science

Scientists Say We’re in for a “Global Disaster” if We Don’t Solve Water Inequality

Scientists looking at over a decade of data from NASA satellites have found a startling pattern: All over the world, wet regions are becoming wetter, while dry regions grow drier.
Water is just another resource, like money. And just as the rich get richer while the poor grow poorer, water inequality can exacerbate problems that resource-scarce communities are already dealing with.

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Quantum Entanglement: Love on a Subatomic Scale

When talking about love and romance, people often bring up unseen and mystical connections.
Such connections exist in the subatomic world as well, thanks to a bizarre and counterintuitive phenomenon called quantum entanglement.
The basic idea of quantum entanglement is that two particles can be intimately linked to each other even if separated by billions of light-years of space; a change induced in one will affect the other.

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Alternate Sites Considered for Embattled Giant Telescope

HONOLULU - A group building one of the world's largest telescopes wants to start construction no later than April 2018— even if that means it will have to build the telescope somewhere other than Hawaii.

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Ancient Egypt: Artefacts Belonging to First Woman Pharaoh Hatshepsut Found

Researchers at the University of Winnipeg in Canada claim to have found what they believe are belongings of an ancient Egyptian queen. The artefacts were found among a collection of 450 ancient relics at the university.

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Sudan: Over 400 thousands families brought under health insurance umbrella

Gms: Khartoum, 17 Feb. 2016 (SUNA)

The Sudan Ministry of health on Monday approved the programme of including over 400 thousand families within the health insurance umbrella, as of the current fiscal year.
 A meeting headed by the state minister for health, Ibrahim Adam Ibrahim, said the programme will include poor families from all the states, after agreement was made on the criteria upon which the selection is made.

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Commissioner Madame MayadaSuar Al-Dahab said that Khartoum state is launching a new initiative and adopting new methods to fight drug circulation and trafficking in the state next year. The commissioner described the drug as a threat to the national security. She called for the mobilization of all the parties in the battle againstdrug.

The former first vice president Ali Osman Mohammad Taha

The former first vice president Ali Osman Mohammad Taha stressed the importance of the discussion of all the intellectual issues concerning the youths.

The first vice president the PM Bakri Hassan Saleh launched the youth week organized by the youth union in the Red Sea.

Gms: Khartoum, 9 Dec. 2017 (SUNA)

The meeting of the Council of the Minister of Minerals Wednesday recommended development of an investment geological map for the precious and semi-precious stones in the country besides establishment of three laboratories to inspect, cut and form precious stones.

The First Vice President the (PM) Bakri Hassan Saleh willhonor next Sunday the tenth of December the closing session of the third copy of the Afrabia prize which is organized by the Arab-African council.