Some of the original Welsh settlers in Patagonia who arrived on the Mimosa and are pictured here around 1890.

How the Welsh Preserved Their Language and Culture in Patagonia

A Look at Argentina’s Patagonian Welsh Communities Buenos Aires, Argentina’s sprawling Atlantic metropolis, captivates visitors with its blend of French, Italian, and Spanish architecture and cuisine. Patagonia, in contrast, hosts a more unusual culture in its vast and once barren … Continue reading How the Welsh Preserved Their Language and Culture in Patagonia

This image shows a variety of quinoa with all different colors.

Chavín Domestication of Quinoa and its Affects on Civilization

The Chavín civilization flourished in the vertically stratified terrain of present-day Peru. Archaeological evidence suggests that the Chavín experienced a shift from a mobile lifestyle to a more sedentary lifestyle for a dependable food supply. They domesticated crops, such as … Continue reading Chavín Domestication of Quinoa and its Affects on Civilization

Rows of rectangular sections of plants are seen in a greenhouse.

The Progressiveness of Horticulture and Its Beneficial Future Post COVID-19

Horticulture is one of the few greatest realizations that came with the pandemic. In the last year, people had no choice but to stay indoors and away from their workplace and regular leisure activities. They hurriedly bought foods and necessities … Continue reading The Progressiveness of Horticulture and Its Beneficial Future Post COVID-19

Kapok Tree

Ecology: Significance of Plants in the Human and Ecological Environment

What sets Earth apart from other planets is its ability to sustain life. Plants are a critical resource because of the many ways they breathe life on Earth. Mainly, as they release oxygen into the atmosphere, absorb carbon dioxide,  provide … Continue reading Ecology: Significance of Plants in the Human and Ecological Environment

Neolithic Age women

Anthropology: A Brief Study of Women’s Roles in Ancient Times

Introduction Throughout recorded history, women have been slated as occupying a lower status than their male counterparts. When discussing gender roles in recent popular culture, stereotypes may come to mind in which women were regarded as delicate flowers whose main … Continue reading Anthropology: A Brief Study of Women’s Roles in Ancient Times

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Göbekli Tepe Redefines the Paths to Civilization in the Origin of Society and Religion

Introduction When looking upon an ancient remnant of humanity, it’s almost impossible to imagine yourself in the shoes of those who once walked this same Earth and undertook the seemingly Sisyphean task of creating something as grand as the Pyramids … Continue reading Göbekli Tepe Redefines the Paths to Civilization in the Origin of Society and Religion

Priceless reaction from tribal children discovering the online world through a tablet screen

Anthropology: Modern Technology and Its Impact on Culture and Society

Technology influences society through its products and processes, which consequently influences the quality of life and the ways people act and interact. On the other hand, social needs, attitudes, and values also influence the direction of technological development. For societies … Continue reading Anthropology: Modern Technology and Its Impact on Culture and Society