By: Nouri Arif
I would like to address this issue with one proviso, that being the exclusion of any ceremony that initiates a male into a private or secret society. The intent of this posting, then, is to address the issue in terms of what it is...
By: Billy B. Bob
The Neanderthal DebateMass extinctions are more common than many realize. In fact, the scientific community has discovered evidence of five such extinctions throughout the 3.6 billion year history of life on this planet. Some speculate there may have been many more. In addition to...
By: Billy B. Bob
Neanderthal: Hunting Practices In Current Anthropology (47), Daniel S. Adler, Guy Bar-Oz, Anna Belfer-Cohen, and Ofer Bar-Yosef present an archaeological analysis concerning the hunting practices of Neanderthals and modern humans. They state their research "demonstrate[s] that Neanderthals and modern humans practiced largely identical hunting tactics"...
By: Jerry Feheley
The definition of evolution is: a process of change in a particular direction. The definition of theory is: an acceptable principal to explain observed facts. The Theory of Evolution is not a theory among many other theories. It is not a way of doing something...
By: Robert W. McDonald
An interdisciplinary team of archaeologists, historians, and engineers led by Ehud Netzer, professor of archaeology at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, have announced that they have discovered the tomb of King Herod I at Herodium, an archaeological excavation site about 15 miles from Jerusalem. Better known...
By: Angela S. Young
Survival of the fittest is a Darwinian term. It means what it says: if you have an advantage over others, you will more likely propagate and your line will continue. For males, strength, ability to provide, or even looks may cause more females to gravitate...
By: Craig Hawkins
Many Young Earth Creationists (not all) are happy to accept Micro-Evolution; but denounce Macro-Evolution. They make the claim that macro changes within species cannot happen, because as just one example: one never sees a "cat turn into a dog". Creationists often use the word 'kind'...
By: Althea
Boas and Freud, a match never thought possible. They would seem to be natural born enemies, Freud the very essence of what Boas seemed to be fighting against yet despite many differences Boas found fundamental similarities with Freud. The fact that Boas was interested...
By: Reno Wolfe
There should be no such thing as a "debate" concerning the Neanderthals. Many consider them to be direct ancestors of Homo sapiens. Others think they are completely separate, having no connection whatsoever with modern man. If the Neanderthal was not, or played a part in...
By: Jane Smith - 210665
I'm not a scientist, but have found myself thinking about the mechanism of evolution lately. I've been thinking about different strands of information that get reported in popular publications, about viruses, about mechanisms that switch genes on and off, and about cane toads. Cane toads...

 

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