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Biofuels Cause Pollution, Not as Green as Thought

By Alister Doyle / 26 Jan 2013

Green schemes to fight climate change by producing more bio-fuels could actually worsen a little-known type of air pollution and cause almost 1,400 premature deaths a year in Europe by 2020, a study showed.

The report said trees grown to produce wood fuel - seen as a cleaner alternative to oil and coal - released a chemical into the air that, when mixed with other pollutants, could also reduce farmers' crop yields.

 

Intriguing Discoveries of Black Holes

By Youssef Faltas / 24 Jan 2013

"Indeed, in the creation of the heavens and the earth and the alternation of the night and the day are signs for those of understanding". ('Ali Imran 3:190).

Black holes are the only objects in the universe with a gravitational pull so strong that even light can’t escape. While they trap everything behind their event horizon, black holes seem mysteriously to be an infinite source of intrigue and news stories as well.

 

A Scientific and Material Speech to this who does not believe in Muhammad the Messenger of Allah

By Abd El Dayem El Kaheel / 21 Jan 2013

Mocking Allah, His verses and His messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) has become a normal thing nowadays and it comes in most cases from abroad, where atheists claim that Islam is a religion of underdevelopment, terrorism and ignorance.  That's why the enemies of Islam continued to mock its teachings, claiming that they have become out of date and do not fit the times!

 

Saudi Arabia tops world in education spending

By Irfan Mohammed / 2 Jan 2013

Paucity of funds particularly in the sector of education is commonplace and is felt globally. This makes choice to pursue education limited for the students in several nations.

In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia the situation is however quite different. The late King of Saudi Arabia Abdul Aziz had a vision since he had founded the Kingdom (Saudi Arabia) focusing on the need of education as means to development.

 

Global warming close to becoming irreversible - scientists

By Nina Chestney | Reuters | London | 28 Mar 2012

The world is close to reaching tipping points that will make it irreversibly hotter, making this decade critical in efforts to contain global warming, scientists warned on Monday.

Scientific estimates differ but the world's temperature looks set to rise by six degrees Celsius by 2100 if greenhouse gas emissions are allowed to rise uncontrollably.

 

Does Islam stand against science?

Source : Steve Paulson | The Chronicle Review
The Chronicle of Higher Education |
19 June 2011

We may think the charged relationship between science and religion is mainly a problem for Christian fundamentalists, but modern science is also under fire in the Muslim world. Islamic creationist movements are gaining momentum, and growing numbers of Muslims now look to the Quran itself for revelations about science.

 
 

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