Education and Science
Air Pollutant: Particulate Matter
Particulate matter.... a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. PM can come from natural sources such as dust, sea salt, as well as human-made sources such as transportation, industrial processes, and burning of fossil fuels. PM can vary in size..PM2.5 and PM10.
COVID-19 in 2022
The year began with masking indoors in public places and on commercial airliners the norm and Omicron variant spikes. There were protests to COVID restrictions. All numbers given are from the Johns Hopkins University of Medicine Coronavirus Resource Center unless otherwise sourced.
Baba Deep Singh: A Great Sikh Warrior
Baba Deep Singh was a 18th century Sikh warrior and martyr, who is known for his bravery, devotion and leadership to the Sikh community. He was initiated as a Khalsa by the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh and fought in several battles against the Mughal Empire including saving women from slavery.
Dark Energy, Dark Matter, Gravitational Lensing and the CMB.
All far-fetched ideas, and easily debunked by Rational Science.
Self Improvement Through Learning and Wise Counsel: The Path to Wisdom
Unlock the secrets of self-improvement with the power of learning, wise counsel, and attaining wisdom.
Navigating the Impact of Technology on Teaching and Learning: Challenges and Opportunities
The article discusses the impact of technology on teaching and learning, including the challenges and opportunities it presents for educators. It covers topics such as the need for teacher training and support, the importance of addressing equity and access,
Journey Through the Cosmos: The Most Stunning Photos from the Hubble Space Telescope
The Hubble Space Telescope is a space telescope that was launched into low Earth orbit in 1990 and remains in operation. It was developed by NASA in collaboration with the European Space Agency.
Experimentation- Is It Part of the Scientific Method?
A lot of money and resources will be saved when this is understood by the scientific community and a corresponding cooperative division of labor is established between science and technology.
Unsung Indian Revolutionaries Who Fought For Independence of India
Many revolutionaries have fought to free India from the slavery of the Colonial Government. We got Independence because of these revolutionaries who fought against the Britishers and sacrificed their lives for the people of India. Some of them can never be forgotten.
The Hubble Space Telescope: A Journey Through Time and Space
The Hubble Space Telescope is an iconic observatory that has revolutionized our understanding of the universe. Launched in 1990, it orbits Earth and captures stunning images of distant galaxies, stars and planetary systems using a variety of instruments.
Navigating the Changing Role of Teacher in the Age of Accountability: Balancing Testing and Meaningful Learning
The article "Navigating the Changing Role of Teacher in the Age of Accountability" discusses the challenges that teachers are facing in the current era of accountability, with a growing emphasis on standardized testing and accountability.
Comparing Education in The 20th Century to That of the 21st: What Has Changed?
In many ways, education has improved since the 20th century, but it’s also clear that it’s not perfect. One of the most important factors when it comes to the quality of education is funding, and while there’s been an increase in the funding of public schools, they could use more support.
Prominent Families of Lorain - End of the 19th Century
This article pairs with the previously published "Pre-20th Century Lorain Ohio" and details the prominent families who made their mark on Lorain at the end of the 19th Century.
Homeopathy, Placebo Surgery and How To Make A killing With Medicare
The homeopathic principle of water memory, overthrows some of our current basic and fundamental theories of physics, chemistry, and pharmacology. Doctors have been "healing" their patients for hundreds of years with placebos, it was only a matter of time before they used placebo surgery.
Friends the Seeds of World War 3 Are Sown as Nato Further Arms Ukraine
Ukraine war i's continuing for a year and every day there is escalation. it is similar to how World War One and Two started At that time the European powers never realized what they were getting into and the same thing is happening now but this time a nuclear war and complete destruction
Contrary to popular belief, there is a season for active volcanoes. New statistical analysis indicates that these geological wonders occur more frequently during the winter months of December, January and February than at other time during the year. The scientific explanation is most unusual.
Why Buildings and Structures Constructed by Ancient Romans Have Been Surviving for Such a Long Period of Time
The Ancient Romans today are recognized for the construction of strong full buildings, a network of roads, channel ports, and huge constructions. What would be the secret behind their engineering?
