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Since the time of the Stone Age, humans have depended on the giant grass known as bamboo. And despite most varieties having never been cultivated, there are over 1000 known species, and over seventy-six genus in existence today.
Published by James R. Coffey 93 months ago in Science | +9 votes | 10 comments
Anthropology: A Four Field Approach American anthropology has come a long way in the last 50 years. It is still by no means a perfectly coherent discipline, but the four field approach has brought some interdisciplinary norms that are used as standard in todayÂ’s anthropological endeavors.
Published by Creighton Smith 95 months ago in Science | +6 votes | 0 comments
A history of Pre-Darwinian paradigms and evolutionary paradigms and the conflict of diversity of species.
Published by Creighton Smith 95 months ago in Science | +3 votes | 0 comments
The sight of a cricket ball swerving in mid-air can be a very impressive but somewhat startling sight. It appears as if it is spinning for no reason; after-all there seems to be nothing near it that is capable of making it move. So what makes a cricket ball spin?
Published by Alistair Briggs 99 months ago in Science | +3 votes | 2 comments
Brief look at the Steady-state Theory.
Published by Alistair Briggs 100 months ago in Science | +1 votes | 1 comments
Important uses of starch as food and its significant industrial usages.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 100 months ago in Science | +4 votes | 0 comments
Is it true that you can actually boil water in a paper cup? Apparently so, if the cup contains a liquid which acts as a 'heat sink...'
Published by thestickman 100 months ago in Science | +8 votes | 8 comments
The geoid is a hypothetical representation of the earthÂ’s surface used as a reference line to measure topographic heights and ocean (bathymetric) depths on the earthÂ’s surface.
Published by James Corey 102 months ago in Science | +9 votes | 9 comments
Tektites are natural black, brown or olive-green glass believed to have been formed by the impact of a large meteorite on Earth'Â’s surface. Great heat and pressures were required. The 'dryness' of all tektites suggests that they were formed or at least, solidified, in outer space where there is no air nor water. Some facts of tektites support this theory while other new and intriguing findings suggest other possibilities.
Published by thestickman 102 months ago in Science | +11 votes | 7 comments
Asparagus contains chemicals that pass into human urine and attract fish. There are three kinds of asparagus and it is thought to be beneficial in preventing heart disease.
Published by Louie Jerome 102 months ago in Science | +11 votes | 10 comments
Learn important information about x-rays. Why are they needed, how do they work, and what are some dangers?
Published by Account Deletion Requested 102 months ago in Science | +11 votes | 8 comments
Sally Ride was the first woman in space and advocate for all women in science, math and technology
Published by carol roach 103 months ago in Science | +11 votes | 11 comments
Expired patents may have great innovative potential combined with newer techniques of today.
Published by Colin Dovey 105 months ago in Science | +8 votes | 6 comments
The Preying Mantis, the insect predator of the Field. Bold and majestic, this insect is a favorite of every culture and they come in many variant forms.
Published by thestickman 107 months ago in Science | +1 votes | 3 comments
Life is a journey
Published by Marlene Bricker 112 months ago in Science | +2 votes | 0 comments
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