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How to generate positive energy anywhere in the world with anyone.

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How to generate positive energy anywhere in the world with anyone.

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#positive #hug #tip
That is how Stubble burning problem can be solved. So can provide some relief to this annual pollution problem. 

This tractor mounted machine can make stubble/Parali compact & then easy to transport. Lets see how it goes in market. As forwarded.

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#stubbleburning #tip
That is how Stubble burning problem can be solved. So can provide some relief to this annual pollution problem.

This tractor mounted machine can make stubble/Parali compact & then easy to transport. Lets see how it goes in market. As forwarded.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1195210695421251587

#stubbleburning #tip
<h3>A great illustration of trans-cultural diffusion - in this case, a Western party trick being used as an innovative fishing technology.</h3>

The egg is a traditional bait.

The Coke-mentos changes O2 concentration in the water.

Fish swims into fisherman’s hands.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1195094408338784256

#fishing #tip

A great illustration of trans-cultural diffusion - in this case, a Western party trick being used as an innovative fishing technology.



The egg is a traditional bait.

The Coke-mentos changes O2 concentration in the water.

Fish swims into fisherman’s hands.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1195094408338784256

#fishing #tip
<h3>5 juices to drink before you sleep to cut down stubborn belly fat</h3>

Losing weight, specifically stomach fat, can be such a discouraging process, especially when you have to deal with stubborn belly fat. Here are several bedtime drinks that will help burn stomach fat faster.

Feel free to adapt these drink recipes. They’re a delicious way to kick your body into gear, even while you’re snoozing. Here are the drinks that make you feel lighter and you will lose your fat during snoozing too:

https://www.orissapost.com/5-juices-to-drink-before-you-sleep-to-cut-down-stubborn-belly-fat/

#health #fat #belly #juice

5 juices to drink before you sleep to cut down stubborn belly fat



Losing weight, specifically stomach fat, can be such a discouraging process, especially when you have to deal with stubborn belly fat. Here are several bedtime drinks that will help burn stomach fat faster.

Feel free to adapt these drink recipes. They’re a delicious way to kick your body into gear, even while you’re snoozing. Here are the drinks that make you feel lighter and you will lose your fat during snoozing too:

https://www.orissapost.com/5-juices-to-drink-before-you-sleep-to-cut-down-stubborn-belly-fat/

#health #fat #belly #juice
<h3>5 reasons you should jump rope every day</h3>
What is the first thought that comes to your mind when somebody says exercise or workout? Gym, right? This is not something uncommon. For most of the people getting leaner and fitter means shedding sweat in the gym and running miles on the treadmill. But if truly you want to stay fit and active then it is not necessary at all to go to the gym or get enrolled in any fitness classes. All you need is a jumping rope, some open space, and little motivation.

Heavy and complicated pieces of equipment cannot always guarantee you a fit body, this can even be achieved simply by jumping rope at the comfort of your home. Jumping rope to stay fit is not something new, even the best athletes on earth do this because it

5 reasons you should jump rope every day


What is the first thought that comes to your mind when somebody says exercise or workout? Gym, right? This is not something uncommon. For most of the people getting leaner and fitter means shedding sweat in the gym and running miles on the treadmill. But if truly you want to stay fit and active then it is not necessary at all to go to the gym or get enrolled in any fitness classes. All you need is a jumping rope, some open space, and little motivation.

Heavy and complicated pieces of equipment cannot always guarantee you a fit body, this can even be achieved simply by jumping rope at the comfort of your home. Jumping rope to stay fit is not something new, even the best athletes on earth do this because it's an incredible way to exercise.

