Here’s some exciting news about Highlands University professors: Brandon Kempner, English, published the essay “Feathering the Truth” in , which discusses feathered dinosaurs, the nature of reality, and the contradictions of postmodern American culture.
Brooks Maki, Chemistry, presented two posters regarding ongoing research concerned with the discovery and synthesis of new biologically active organic small molecules at the national American Chemical Society meeting in Denver.
13 members of the chemistry club travelled to Denver to participate in the meeting.
Thus sometimes, dating is dependent on paleontologist scholarship to provide the historical context against which an artifact's relevance and age can be assessed, through stylistic comparison with cave paintings and engravings at other archeological sites.
At present, a large variety of fossils, tools and artifacts are being studied by paleoanthropologists and other Stone Age scholars, in order to fix their date of origin.
It is usually homogeneous and highly porous and is traversed by vertical capillaries that permit the sediment to fracture and form vertical bluffs.
The word loess, with connotations of origin by wind-deposited accumulation, came into English from German Löss ( Loess is homogeneous, porous, friable, pale yellow or buff, slightly coherent, typically non-stratified and often calcareous.
Loess often stands in either steep or vertical faces.