By: Tanya Kin
Science has no relation to this age-old argument of whether money can buy a person's happiness. Science has evolved over time through people's curiosity of the world around them. When someone wakes up in the morning and look outside, they wonder why the sun is...
By: Betty Carew
Cynophobia or more commonly known as a fear of dogs is a phobia that a few people suffer from. As with all phobias the fear of dogs is hard to overcome and as with all fears you have to try and get past it. Getting...
By: Das Govind
Can human beings change the way they are ? Human Beings can change the way that they are. This is not uncommon, but it does take a lot of work and perseverance. There are many times when people say that they are trying to change, but...
Why people use drugs and alcohol as a means of escaping reality
By: Mike Bond
Really, there are four little beasts: Alcoholism, depression, anxiety, and panic attacks. It's a chicken and egg situation. If you suffer hangovers after drinking, are you becoming more and more depressed? Quite possibly you are, so you drink some more and round and round it...
The origins and future of exoarchaeology
By: Nick Ford
Brace yourself for a flight of the imagination. Exoarchaeology, sometimes known as xenoarcheology, is a hypothetical branch of archaeology that looks for the physical signs of past and present alien cultures. Although this may sound far fetched and not a subject to pursue in these...
The paradox of altruism
By: Jenna Pope
“In giving we receive” is a paradox, at least in Western culture. Many Americans live by the dollar. It determines their value; the dollar is almost worshiped. They never have enough of it and are always looking for ways to make more. Some Americans...
Explaining the anthropology of race
By: Charles Loveless
Pitfalls of Race Race, in it's self does not denote biological differences, but cultural and social differences. There are many theories out there that speak of multi-evolutionary lines of development, and more. Recently there are attempts to trace mitochondrialDNA factors to the roots of human...
Is Political Ideology used to Control the Masses
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
Ideology throughout the ages has been used to manipulate and control whole societies. The proof for this is written throughout history. Historically,dictatorships, {and even democratically- elected governments}, have been able to subjugate their citizens virtually at will. How have they been able to do...
By: Amanda Krystofiak
Psychology began with foundations in both philosophy and biology. Both fields had a set of questions that required experimentation and scientific investigation. Philosophy had questions that great minds speculated on for hundreds of years, before the thought of using science to answer them even...
Eastern Africa: Home to the first Hominids
By: Chris Pine
Tracing the origins of man is a favorite activity among anthropologists and archaeologists. Although they have now found hundreds of fossils of our ancestors, they still argue over where the original home of the first hominids was actually located. Originally, it was believed that the...

 

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