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Science is more focused on what's going to happen tomorrow and History is more about what had happened in the past.
There are certainly many reasons why people prefer one over the other.
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Mitch Alan says
I remember that programme. Don't know what happened to Mr Burke, though. It was good while it lasted, but maybe it was a bit above some viewers if it was taken off the air because of falling ratings.
Trouble with the way 'subjects' are dealt with in education many can't figure a link between, say, geography and history or science. In itself English Language is a study in history!
When we look at events in our past certainly it helps us to better understand and make choices for our present. I like the idea of choices for our future which certainly involve some science too.
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Tijani Achamlal says
Thanks for offering your comments on this question.
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Beata Stasak says
ın my opınıon history can give a right to science .but when we look at the evolution of human for example ; people had contributed to their life with science discovering the world by judging and proposing some theories like why ,how,where..
Kieran Gracie says
This is a very interesting answer. Thank you for taking time to share and to point out your life experience. It may be that a few readers of your response will consider history more interesting and important.