To determine how many . bombs were dropped on each Iraq and Syria, we looked at the percentage of total . OIR airstrikes conducted in each country. They were nearly evenly split, with percent (or 2,941 airstrikes) carried out in Iraq, and percent (or 2,963 airstrikes) in Syria. Therefore, the number of bombs dropped were also nearly the same in the two countries (12,095 in Iraq; 12,192 in Syria). Last year, the United States conducted approximately 67 percent of airstrikes in Iraq in 2016, and 96 percent of those in Syria.
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I think the conviction that people have, that it was once different, is not so much about the fallibility of human memory. I think it has more to do with attitudes about memory; that people feel their memories are what is really real. Whenever you find that something you strongly remember is wrong, confronted with strong and unambigous evidence that it is wrong, you can laugh about it and be a little more humble and aware that your brain is not a video camera. Or you can double down and natter on about conspiracies and alternative universes.