Stonehenge, built between 3000 B.C. and 2000 B.C. in Wiltshire, England, is often considered the most mysterious thing on planet Earth. Both the structure's purpose and the method used to build it have puzzled people for millenia.
According to LiveScience, some of the most mysterious things on Earth include Stonehenge, the pyramid city of Teotihuacan, the Great Pyramids of Giza, Cahokia, the Nazca Lines, the Bermuda Triangle and Area 51. The Nazca Lines are a 660 feet ground drawing south of Lima, Peru. The meaning or purpose of the drawings is unknown. In Urfa, Turkey, the Gobekli Tepe is considered mysterious, as archaeologists question how primitive humans were capable of building such a complex structure.Learn More
A stereotype is something that is used inherently by all people to help them determine where a person, an experience or an object falls in the realm of life and can be a good thing when it helps people to separate men from women or a snake from a twig. Stereotyping is not always "wrong," and, in some cases, it is a natural part of life.Full Answer >
The advantages of human cloning include being able to cure diseases through stem cell therapies, making it easier for infertile couples to have a child and producing individuals who are highly intelligent. However, as there are multiple laws surrounding it, as well as the scientifically challenging aspects of the process, it is questionable whether full cloning can become possible.Full Answer >
On an Intelligence Quotient (IQ) test, a score of 140 or higher is considered a high IQ while a score of 160 or higher is commonly considered to be a "genius" level score. An IQ score of 200 or higher is commonly considered to put an individual at the level of "unmeasurable genius."Full Answer >
Families with household income above $100,000 per year are considered to be upper class in the United States. The top 5 percent are households that make more than $150,000 annually.Full Answer >