Fasting is an obligation on Muslims every year in the month of Ramadan. It is also highly recommended to fast intermittently throughout the year, such as three days per month in the middle of the lunar month or on the first nine days of the month of Dhul Hijjah.
Tag: Ancient Egypt
News about approaching asteroids and comets like Asteroid 2014 RC zooming safely by Earth are really catchy and shocking, but could they be profitable?
Pi is a mathematical value full of historical mystery and wonder.
In Ancient Egypt, the odor of the olive was utilized in rituals for its ability to bring together many different peoples, beliefs and values.
To travel from Cairo to Mecca in less than two hours nowadays is an unexciting fact, but what about hearing this sentence 200 years ago? How could man be able to fly rather than travelling everywhere? Who was the first flying-man in the history? All these questions and more will be answered here.
Light – so common that we usually take it for granted, but so basic that we couldn’t live without it.
The use of aromas is believed to date back to the times of the ancient Egyptians and Babylonians (modern day Iraq).
Glassis a non-crystallineamorphous solidthat is often transparent and has widespread practical, technological, and decorative usage. For example,windowpanes,tableware, andoptoelectronics. The most familiar and the oldest types of glass are “silicate glasses”. Their primary constituent is the chemical compoundsilica(silicon dioxide, orquartz) which also forms sand. Many applications of silicate glasses derive from their opticaltransparency, giving rise to …
Every year on September 11th -or 12thin leap years only- Egypt witnesses the beginning of its “Egyptian Year,” the first invented calendar in the world. The story of the Egyptian calendar dates back to the year 4241 BC when Egyptians retired their old lunar calendar after discovering the discrepancy between it and the actual passage …
For about the 6,554 time since 1264 B.C. the sunlight entered the Great Temple of Abu Simbel of the Egyptian King Ramses the Great, in Abu Simbel city, south Egypt. 1,130 km south of Cairo on the west bank of Nasser Lake, Egyptians celebrate the scientifically-miraculous man-made solar phenomenon of the solar illumination of the …