By: Steve Lussing
We must always be prepared for a paradigm shift in our thinking on subjects like human evolution. Nothing is etched in stone. We are still in the process of reconstructing the progress of the evolution of this world from its early beginnings and of the...
By: John Graham - 384486
A young baby, despite the cooing of its mother and her declarations that it looks just like it's father or brother Ted, is composed of a mess of chemicals only some of which have a connection with its parents its chromosomes have a recognizable family...
By: Bridget N. Watts
I do not believe that people are afraid to help others, nor do I believe that people do not want to, or are unable to help others. Most people are generally kind natured, and more than happy to lend a hand. Of course, not everyone...
By: Robert Williscroft
I am a member of Mensa, the high IQ society. I wrote this article for other Mensans, but upon re-reading it, I thought Helium members would enjoy it equally.Three people go together to a prix fix restaurant. They pay $30 to the matre d'...
By: Marisha Vernon
As a person with multiple mental illness, along with knowing many people with mental illnesses...I believe for the most part people are correctly diagnosed. However, there are many people who misdiagnosed. The reason for that, I believe, is that there are so many mental...
By: John Traveler
Finding the real meaning of intelligenceOn the surface of it, intelligence would seem to be a pretty simple and straight forward thing. Perhaps a measure of human mental capacity or aptitude, something we can measure with an IQ test, the product of an education. It...
By: Anne StClair
When we think about evolution we usually mean biological evolution, which is the gradual change in species and the development of new species over a long period of time. There are several other categories however, such as cosmological, physical and chemical evolution.The word evolution...
By: Anne Banks
Galeophobia or, if you prefer, selachophobia...they both mean the same thing to suffers from the fear of.......(yes, Cue in that Jaws music)......SHARKS! In oceans around the world, these fish swim about, and in fresh water too, with their streamlined bodies, growing from...
By: Alan Sullivan
Cavanaugh & Blanchard (1994) present theories of love consisting of three components: passion, a physiological desire for someone; intimacy, the feeling that one can share all one's thoughts, and actions with another; and commitment, the willingness to stay with a person through good and bad...
By: Christine G.
The evolution of our species is a subject of great interest and controversy. Evolutionary history continues to be revised as more discoveries are made. If we know where we came from, perhaps we will have a better idea where we are going. Humans are relative...

 

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