Organic Food 

Organic Farming

Organic Farming We have studied the bad effects of chemical farming, principles of organic farming, methods of supplying nutrients, composting, vermi compost, Panchagavya etc. as it pertains to organic farming. In this article, we will study non-chemical methods for pest and disease control, organic certification, marketing etc. All creatures on this earth have the right and ability to live and survive. Hence we need not and cannot eradicate any pest, pathogen or weed. It is enough if it is kept under control to avoid economic damage to our crops. We…

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The Most Effective Science-Based LEG WORKOUT | Science Applied (12 Studies)

Get a 30 day free trial for Audible and a free book at or text ‘jeffnippard’ to 500-500 Get my FULL 16 week Push Pull Legs program! ‣ Subscribe here: ‣ Watch my calf science explained video: ‣ Watch my warm up science explained video: ‣ Should the knees go past the toes in the squat? ‣–pg&t=34s ——————————- Help SUPPORT the channel by: 1. Trying one of my training programs: → 2. Buying my channel merch: → 3. Checking out what my…

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Leap Seconds | Interesting Thing of the Day

There’s no easy way to say this, so I’m just going to put it out there: the Earth rotates at the wrong speed. Or, rather, it usually does. You may think it takes 24 hours to go around once, but sometimes it takes about 2 milliseconds more. To be fair, the planet’s speed has been reasonably consistent for most of the past 20 years, but for many years prior to that, it was consistently behind. Scientists believe that in the future, it will revert to its old ways, and probably…

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Butt Workouts 

EXERCISES FOR GROWING THE UNDERBUTT | A Scientific Approach to Training the Underbutt

Heyeverybody! I’ve obtained an additional video clip for you people, and also if you are brand-new to my network after that hey there my name is Lucy and also I publish video clips regarding my exercises, exactly what I consume in a day, and also some vlogs! So if you typically aren’t subscribed currently and also wish to see even more video clips after that there will certainly be a red switch simply above/below this summary box (relying on mobile or laptop haha) and also if you click it, you…

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Jean Sammet, Co-Designer of a Pioneering Computer Language, Dies at 89

  “I thought of a computer as some obscene piece of hardware that I wanted nothing to do with,” Ms. Sammet recalled in an interview in 2000. Continue reading the main story Her initial aversion was not unusual among the math purists of the time, long before computer science emerged as an academic discipline. Later, Ms. Sammet tried programming calculations onto cardboard punched cards, which were then fed into a computer. “To my utter astonishment,” she said, “I loved it.” In the early 1950s, the computer industry was in its…

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This remote island in the South Pacific is covered in 18 tons of our trash

  Traveling by ship, it takes about 13 days to reach Henderson Island from New Zealand. Hidden in the South Pacific, 3000 miles from anywhere, this UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Pitcairns is “one of the most pristine islands left in the world, never inhabited by humans, rarely visited even for research purposes,” says Jennifer Lavers. After she and her colleagues disembarked on Henderson Island in May 2015 to do some ecology research, they didn’t see another ship until they got picked up at the end of August. But…

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fingerprints News 

That Fingerprint Sensor on Your Phone Is Not as Safe as You Think

  Full human fingerprints are difficult to falsify, but the finger scanners on phones are so small that they read only partial fingerprints. When a user sets up fingerprint security on an Apple iPhone or a phone that runs Google’s Android software, the phone typically takes eight to 10 images of a finger to make it easier to make a match. And many users record more than one finger — say, the thumb and forefinger of each hand. Photo Sample fingerprints that the researchers at N.Y.U. and Michigan State University…

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