I often have "random, uneducated question" regarding history. See, I am not a historian and would not even know where to start search for some questions.
Google may not be helpful: the question will not be "how to split a string in python" - which has plenty of answers because this is a tangible, technical one. It will be about something which is possibly documented in Tome XV of "History of the Lithuanian Monarchy", which I will have no idea to check.
What is a "random, uneducated question" for you is not for someone else. I am pretty sure that some of the questions you may have regarding physics are "random and uneducated" for those who work in the field, but as an ex-physicist with a PhD I would still be happy to answer it as it may be interesting for others (and possibly reduce anxiety)
I believe that history is prone to such questions and it would be a shame not to let people ask them, just because they did not research it themselves - often because there would not know where to look.