By: Roy C Dudgeon
The Ecological Lessons of the Past:Case Study: Easter Island-Introduction:Studies of the relationship between ecology and society have long been part of the discipline of anthropology. This is true not only of contemporary ethnographies, but of archaeological studies of past societies as well. Many ecological anthropologists...
Ancient tombs discovered in Egyptian city of Luxor
By: Christine Zibas
The Antiquities Minister of Egypt Mohamed Ibrahim announced in January 2013 that Italian archaeologists working in Luxor made a new discovery. According to the “Huffington Post,” the Italians discovered tombs more than 3,000 years old beneath the temple of King Amenhotep II...
By: Elizabeth M Young
There are mistakes that are made when referring to Graphology as a legitimate and wholly formed science that encompasses all fields of study and investigation of human conduct and nature. The science of Graph (writing) and logos (speech) is legitimately used in medicine, forensics, and...
Do orgasms prevent humans from selecting their best possible mates?
By: The Dingo
Do Orgasms Prevent Humans From Selecting Their Best Possible Mates? The idea of whether a man or a woman deliberately seeks out a partner based on sexual prowess or the ability to deliver a resonating orgasm is not fictional. And the thought of sex has...
Why are some people afraid of storms?
By: Angela Baze
Honestly, when you stop to think about it, storms can be terrifying things. The whipping winds that can push you over or make some of the largest branches or even the trees themselves bow to them, the loud BOOM from the thunder, or the pounding...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The Stone Age has captured our hearts and minds for centuries. As the evidence of the activities and lives of our earliest humans and human ancestors was discovered, the world became permanently fascinated. To this day, new discoveries are treated as "breaking news" because of...
By: Suzanne Rose
Women who grow up as only children may end up being more contented, independent and successful. There are a variety of reasons for this. The following are some ideas for why this may occur for some women. The parents will be able to devote all...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The mall offers three basics of being a safe place to interact socially: There are people around. That means that there are witnesses around. Excessive drinking of alcohol or drug use is prohibited. Otherwise, the mall offers a bright, clean, beautiful place to get away...
Biography: Margaret Meade
By: Elizabeth M Young
Born in 1901, Margaret Mead was the oldest of four children and the daughter of two educators. Her mother and paternal grandmother were the two greatest influences in her young life. (She did not like her maternal grandmother for some reason.) After a brief...
By: Elizabeth M Young
A sacred trust. A sacred cow. A sacred agreement. The word "sacred" has been used to describe everything from the last hundred dollars in a savings account to a prized pair of sewing scissors that no one else is supposed to touch. The Japanese crown...

 

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