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Working quantum computer developed inside diamond

Working quantum computer developed inside diamond

Working quantum computer developed inside diamond The quantum circuit used in the demonstration is a 3mm x 3mm chip with a 1mm x 1mm diamond in the middle. Thu Apr 5, 2012 2:17PM GMT This demonstration of performing a quantum algorithm at the subatomic level with single spins suggests a pathway to build increasingly complex [&hellip

Bridging the Ummah: Sunni and Shia as One

Bridging the Ummah: Sunni and Shia as One

Bridging the Ummah: Sunni and Shia as One By Dr. Shahid Athar M.D The centuries-old Shia-Sunni differences are the major obstacle to Muslim unity. The enemies of Islam to their benefit have always fanned these differences. Unfortunately, some so-called Muslim scholars on their payroll have also played a key role in keeping these differences alive. [&hellip

Fatimah Zahra (s.a.) and the “Night of Divine Decrees”

Fatimah Zahra (s.a.) and the “Night of Divine Decrees”

Fatimah Zahra (s.a.) and the “Night of Divine Decrees” Execerpt from Hazrat Zahra’ (s.a.) And the Heart, Rending Episode of Fadak, Ayatullah Makarem Shirazi I opened Volume forty-three of the book “Bihar-al-Anwar” and my eyes fell upon this sentence, in which Imam Sadiq (a.s.) said in a tradition recorded in the commentary of “Forat-bin-Ibrahim” speaking of the [&hellip

The Self: Balanced Growth for the Mo’min

The Self: Balanced Growth for the Mo’min

The Self: Balanced Growth for the Mo’min Excerpt from “Philosophy of Islam”, Shaheed Beheshti & Bahonar Man has two aspects: One physical and the other spiritual. His growth in both these directions should be balanced. If he pays his attention only to his soul and forgets his body, he will become weak and will feel [&hellip

Vaccine helps brain cancer treatment

Vaccine helps brain cancer treatment

A new vaccine has showed positive results in boosting immune system of children with a form of brain tumor called gliomas, say US researchers. During the trail which involved 27 children with gliomas each patient received serial doses of a vaccine with peptides for glioma-associated antigen (GAA), which stimulates an immune response to a protein [&hellip

Stress can Make you sick

Stress can Make you sick

A new research focusing on common cold has demonstrated that stress may trigger or worsen infections by negatively affecting immune system. Many studies have already tied stressed people’s higher vulnerability to infections to cortisol, the so-called stress hormone released by the adrenal glands in higher levels during a stressful condition. Experts say cortisol can temporarily [&hellip

Mobile firms ‘leaking’ billions

Mobile firms ‘leaking’ billions

SIM card cloning is a big problem Mobile phone firms are losing $58bn (£36bn) a year worldwide to billing errors and fraud, a report says. Juniper Research found operators were “leaking” revenue because the complexity of networks made fraud and errors harder to spot. The problem is worst in Africa and the Middle East, where [&hellip

Early HIV treatment postpones chronic therapy

Early HIV treatment postpones chronic therapy

A scanning electron micrograph of a budding HIV-1 virus Temporary anti-retroviral therapy for people newly infected with HIV can delay the need at a later date to start long-term treatment, a Dutch study suggests. Researchers at the University of Amsterdam found that treating HIV patients with antiretroviral drugs (cART) for 24 weeks during the first [&hellip

CPR training ups survival rates

CPR training ups survival rates

Teaching CPR skills to people can significantly prevent deaths caused by emergency conditions especially cardiac arrest or deadly sudden stop of heartbeat. A nationwide CPR training in Denmark increased the rate of bystander CPR leading to higher cardiac arrest survival rates in the country, says the research presented at the American College of Cardiology’s 61st [&hellip

Sea level rise mystery unraveled

Sea level rise mystery unraveled

Sea levels have increased about 18 centimeters since 1900 and there are worries that the melting of polar ice could cause long-term sea level rise and threaten the lives of millions. A new study has revealed that the collapse of an ice sheet in Antarctica around 14,650 years ago might have increased sea levels between [&hellip