Here are five reasons why you should jump rope every day.

http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articles/61572/20191025/5-weird-health-hacks-to-try-at-home.htm

#health #body #fitness
<h3>Russian Scientists Come Up With Way to Save Humanity From Lack of Clean Water</h3>

https://sputniknews.com/science/201911061077236684-russian-scientists-come-up-with-way-to-save-humanity-from-lack-of-clean-water/

#environment #clean #water #Russia

Russian Scientists Come Up With Way to Save Humanity From Lack of Clean Water



https://sputniknews.com/science/201911061077236684-russian-scientists-come-up-with-way-to-save-humanity-from-lack-of-clean-water/

#environment #clean #water #Russia
<h3>Hover Man</h3>
Hover Pack now being tried out in KSA. Finally People can fly.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1191818362541752320

#technology #flight #ksa

Hover Man


Hover Pack now being tried out in KSA. Finally People can fly.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1191818362541752320

#technology #flight #ksa
<h3>Scientists Create “Artificial Leaf” That Sucks in Carbon Dioxide and Makes Fuel</h3>
The new technology is inexpensive and scientists say it mimics the way in which plants use photosynthesis.

https://themindunleashed.com/2019/11/artificial-leaf-sucks-carbon-dioxide-makes-fuel.html

#environment #co2

Scientists Create “Artificial Leaf” That Sucks in Carbon Dioxide and Makes Fuel


The new technology is inexpensive and scientists say it mimics the way in which plants use photosynthesis.

https://themindunleashed.com/2019/11/artificial-leaf-sucks-carbon-dioxide-makes-fuel.html

#environment #co2

<h3>5 Weird Health Hacks to Try at Home</h3>
Sometimes, you just don1. Smell an Orange Sounds weird, we know, but just like the pulp inside, the skin of an orange is good for you, too. While you may not be ready to try eating it yet, there is something else you can do for your health - smell it. Orange peel contains essential oils that can help naturally boost your alertness and mood. It may even help reduce anxiety. If you've been fixing to head to the doctor to help regulate your mood, try smelling an orange instead. 2. Mindful Eating You're on the go all the time, which means you eat your meals in a rush. However, you've noticed that this is having a negative effect on your hunger levels and your waistline. If you've been planning on talking to your doctor about diet and nutrition, instead try eating mindfully. This means sitting down when you eat and removing all distractions - like your phone. When you're conscious of how and what you're eating, you're also aware of how hungry you are and less likely to eat too much. 3. Try Home Test Kit If your social life has been on fire lately and you've had a few sleepovers, you may be thinking that it's time your sexual health had a checkup. Again, though, you're super busy, and you don't want to wait a whole week until you can get out and enjoy yourself again. Why not try at-home test kit? They're discreet to order and easy to use. Once you've taken the test, you mail it to the lab where you can get same-day results. No appointment necessary, so no drama. 4. Get Stretching You may think that stretching is just for old people who struggle to get out of bed in the morning. However, you don't need to be retired to benefit from a good stretch. Starting your day with a few minutes of stretching can make all the difference. It can help to get the oxygen flowing and set you up for a day of success. 5. Go Herbal If you're a die-hard coffee fan, the thought of drinking tea, especially herbal tea, might make you want to gag. However, if you're also willing to turn your life around and eliminate the need for a doctor completely, you may want to give it a go. The best part is, there's plenty to choose from. If you want something that's still caffeinated, try green tea. If you want to feel relaxed and chilled out, go for chamomile. Some of these health hacks are weirder than others. Either way, they're all simple, easy trick that you can easily implement at home, so you can continue to put off that doctor's appointment. #health #tips ' />

5 Weird Health Hacks to Try at Home


Sometimes, you just don't have the time for a visit to the doctor.

Work is keeping you up at night, and your social life only just fits into the weekend. You know that there are a few reasons to visit the doctor that has been piling up, but you just keep putting it off.

Let's take a look at five weird health hacks that you can try at home instead.

1. Smell an Orange

Sounds weird, we know, but just like the pulp inside, the skin of an orange is good for you, too. While you may not be ready to try eating it yet, there is something else you can do for your health - smell it.

Orange peel contains essential oils that can help naturally boost your alertness and mood. It may even help reduce anxiety. If you've been fixing to head to the doctor to help regulate your mood, try smelling an orange instead.

2. Mindful Eating

You're on the go all the time, which means you eat your meals in a rush. However, you've noticed that this is having a negative effect on your hunger levels and your waistline.

If you've been planning on talking to your doctor about diet and nutrition, instead try eating mindfully. This means sitting down when you eat and removing all distractions - like your phone. When you're conscious of how and what you're eating, you're also aware of how hungry you are and less likely to eat too much.

