I like my life, warts and all. One of the very reasons why I am cautiously happy that time travel does not seem to be possible is that I would not change one thing about my life, with very few possible exceptions. However, sometimes I indulge in thought experiments, brought about spontaneously or by a book passage that I just read. This latter case just happened to me.
If I could change three historical facts without timeline consequences (I know that’s not possible by the way) they would be:
(1) The burning of the library of Alexandria.
(2) The artificial division of Africa and the Middle East by the Europeans.
(3) The Holocaust or any other genocide-like event.
What are yours?
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