One way that archaeologists discover and gather clues about the past is by digging very slowly and carefully in the ground. Over time, objects and buildings once used by people can become buried by natural processes, such as by blowing sand or flooding. Past people also buried objects themselves as a way to store them or throw them away. As such, archaeologists often have to dig in order to collect objects made or used by past people (called artifacts) or to find the remains of houses or other buildings (called features). This is called excavation. It is a dirty job, but it can be a lot of fun and is a great way to uncover clues about the past. Most excavations take place at archaeological sites, or locations where people in the past lived, worked, and threw stuff away.
Once they are done digging, archaeologists bring everything they find back to a laboratory. There, artifacts are cleaned, identified, counted, and weighed. These artifacts can then be studied to learn about how people lived in the past. Using artifacts, archaeologists can learn about what people ate, how they built their houses, what games they played, or even what kind of government they had.
While archaeologists have made many discoveries, there is still a lot about the past that is not known. Future archaeologists are needed in order to create a more detailed story of the past.
The Star Beings explain There is a diversity of worlds in the cosmos from where you have come from, and these worlds are different from your experience on Earth. When you left these worlds, these different places in the cosmos, to incarnate on Earth, you brought a part of that world with you. That part was energy, or light. It was a gift of light that supports transformation on the Earth. You can work with the light of this gift right now. In your spiritual practice you are. ~ Energy Transmission, Unknown
“It’s hard for the non-wealthy to fathom how it could be that the ultra-wealthy are just as miserable, if not even more miserable, than average people.
That’s because true happiness in life comes from love and selfless. The reason life purpose makes you happy is because it’s supposed to an act of love and selfless. To have a life purpose is to devote your life in the service of others, showering the world with your love. If you don’t have that, no amount of money will fulfill you.
So what’s really being missed is a spiritual connection to life. Spirituality is just the cultivation of your love and selflessness.
And this is the fundamental problem with capitalism. Capitalism creates a relentless pressure to chase after more wealthy and material success at the cost of spiritual connection. So material resources are funneled to the top 10% or 1%, while everyone else is left in wage slavery. In such a system, the ultra-wealthy are too busy hoarding resources to develop a spiritual connection. And the non-wealthy are too busy working to make ends meet to develop a spiritual connection. And so neither the top nor the bottom of society has an spiritual depth. And both end up miserable.”
When designing a building, today’s architect will look into how to reduce carbon emissions during the building process as well as across the building’s entire lifespan. They will research ways in which to make use of renewable energy sources. They will seek out locally sourced materials to lower their carbon footprint caused by the logistics of moving materials.
All of this is not simply a case of ensuring for a more desirable ‘product’ for the architectural client, but is often also a matter of meeting regulations. The more environmentally aware the world becomes, the more stringent adherence to sustainable building processes becomes.
The fan effect is a psychological phenomenon under the branch of cognitive psychology where recognition times or error rate for a particular concept increases as more information about the concept is acquired. The word “fan” refers to the number of associations correlated with the concept.
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