3. Try Home Test Kit

If your social life has been on fire lately and you've had a few sleepovers, you may be thinking that it's time your sexual health had a checkup. Again, though, you're super busy, and you don't want to wait a whole week until you can get out and enjoy yourself again.

Why not try at-home test kit? They're discreet to order and easy to use. Once you've taken the test, you mail it to the lab where you can get same-day results. No appointment necessary, so no drama.

4. Get Stretching

You may think that stretching is just for old people who struggle to get out of bed in the morning. However, you don't need to be retired to benefit from a good stretch.

Starting your day with a few minutes of stretching can make all the difference. It can help to get the oxygen flowing and set you up for a day of success.

5. Go Herbal

If you're a die-hard coffee fan, the thought of drinking tea, especially herbal tea, might make you want to gag. However, if you're also willing to turn your life around and eliminate the need for a doctor completely, you may want to give it a go.

The best part is, there's plenty to choose from. If you want something that's still caffeinated, try green tea. If you want to feel relaxed and chilled out, go for chamomile.

Some of these health hacks are weirder than others. Either way, they're all simple, easy trick that you can easily implement at home, so you can continue to put off that doctor's appointment.

#health #tips
<h3>How to Get More Restful Sleep</h3>
Fatigue is a serious problem in the United States. It can impact your quality of life, your work, and your relationships. It can also be a larger problem for society because fatigue and extreme drowsiness can lead to lost productivity and an increase of accidents and injuries everywhere from the workplace to the roadways. 

For example, sleep deprivation symptoms are very similar to being under the influence of alcohol. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drowsy driving caused 72,000 automobile crashes in the U.S. in 2013 and 44,000 injuries. It also led to 800 deaths. 

On a personal level, not getting enough sleep can be bad for your physical and mental health. For example, not getting enough sleep or getting poor quality sleep can increase the risk of medical conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. 

If you spend several nights in a row without sleep, it can cause brain fog and problems with concentration and decision-making. It can make it more likely that your health will suffer in serious ways. 

While many people understand the risks of not getting enough sleep, it can be a challenge to get more sleep and ensure that itCut Out the Stimulants You may not realize it, but even a morning cup of coffee can impact your sleep quality many hours later. Caffeine's effects can last for up to 24 hours, and the closer to bedtime you're consuming caffeine, the more likely it is to affect your sleep quality. Caffeine can make it hard to fall asleep and also stay asleep. You may need to consider stimulants you're consuming outside of coffee as well, such as certain medications and sodas. If you have sleep issues, cutting out stimulants and caffeine is a good place to start to address the issue. Keep a Consistent Sleep Schedule One of the best things you can do for your sleep and overall health is to try and keep a consistent schedule. This means that you try to go to sleep at a set time every night, even on the weekends, and you get up at the same time every day. If you can get to a point where you can wake up without an alarm clock, even better. You want to normalize your internal clock, and it may take some time and experimentation to find what works for you. Don't sleep in even on the weekends or days when you have the opportunity. It's better to wake up at the same time even on weekends but then take a short nap later in the day. You want your body to get into a natural sleep-wake rhythm, but everyone's rhythm won't look the same, which is why you have to find what works for you. If you find that it works well for you to take naps to keep your sleep schedule, try to limit them to no longer than 15 to 20 minutes, and they should be in the early afternoon and not too close to your bedtime. If you finish dinner and you feel like you're getting sleepy before it's your bedtime, try and get up and moving and stimulate yourself a bit so that you don't go to sleep too early. Get More Light During the Day Your body's natural circadian rhythm controls your hormones, your brain, and your body. It helps all of these components know when it's time to go to sleep. If you get natural light or bright light exposure during the day, it can help you maintain a healthy circadian rhythm. Research has shown that when people struggle with insomnia, exposure to bright light during the day improved their sleep quality and their duration of sleep. It can also reduce how long it takes you to fall asleep. If you're not able to get sunlight exposure, you can invest in an artificial sun lamp to help you. While the daytime is when you should try and get bright light exposure, as it gets closer to bedtime, you'll want to limit this and in particular, exposure to blue light. Nighttime light exposure can throw off your circadian rhythm, and electronic devices, including smartphones, emit blue light. Blue light exposure can be especially detrimental to your sleep quality because your body thinks it's daytime when it's exposed to this kind of light. There are different approaches you can take to reduce your blue light exposure. One is simply to stop using devices or watching TV around two hours before you head to bed. You can also wear glasses specifically designed to block blue light. There are even apps that will block blue light on your laptop or mobile devices. Take Melatonin Many people who struggle with sleep issues don't like to take medications and in particular, prescription drugs because they worry about the side effects. Melatonin is a natural supplement that can help you address your sleep issues. Melatonin is a hormone our bodies naturally produce that tells us when it's time to go to bed, but you can buy it as a supplement as well. Studies have shown taking two milligrams of melatonin before bed can improve not only your quality of sleep but boost your energy levels the next day as well. Other supplements people sometimes use to help them with sleep include: Valerian root Lavender L-theanine Magnesium Stop Drinking Alcohol Finally, we often think of alcohol as something that can help us sleep, but that only tells part of the story. Yes, a drink in the evening may temporarily relax you, but ultimately, it can be detrimental to your hormones and your sleep quality. Consuming alcohol can cause disrupted sleep patterns, and it affects your natural melatonin production. While you may fall asleep more quickly when you drink, you're not going to get that deep, restful sleep that your body needs. Source: http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articles/61566/20191018/how-to-get-more-restful-sleep.htm #health #sleep #tips ' />

