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Philosopher Debra Satz named dean of Stanford's School of Humanities and Sciences - Stanford University News
Mississippi Humanities Council hosts panel to discuss state and city infrastructure crisis - Mississippi News Now
STEM is essential for our nation's future. But it's not the only discipline that matters. - USA TODAY
The Dazzling Beauty of the Shwedagon Paya
The Shwedagon Paya is much more than just another temple. It is the cultural and religious heart of Myamar.
Understanding Astrological Predictions
Opinions about astrological prediction are generally divided: "Mysterious! Magical!", say some; "Nonsense!", reply others. In fact, both views are based on a misunderstanding of the nature of how astrology really "works".
Those Dirty Mexicans--Oh, Really?
When my wife and I announced that we were moving to Mexico, one of my wife's relatives asked us,"Why do you want to live with those dirty Mexicans?"Besides wanting to slap some sense into this person, I was particularly sickened (as in wanting to projectile vomit Linda Blair-style) by this hideous and most heinous stereotype. I have wanted to know since then where this originated.
The Oldies? Nostalgia? Watchyacallit?
Our culture is defined by what we have access to! With the concentration of media the access as been restricted to the newest tunes..
Learn How To Draw Faces Realistically
Drawing a face isn't as hard as it looks. To draw a realistic human face, it takes mapping out the face correctly before you fill in the finer detail.
What About Those Pyramids?
'Mr. Rhodes aspired to be the creator of one of those vast semi-religious, quasi-political associations which, like the Jesuits have played so large a part in the history of the world.
A Short Biography on Some of Europes Most Loved and Hated Monarchs - Pt 4 Queen Mary I
Queen Mary I of England was born in 1516 to Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon and was the first British monarch to rule in her own right. Mary was pronounced queen in 1553 and ruled for five years after the death of Edward VI.
Astrologers Just Plain Stupid?
We live at an interesting time of scientific knowledge. Scientists say that you cannot gain an advantage over the Casino, since the odds are stacked against you.
Feng Shui Horoscopes
A great tool to help you find out more about yourself.Chinese feng shui horoscope is based on twelve animals which represent you depending on the year you were born.
Mexican Living: Daily Schedule of an Expatriate
I was wondering if you might be interested in what I do with my time as an expatriate and if I have any sort of real life. I guarantee you that I do.
The Nos Feratu
The Caduceus has the pine cone representing the Pineal Gland which it looks like. Clearly the Edwin Smith Codex alone should be enough to tell us that the Egyptians knew a great deal about the human anatomy.
Game Theory - What Do Game Theory and Improv Theater Have in Common?
"Game" TheoryThis article was inspired by Mick Napier's book ?Improvise: scene from the inside out" in which he draws comparisons between Physics and Improvisation. It made me think - I know a little bit about game theory (I majored in it) and it has the word "game" in it, so chances are it'll have something in common with improvising, which is really nothing else but playing games.
Is Timing the Secret of Success?
Success is often viewed as a magic potion. Market demand has always been there, but no-one has worked out the recipe or how to bottle it.
Personal Protection Specialists and Celebrity Stalking
Celebrity stalking has become the way for the socially inept to; A. "normality" or B.
Spain´s Flag - A Red And Yellow Beauty
Spain´s flag (the national one) is as colorful as the country itself with its red and yellow horizontal triband.The yellow stripe is in the middle and is twice as tall as each red band, and the height of the flag is two-thirds the width.
Humanity - the sole endeavor of sanctity in every man, the moribund symphony serenading in all perceptions, the extinct deference suggestive of life-humanity. Something already sold to that trait of the individual defined as war.
Numerology Is More Than Numbers
Over thiry-five years ago, I picked up a book on numerology and began to have a hard time believing that numbers had anything to do with my life. Shortly thereafter, I was awakened from a deep sleep by a loud voice that seemed to scream into my ears, "Numbers are real!"Since that time, I have found out that numbers really are real.
Archaeology and Spirit Guides
One of the northern derivatives of Hopewell of interest to a few scholars is the anomalous Effigy Mound culture of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa. The remains attract attention because of the range of animal forms represented by the low effigy mounds.
The Trafalgar Way - Devon Remembers the Battle of Trafalgar
During the third week of August 2005 the Trafalgar Way was officially inaugurated in Devon to commemorate the bi-centenary of the Battle of Trafalgar.The Lorna Doone, an original North Devon stagecoach visited inns and hostels along the full length of what is now know as the Trafalgar Way in Devon.
How to Create a Multi-Artistic Piece (Article 1 of 2)
In the late 19th century the music world was graced by an artist who would push the boundaries of music and art. Richard Wagner laid the foundation for performance art.
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