“We must come to the land of the Nile for the origin of many of man’s most distinctive and highly cherished beliefs,” Sir William Osler.
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In this segment of Mr. David Butler which is named "How far away is it", he introduces the most basic distance measurement techniques, and illustrate their use in my backyard.
Here in Egypt lies a spot that paves the road to the cosmos. It is a place that reflects the beauty of the sky on ...
Al-Kindi was a prominent individual and a versatile genius in the History of the medieval Islamic Golden Age. He was known as the “Father of Islamic Philosophy”.
Coined as the “Voice Roaming Killer”, VoxEra is an Egyptian invention that just might jeopardize the cash cow of telecom companies, who are ...
“And the sun runneth on unto a resting place for him. That is the measuring of the Mighty, the Wise. And for the ...
Why is there something rather than nothing? Why does so much interesting stuff exist in the universe?
Given the continuous growth of human population and the enormous increase in global demand for energy, energy supply is becoming less and less, ...
Algebra. Even the word is enough to strike terror into the hearts of junior high and high school students the world over - not to mention send shivers of apprehension down the backs of their parents as they start the process of solving for "x" or "y", and sometimes both.
Thinking about the origin of life on earth has long driven humans to develop theories to translate those thoughts.
Over the last few decades, Professor Salim Al-Hassani, -the author of the famous book “1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World”-, has helped ...
Three school children visit a dusty library to research the story of ‘The Dark Ages’. What they find transforms their world view dramatically ...