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Effect Of Light Pollution On Insects

Effect Of Light Pollution On Insects

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Nowadays the types of pollution have increased in the world. Earlier, noise pollution was included in man-made pollution and now light pollution has also been included in it. Human beings have created many types of artificial bulbs for their convenience. But the increasing glare in the cities has taken the form of light pollution.  It is probably not that dangerous for humans, but this light pollution is having an effect on the life of insects. Research on light pollution Different types of insects are attracted to light. As soon as they go in front of a light, their eyesight starts to change. According to a study by researchers from the University of Exeter, UK, the colors and intensity of this pollution have had complex and unpredictable effects in the eyes of insects. Th...
History, Making, And Story Of Paper

History, Making, And Story Of Paper

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We see paper many times from morning to evening, but have ever thought that when this paper was made for the first time, who made it and how did it reach us? Today we will talk about the story of paper. source: youtube.com History of the story of paper In the early period, primitive humans used to write their thoughts on the big stones and the walls of the caves. When civilization developed then sheets of zinc, brass or bronze were used for writing. In ancient times, writing on clay plates was done in Sumeria and the countries situated on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. The Egyptians used papyrus for writing 3000 years before Christ. The writing sheet called papyrus is made by joining together the parts of a plant that grows on the marshy land of Egypt. The word 'pa...
Moore’s law: Will The World Of Computer And Mobile End?

Moore’s law: Will The World Of Computer And Mobile End?

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Moore’s law is a prediction of a Doctor Gordon Elleur Moore of Intel Corporation made in April 1965. He said that the number of transistors on the integrated circuit would double every year.  But then in 1975, it was amended to say that instead of one year, it would double for two years. Due to which the new gadgets will do faster processing than the previous ones. With the increase in speed, their cost will be less than before.  Moore’s law is an example of futurology. This science has tried to understand the events that will happen in the future.  source: till.com This law of Moore fits perfectly in today’s era. Let us understand this with some examples.  You must remember that the 2010 iPhone 4 smartphone. That phone had 512 MB RAM and a single-core pro
ECONOMICAL AND MEDICINAL VALUE OF BAMBOO

ECONOMICAL AND MEDICINAL VALUE OF BAMBOO

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Bamboo is a natural resource.  It had wide economic and cultural significance. In terms of number and vigor, no grown plant has as many uses as bamboo. It gives three-time more as compared to other plants. Not only stems, but their leaves are also very important. It is the fastest growing plant on earth. it has its economic as well as medicinal value. Bamboo can be planted in traditional as well as non-traditional methods; Traditional method- Traditional method of planting are based on seed and budding methods. Non-traditional method-  Non-traditional methods of planting are based on cutting like cutting the root,  culm cutting, branch cutting, etc. it is also planting by tissue culture. Bamboo is a plant that does not need more air water as well as sunlight. It