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How 70,000 years of human interaction shaped icon of wild nature
The law of nature is inevitability, and the law of life is choice. Humans live between the ability to choose and the inevitability of life. You might wonder “how?” and the answer is that the law of nature does not recognise exceptions. Despite the renewing nature of life, it is stable and unchangeable. The change …
The troupe adds philosophical perspective to novels, coming out with a play blending horror, thriller, and philosophy, says director
It’s usually humans who close monitor the work of machines and robots. We want to ensure the technology makes no mistakes. But as a Fraunhofer research project shows, machines should also keep an eye on us.
Scientists have made a promising discovery: three potentially inhabitable planets. But don’t pack your bags just yet – it is far too early to say whether we could really live there.
By Timothy Kaldas How’d they do it? How did Israel manage to bombard civilians with impunity and convince so many to stand silently by or even offer their endorsement and secure the support of many of their citizens who cheer on the attacks and encourage the Israeli military to go further? Many in Egypt are …
A new book aims at bringing back the focus on the rest of the world, away from the rich and famous
By Jonathan Moremi When I saw the second plane fly into the World Trade Center on 11 September 2001 – there was shock on my face and horror. Not, because this happened to the US, but because I knew that this happened to humans. The single mother battling hard with her two children after her …