Science

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    HOW DOES OUR BLOOD CLOT?

    Whenever we are injured, blood starts oozing out of it, after sometime it automatically stops. Just think what would happen if it didn’t miraculously stop. We would bleed to death even by the smallest of cuts if our blood wouldn’t have clotted. Clotting of blood is a very important mechanism of our body. There are people who suffer from hemophilia,…

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    Easy Guide on How Computers Work

    Computers are the integral part of our lives today. We have a misconception that computers only are PCs and Laptops. Actually, there are computers present in almost every digital electronic device. A standard digital watch, car keys, calculators, microwaves, etc. A computer is an electronic circuit that ‘computes’, hence the name computer. Computing means to give certain output after doing…

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    Raise your Child to Think Better and Smarter

    Thinking correctly is very important. In the words of Neil de Grasse Tyson – “I’m worried really about how much fuzzy thinking is going on in the world. You know, fuzzy thinking, people just not thinking straight… And so we have built a system for ourselves where there is an answer and everything else is not the answer. Even when some…

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    YOGA FOR ARTHRITIS

    Yoga asanas can improve arthritis conditions by providing motion to the stiffed body part. Various asanas claim that they are effective in decreasing pain and toughness in joints if practiced regularly. Sukhasana This asana is relatively easy simple and hence named so. In India we actually perform this asana on a daily basis. The asana is performed by bending the…

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    Easy Guide on How Internet Works

    Internet stands for inter-networks, or simply, a network of networks. The internet is a network of computer systems that communicate with each other across the globe. It is really vast in the structure and has a very large variety of sub-structures within itself. The networks within the internet can be: private (your household Wi-Fi connection), public (a network in a…

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    Fantabulous Science

    Ever looked at the nib of your pen and thought why on Earth is it split? Ever thought after taking a long shower why the skin on your hands and feet resembles that of a wrinkly old woman? Why does a mere stone shatter the whole glass whereas a speeding bullet only makes a hole? Are these merely accidents or…

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    Albert Einstein’s Life story(14th March 1879-18th April 1955)

    Albert Einstein a well-known genius of the modern age. Time magazine termed him as “THE PERSON OF THE CENTURY “. This legend born in a Jewish family in Ulm, Germany and died in Princeton Massachusetts. He faced a lot of obstacles in his path to becoming successful scientist. Let us know them one by one. Einstein’s childhood Though Albert born…

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    beyond Solar system

    Beyond our Solar System: TRAPPIST-1 System

    “Science is an ocean of practical knowledge and space its heart.” From the very beginning of the evolution of human brain and new discoveries in science, astronomers and normal people had a question in their head-“Does life exist on other planets i.e. Do Aliens exist?” or “how many estimated planets would be there in just our Milky Way Galaxy?” and…

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    Dwarf Planet in Our Solar System

    Another face has been added to the close planetary system’s family representation: Scientists have found another tiny planet circling around the sun beyond planet Pluto The little planet is called 2014 UZ224, which measures around 330 miles or 530 kilometers approximate and is situated around 8.5 billion miles or 13.7 billion km from the sun, according to NPR. From the…

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    SICKLE CELL TRAIT AND MALARIA

    Sickle cell disorder refers to the disorder of red blood cells. Hemoglobin is a protein responsible for carrying oxygen throughout the body. People with this disease have abnormal hemoglobin, known as hemoglobin S or sickle hemoglobin in the red blood cells. These red blood cells become abnormal crescent shaped. It is considered to be an inherited disorder which is attributed…

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