The Firestein interview addressed science education and made me wonder: why do most instructors place so much emphasis on what people know than what questions they have? Is science education really training to become a perfectionist? Also I believe science classes in high school should give attention to open questions and fields. For example, in most high school physics classes all the material corresponds to Newtonian mechanics but modern astrophysics, quantum mechanics, or relativity are not discussed. It would be nice if biology classes give a preview of computational neuroscience. I believe doing this would enhance the notion of 'the more I learn, the more I realize how much I don't know' which can spark curiosity instead of carrying a boring predisposition of claiming that science has all the answers.