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Q: What do you think about the history you've being taught ...?

It is a huge hypocracy, mildly speaking ... angel

 

One, who has an access to u-Tube's, see title: 

 "The Movie Great Pyramid K 2019"

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMAtkjy_YK4

 

It's a historical documentary ... about Egyptians and Negro Egyptians from around 2600 b.c. ... with proofs stones for building of pyramids in Giza and similar monuments around the world, i.e. 7 wonders (S. America, India, Thailand, Laos, Indonesia, Australia ...), were not extracted, but built in cast ... 

 

Utmost interesting ...

 

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History is always subjective to interpretation by who is telling the history. I doubt A Nazi's version of history is the same as their foe's version. 

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I haven't watched that doco so won't comment on it, but things are being found all the time that point to ancient history being a lot different than what we think we know.

 

 

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My history education was a total failure. Sure I learned about people, dates, places and events but I didn't know these dry facts weren't interpreted by woke and were in fact racist, patriarchal, colonialist lies.

Now the progressive hivemind has incorporated me I am now free to abuse random people in the street, chant at diners, burn whatever I like, loot, steal, assault and best of all, if anyone disagrees with me or fails to be as woke as I demand I can just destroy their life.

History doesn't repeat itself but it does rhyme a lot.

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History is always subjective to interpretation by who is telling the history. I doubt A Nazi's version of history is the same as their foe's version. 

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Title from The Conversation, British online portal:

 

The golden ratio: an ancient Greek formula could be responsible for most hit musicals

 

May 14, 2021 1.15pm BST

 

https://theconversation.com/the-golden-ratio-an-ancient-greek-formula-co...

 

The golden ratio is an irrational number approximately equal to 1.618. It exists when a line is divided into two parts, with one part longer than the other. The longer part (a) divided by the smaller part (b) is equal to the sum of (a) + (b) divided by (a), which both equal 1.618.

The ratio is found in nature, such as in the patterns of seeds within a sunflower, the shape of snail shells and, most recently suggested, in the human genome. Its connection with the aesthetic beauty of nature has attracted creatives throughout history to use the number to create art, music, and design.

 

Ancient Greeks were most likely record it, but who used metric measures and Golden ratio first? 

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