It seems not quite that long ago debates surrounding the significance of the Third Industrial Revolution were well underway, and now due to recent exposure at the World Economic Forum, the debate is shifting from the Third Industrial Revolution to...
The area of modern-day Iraq, Syria, Jordan, and Israel-Palestine comprise the area of what is commonly referred to as the cradle of civilization. Around 5,000-1,750 BCE within the Mesopotamia region, the Sumerians formed, of what is commonly accepted amongst the archeological community,...
Previous evidence has led most researchers to conclude that the continent of North American held a timeline of the earliest humans arriving in the Americas about 15,000 to 20,000 years ago. However, new discoveries continue to shatter preconceived notions...
Within the last couple of decades, there continues to be a stream of groundbreaking archeological finds that could potentially challenge the very notion of civilization and necessitate a rewriting of the historical timelines of human history. Myths passed on...
Science is considered the search of understanding, however techniques for acquiring such understanding continue to remain culturally relative. Consider Indigenous research, which incorporates common understanding and Indigenous perspectives. In contrast, non-Indigenous scientific methods are generally acknowledged as Western science....