By: Lian Slayford-Wei
Isolation and Identification of Arboviruses from the Sultanate of Oman Arboviruses are the name given to arthropod-borne viruses that are transferred by invertebrate animals (arthropods). Scholars are increasingly interested in this subject as it can help the treatment of animals who suffer from these viruses...
Branches of anthropology
By: Jesse Vorton
The chief branches of anthropology include physical anthropology, archaeology, linguistic anthropology, cultural anthropology, and social anthropology. In many respects these branches sometimes overlap. For instance, cultural anthropologists, and archeological anthropologists study many of the same cultural features. The major difference between the two is that...
Sahelanthropus tchadensis
By: D. Vogt
Sahelanthropus tchadensis is the species name given to a cranium and some jaw and tooth fragments believed to be about seven million years old, which may be the remains of an as-yet-unknown early hominid species. They were discovered in Chad in 2001. - Fossil Remains...
What does an anthropologist do?
By: Jesse Vorton
Anthropologists do many things. There are different branches of anthropology i.e. cultural, archaeology, and physical anthropology. They work differently across each branch. They are scientists, in which their process to entering a newly discovered community, (seldom any today) or working within foreign regions, they...
Zecharia Sitchin's controversial theory of the origins of man
By: D. Vogt
Zecharia Sitchin is a Soviet-born American writer on paranormal studies and alleged influence in early human history by alien travellers (so-called "ancient astronauts"). In particular, Sitchin believes that a planet following an extremely long elliptical orbit through our solar system, called Nibiru, is home to...
Is Cryptozoology a Valid Science
By: Nate Zinn
The question of whether cryptozoology is a valid science or not is one that I found harder to answer than I first expected. Cryptozoology literally means the search for hidden animals. Those that claim to be cryptozoologists often look for such things as bigfoot, the...
By: Rebecca Adele Scarlett
When reading informative articles, you may occasionally notice jargon that is difficult to decipher for the casual reader. Most specialties have their own acronyms, abbreviations and shorthands which, while they do save time and space, are not always known to the general public. Although most...
Mysteries of ancient technology
By: T.S. Garp
UFO believers ascertain that there is evidence in ancient texts that clearly describes ancient aerial battles taking place in ancient time. Did ancient cultures have somehow the power of flight before the invention of aircraft? The ability to fly has always been a dream of...
What 'survival of the fittest' means
By: Christyl Rivers
The phrase: “Survival of the fittest” is confusing. This is because Evolution is driven by environment. The environment, at least over the time it takes for mutated changes to affect evolution, has nothing to do with whether somebody, be it a mouse, a Neanderthal...
By: Francis Jock
Shamanism, in its simplest form of definition, is the beliefs, teachings, or system of following Shamanistic behavior. The easiest way to unravel this is to consider other "ism's' such as Calvinism, Catholicism, Judaism, Mormonism, and Buddhism. At the center of the term lies the core...

 

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