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Of the world's 300 honey varieties, none is stranger and more dangerous than mad honey.
The author of "Auroville: The City Made of Dreams" talks about the difficulties of establishing (and writing about) utopian societies.
Scientists have found evidence of hot springs near sites where ancient hominids settled, long before the control of fire.
Most of Stonehenge's megaliths, called sarens, came from West Woods, Wiltshire.
Artifacts uncovered in southeast Asia offer clues on early complex human cultures.
Would you study abroad online?
That's not frankincense you smell at the "holy of the holies."
You can't really have an opinion if you don't know all sides of the argument.
Is the experience we call "love" felt the same in every language?
Understanding society as an ever-changing archipelago, rather than as a fixed, closed structure.
A new study finds that societies use the same acoustic features for the same types of songs, suggesting universal cognitive mechanisms underpinning world music.
Is the way we hear music biological or cultural?
Critics complain that Maslow's hierarchy of needs focuses too much on the West. Yet other cultures often have similar ideas about personal development.
Why one expert believes it is knocking on death's door.
"In so far as bodily movements build the brain, every movement a human makes matters."
"Earth" features about 30 of the biggest names in entertainment.
The Bajau people's nomadic lifestyle has given them remarkable adaptions, enabling them to stay underwater for unbelievable periods of time. Their lifestyle, however, is quickly disappearing.
The hard part was keeping the list down to ten.
Arranged marriages and Western romantic practices have more in common than we might think.