“It’s quite gobsmacking to think that a story could be told for 10,000 years,” Nicholas Reid, a linguist at Australia’s University of New England specializing in Aboriginal Australian languages, said. “It’s almost unimaginable that people would transmit stories about things like islands that are currently underwater accurately across 400 generations.” —Scientific American.
Sondra's Garden: Butterfly Release Honors Dr. Lettrich (Seton Hill University)
Does Math Exist?
A study in breaking news headlines.
Fatal Encounters: One man is tracking every officer-involved killing in the U.S.
Keyboard Shortcuts for Novelists
Minnesota authorities can't arrest or threaten journalists after judge approves settlement...