By: B.J.
Nearly 150 years after its first publication (1859) Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species is still one of the most hotly contested scientific works of all time. No other groundbreaking scientific theory has experienced such a prolonged backlash as Darwinian evolution. Germ theory revolutionized...
By: Randy Crum
Biological evolution has really the same definition as any other type of evolution. It merely means change over time. In biological terms it means change in the genetic characteristics of a population of organisms over time. Note the phrase "population of organisms". Individual organisms don't...
By: Sarah Piper
When choosing an archeology program there are two important things to consider. First, will the program cover the area(s) of archeology that interest you, remember archeology is a vast field and different schools will often offer different sub branches of archeology based off of their...
By: Andrea Waling
Becoming an archaeologist requires great focus and determination. Archeology is not just a science, but a social science as well. Depending on your specific interest determines what kind of archeology you wish to pursue.To become an archaeologist requires a number of years in university...
By: River Addington
In India and Iran in early times there was a presence known as the "Aryans". It is believed that "Aryan" derives from "Noble" in ancient languages. It is also believed that there is a people derived from these Aryans still living today. These days they...
By: River Addington
As with many early ages, the Iron Age was named after the material that their modern tools were made of. Thus in the Iron Age the peoples used iron, as opposed to the Stone Age and Bronze Age. The Iron Age was the last of...
By: G. Everett
A virtual view from Google Earth software one can definitively visualize what many satellite imagery and thermal images portray as aerial archaeology at a global prospectus. Aerial views of the earth from a higher advantage gives us various airborne images that can be used for...
By: Laura Pattillo - 264897
Common perceptions see aerial archaeology as an archaeologist sitting in a plane taking pictures of sites. This perception is partially true. However, it is more than just taking photographs. Yes, photography is its prime subject, but it is more than just photography. It is the...
By: Dhani Schimizzi
If what fellow HELIUM writer Sarah Piper says is true, that "artifacts are the butter of archaeology" then I have a lot of "butter" under my belt in the form of a little-known literary treasure that details the exact location and contents of an ancient...
By: Gina Gallacher
An Introduction to Aerial ArchaeologyYou can be sure that an aerial photograph of a potential archaeological site is worth more than a thousand words to an archaeologist and they can thank O.G.S. Crawford, known as the inventor of the scientific use of aerial...

 

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