posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 07:03 AM
This thread will attempt to deal with education. Who was the first scientist? Who was the first mathematician? Who was the first historian? etc.
Somebody at some point in history began teaching these, and other, subjects to people around the world. My question is quite simple. If, for example
"John Smith", decided to figure out how to calculate the area of a field 10,000 years ago how did he check his equation?
No-one else would have the knowledge required to check ANY of his maths. So how do we know that what we are taught in school is correct? after all it
is merley a regurgitation of information passed from one to another over a period of time.
For those of you that will say, "even if John Smith was wrong then we will have learned how to do it by now", are mistaken aswell, if the initial
information and mathematical equation was wrong then how would know where to begin to put right any errors?
This questions, if thought about, will cast doubt over everything we have learned through school, college etc.
Is THIS the way that TPTB have managed to keep us dumbed down for so long, by incorrect teaching, by passing on knowledge that doesnt tell the full
story, including history, and then keeping the true info for themselves and their cohorts? Some on here will say this is a load of bs, but can you
definatley say without a shadow of a doubt that what you know is 100% true and accurate?
Peace to all.