By: Angel Sosa
The Bronze Age, exactly what did this age comprise of? Well, this age was the second age of three part prehistorically era classified as the “Three-Age System“. The term was coined by Christian J. Thomsen in 1843. The Three-Age System was an inspired idea...
Understanding the relationship between natural selection and evolution
By: Hans Hell
The natural selection is a necessary sub-process during evolution. Charles Darwin was the one who, together with Alfred Russell Wallace, presented the theory of natural selection as an explanation for the observed differences between species. Natural selection is often summarized by the phrase "survival of...
By: Patrick Stephen Baker
Neanderthals (Homo sapiens neanderthalensis) thrived in Europe for about 300 thousand years, only going extinct some 30 thousand years ago. Cro-Magnons, also called Early Modern Humans (Homo sapiens sapiens) entered the European continent from Africa and the Middle east about 80 thousand years ago, coexisting...
Introduction to art history: Prehistoric rock paintings
By: Lea Miller
Ancient man created images that continue to fascinate viewers and researchers alike. Images of animals, birds, and people have been found on every continent except Antarctica. They are a glimpse into the lives and surroundings of our ancestors. Part of the allure is the mystery...
By: Steve Bro
Few words can provoke such a passionate response in people as “Evolution”. It can mean different things to different people, depending on their level of education or background. Many might be surprised to learn that evolution, as a scientific theory, was not the invention...
How to plan a career in forensic anthropology
By: Theresa Ann White
There is no telling how many college students in criminal justice programs found their career by watching television programs that glorify the profession. Perhaps they are fans of Ducky’s lab in NCIS or the Art Deco glitz of the CSI Miami crime lab. What...
What is evolution?
By: Jarule Onyxstone
The best way to define evolution - "a fairy tale for adults." The best evidence that evolutionists use to support their claims is the fragmented skulls that were eventually collected and pieced together, comparing its design with that of the bone structure in the...
What is evolution?
By: Jay O'Toole
Evolution is the meta-narrative of science, which offers one explanation of the existence of life on Earth in its present form. The foundation of the word, "evolution," is the word, "evolve." Evolve intimates "the transformation of one living being in which the extant...
By: Helium01
Throughout the records of history, characterization of human development has been a major challenge for modern archaeologists. It has been an ongoing process that involves making conclusions about a specific culture’s way of life, often with only a small array of human remains at...
By: Shekinah Quinnett-Cook
Since the dawn of creation, man has been in relentless pursuit of sustainability. From early Hunter-Gatherer cultures to modern Agrarian societies, humankind has fashioned for itself tools by which to proliferate natural resources. No tool has impacted human culture more than that of early edged...

 

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