By: Christyl Rivers
About 2,200 years ago, a man was murdered and thrown into a peat bog, but why? Lindow Man is an ancient Celt whose mummified remains were discovered in the summer of 1984. Found in the peat of Lindow Moss, near Manchester in the United...
By: Whitney Rose
There is no conclusive proof that violence is within a person from birth. In many cases it is clear that genetics have nothing to do with some offenders’ criminal behaviour. Most scientists and mental health professionals have agreed that violent tendencies can come from a...
By: Merryl Lentz
Talk is cheap – but if you're an extrovert, it's worth its weight in gold. The meek don't really get an opportunity to inherit the earth – the extroverts won't let them get a word in edgewise. And extroverts are not just the talk of...
Expressing emotion over past events
By: Christyl Rivers
Non-human animals are better able to live in the present moment. This is both a survival mechanism, but also provides a concrete reason why non-human animals do not ruminate upon the past with regret and/or longing. Other animals do, of course, learn lessons from the...
Human psychology, instance of suggestibility
By: Christyl Rivers
People believe in absurdities. They are suggestible for many reasons. There is wishful thinking. There is a need to feel assured. There is human pride. There is trauma at thinking about a less desired alternative. There is a survival mechanism that works for short term...
By: P.B. Budvietas
Memory is a strange thing. It helps you relive the past in all its glorious detail; it helps you formulate ideas and make judgments about what you are seeing in the present. You can review virtually everything that has happened to you over your whole...
Why it is often difficult to learn from experience
By: Alli Guaman
It takes a truly strong person to learn from experience and the best part of the whole concept is that anyone can do it. So why can’t everyone do it? Well, it’s not as easy as it sounds and to each person, there...
Archaeologists unearth ancient Roman road in Jerusalem
By: Leigh Goessl
An ancient road has been uncovered in Jerusalem that dates back to Roman times. Leading from Yafo to Jerusalem, the road has been estimated to be about 1,800 years old. It was found during an excavation being performed by the Israeli Antiquities Authority (IAA)...
Archeologists uncover undisturbed royal tomb full of treasures in Peru
By: Leigh Goessl
In an amazing find, a team of archeologists working in Peru uncovered royal tombs that were still intact with riches. At the dig site, the graves of three Wari queens were found. The internationals team of researchers, led by Polish and Peruvian archaeologists, have made...
Why it is often difficult to learn from experience
By: Charles Goodmaker
There is little doubt that the Homo sapiens’ ability to learn from experience is a trait that sets us apart from most other species in the animal kingdom. This ability has evolved and been perfected for a specific way of life in order to ensure...

 

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