The 10% brain usage- A myth

All of us must have heard these at least once from our teachers- “We use only 10-11% of our brain”. But then what about the great scientists: “Albert Einstein”, “Stephen William Hawking”, “Isaac Newton”, “Aristotle”, “Srinivasa Ramanujan”, etc.? Did these greatest minds of all time used just “10%” of their brains?   Let’s have a look at some numbers which completely prove that the “10% brain usage” is completely a myth.   Neurologist Barry Gordon…

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The man who knew infinity

I am not talking about “Albert Einstein” or “Stephen William Hawking” or any other foreign famous personality. I am talking about an Indian personality who literally knew, and I literally mean, HE KNEW INFINITY. I am talking about “Mr. Srinivasa Ramanujan”.   Let’s talk about the “Ramanujan-Hardy Number-1729”.   During a conversation between Mr. G.H. Hardy and Mr. Ramanujan, Ramanujan said that 1729 is a very interesting number. It is the smallest number expressible in…

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Sustainability

  Sustainability and technology are two very closely related terms and both of them have a very crucial effect on society and the scope of implementing one’s own idea can be efficiently explored by entrepreneurial practices. With this paper, a consistent effort has been made to express social entrepreneurship as a stepping stone towards the attainment of social goals and to assure sustainable development. The scope of sustainable engineering as well as green technology being…

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