Heisenberg's principle of uncertainty and life in the real world
By: R Shimoda
To most readers, the Heisenberg's Principle of Uncertainty is a mysterious term that means nothing. For those with a background in particle physics, it is an interesting equation that shows the relationship between the actual velocity of a given electron and its exact location in...
Examining the psychology of hoarding
By: Gracie L. Sprouse
Are You a Hoarder The definition of a hoarder is someone who continually stores away more of a product or item than they can reasonably use. So having too much of something is okay, but having too, too, much is not okay. The important thing...
Natural selection versus life experience and human behavior
By: James Dubreze
We ought to believed that we are not free, and that the very idea that we have free speech is only a figment of our imagination. We live in a world of appearances, created by the human mind, which uses the material senses as...
Written Text as a Communication Medium
By: Ryan Gray
This question falls in line with the time-honored tradition of investigating whether the item that came first still has what it takes to last. But the item under examination here has been around longer than just about every other form of communication, so there is...
Introduction to the three basic analytical thinking tools
By: ib
Scientific theory is based on the fundamental concept that as our knowledge of planet Earth increases, so must our theory. It is the developed human brain's ability to observe, question analyze and interpret how everything works that has allowed the human race to evolve away...
By: Cody Hodge
The neat thing about history is that it is always being rewritten despite already having taken place. Whether it be the events, or the people involved, or the outcome, it can always be viewed from different lenses. Sometimes history makes people out to be heroes...
Biggest disasters that were caused by mankind
By: Shelly Barclay
Ever since the dawn of the human species, mankind has left his mark upon the Earth. Early humans were hunters and gatherers. Unfortunately many species of wildlife have been hunted to extinction to feed man's ever growing appetite. In modern times mankind's imprint on this...
By: John Traveler
Religion of one type or another, has been a part of the cultural fabric of human societies well back into the murky epochs of prehistory. The Teutonic funnel beaker people buried their folk in graves stocked with pottery and provisions for the afterlife and adorned...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Natural selection is an interesting idea when juxtaposed with human behavior and life experience. Natural selection involves the survival of those living entities that are best at adapting to challenges from the environment. Human behavior is that which is actualized by human beings as they...
By: Art Moran
Despite the natural resilience that most children radiate prior to reaching their adolescence, there remains extensive findings whereby; it can be determined that being raised in poverty can have lasting effects both psychologically, and sociologically. There are specific attributes children seem to possess that tend...

 

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