By: Colette Georgii
The Plano culture was the last group of prehistoric Native American people or Paleoindians that inhabited the American Southwest before the Archaic age. The Plano culture or plains people emerged with the end of the Ice Age in about 8000 BC. End of the Ice...
By: M. L. Kiser
Most of us have repeatedly heard, read or encountered someone else who has, of the Mayan Doomsday Prophesy for 2012. Fewer have probably heard of the legend of the Crystal Skulls. The last days of the ancient Mayan calendar occur in 2012. Why? No one...
By: Can Tran
In order to learn how social groups are created in the first place, and maintained in the long run, you have to understand what is considered to be a social group. A social group is defined as the following: a social group that comprises of...
By: Chris Wiegard
Crazy Horse was the adult name of a charismatic Sioux warrior who is still remembered with reverence by the Sioux nation. Born around the year 1840, and dying in the year 1877, Cray Horse participated in many of the major battles between the Sioux and...
By: Shawn Wells
The history of North America starts with groups of nomadic peoples wandering across the continent. One of these groups is known as the Clovis people, a group of prehistoric hunters that established themselves in widely different areas, ranging from the southern United States to northern...
By: Jerome Carter
The Potawatomi Nation is a Native American group who lived occupied the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi River Basin. The Potawatomi traditionally spoke the Potawatomi language, which belongs to the Algonquian language family. Today, however, many people of Potawatomi descent speak English or other Native...
By: Cotton Lee
Skulls are one of humanity's most reoccurring symbol of death, and a very powerful icon in the visual realm of cultures all over the world. Thirteen crystal skulls of seemingly ancient origin have been discovered in parts of Mexico, Central America and South America, giving...
Is DNA evidence as reliable as forensic evidence?
By: Blake Higgins
CSI critics, rejoice: new research is part of a growing movement that believes forensic science has some serious problems to address. Arizona State University law Professor Michael Saks recently talked about the growing concerns being voiced by members of the concisely-named Committee on Identifying the...
Evidence of evolution: How scientists determine that evolution has occurred
By: Christyl Rivers
Science determines that evolution has occurred by looking at how things evolve today, such as the mutations that lead to super virus, and super bacteria. They use the scope and scale of the geologic record. They see the difference among all living animals, but more...
By: Sabrina Dawkins
Anthropomorphism is the attribution of human characteristics to nonhuman entities. According to anthropomorphism.org, "until 2004, the Pittsburgh Zoo did not name its animals publicly, for fear the public would think of wild animals as pets or people." Humans are inclined to want to...

 

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