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Why he is best prime minister ever!
 
मै _प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्द्र मोदी जी का सम्मान क्यों करता हुॅ **??
जान लीजिए ..!!
क्या इससे पहले देखा था की..
➖किसी प्रधानमंत्री का सगा छोटा_भाई (श्री प्रल्हाद
मोदी ) बिना किसी सुरक्षा के आश्रम एक्सप्रेस की
जनरल बोगी से दिल्ली जाकर राशन की दुकानदारो के मार्जिन बढ़ाने के लिए आन्दोलन करे ?

➖आज भारत में एक ऐसा प्रधानमंत्री है..!! जिसके
परिवार के सभी सदस्य अपने मेहनत से कमाया हुवा
खाते है ..!!
नरेंद्र मोदी जी के अन्य चार भाई..!!
➖एक भाई पेंशन याफ्ता है..!!
➖एक भाई कारखाने मे लेथ मशीन चलाता है..!!
➖एक भाई सुबह से शाम तक सरकारी कोटे वाली
राशन की दुकान में चीनी-गेंहू-केरोसिन तौलता है..!!
➖एक भाई सुचना विभाग में काम करता है..!!

इकलौती बहन का पति एलआईसी में क्लास थर्ड
से रिटायर है..! और वो गुजरात के एक छोटे से गाँव
में रहता है...!
नरेंद्र मोदी की ‪#‎भतीजी‬ ने प्रथम श्रेणी मे ग्रेजुएशन करने के बाद अच्छी नौकरी की आस मे निवास जाकर नरेंद्र मोदी को अपनी
इच्छा जताने पर..मोदीजी ने अपनी जेब से 101₹
देते हुये कहां था..!!
" बेटी एक अकेली आप हकदार नही..बल्कि सारे
# गुजरात की बेटीयाॅ मेरी है..! मै उनके साथ अन्याय नही कर सकता..!! आपको मेरा आशिर्वाद
है..स्पर्धा परीक्षा की तैयारी कर अपना मुकाम स्वयं हासिल करो..! "

आज जरा मंत्री क्या बन गये..अरे मंत्री छोड़ो.
..जरा सी सत्ता क्या हासिल कर ली..! अपने
परिवार..सगे..संबंधी..मामा..भांजे..जिजा..साले.
.सबको फायदा पहुचाने और कमाने की होड लग जात है..!!

अब आप ही बताये..ऐसे कालजयी_व्यक्तित्व का
मै सम्मान नही करू तो क्या करु..?

यदी मेरी बातों से आप संतुष्ट नही है..तो मुझे बताए..
➖अरविन्द_केजरीवाल के घर वाले क्या करते है ?
➖राहुल_गांधी के घर वाले क्या करते है ?
➖लालू_यादव के घर वाले क्या करते है ?
➖मुलायम_यादव के घर वाले क्या करते है ?
➖मायावती के घर वाले क्या करते है ?
इनके अलावा जिनका भी नाम आपको याद आये उनका नाम बताएं..

67 साल पहले एक गुजरातीने देश को अंग्रेजों से मुक्त किया था..

अब 67 साल बाद एक गुजरातीने देश को कांग्रेस से मुक्त किया है..

पहले वाला गुजराती 'नोटो' पर छा गया,

अभी वाला गुजराती 'वोटों' पर छा गया..

ऐ दोस्त खिडकिया खोल

के देखने दे मुझे ..

मेरे वतन की नई तस्वीर बन

रही है..

🌻आज भारत फिरसे आजाद हुआ..

➖पहला इग्लेड की रानी से..

और आज

➖" इटली की नौकरानी से "

➖जो पढ़ सके न खुद, किताब मांग रहे है,

➖खुद रख न पाए, वे हिसाब मांग रहे है।

➖जो कर सके न साठ साल में कोई विकास देश का, वे 1 साल में जवाब मांग रहे है।

➖आज गधे गुलाब मांग रहे है, चोर लुटेरे इन्साफ मांग रहे है।

➖जो लुटते रहे देश को 60 सालों तक,

सुना है आज वो 1साल का हिसाब मांग रहे है?

ये??

