Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Hanna Kathleen McDeavitt
Indiana Jones is cool. I remember when the first film came out, I was 11. I was having the "proverbial" trouble at home and the only thing that seemed to help me escape was writing and movies. When I saw Raiders of the Lost Arch'...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Dave Simmons
Sometimes, you see an debate topic on Helium that just makes you stop and wonder how on Earth it came up in the first place. 'Is Indiana Jones bad for Archaeology' certainly gave me one of those arresting moments. Is this seriously a problem that's...
By: Dawn Taylor
"The Ancient Springs Talk" Unlike any other species on the planet, we humans hold onto our past heritages. We search out our genealogy and cling to days gone by. We learn from our past victories and failures. We see who we were and who we...
By: Dawn Taylor
"A Trip Back in Time"Based on Article: "Exploring the past"from Sun-Herald.com, January 15, 2005 There is a wondrous place in North Port, Florida. This place holds a wealth of knowledge about the people who once settled there and the lives that they lived. The...
By: Christine G.
The evolution of our species is a subject of great interest and controversy. Evolutionary history continues to be revised as more discoveries are made. If we know where we came from, perhaps we will have a better idea where we are going. Humans are relative...
By: Aaron Hanlon
One of the most fascinating aspects of human evolution, is why did it begin? What happened deep in the time line of humanity that was so radical, so different to what all the other primates were doing that it was to kick start the evolution...
By: Kevin Thalersmith
Ever since Darwin's "Origin of Species," evolution has been acknowledged as the basis for knowing how mankind came into existence. Different scientists have explored many theories to describe how early primates turned into humans as we see ourselves today. It is generally agreed that...
By: Rev. R. D. Brown
The first man was neither born nor evolved; he was created by God on the 6th day of the creation week. The first woman was likewise divinely created. It is from those two original humans that all mankind would descend. Genetically they must have differed...
By: Charles Q Blair
In the beginning, some 4.4 Billion years ago shortly after water liquefied scientific consensus is that 'life' developed on our planet. From then we have to wait quite the while for the appearance of our earliest ancestor - for the sake of argument we...
By: Giles Bovis
Wiser men than I, psychologists, philosophers and theologians have debated human evolution for centuries. What remains clear from this era of enlightenment, is that the truth about humanity and our origin may be found only through factual knowledge and factual knowledge lies in a process...

 

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