By: Jerome Carter
The Potawatomi Nation is a Native American group who lived occupied the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi River Basin. The Potawatomi traditionally spoke the Potawatomi language, which belongs to the Algonquian language family. Today, however, many people of Potawatomi descent speak English or other Native...
By: Cotton Lee
Skulls are one of humanity's most reoccurring symbol of death, and a very powerful icon in the visual realm of cultures all over the world. Thirteen crystal skulls of seemingly ancient origin have been discovered in parts of Mexico, Central America and South America, giving...
By: Ted Sherman
Reacting to stress involves a series of lifetime challenges. Stress starts in our first year of life when we feel the need for food, reach out to be cuddled and try to receive other basic requirements. Babies react to those kinds of stress by crying...
By: Lenna Gonya
Everyone encounters stress at some point in their life. If they are lucky, it is a brief period that is short lived, conquered, and forgotten. In these cases, there may be a great deal of tension, but most people are able to navigate through this...
Finding the real meaning of intelligence
By: Zachary Kuhn
Academically gifted students perform or show the potential to perform at significantly high levels of learning when compared to others their age, experience, or environment. These students display high performance capability in intellectual areas, specific academic fields, or in both areas. Children identified as academically...
Living alone
By: Christyl Rivers
Living alone is not possible. If you breathe air, drink water, and or eat anything grown in soil, you are not just one thing, but a collection, and many parts of many things. There is no separation in the natural world. All separation, is in...
Primal leadership: Realizing the power of emotional intelligence
By: Christyl Rivers
Emotional intelligence is the idea that when we know our emotions, we create awareness about ourselves, about others, and about real and potential abilities. If so, we can better manage our selves, our business, and our social skills with others in these same areas. The...
Is DNA evidence as reliable as forensic evidence?
By: Blake Higgins
CSI critics, rejoice: new research is part of a growing movement that believes forensic science has some serious problems to address. Arizona State University law Professor Michael Saks recently talked about the growing concerns being voiced by members of the concisely-named Committee on Identifying the...
Evidence of evolution: How scientists determine that evolution has occurred
By: Christyl Rivers
Science determines that evolution has occurred by looking at how things evolve today, such as the mutations that lead to super virus, and super bacteria. They use the scope and scale of the geologic record. They see the difference among all living animals, but more...
By: Tygar Mccutcheon
In the late 50's a study was conducted by Dr. Friedman and Dr. Rosenman that classified the population into two separate groups by personality traits. One of the types created is commonly known as the 'Type B' personality. In the separate classification system the Type...

 

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