The Philosophy of Learning and Educational Success

Noted Philosopher, Academic, and Educator John Dewey developed a unique perspective in regards to the concepts of life and learning. He believed there was a strong correlation between philosophy and education. Dewey was also a strong proponent of continual education though not always through traditional means. For anyone … READ MORE

Ancient Human Fossils Found in Laos Reveal the Existence of Unknown Human Species

A jawbone and a skull found just a few meters from Tam Pa Ling cave near Annamite Mountains in northern Laos reveal the physical diversion of early modern humans. These fossils, whose age is estimated between 46.000-63.000 years, provide us information about this species’ migration in Southeast Asia, … READ MORE

We May Find Extraterrestrial Life within the Next 20 Years, Say NASA Scientists

Is it finally time to meet our neighbors in the universe? According to science, the time is upon us, just lurking right around the corner. In the next 20 years, we may find extraterrestrial life, and many questions will finally be answered. What should we expect? We … READ MORE

5 Things about Introverts Other People Just Can’t Understand

Sometimes, being the pensive introvert and preferring to spend time alone over spending time with others may mean other people just don’t understand certain things about your personality. Paying close attention to one’s own thoughts, emotions and being selectively social may seem alien to others who aren’t … READ MORE