posted on Sep, 7 2008 @ 10:18 PM
I think you may be on to something, but I think more and more there are teachers who promote creativity, as opposed to having the conservative
knowledge stance. For instance, I am terrible with math and science. I shine in English/Literature/Arts and especially History. I have a great
memory, though not photographic, and communication skills that can blow the doors off the best salesman. In my last year at college, my roommates
were both Finance majors. To me, they were two of the biggest losers (for lack of a better term) I have ever encountered. They were always quiet,
never talked, and never would do anything. It was shameful to call them my friends. To this day I truly believe they are a part of the upbringing of
an NWO system in the schools.
This was especially prevalent during the cold war with the emphasis on math/science. I am not saying that these fields are irrelevant, by all means
they are FASCINATING, especially to me. Quantum physics, chemistry and biology have always been "hobbies" of mine, but it just takes me longer to
understand them because I'm always questioning "Why?" Although, I think that scientists are extremely arrogant, with their "know-it-all"
attitude, and sometimes you just have to laugh at them and shrug it off. A lot of them live in a deluded world in which they think they can provide
all the answers. There are some things man will never understand, and most likely we were never meant to understand them.
In any case, it does seem to me that the more creative students are always shunned in schools, and it's really sad. Some of the most genius minds in
history have been "creative" in nature.