lying. When he's done, he'll report the results in a book to be titled The Complete Kant
. (The title refers to Immanuel Kant, who said that lying is always morally wrong.)
Morrow doesn't seem to have a publisher yet for the book, though according to the Guardian
, he does have a private equity company financing him for the year in exchange for half the profits of the book. (The book better be a bestseller if they expect to make a return on their investment.)
I don't believe it's possible to go a year without telling some kind of lie, unless you stop communicating altogether.
If, at the end of the year, Morrow claims to have done it, I won't believe him.