Daily Archives: Wednesday December 20th, 2017

physicists managed to “lock” light in transparent material

An international scientific team has proposed a theory of “locking” light into a transparent material. All materials absorb light at varying degrees. For example, coal absorbs almost all light falling on it, so the eye sees it black, whereas translucent glass has a very small coefficient for absorbing light, as the bulk of light energy passes through the glass. The ...

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CIA confirms cooperation between Saudi Arabia and “Israel”

The director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Michael Pompeo, confirmed the existence of cooperation between the Saudi regime on the one hand and the Israeli entity on the other. The New York Times quoted Pompeo as saying at a seminar at the Reagan Annual Defense Forum in southern California: “There are many transformations taking place in Saudi Arabia and ...

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Trump & MBS reminiscent of Holako& al-Mustaessem

When the notorious  Mongolian warrior Holako conquered Baghdad, he killed scientists, merchants and judges. However, he ordered his soldiers to keep the Caliph al-Mustaessem alive so that the latter would show him where the troves of  treasures are hidden. Indeed, al-Mustaessem went with the soldiers and showed them  where all the gold, silver and other precious belongings were hidden, both ...

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The Times: Britain Stopped its Secret Program in Syria

The British newspaper “The Times”quoted a report by Billy Kanber, in which he sheds light on stopping a secret British aids program in Syria, amid allegations that the large amounts of money that were being paid to the contractor were reaching the jihadist. The report writer statedthat “The Foreign Office has stopped funding a multimillion- sterling pounds project run by ...

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The Mongol Empire and Biological Weapon

The Mongols are one of the first peoples to use biological weapons throughout history.The details of this incident go back to 1346, during which the Mongol armies besieged the city of Feodosia (near the Crimean peninsula).Djanibek Khan was the commander of these armies. the latter was known for being a bad-tempered and violent person, as he had previously tried to ...

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Nanotubes that will contribute to the next generation of electronics

Russian scientists have found a way to create nanotubes that could contribute to the next generation of electronics. They explained that silicon nanotubes that take flat shape under the pressure of the metal can be spared by new ways that can help create a new generation of electronics using carbon instead of silicon. Silicon microprocessors are an essential part of ...

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