• Always follow a PLANNED timetable for studying.
  • Discuss your doubts with friends and teachers.
  • Take some time for yourselves and rejenuvate yourselves.
  • Organize your study space.
  • Use flow charts and diagrams.
  • Practice on old exams.
  • Explain your answers to others.
  • Organize study groups with friends.
  • Take regular breaks.
  • Snack on brain food.
  • Plan your exam day.
  • AVOID using social media.[ONLY FOR THE PEOPLE WHO USE IT]

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This is a picture page of future airplanes. Of course future airplanes will come in many varieties from commercial to military to leisure aircraft. The pictures, photos and images on this page of future airplanes represent all three varieties.

The propulsion methods of these future planes will be of a great variety including JP-8 jet fuel mixtures especially with biofuels, hydrogen, hydrogen peroxide, plug-in battery electric hybrids, multi-fuel hybrids, magnetic energy, nuclear and those carrying plasma reactors.

This just gives a glimpse of what future airplanes will look like in the years ahead. Of course, there will be must development between now and 5, 10, 20 or 50 years in the future so we’ll just have to wait and see what the scientists and engineers of tomorrow offer.

NASA Supersonic Green Machine

NASA Supersonic Green Machine

This is a NASA concept supersonic aircraft that uses green fuel and is manufactured with little or no carbon footprint.

Future Travel

Future Commercial Travel

The concept behind these future planes is that the large one will circle the earth above many large cities and the smaller airplane will deplane the passengers in the sky then shuttle them to the airports saving time and fuel.

NASA Blended Wing Airplane

NASA Blended Wing Airplane Concept

The NASA Blended-Wing-Body aircraft concept co-developed with the help of UC Irvine, CA shows how design in the future will help reduce fuel consumption.

NASA Futuristic Planes

NASA Futuristic Planes

Now, this may be a stretch given current technology and a bit on the science fiction edge for some tastes, but this is what NASA is predicting are travel will look like within the next 50 years. Could happen.

Mars Airplane

Mars Airplane

To take NASA’s future vision one step farther, this is the depiction of what an airplane will look like on Mars. Of course, this most likely would be categorized as a spacecraft but they are calling it an airplane so I will do so as well.















































































































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Our parent are best

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Image result for parentImage result for parentparent is a caregiver of the offspring in their own species. In humans, a parent is the caretaker of a child (where “child” refers to offspring, not necessarily age). A biological parent is a person whose gamete resulted in a child, a male through the , and a female through the . Parents are first-degree relatives and have 50% genetic meet. A female can also become a parent through surrogacy. Some parents may be adoptive parents, who nurture and raise an offspring, but are not actually biologically related to the child. Orphans without adoptive parents can be raised by their grandparents or other family members.








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If I were a professor I would invent  a transparent phone. The name for it would be PRIME UNIVERSE of the MOBIZILLA mobile company.The main thing about this picture is that it is very cheap I have kept the price low so that even the poor can afoard it.Now by doing this i have taken  one step towards technology .Now i will talk about the phone.My phone would be transparent.It has more than 100 GB ram.It works on no network .It has wireless charging .It will also have an animal translator app installed in it.It can download anything in less than miliseconds. now I hope you will like my invention. 🙂


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Air pollution in India is quite a serious issue with the major sources being fuelwood and biomass burning, fuel adulteration, vehicle emission and traffic congestion.[1] In autumn and winter months, large scale crop residue burning in agriculture fields – a low cost alternative to mechanical tilling – is a major source of smoke, smog and particulate pollution.[2][3][4] India has a low per capita emissions of greenhouse gases but the country as a whole is the third largest after China and the United States.[5] A 2013 study on non-smokers has found that Indians have 30% lower lung function compared to Europeans.[6

Air Pollution in India

Normal component of fresh air are consist of 78.084 percent Nitrogen (N2), 21.946 percent Oxygen (O2), 0.934 percent Argon (Ar), 0.0397 percent Carbon dioxide (CO2), 0.00182 percent Neon (Ne), 0.0005 percent Helium (He) and 0.0002 percent Methane (CH4). When these normal percentage of Air component behave like irregular due to the influence of several harmful gases, our surrounding environment becomes polluted. There are some example of harmful elements of air like hydrocarbon gases, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and some greenhouse gases including carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, methane and many more.

Major reason to increase above-mentioned compositions in the air is industry emissions which increase the percentage of carbon monoxide and many harmful gasses. Vehicles also contribute up to 35% of air pollution in the big cities of India like Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai etc. some other reasons of air pollutions are the burning wood fuel in rural areas for cooking and millions of old diesel engines persistently burning away diesel. Read more…

Water Pollution in India

Most of the Indian big industries produce a large scale of polluted liquid emission which is normally wash out through a canal into river. A recent report describes that around 29,000 million liters of liquid dirt are produced daily in India whenever there have a capacity of 6,000 million liters per day. Directly or indirectly river is the main source of water. There have lots of rivers in India which are vastly polluted day by day due to lack of management by government. The most harmful elements which mainly polluted the river water are organic waste, sediment, mineral, nutrient, toxic chemical and many more.

Land Pollution in India

Land pollution in India is due to the poisonous pesticides and fertilizers as well as corrosion during 2009, the issue of Uranium poisoning in the state of Punjab came into light, caused by fly ash ponds of thermal power stations, which reportedly lead to severe birth defects in children in the Faridkot and Bhatinda districts of the state. Other main reason of this type of pollution is poor garbage disposal services in both the rural and urban areas of India. It is very common in India to find out a heap of garbage on the Street corners.

Noise Pollution in India

Noise pollution is also very common in India due to negligence of government. There have rule in the country to not exceed the normal range (65 decibel) of sound to control the sound pollution. But, no one follow this rule and government also not strict about this. People rampantly use loudspeakers, mikes or any sound system without rules of govt. some other reasons of sound pollution are the noise of industries  and vehical


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Science and technology in India

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Vikram Sarabhai—a physicist considered to be ‘the father of India’s space program’—[1] was instrumental in the creation of both the Indian Space Research Organisation and the Physical Research Laboratory(Ahemadabad).

Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India (office: 15 August 1947 – 27 May 1964), initiated reforms to promote higher education, science, and technology in India.[2] The Indian Institutes of Technology – conceived by a 22-member committee of scholars and entrepreneurs in order to promote technical education – was inaugurated on 18 August 1951 at Kharagpur in West Bengal by the minister of education Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.[3] More IITs were soon opened in BombayMadrasKanpur and Delhi as well in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Beginning in the 1960s, close ties with the Soviet Union enabled the Indian Space Research Organisation to rapidly develop the Indian space program and advance nuclear power in Indiaeven after the first nuclear test explosion by India on 18 May 1974 at Pokhran.

India accounts for about 10% of all expenditure on research and development in Asia and the number of scientific publications grew by 45% over the five years to 2007[citation needed]. However, according to former Indian science and technology minister, Kapil Sibal, India is lagging in science and technology compared to developed countries.[4] India has only 140 researchers per 1,000,000 population, compared to 4,651 in the United States.[4] India invested US$3.7 billion in science and technology in 2002–2003.[5] For comparison, China invested about four times more than India, while the United States invested approximately 75 times more than India on science and technology.[5] The highest-ranked Indian university for engineering and technology in 2014 was the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay at number 16;[6] natural science ranks lower.[7] One study argued that Indian science did not suffer from lack of funds but from unethical practices, the urge to make illegal money, immense misuse of power, frivolous publications and patents, faulty promotion policies, victimisation for speaking against wrong or corrupt practices in the managementsycophancy, and brain drain.[8]