5 Tips for Homeschooling Your Middle School Child
Grades 6 to 8, is an exciting time of change and maturity. It is a time for them to kick off towards a more intent period of high school. Also, getting ready for their adult life. This can be a thrilling transitional time. We can help make the most of their homeschooling time.
Visual Training and Perception Glasses
The Visual Training and Perception Glasses along with ocular exercises and other visual therapy may be used to improve visual disorders relating to behavioral visual blockage patterns such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and other reading and tracking problems.
Preparing Students for a Globalized World: Challenges and Solutions for Teachers in the Age of Globalization
This article explores the impact of globalization on education and the challenges faced by teachers in preparing students for a rapidly changing, interconnected world. It also presents solutions for teachers to overcome these challenges and help students thrive in a globalized world.
Top 10 potentially Habitable Planets
The search for habitable planets beyond our own solar system has been a topic of great interest in recent years. With the advancement of technology, astronomers have been able to identify and study a number of exoplanets that may be capable of supporting life.
The History & Names of the First 10 Chemical Elements
The history behind each of the first ten elements on the periodic table including how each was discovered and how they got their names.
Some New Species Discovered in 2022
This evergreen world of ours is a reservoir of immense biodiversity. Each ecosystem reflects the conditions of a different region of the world. There are some species whose range exists only in certain regions of the world, while some species are spread all over the world.
Intellectual Cowardice -- by either Ridiculing or Ignoring Tactics: A Satire
I am calling "intellectual cowardice" people's lack of healthy arguments against what is challenging their intellectual routines -- so that they either resort to belittling or ignoring, while seeing it as a "prudent" thing to do.
The Voice of Mars : After 50 Years of Interplanetary Exploration
NASA's one of the rovers called Perseverance captured sounds from Mars. The study made by observing the recordings concluded that the speed of sound is slower on Mars than on Earth. Since February 2021, it is for the first time the rover has recorded the phonic environment of Mars.
Indus Valley Civilization a Mysterious Culture
One of the first civilizations in human history is the Indus Valley Civilization. Nearly 5,000 years ago, in the Indian subcontinent, it emerged roughly at the same time as ancient Egypt and about 1,000 years after the earliest Sumerian towns of Mesopotamia. Here is all about that civilization.
Madhumala Chattopadhyay, the Woman Who Survived the World's Most Dangerous Tribe
Anthropologist Madhumala Chattopadhyay is the only woman in the world to contact the Sentinelese, one of the most isolated and dangerous tribes. Inhabiting the North Sentinel Island, one of the Andaman Islands in India. The Sentinelese have remained unchanged for more than ten thousand years.
Supporting Students' Social and Emotional Needs: Strategies and Approaches for Teachers
An in-depth exploration of strategies and approaches for teachers to support students' social and emotional needs, including creating a safe learning environment, providing resources, collaboration, trauma-informed practices, culturally responsive teaching, and technology.
5 Famous Rivers of Pakistan
One of the largest contiguous irrigation systems in the world is the Indus Basin Irrigation System, which is situated in Pakistan (IBIS). The system is made up of the Indus, Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, and Sutlej rivers as well as their catchments. Here is all about these 5 famous rivers of pakistan.
Biology is the natural science that studies the living organisms, including their physical structure, chemical processes, molecular interactions, physiological mechanisms, development, and evolution. It encompasses the study of all living things, from single-celled organisams
Karl Landsteiner: Blood Transfusion Pioneer
Karl Landsteiner has been instrumental in advancing the field of blood transfusion, and many of the practices and technologies currently used in blood banking are based on his work. The discoveries made by Landsteiner have saved countless lives and continue to do so today.
Joseph Lister: The Science of Cleanliness
Joseph Lister was a pioneering surgeon and a key figure in the history of medicine. His introduction of antiseptic techniques greatly improved the safety and success of surgical procedures, and his work helped establish the importance of cleanliness and sterilization in medicine.