Articles (Energy)

The Sun: the Source of Life
(Safe Summer)

In summer, we always complain of the Sun’s heat, sometimes wishing it would just disappear! Can we live or even imagine life without a Sun?


How to Have a Productive Holiday
(Safe Summer)

Is it possible to feel free and productive simultaneously?

Yoga and Weight Loss
(Science and Sports)

For some people, yoga is an exercise associated with relaxation; yet, it burns a lot of calories, and promotes metabolism in general.

Promising Inventions by Young Inventors of Today
(Brilliant Young Minds)

We need not worry, as the future generation of young innovators may change the world.


Memoirs of A Green Husband
(Versus the Change!)

Change the gas canister and do not forget to throw out the trash too! There has to be a solution.


Two Birds...One Stone
(Versus the Change!)

On a planet encountering so many enormous challenges as ours, it is inevitable that humans would strive to figure out ingenious solutions.

Common Sports Injuries
(Science and Sports)

Football fans, especially Egyptians, were devastated by Mohamed Salah’s injury in the final match of the Champions League last May. 

Parkour; the Art of Movement
(Science and Sports)

Running, leaping, and climbing through the city is not restricted to Spiderman or Ninja Turtles.

Biomechanics: Work Out Smarter, Not Harder
(Science and Sports)

Biomechanics is the science that studies the body’s motion; it is an extensive interaction between biology and mechanics.

Green Chemistry
(Chemistry: Our Life, Our Future)

Chemistry helps scientists discover alternatives to substances harmful to the environment and health; thus, “green chemistry” has been developed.

Running for Happiness
(Science and Sports)

 The body and mind are so closely linked, when your body feels better, your mind will be better as well.

Things We Have Been Taught in School that are Not True (Part One)
(Education)

There are misleading facts that have been passed down to us without anybody ever thinking about their origin or truth.

Generating Electricity from the Human Body
(Power)

With the technological advances of this age, you can expect what we once thought of as science fiction to be reflected in real life.


Working with Nature
(Environment and Us)

We all have different jobs that impact our societies differently, bur have you ever thought what it would be like if you have a job that mainly aims at protecting and conserving nature?


Ergonomics: The Simple Secrets of Success
(Science at Work)

Whether it is an office job or any other job that requires physical work, clearly, providing employees with a better work environment increases their productivity and job satisfaction.

The Powers of the Four Elements: Hydropower
(The Four Elements: The Roots of Life)

Hydropower is the energy of moving water, which basically relies on the water cycle on Earth. 


The Powers of the Elements: Earth and Fire
(The Four Elements: The Roots of Life)

The powers of the four elements of nature neither pollute nor damage our environment; they cannot be controlled by any one nation or industry, and are readily available for free for each human being on the surface of the Earth.


The Powers of the Elements: Air and Water
(The Four Elements: The Roots of Life)

The sustainable four elements of nature provide us with a wide set of renewable energies readily available for generating electricity.


Pinwheels
(The Scientist Inside You)

Pinwheel is a simple toy made of a wheel of paper or plastic curls attached at its axle to a stick by a pin.


Prometheus’ Gift to Mankind
(Earth Sciences)

Legend has it that it was Prometheus, one of the Titans in Greek mythology, who gave fire as a gift to Mankind; he was punished severely by the gods for giving humanity a precious and useful tool. 


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