By: Michael Fassbender
The art of mummification is one of the great achievements of ancient Egyptian civilization. There was not a single, unchanging system; over the course of some three thousand years of history, the process of mummification was gradually refined, with occasional setbacks as well. Moreover, different...
By: Maureen Leung
Culture loss happens when contemporary culture replaces traditional culture. It is difficult to prevent culture loss as society continues to change. Individuals are not able to use traditional culture to adapt a new way of life. Instead, they have to learn and adapt new culture...
By: Julie Thomas-Zucker
Underground as well as above ground pipes, arches, an accurate gradient, and inverted siphons are all important features of ancient Roman aqueducts. The aqueducts provided water for drinking as well as for fountains and bathing that later emptied into sewers. The Romans built most of...
Why it's important to stop living in the past
By: Christyl Rivers
Live in the moment. It is where eternity is. This idea, often proposed throughout history by prophets, philosophers, and poets, is not a new idea. If you center your thoughts on the past, you are not alive in the moment. If you worry too much...
Nurture vs Nature what is Natural Reaction are we Products of up Bringing Natural Instincts Dna
By: Christyl Rivers
Human beings, like all other animals, are born with instincts. Most everything you do is done, actually, for you. Even your thoughts as you read this sentence are automatic, and not fully “controlled” by some sort of choice you have. Breathing, digesting, even balance...
Features of ancient Roman aqueducts
By: Nancy Seddens
The Roman aqueducts were a multi-step system for bringing water from a distance to Roman cities and from there to distribute it. The aqueducts began as stone, brick or volcanic concrete channels that carried water at a slight downward slope from their source, and from...
Types of obsessive-complusive disorders (OCD)
By: Crystal Bustamante
Obsessive-compulsive disorder, which is characterized by persistent anxious or apprehensive thoughts and repetitive behaviors to ease the anxiety felt by the afflicted person, affects approximately 2 percent of the population in the United States (Rapoport). While many misconceptions exist regarding what obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is...
By: Steve Marshall
It might not seem so obvious at first that our anger can turn into hate. This is anger that we have with something or another that then turns into hate, and it is usually being then directed against those very same things that we were...
Understanding the science of motivation
By: Luke Bawden
Motivation comes from pleasure and pain. Psychology as a science looks at archetypes, social conditioning and many other factors. Abraham Maslow wrote about where our needs sit. Survival needs sit at the top of his triangle; death is quite some motivation. Passion fuelled ambition has...
By: Barbara Zarrella
Motivation: there have been so many studies and multiple answers found. All differ in the how and why. Circumstances, cultures, standard of living, all have an effect on what motivates a person. Covered here are how a person's economic circumstances, how a person looks at...

 

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