Much of the knowledge we believe as accurate facts today is susceptible to being exchanged for new facts in the future. In history, knowledge is considered historical facts. In the human sciences, knowledge refers to scientific findings from that are considered scientific laws, theories, and behaviors. As time progresses, more research and analysis is conducted in history and the human sciences to ensure that the knowledge we “accept” today are accurate, correct in all details. If experts in each area such as psychologists or historians find faults in “accepted knowledge” within their area of knowledge, they will decipher whether the faulty knowledge needs to be totally discarded and replaced with new facts that are evidentially supported to be more accurate. Faults in knowledge may be uncovered by scientific findings in the human sciences or a discovery of new and authentic primary sources in history. The knowledge issues that will be explored pertaining to history are “To what extent does historical knowledge need revision?” and “How might the manipulation of revisionist history restrict one from achieving accurate knowledge?” The knowledge issue to be explored pertaining to the human sciences is “Are there any theories or laws in the human sciences that have withstood the test of time?” I believe that to a small degree history is in need of revision to make sure historical knowledge’s accuracy is maintained, but revisionist history may be easily manipulated. I also believe that in order to increase our knowledge in the human sciences, we must partake in trial and error regarding psychological theories. Revisionist history isn’t extremely common, but it’s surely not rare. story is revised when scholars find inconsistencies or … … middle of paper … …. The more time granted to us in the future allows historians and psychologists to engage in more scientific research and analysis to ensure that what we accept as accurate facts are kept as knowledge and facts that are proved false or inaccurate are discarded. There are dangers of manipulation when it comes to revisionist history, but with proper monitoring revisionist history ensures that our historical knowledge’s accuracy is maintained. We must use approach revising history with extreme caution and skepticism. The human sciences has had its share in correct theories and disproven theories, but the disproven theories also furthered knowledge in the human sciences since new discoveries were soon replaced such as how genetic influence replaced the clean slate theory. We must learn from our mistakes in order to redirect our approach to discovering accurate knowledge.