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Monthly Archive

May 2023

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 12 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
The Fountain

Editorial: Bracing Collectively for A.I.

One of the newsworthy events of recent weeks was when Dr. Geoffrey Hinton resigned from Google, which happened as this issue of The Fountain was about to be released. Since his resignation, Dr. Hinton... read more..

Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
M. Fethullah Gulen

Collective Consciousness

The most stressful periods in the lives of nations are during social change and regeneration. Similar to the metamorphosis experienced by some living creatures, the process of renewal includes pain, d... read more..

Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
Binazir Sankibayeva

AI Ethics: What Do Religious Leaders Think?

Are you struggling to come up with fresh content ideas for your blog, website, or social media channels? If so, I have great news for you. I'm excited to share with you "1000+ ChatGPT Prompts for Busi... read more..

Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
Engin Yigit

Fr. Thomas Michel

When our plane landed in Chiang Rai, the northernmost city of Thailand, my friend and I were at the peak of our excitement. We were excited because we were going to meet the venerated Fr. Thomas Mich... read more..

Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
Irfan Yilmaz

B-1 Cell

No craftsman leaves work he has built unprotected and open to destruction. Sometimes protection mechanisms are more complex than the work itself. Our body, too, has not been created without protection... read more..

Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
M. Fethullah Gulen


Dervish is a word that means poor, destitute one. Even though it is used for the poor and helpless in worldly terms, in Sufi terminology it is used for those who are aware of their poverty and helples... read more..

Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
Adam Sahin

You Are the Placebo

Can our thoughts and beliefs have a powerful effect on our health and well-being? Dr. Joe Dispenza, a chiropractor and neuroscientist, explores how this can be possible in his book “You Are the Placeb... read more..

Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
Lawrence Brazier

Minarets in the Mountains

The Ottoman Empire had absorbed Bosnia by the middle of the 15th century, and the Ottomans were to leave indelible marks on the Balkans for centuries to come. One demonstration of prowess was built in... read more..

Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
Sumeyra Tosun

To Believe and “Sacrifice”: A Scientific Reason

Throughout history religion has, and continues to, occupy a powerful position in people's lives. Despite doubts raised by philosophers and scientists, religion has thrived in every culture for thousan... read more..

Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
Ed Stevenson

Urfa – Gölbaşı Gardens

Friday afternoon, children squeal, play, families stroll, sit at small tables under sycamore trees, vendors beckon, old men sit in shaded classrooms of the old madrassah, sipping tea, talking of read more..

Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
The Fountain

Architects of Revival

Question: What is the essential duty of those who seek to ensure that humanity and faith can be properly represented once again? Many current problems Muslims are facing can be related to their own a... read more..

Issue 153 (May - Jun 2023)
The Fountain

Science Square (Issue 153)

Forever young: boosting cell longevity with synthetic biology tools Zhou et al. Engineering longevity-design of a synthetic gene oscillator to slow cellular aging. April 2023, Science. Scientists di... read more..

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