Yeah. Fun fact: Earlier I was debating about killing off Kaiser Ferdinand once he got home. It'd play out with him discussing matters with General Vorbeck or one of the other Generals he trusts, and he'd ask them what they thought the best ways to get rid of humanism in Eastern Kaiserreich was. However after turning his back he'd be stabbed and collapse on the floor, the killer would monologue about some stuff and bring up Ferdinand's son, and it'd end with Ferdinand dying and the last thing he'd see being a photo of him and his son.
However I decided against killing him off at this stage, but if you want I can make a post about it to show how it would go down.
I wonder where on Earth you kids read these things..
The Harappans used mathametically guided construction
The Greeks invented scientific inquiry.
Christianity didnt become a solid myth until a millenium after
The first to codify scientific rigor were Muslims inspired by Greek works
Science is coded into the human brain, the method of observation and inference is how other great apes, octopuses, dolphins, whales and ravens also behave
The falsifiability doctrine is barely a century old
The stastically significant Bayesian theorem is even younger
Everything we are, including religion, was the products of evolution