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  1. My reply:

    “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is
    limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” A. Einstein

    Duh, the word history means investigation, into the past. There has been and never will be a way to reduce history to a theory that reproduces all the facts, sorry. Neither will Science invent a Cosmoscope that can peer directly into the past. Science can only sample the present and make up theories, which works great for timeless laws of the Universe, but not history, which is about unique events. Hence history is all about cramming as many facts into your mind as possible and then gaining as many insights as you can by quantum entangling your mind with the facts. That’s why Einstein was a piker at history.

    Of course the school system has utterly failed at teaching history, because of Einstein’s mindset, and instead bores them with piker theories concerning facts that are just waved away, trivializing the entire subject. Only I have been working to stage a revolution in history teaching so that students can learn more facts faster and remember more than ever been possible. I’ve sadly been unable to interest investors, who instead love to throw their money away on patenting the human genome and other dry holes. With good investment I could turn history around from everybody’s least favorite to most favorite subject, and school hundreds of millions. The revolution could then spread to all knowledge-based subjects including law, social science, etc. I can just hope an investor even surfs to my site Historyscoper.com and spends some time. In the meantime this article adds to a zillion others lamenting that the masses are history ignoramuses who can be led by the nose by demagogues while offering lame non-solutions which will soon become yesterday’s fish paper, which doesn’t bode well for the future, does it?

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