By Khaled Diab The advent of ‘living robots’, or biobots, not only poses grave risks for which we must be prepared but also raises profound questions about the future and what it means to be human. Tuesday 10 March 2020…
رغم عدم الإعتراف بهم، الملحدين ايضاً اولاد بلد ويجب على الدولة والمجتمع ان يعطوهم حقوقهم
Though never officially recognised, atheists and agnostics have always been part of Egypt. Society now needs to grant us our right not to believe.
Unlike eye colour and skin tone, religion is not hereditary. This reality must be reflected in Egyptian identity documents and personal status laws.
Many Muslims believe that fasting is good for their health, but is science on their side?
Does scientific evidence that war is hardwired into human society mean that we are doomed to live in perpetual conflict?
The emerging notion that genes can be ‘selfless’ as well as ‘selfish’ suggests that working for the greater good is natural.