वर्षों बाद एक नेता को माँ गंगा की आरती करते देखा है,

वरना अब तक एक परिवार की समाधियों पर फूल चढ़ते देखा है।

वर्षों बाद एक नेता को अपनी मातृभाषा में बोलते देखा है ।

वरना अब तक रटी रटाई अंग्रेजी बोलते देखा है।

➖अब तक एक परिवार की मूर्तियां बनते देखा है।

वर्षों बाद एक नेता को संसद की माटी चूमते देखा है,

वरना अब तक इटैलियन सैंडिल चाटते देखा है।

वर्षों बाद एक नेता को देश के लिए रोते देखा है,

वरना अब तक "मेरे पति को मार दिया" कह कर वोटों की भीख मांगते देखा है।

➖पाकिस्तान को घबराते देखा है,

➖अमेरिका को झुकते देखा है।

इतने वर्षों बाद भारत माँ को खुलकर मुस्कुराते देखा है।


आप सभी से निवेदन इस मेसेज को पुरे भारत हर एक नागरीक तक पहुचाने में मेरी मदद करे
नाम इसलिए उँचा हैं.. हमारा क्योंकि..
हम बदला लेने, की नही 
बदलाव लाने, की सोच रखते हैं..

समझदार व्यक्ति वह नहीं जो ईट का जवाब पत्थर से दे ।

समझदार व्यक्ति वो हैं जो फेंकी हुई ईट से अपना आशियाना बना ले ।
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I said funny things on Twitter today.

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Trey is already in US for photo walk, he started from NYC. Check out if you can make one of the events!
 
Trey Ratcliff’s Photowalk Across the US
One of our top photographers on Google+, +Trey Ratcliff, will be touring across the US to host photowalks in 12 cities. 

We’d like to invite you to go in person to join the photo walks, for free!

Trey will be selecting his favorite photos from attendees at each city to create “best-of” collections, and we’ll share each city’s collection as he goes. If you’re able to make it out for these, it’s a great way to meet some fellow photographers, have lots of fun and possibly have your work reach a really big audience!

Aug 06 - New York City
Aug 07 - Philadelphia
Aug 08 - Washington D.C.
Aug 10 - Chicago
Aug 11 - Nashville
Aug 12 - Atlanta
Aug 14 - Miami
Aug 17 - Dallas
Aug 18 - San Antonio
Aug 21 - Phoenix
Aug 22 - Los Angeles
Sep 01 - Burning Man
Sep 19 - San Francisco

Visit tour.treyratcliff.com for more details
#TreyUSA  
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Bad Science or Bad editorial?
 
More Lies On IFLScience

You won’t believe what they’ve done this time.

If you’ve read this far, I want to be clear that the headline was linkbait. This post isn’t about some new transgression from IFLScience, but rather about why hype in science reporting is so harmful. For my regular readers I promise never to pull this kind of thing again. For those who have come because of the outrageous headline, hear me out.

A few days ago I wrote a post callout out IFLScience for misrepresenting research on solar cycles. It created a bit of a firestorm, with lots of people defending the site’s use of linkbait headlines:

"Who cares if they grab some attention with their headlines. They’re pulling people away from main stream media which is a good thing."

"These science websites have to bring in the non-science-degreed people."

"I don’t blame IFLscience for having the odd attention grabbing article/headline, anything that gets more people into science and away from celebrity obsession is a good thing."

"Hypothetically, the word “sun spots,” “ice age,” and “science,” were used in a conversation between two adults whose lives probably very rarely revolve around this. They’ve gotten people into the discussion. I don’t care how."

There was also a great deal of accusation that I was being elitist by calling out IFLScience:

"IFLScience isn’t a technical journal, and it’s not pretending to be. It’s trying to make science news accessible to the masses."

"IFLS is not a scientific journal, and as a social media page it should not be held to the standards of a scientific journal, or even a scientific news source such as Scientific American."

"The fact is IFLS isn’t a peer-reviewed scientific journal. It’s a science and entertainment site."

What I find most disheartening about these kinds of comments is how deeply they underestimate people’s intelligence. It reinforces a common misconception that science is only for “smart” people, and it isn’t relevant to most people’s lives. Neither of these are true. People don’t need to be coddled or lied to in order to interest them in science, they need to be engaged in a clear and honest way. Science isn’t perfect, but it is a deeply powerful method for gaining knowledge. The more knowledge we have about the universe, the more readily we can face the challenges ahead. Hyping results and misrepresenting research only serves to strengthen the argument that scientists don’t really know what they’re talking about. That’s why it’s anti-science, and that’s why I called IFLScience out. They can be a voice for good, but when they willfully mislead it is deeply harmful. The same is true for any site that misrepresents scientific research.

The main argument of those defending hyped and misleading headlines is that it starts a conversation. To them I would say use this to start a conversation. Feel free to share this post with your friends, but better yet write your own. We deserve better than hyped headlines to spark a discussion.

Note: The image for this post? It was created by Andy Brunning as seen on (you guessed it) IFLScience.
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Is it just me or Google Music Radio 📻 launched in Canada 🍁 +MobileSyrup+Android Headlines+Android Police+Cult of Android+Android Authority​
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Indian Satellite Launches ... "... Indian scientists last month launched five British satellites into orbit from the Sriharikota space port. The lift-off was a success.

