Is Cryptozoology a Valid Science
By: T. Scott Randolph
Cryptozoology is a branch of study that specializes in the study of hidden animals. In other words, it is the search for animals that have not necessarily been seen by the general public or accepted by the "accredited" zoologists. There are many such creatures that...
The history of glass making
By: Gillian Taber
Glass is everywhere we look. From the bottles and jars on our shelves to the mirrors we look into and the windows we look out of. Glass is such a part of our lives that we take it for granted and few of us consider...
The history of glass making
By: Jess Howe
Glass making has a fascinating history, which I'll show you here.THE BEGINNINGProbably, the first glass was obsidian, a volcanic rock which is translucent and would have been easy to find. There is for instance evidence that in Turkey in the Middle Paleolithic, it was...
Cryptozoology not a Valid Science or Science at all
By: Christopher Merritt
Cryptozoology Not a Valid Science, or Science at All Einstein said that "All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree" (1950). True or not, each discipline is its own branch and each are built on different, yet important knowledge foundations. Religion and...
Cryptozoology
By: J.B. Doyle
Critics of cryptozoology often refer to Bigfoot when discussing the science. It is considered by some as a pseudoscience because it involves the search of animals considered to be extinct or creatures not likely to inhabit the earth. Cryptozoologists often track beasts that are the...
What 'survival of the fittest' means
By: Paul Morley
How often have you heard the term "survival of the fittest" used as an explanation for the theory of evolution? In fact, the term fitness in this context has little to do with physical strength or endurance as one might imagine, and use of the...
By: Matt Van Cura
Paleopathology: The Study of Ancient Diseases Paleopathology is the study of disease in ancient remains. It attempts to understand the cause of ancient diseases, and how they spread. This is particularly useful to understanding the origins, spread, and prevalence of today's infectious diseases. Included in...
Cryptozoology
By: Guy Takamatsu
While cryptozoology may not be a hard science like chemistry, it might be classified as a sort of social science: a combination of history with a bit of detective mystery thrown in. When this writer took a philosophy class, he learned that one of the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Physical Anthropology is also called Biological Anthropology. In this sub field of Anthropology, the areas of human and primate evolution, genetics, and the development of human characteristics are explored. The emphasis is on human biological development and the history of human development. Biological Anthropology gained...
By: Jillian Jacobs
Cultural anthropology, also known as socio-cultural anthropology, and archaeology are quite closely related to each other. They both belong to the larger academic field of anthropology, the study of all human experience. This field is also occupied by linguistic anthropologists and biological or physical anthropologists...

 

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