It’s estimated that The Gloria Knolls Slide is well over 300,000 years old and around 32 cubic km in volume; this is around 30 times the size of Uluru, the famous rock landmark in central Australia.
How We Make Decisions: Scientists Identify The Two Brain Mechanisms Which Control Speed And Accuracy
According to a new research scientists have identified two distinct mechanisms in the human brain that control the balance between accuracy and speed when making decisions.
From the moment we are born we are taught that there is a society, and it is a linear evolution society, from primitive groups of primates, to nomadic hunter-gatherers, to city-dwellers with domesticated animals and agricultural techniques.
A ‘lost continent’ that was once squeezed between Madagascar and India apparently now lies right under the Indian Ocean Island Nation of Mauritius.
History is written by the winners. Obviously it’s rather difficult to bang out a historiographical monograph if you’ve been wiped from the face of the earth — but barring that multiple versions of events will survive.