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Learning Pyramid

Saturday, 9 December 2023

Do you know about the learning Pyramid? The learning pyramid shows how to learn a new topic: Listen, Read, Discuss, apply, and teach. But eventually, we lose our learned skillset if we don't practise it regularly. In fact, sometimes, we relearn the same topic during the course of practice. Practice is the key. Teaching someone is even better!

Shorts by Sumit Priyadarshi.

Read more at Researchgate.

Liquid Tree

Friday, 8 December 2023

Ever wondered if we can have treequarium? LIQUID 3, an urban photobioreactor, uses a fermenter tank to grow microorganisms that use light energy for photosynthesis. The tank contains microalgae in 600 litres of water, which consume CO2 and process it to release oxygen. The system is 10–50 times more efficient than trees and can treat polluted air quickly.

Shorts by A Ankur

Learn more at Worldbio.

Mid-Atlantic Ridge

Thursday, 7 December 2023

The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is a mid-ocean ridge located along the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, stretching 16,000 km in a curving path from the Arctic Ocean to southern Africa. It is the longest mountain range on earth. Most of the ridge system is under water but forms a set of volcanic and habitable islands of varying sizes, like Iceland, Azores, St Helena.

Shorts by A Ankur.

Learn more at Unesco.

Meditation and Mindfulness

Wednesday, 6 December 2023

Studies have shown that stress is a major factor behind chronic diseases, including obesity. Why? When stressed, our brain triggers hormones, which negatively affect the body. Prolonged stress affects our body like rust. Solution? Meditate once a day for just 5-10 minutes and practice mindfulness. This small habit can change your life forever!

Shorts by Sumit Priyadarshi.

Start fresh with the Blacklotus app.

Healthiest Water

Tuesday, 5 December 2023

Water is undoubtedly the healthiest drink, but sometimes it can harm our body. How? When we eat, the food's fat sticks to the walls of our food pipe. If we drink cold water, the fat gets cemented, which can cause harm to our body. Develop a habit of drinking lukewarm water. Lukewarm water flushes the fats from the oesophagus and helps in digestion.

Shorts by Sumit Priyadarshi.

Read more at emedihealth.

Tiny 11

Monday, 4 December 2023

Facing challenges running Windows 11 on an older system? You might want to try Tiny11, a squeezed version of Windows 11. Tiny11 is based on Windows 11 Pro 22H2 and comes with all the necessary features without the clutter of a classic Windows 11. What's more? It requires only 8GB of hard disk space compared to 20GB in the standard Windows 11.

Shorts by Sumit Priyadarshi.

Download the latest version of Tiny 11.

AI Theme Generator

Sunday, 3 December 2023

Are you a web designer struggling to find AI tools to generate website themes? AI Color might be a handy tool for you. You can create and modify your theme by telling your requirements in plain English. Additionally, you can preview your theme in mobile and web versions and export it in HEX colour code. Best of all, this tool is free to use!

Shorts by Sumit Priyadarshi.

Try out AIColors yourself.

Tennis Racket Theorem

Saturday, 2 December 2023

The Dzhanibekov Effect is also known as the Tennis Racket Theorem as it was shown using a tennis racket. The axes with greatest and smallest moments of inertia will spin perfectly, the intermediate axis will spin crazily. It can be performed with any object that has three different moments of inertia, for instance with a book, remote control or smartphone.

Shorts by A Ankur.

Learn more at engineeringclicks.

The Butterfly Effect

Friday, 1 December 2023

The Butterfly Effect is a concept introduced by Edward Lorenz in 1963. According to this theory, even a tiny action, such as the flap of a butterfly's wing, has a huge impact on the other side of the world. This principle has been accepted as a scientific law and is supported by numerous examples, such as the melting of glaciers due to global warming.

Shorts by A Ankur.

Read more at ScientificAmerican.

Power of Compounding

Thursday, 30 November 2023

One effective way to use the "Power of Compunding" is by investing in SIPs. Making a consistent monthly contribution (ideally 20% of your income) to SIPs will make your life easier later. When should you start the SIP? Now. What else can you do? Increase the SIP contribution by 2% every year. 1st year - 20% of income, 2nd year - 22% of income and so on.

Shorts by Sumit Priyadarshi.

See how much you can make in 20 years here.

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