Natural time - Part 1
With the New Year approaching, a discussion of time is exceeding apt—or “timely,” if you’ll pardon the pun!
Mohammed would support African exit from SKA
However, Director General of the agency, Professor S.O. Mohammed, has signaled his support for the sympathetic exit of sub-Saharan states, should the rebuff continue.
Nigeria and nuclear fusion - Part 4
After the historic experiment of 1932, the focus of fission research quickly shifted to uranium: Which yielded 41 times more energy than lithium, when scientists cracked its nucleus six years later.
Nigeria and nuclear fusion- Part 3
Taking genetics into account, imposes on policy makers an obligation to look beyond the foreign exchange value of the country’s minerals.
Science And Human Sacrifice (2)
We will return to the mass psychosis, into which Nigerians have lapsed—because it has enormous strategic and security implications, and should be of the utmost concern to government. What needs to be elucidated now, though, is the relationship between religion and science: How early religion mystified and masked evolutionary behavior, such as curiosity, investigation and…