For this special launch, Britain not only rented premium space from the Indian Space Research Organization but its Surrey Satellite Technology Limited also hired an entire rocket for the first time.

The 320 tonne (320,000 kilograms) rocket is as tall as a 15-storey building and will hoist, apart from a constellation of three disaster-monitoring satellites, two smaller experimental satellites into space.

Carrying a total weight of 1140kg, this the heaviest commercial launch ever to be undertaken by India.

The whole mission was completed in just over 19 minutes into the flight as planned.

This is the 30th launch of India’s PSLV or Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle. Till date, India has launched 40 satellites from 19 countries on a commercial basis.

On its future projects, ISRO plans 17 PSLV missions, 6 GSLV MK-II missions and 2 GSLV MK-III missions (including one experimental mission).

ISRO will build a third Launch Pad at Sriharikota and a second Vehicle Assembly Building to improve launch turn around and support the increased launch frequency of PSLV and GSLV.

Overall, ISRO plans fifty eight missions during the twelfth plan period – Thirty three Satellite missions and twenty five Launch Vehicle missions.

In spite of all these spectacular achievements and triumphs that have a made a mark in History for themselves, we as Indian often fail to give them the due credit they deserve. It is not every day that a satellite orbits Mars or the Moon. We need to recognize the brilliant efforts of the space agency that has set new records for the world to follow.

This one is for the incredible Indian Space Research Organization, the mother of all things magnificent. ..."

MORE: http://thecampusconnect.com/isro-major-feats/
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+DNA
 
Three super-Earths found 21 light years from Earth Three super-Earths found 21 light years from Earth

http://www.dnaindia.com/sport/report-indian-women-bag-silver-at-world-archery-championships-2110437
Indian women bag silver at World Archery Championships - Indian women's recurve team squandered a two-set lead and went down to top seed Russians in the shoot-off to bag a silver medal at the World Archery Championships, here today.
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Why does blue moon is just another ordinary full moon?
 
As you may have heard, a lot of people (and journalists) are talking about this 'blue moon' thing, as if it's something special. It's not. It's actually an example of human cluelessness. Let me explain ... :)

Blue moon is when there are two full moons in the same calendar month. In July, we had a full moon on July 2nd, and then again on July 31th. The first full moon was just a regular full moon, while the second full moon, called a blue moon, is also just a regular full moon.

No, it's not blue or even blueish. No, it's not some fancy astronomical event, nor is it a part of some cosmic phenomenon. It's a just a regular full moon. 

Here is the problem. Traditionally, we are defining a day as being the time it takes for the Earth to spin around itself. A month is the time it takes for the Moon to spin around Earth. And, a year is the time it takes for Earth to spin around the Sun.

So how long does it take for the Moon to orbit Earth? Well, that is a surprisingly complicated question to answer. 

Generally there are two ways of defining it. We can define it as the actual astronomical time that it takes for the moon to complete one full orbit. This is called a real orbit, or a ’sidereal’ month. 

And a real lunar month is only 27.322 days. 

Yep, our moon actually orbits Earth 13.4 times per year, not 12 as you might have thought. 

However, since Earth is moving around the Sun as well, a full moon (and a new moon) isn’t related to the orbit of the moon, but rather the position of the moon in relation to the Sun, and our perspective of it from Earth.

This is called a Synodic month, or the time it takes for the Moon to position itself in the same place relative to the Sun and us. And this happens every 29.531 days. This means that we get a full moon 12.368 times per year.

If you think this is confusing, take a look at the wonderful animation below, made by W. H. Freeman back in 2004 (http://goo.gl/HvgnJR).

So, the reason why we had two full moons last month was not anything special happened. Instead, it’s simply because our moon doesn’t care about how silly we humans have defined a month.

We, as the Moon would say, got our calendars wrong. In fact, it's not even August. Since the moon orbits 13.4 times around the Earth, we are currently in this extra month which I will call 'awesome-month' ;)
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Currently: Environmental scientist, Water resources management.
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  • Devon Energy
    Senior Analyst Laboratory, 2014 - present
    Water resources management and Water treatment, SAG-D project.
  • Canadian Natural Resources Limited
    Senior Analyst Laboratory, 2011 - 2014
    Experties in Petrochemical analysis and product development, water management and treatment.
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    Principal Scientist, 2004 - 2011
    Development of CNS drugs, drug delivery system (Nano-medicine) and Nicotinoid receptor targeting (Parkinson's disease), Anti-neoplastic drugs
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