By: Bridget Webber
Handwriting analysis, or graphology, can help us discover secrets hidden in the depths of personality. The art of analyzing handwriting is so popular, that employers may use it when making choices about who to hire, and who to stay clear of in the employment field...
By: Karen Pfeiffer
Garrett Morgan was an American inventor who lived from 1877 - 1963. Born in Paris, Kentucky to parents who were former slaves, he and his ten siblings helped run the farm on which they resided. By the time Morgan was fourteen, he had grown tired...
By: Rhonda Coyle
In Aristotle's book of Metaphysics, *he argues that there is a certain principle, that it is not just hypothesis, and it cannot be proved, since it is employed in all proofs. This principle is known as "the Principle of Non-Contradction" or PNC. And it states...
By: Bruce Griffin
Is it a mistake to believe we need to think from a scientific platform to find truth? Scientifically speaking, we rely on the sciences to give us precise answers that take us to the "next step" of solving answers, in several different scientific fields, that...
By: Kevin J. Putnam
Reason and faith combined is the way to the truth. To think scientifically, that is emperically, does not forbid the use of faith. In Galileo's letter to the Grand Duchess Christina he was attempting to point out that reason and faith could co-exist and were...
By: Faye Daughterson
The secrets of graphology are why handwriting analysis is so interesting. Handwriting analysis is like having x-ray vision into anyone's personality. At a glace the trained eye can see if this person is outgoing, traditional, friendly, mean, open, conscientious, artistic, gives attention to detail, are...
By: Molly Carter
Graphology, or handwriting analysis is becoming more and more popular. Dating back to 1622, Camillo Baldi published the first known book on how analyzing someone's handwriting can offer insight into a person's personality.When a persons write their conscious constantly phases in and out. When...
Is the Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle Based on Fact or Fiction
By: Rex Coker
The Bermuda Triangle has many anomalies happen there that is fact. The human mind can conjure up fictional things to why there are disappearances and ships floating around empty, but that's all fiction explains about the facts of the Bermuda Triangle. Magnetic anomalies, Rouge waves...
By: Colette Georgii
Thinking scientifically may be the right way to get to the truth for the person who is scientifically oriented such as any of the scientists working in scientific disciplines, but not all people can get to the truth scientifically. There may be many different ways...
By: Darian Peters
Truth is a very slippery concept and various people would define it in wildly different ways. In the Enlightenment a notion of absolute truth was one of the key heuristics of the movement towards the modern worldview of science. This is the idea that there...

 

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