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The people who believe plants can talk

Laura Beloff’s plant seemed to be clicking. She had rigged its roots up to a contact microphone in order to detect faint, high-pitched clicks in the soil. With the help of software she had written for her computer, the frequency of the clicks had been lowered, making them audible to...

Mystery itself Sayeed Hossain

Masks on Pretty smiles on their faces, Where work is your identity Day and night are the same. Vehicle tells all stories What dies under the wheel, Every step to make money To end life pain. Necessity is expensive, Some rights are in wage. To sell is human All can...

When Oil Functioned As A Weapon of The War Ahmad Ullah

The 1973 oil crisis was a significant event in the history of the world economy that sparked Arab Nationalism. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) imposed sanctions on the West. As a result, its allies, including the United States, experienced the most severe oil crisis of all time....

What to Do Rakib Uddin

Stuck at home, we have already said ‘Hi!’ to our new partner ‘boredom’. We have nothing  to do but sitting  idle, wondering ‘what to do?’ Yeah, we have a few chores to do, but they are as boring as our school was before. So, here are some ways to pass...

Huge Study Shows History of the Pandemic in Africa

A very large international team of researchers has compiled and performed phylogenetic and phylogeographic analysis on massive amounts of data related to testing people in Africa for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The results are published in Science. The global pandemic has been underway for almost two years, and during that time, many...

Exhibition: 5,000 Years of Iranian Art, Design and Culture

Exhibition: 5,000 Years of Iranian Art, Design and Culture

Epic Iran explores 5,000 years of Iranian art, design and culture, bringing together over 300 objects from ancient, Islamic and contemporary Iran. It is the UK’s first major exhibition in 90 years that present an overarching narrative of Iran from 3000 BC to the present day. The V&A organises epic...

Along The Walls -Msf Sadib

If you look carefully at the small shadow of the shabby little house at the end of Jhill Par road, which gets cast upon on a bright sunny day from the Majia Monjil building. The building itself is endowed with disgusted moss invested walls that roars the most feeble sound...

The World’s Largest Methane Sources

The threat was invisible to the eye: tonnes of methane billowing skyward, blown out by natural gas pipelines snaking across Siberia. In the past, those plumes of potent greenhouse gas released by Russian petroleum operations last year might have gone unnoticed. But armed with powerful new imaging technology, a methane-hunting...

A Forgotten Greenhouse Gas

In the world’s effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions, the source of our food is coming into the spotlight. There’s good reason for that: Agriculture accounts for 16 to 27% of human-caused climate-warming emissions. But much of these emissions are not from carbon dioxide, that familiar climate change villain. They’re...

How to fight Microplastic Pollution with Magnets

As a child, Fionn Ferreira spent hours exploring the coastline near his hometown of Ballydehob in south-west Ireland. But the more time he spent on the sheltered, shingle-strewn coves nearby, he grew increasingly shocked by the large amounts of plastic litter he found strewn across the beach and in the...

Global Policing of US Abu Tahir Mustakim

Fifty years is not a long time in the history of the world. But in this period of recent history, the role of the United States has been hotly debated whenever the question of global policing came up. It is not clear what the United States wanted about the liberation...

Robert Frost Mending Wall

Something there is that doesn’t love a wall, That sends the frozen-ground-swell under it, And spills the upper boulders in the sun; And makes gaps even two can pass abreast. The work of hunters is another thing: I have come after them and made repair Where they have left not...

Editorial

Dear subscribers Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah. Hope the issue will find you well in October when the issue of Youth Wave will reach your doorstep. Former US President Woodrow Wilson visited Europe in 1918 and he was the first incumbent head of state to do the job in the aftermath...

In the light of the Holy Hadith

MUSLIMS AND BEING MILD-MANNERED “The believer is friendly, for there is no goodness in one who is neither friendly nor befriended.” (Ibn Hanbal, II, 400) Dear Brothers and Sisters! Faith, worship and morals are components of Islam. Islam teaches the Muslims not only to continue worship sincerely but also to...

The Essence of the Holy Qur’an

FACTS TAUGHT BY SURAH AL-ASR “By time. Verily, man is in loss. Except those who believe and do righteous deeds, and recommend one another to the truth, and recommend one another to patience.” (Surah Al-Asr) Dear Brothers and Sisters! There is a surah in the Holy Quran, which is short...

Stop Feeling Sorry for Yourself

When you fail, make a mistake or things simply don’t go as well as you had hoped then how do you feel? Do you feel sorry for yourself? Well, that’s natural in some situations and too an extent. But do you get stuck in that mental state too often and...