The fate of the Neanderthals
By: Vonda J. Sines
In reproductions, they look startling like many of us. Neanderthals were paleoanthropological beings anthropologists consider to be the Pleistocene species of the Homo genus. Their connection to homo sapiens (us) is still debated. They inhabited Europe and parts of western and central Asia, with their...
Manipulating Politics
By: Michael Patrick
ANY ideology, whether political or religious, is used to manipulate the electorate. That's today's problem. In today's poisonous Washington game, politicians have two objectives: (1) to get elected; and (2) to get reelected. American-style democracy is still a noble experiment that has survived two centuries...
Social aspects of Homo erectus
By: Vonda J. Sines
Homo erectus is an extinct species believed to have been the first hominid to leave the African continent. The issue of whether we are the direct descendants of this species is still being hotly debated.The Homo erectus species migrated from Africa to various parts...
What was Cro-Magnon man's life like?
By: Vonda J. Sines
If you enjoyed reading about the adventures of Jean Auel's character Ayla in the "Clan of the Cave Bear" series of books, you have a good idea of what life was like for Cro-Magnon man. Ayla lived during this period.Cro-Magnon man has been classified...
How Neanderthal man lived
By: Vonda J. Sines
Neanderthal man was a species that lived in Europe and sections of western Asia during the Middle Paleolithic period, between 29,000 and 230,000 years ago. An excellent reference on Neanderthals is www.neanderthals.us.According to this site, the physical attributes of Neanderthals...
The psychology of age
By: Dr. Schulte
Age is a meaningless number, but can have psychologically devastating consequences for those who actually buy into the social tags that are associated with it. Age can be blamed for just about any malady or condition that we find ourselves in, such as the weight...
How to achieve a higher level of self confidence
By: Audrey-Anastasia Alleyne
Lift Your Life To The Next LevelDepression over losing a job or rejections at interviews and auditions can strike a hard blow to one's ego. Life is unkind to many of us at many stages in our lives, in some more than others. When we...
Why we procrastinate and how to stop
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
There is a little demon that plagues the best of us. It's called "procrastination." It may not be part of our lives all the time, but occasionally to some of us, it makes itself known. Procrastination is just a matter of putting things off...
Why a human being needs solitude
By: Stephen Mark Richardson
With the stress and strains stemming from personal, local, national and global problems, it's no surprise that people are looking for a little more me' time.Solitude is a very difficult subject for others to comprehend, especially if those people are loved ones who are...
What is evolution?
By: John Cowley
The accepted biological viewpoint of evolution is one in which all life forms are the result of the expression of genes (segments of DNA), which have been modified and selected by the environment (Crick, 1994). Genes contain information on how to build an organism and...

 

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