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Why do stars twinkle?

Suraj Kumar 0

Why do stars twinkle? This is a very common question which arises in front of everyone.It may be asked by your children, student, or maybe it suddenly pops into your…

ISRO Sets a New Space Record

Rahul Kumar 0

ISRO New Space Record On 15/02/2017 at 10:30 am ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) created a new record by launching 104 satellites in a single mission from the space centre…

Way to Score in Biology

Rahul Kumar 0

Biology or life science has many diagrams. Diagrams are an important part of the biology exams. The students are required to express their subject knowledge and understand the subject through…

Schrodinger’s Cat Experiment

Princy P. John 1

Erwin Schrodinger, born in Vienna on August 12, 1887, is best known for his work in quantum theory, particularly his thought experiment involving a cat. Schrodinger developed this thought experiment…

Sleeping Upside Down

Daksha Shah 0

Late one night, I was walking down a dark eerie street. The street lights flickering cast shadows of unknown monstrous objects on the ground all around me. There was not…

The Night Glow on Mars

Princy P. John 0

Night-glow is a phenomenon in which a planet's sky faintly glows, even without external light. The same phenomenon happens on Mars and this is attributed to the emission of nitric…

Weaponry of Security

Nirbhay Dubey 0

India, the second largest population globally, constitutes the largest democracy in the world. It has unsurprisingly one of the largest standing Armed Forces in the world. The raising of large…

Unusual Property of Water

Princy P. John 0

Water is referred to as the liquid of all life forms. Water is used for drinking, bathing, for agricultural purposes and many more day to day activities. Additionally, it is…

Dynamite Explosive

Rahul Kumar 0

Dynamite is a chemical explosive, which once ignited, burns extremely rapidly. This produces a large amount of hot gas in the process. Alfred Nobel invented Dynamite for the safety of…

Fuel of the body

Rahul Kumar 0

The human body needs a constant supply of energy to function adequately. Energy is needed to have fun and participating in various activities throughout the day. Our daily dose of…

Lunarbows

Princy P. John 0

Have you ever seen bows created by moonlight instead of direct sunlight? Yes, they exist and are known as moonbows. Moonbows or lunar rainbows are formed when the moon's light…

Triple Point of Water

Daksha Shah 0

The triple point of a substance is the temperature and pressure at which three phases  i.e the liquid, gas, and solid of that substance may coexist in thermodynamic equilibrium. The…

Jolt Out of the Blue

Daksha Shah 0

Tired, you make the arrangement to go to sleep. You have just dozed off in the comfort of your cozy bed, when suddenly you wake up with a jerk, with…

Defection in Democracy

Nirbhay Dubey 0

Defection in politics refers to a person leaving one’s own political party, on which the candidate has been elected, for another political party. Defection is not a recent phenomenon in…

The V-formation Flight

Princy P. John 0

To watch a bird in flight is fascinating. Often, as city-bred people, we notice a bird taking a short flight from one treetop to another and marvel at its ability…

Microwave Physics

Princy P. John 0

Ever since the first chunk of mammoth meat was dropped into the fire by human beings, newer ways to cook things have been explored. In this race of discoveries to…

The Taste of Water

Rahul Kumar 0

We all know the importance of water in our life. Science says a human can survive more than three weeks without food, whereas they can survive only three days without…

Nano-science

Rahul Kumar 0

Nano refers to the metric prefix 10-9. It means one billionth of something. Nanoscience is the study of structures and materials on the scale of nanometers. In the coming time,…

Dry Ice

Princy P. John 0

Dry ice, also referred to as "cardice" is the solid form of carbon dioxide. Dry ice is colorless, non-flammable, with a sour zesty odor, and can lower the pH of…

Manoeuvring Media

Nirbhay Dubey 0

Media is the fourth pillar of democracy and it is the only institution that has permeated into every household. Its main objectives is the dissemination of information to people without…

Planetary Ring System

Princy P. John 0

The rings around planets have been an interesting phenomenon. Planet Saturn in the solar system has the most prominent planetary ring. Apart from Saturn, the other three giant planets, Jupiter,…

Symbolizing Deepawali

Nirbhay Dubey 0

If one goes by mythology, the festival of Deepawali is a mark of celebration of the home coming of Lord Ram, the son of King Dashratha to Ayodhya from his…

Exploring the Car Collision

Princy P. John 0

Car collision is a common occurrence in every part of the world. Some do not cause serious injuries, while the others are fatal. According to the Association for Safe International…

The Pugnacious Neighbour

Nirbhay Dubey 0

Since its independence, India’s relation with its neighbours has always been amicable, except ocassional spars with its western-most one. Countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh too were part of India in…

The Lethal Nuclear Weapon

Princy P. John 0

A nuclear weapon is an explosive device that extracts its destructive force from nuclear reactions, either fission or a combination of fusion and fission both. Vast quantity of energy is…

Seeing In The Dark

Daksha Shah 0

The other day, as I was watching the wildlife documentary on the Discovery channel, I saw the team of researchers in the program, using the Night Vision camera and goggles. …

The Painful Paper-Cut

Daksha Shah 0

You are cleaning up your closet and you come across your old diary. Leafing through the pages, you reminisce those times and feel happy reading what you had penned down.…

The Hydrophobic Oil

Princy P. John 0

Oil is a hydrophobic viscous liquid. That is, it is immiscible with water and lipophilic (miscible with other oils or fat loving). It is neutral and a non-polar liquid. Oil…