Date of First Americans Pushed Back Over 2,000 YearsAn archaeological dig site near Buttermilk Creek in Texas is challenging scientist's understanding of America's first residents. The site contains small stone tools which are believed to have come from about 15,000 years ago, which is more than 2,000 years earlier than previously thought. Fox News reports that the cache was found some five feet below the level where the earliest human deposits have been found and contained "15,528 artifacts, including chipping debris from working stones and 56 tools such as blades, scrapers and choppers."Read on...
Science Shows: Violent Video Games Make You Less Stressed and Depressed
Christopher J. Ferguson, associate professor at Texas A&M International University has completed a study on the effects of playing violent video games on 103 frustrated young adults.
The results suggest that violent games reduce depression and hostile feelings in players through mood management.
This should come as no surprise to anyone who plays the odd video game. They're games. But, some people who play the odd video game know people who don't. Perhaps they'd like something to link those people to?Read on...