River Pollution

Rivers are the biggest source of fresh water.They are therefore our lifeline for survival.It is really sad to see that most of our rivers are increasingly being polluted because of our negligible and irresponsibility.

Untreated sewage  and waste from industries  are continuously dumped into rivers.Religious ceremonies are also responsible for river pollution.Immersing idols and disposal of garlands and flowers end up in polluting the water.

Similarly,ashes after cremation are also poured into rivers.River pollution can pose a serious  threat to both the environment and  the human health.Continuos river pollution can disrupt the ecological balance and lead to the loss of biodiversity.

River pollution is thus a critical problem and the government must implement necessary steps to mitigate it.

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Being practical

Practicality is the basic skill that a lot of people are losing these days.Be practical at things is very important.

Everyone of us are good at one or more things which we admire and like to do..

Way to many people these days are in making things easierby using wrong ways  without realising matter of the fact that they are  making thing  difficult for themselves in return.

We see a lot of people who have the knowledge but are not about making things practical and understanding its importance,though a few of us know all these things we don’t get better at any of these things whether it may be  of any sort.

So take this as a wake up call and be practical making the best out of your own life.

 

Computer-Important part of our life

Computers are indeispensible for today’s youth.Computers have brought about a revolution in everyone’s life.

What would offices,banks,factories,airports,commercial establishments do if computers failed to function.Well there would be utter confusion all over.

There will be colossal damage in terms of budiness lost,services not provided and oppurtunities forgiven.By learning computer today’s youth has become a part of the Globalised world.

Distances have overnight become a thing of the past.Internet hasbrought about a big revolution as information  is available cheaply or freely at all times at the mere click of a mouse.

E-books enable today’s  youth to have  access  to thousands of books at minimal cost which was something unimaginable in the past.

No doubt computers have brought about a drastic change in youngster’s life.It’s time that those who has missed out learning computers shouls doon take plunge and go in for computer courses to know the vast spectrum of business avenues lying open to them.

Tail walking Dolphins

Living near Port Adelaide in Australia,is a group of blue-nosed dolphins that walk on their tails.They are not captive dolphins trained to perform to entertain people but they are wild dolphins.

The story goes that in the 1980s,Billie,a blue nose dolphin was trapped in a marine lock.She was rescued and kept in the local dolphinarium for a while,where she may have observed dolphins being trained to tail walk.

After she was returned to her home in Port Adelaide,she started teaching other dolphins to tail walk.

Floating elementary school in India

Loktak lake ,the largest freshwater  lake in the country,has now become home to a  first of its kind floating elementary school.

The school was inaugurated earlier this month at Langolsabi Leikai of Champu Khangpok village,about 50km from Imphal.It was opened under an initiative undertaken by the All Loktak Lake Fisherma’s Union with the support of an NGO people Resources Development Association(PRDA).

It aims to provide education to dropouts,who were rendered homeless due to the recent evacuation of phumdis or floating biomass of vegetation,soil,and organic matter at various stages of decomposition.

The lake is referred to as the “lifeline of Manipur” as it is  highly productive and many lives depend on the lake of endurance>The lake is also an important bird area as its potential breeding site for waterfowl and is a staging site for migratory birds.

This ancient lake plays an important role in the economy of Manipur.It serves as a source of water for hydropower generation,irrigation and drinking water supply.The lake is also a source of livelihood for rural fisherman who live in the surrounding areas and on phumdis,also known as “phumshongs”.

The school will be accommodating around 25 students and two teachers from the community.

Motivation

Motivation is one of the most  discussed topic and the way it helps one to tackle the problems they  are going through.

Talking about motivation is not that easy because it is not easy to talk about based on who you are talking to because something that is motivating to a young child made not be the same for someone who is around 40.

People aspire for the same kind of motivation but everyone has there own source of motivation .

There are also people who are always talking about motivation but are themselves streesed in there own lives.

 

Being pumped and motivated all the time is very important to make things go better throughout ur day and my best piece advice for you can be that you can do much better than you think but the only thing you lack doing is to be patience as you have a lot of time figure out things and execute them.

People get way over excited for things that they are willing to execute but due to bad kick start and lack of motivation they  are no where to reach where they wanted to reach.

“Motivation comes from you not from others who you try to be.”-Me

 

Super -Earth,60 more planets found

Astronomers have found 60 new planets near our own, boosting the chances of finding one that could support life.

A team of International scientists  found  a further 54 potential planets ,meaning that in all the researches might have discovered  a full 114 planets.And at least some of those might be like Earth,and able to support life ,the researchers have said.

The observations were part  of the  Lick-Carnegie Exo-planet Survey,which was started in 1996 by astronomers  Steve  Vogt and Geoffrey Marcy from the University of California and Paul Butler,from  the Carnegie Institute of Science, in washington.

Astronomers released the largest ever compilation of exoplanet detecting observations made using a technique called the radial velocity method.The radial velocity method takes advantage of the fact that the planet’s gravity also affects the star.Astronomers  are able to use sophisticated  tools to detect the tiny wobble the planet induces  as its gravity tugs on the star.

The virtual mountain of data was gathered as a part of a two decade radial velocity planet hunting programme that uses a spectrometer called HIRES,mounted on the 10-metre Keck-I telescope of the WM Keck Observatory atop Mauna Kea in Hawaii.

The compilation includes almost 61000 individual measurements made of more than 1600 stars.By making the data public , the team is offering unprecedented access to one of the best exoplanet searches in the world.