Scarce archaeological findings and early Spanish accounts from the colonial era constitute all that is known about them. Some scholars suggest their settlement dates back about 4, years. The Arcaico and Igneri co-existed on the island between the 4th and 10th centuries. They called it Boriken, meaning "the great land of the valiant and noble Lord". This lasted until Columbus arrived in
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Y-Rods[ edit ] George Casely uses a hazel twig to attempt to find water on the land around his Devon farm Traditionally, the most common dowsing rod is a forked Y-shaped branch from a tree or bush. Some dowsers prefer branches from particular trees, and some prefer the branches to be freshly cut. Hazel twigs in Europe and witch-hazel in the United States are traditionally commonly chosen, as are branches from willow or peach trees. The two ends on the forked side are held one in each hand with the third the stem of the Y pointing straight ahead.
Main article: Kinsey Reports Kinsey is widely regarded as the first major figure in American sexology ; his research is cited as having paved the way for a deeper exploration into sexuality among sexologists and the general public, as well as liberating female sexuality. Kinsey had been studying the variations in mating practices among gall wasps. During this time, he developed a scale measuring sexual orientation, now known as the Kinsey scale , which ranges from 0 to 6, where 0 is exclusively heterosexual and 6 is exclusively homosexual ; a rating of X for "no socio-sexual contacts or reactions" was later added. In , Kinsey delivered a lecture to a faculty discussion group at Indiana University, his first public discussion of the topic, wherein he attacked the "widespread ignorance of sexual structure and physiology" and promoted his view that "delayed marriage" that is, delayed sexual experience was psychologically harmful. Kinsey obtained research funding from the Rockefeller Foundation , which enabled him to further study human sexual behavior. These publications later became known as the Kinsey Reports. The Kinsey Reports, which led to a storm of controversy, are regarded by many as a precursor to the sexual revolution of the s and s.