We look at the present state of the Muslim world and it hurts to see so much internal conflict. The majority of the Muslim countries are in a poor state. Take a look at Syria, Egypt, Libya, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Continue reading
Please see this excellent Beacon of Truth Programme that was shown on MTA recently. Jonathan Butterworth (AMRA member), Tahir Nasser (President AMSA UK and member AMRA), and Naveed Malik (Chairman AMRA UK) were on the panel.
Very pertinent advice for Students in UK was given alongside information regarding AMSA and AMRA. Please watch and support.
A friend sent the above video with the following comment, I thought I share it with all.
“I have been thinking… after watching this TED talk [see above].
It explains how very complex and beautiful forms can be made by a series of very simple rules (in the case of this talk its folding ratios) repeating many times (like fractals). There is the obvious comparison to nature here, where the simple rule can be cell division for example and the beautiful complex form could be a living organism.
On Saturday 7th July 2007, there were a series of public talks marking the 50th anniversary of the arrival at Imperial College of the late Nobel Laureate Professor Abdus Salam. Below is the Recording. You can also read an excerpt from the Book Salam +50 here in Google Books: Salam +50.
Finally if you want to buy the book here is the link to amazon… Click here