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Improving History - Forget To Never Repeat
April 10, 2018
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"Mistakes of the past will never be repeated once we can forget how to repeat them."

If we consider today's history is censored by academia and lacks diversity and creativity. In the past history was controlled by government and religion. But how will history look in the future after humanities next great paradigm shift? Find out how we can improve history!

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