Is Cryptozoology a Valid Science Chupacabra Loch Ness Monster Bigfoot Yeti St Brendan
By: Jess Howe
Cryptozoology tells us about culture; it studies creatures about which each culture back then and now believes. It's part of a culture's mythology and religion, and is therefore very important, and very valid.We don't question whether or not it makes sense to figure out...
Cryptozoology
By: J. Francis
Is Cryptozoology a valid science? Is Cryptozoology a valid science? That's a valid question. To which I am sure somewhere, there must be a valid answer. But since this is only my opinion, I could have voted no, as easily as I voted yes...
Archaeological sites: Khok Phanom Di
By: Jess Howe
Charles Higham first dug with Rachanie Thasarat at Khok Phanom Di. Located in central Thailand near the seacoast, the site was interesting to the two archaeologists because it was in a mangrove swamp. CERAMICSA large amount of pottery was found at the site, both in...
The history of Tepe Yahya
By: Jess Howe
Dr. Lambert-Karlovsky started digging at Tepe Yahya in 1965, spurred on by his interest in the works of previous archaeologists such as Sir Aurel Stein who dug near there in the 1920's. Until then archaeologists had assumed that people were only literate as far east...
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...
Indiana Jonesgoodbad for Archaeology
By: Morton Mcinvale
As avid an Indiana Jones fan as they come (I still wear his brown fedora- courtesy of Disney world -, and listen to the John Williams theme song whenever my cell phone rings), nevertheless, I must reluctantly admit: Indiana Jones is bad for archaeology. As...
By: Sammy Stein
This can be answered from two view points. Firstly, you might argue that orgasms indeed prevent humans from selecting their best possible mates because almost anyone can instigate an orgasm if they have sex with another and stimulate them so they enjoy it and achieve...
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...
Why are women and men different?
By: Robert Grice
Are women and men different? Numerous books have explored the issue in the past. One of the most popular books was John Gray's "Men Are From Mars and Women Are From Venus" and it addressed the different ways that men and women interact with each...
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...

 

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