How to Get More Restful Sleep


Fatigue is a serious problem in the United States. It can impact your quality of life, your work, and your relationships. It can also be a larger problem for society because fatigue and extreme drowsiness can lead to lost productivity and an increase of accidents and injuries everywhere from the workplace to the roadways.

For example, sleep deprivation symptoms are very similar to being under the influence of alcohol. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drowsy driving caused 72,000 automobile crashes in the U.S. in 2013 and 44,000 injuries. It also led to 800 deaths.

On a personal level, not getting enough sleep can be bad for your physical and mental health. For example, not getting enough sleep or getting poor quality sleep can increase the risk of medical conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and obesity.

If you spend several nights in a row without sleep, it can cause brain fog and problems with concentration and decision-making. It can make it more likely that your health will suffer in serious ways.

While many people understand the risks of not getting enough sleep, it can be a challenge to get more sleep and ensure that it's high-quality.

The following are ways to improve sleep quantity and quality if this is something you struggle with:

Cut Out the Stimulants

You may not realize it, but even a morning cup of coffee can impact your sleep quality many hours later. Caffeine's effects can last for up to 24 hours, and the closer to bedtime you're consuming caffeine, the more likely it is to affect your sleep quality.

Caffeine can make it hard to fall asleep and also stay asleep.

You may need to consider stimulants you're consuming outside of coffee as well, such as certain medications and sodas.

If you have sleep issues, cutting out stimulants and caffeine is a good place to start to address the issue.

Keep a Consistent Sleep Schedule

One of the best things you can do for your sleep and overall health is to try and keep a consistent schedule.

This means that you try to go to sleep at a set time every night, even on the weekends, and you get up at the same time every day. If you can get to a point where you can wake up without an alarm clock, even better.

You want to normalize your internal clock, and it may take some time and experimentation to find what works for you.

Don't sleep in even on the weekends or days when you have the opportunity.

It's better to wake up at the same time even on weekends but then take a short nap later in the day.

You want your body to get into a natural sleep-wake rhythm, but everyone's rhythm won't look the same, which is why you have to find what works for you.

If you find that it works well for you to take naps to keep your sleep schedule, try to limit them to no longer than 15 to 20 minutes, and they should be in the early afternoon and not too close to your bedtime.

If you finish dinner and you feel like you're getting sleepy before it's your bedtime, try and get up and moving and stimulate yourself a bit so that you don't go to sleep too early.

Get More Light During the Day

Your body's natural circadian rhythm controls your hormones, your brain, and your body. It helps all of these components know when it's time to go to sleep.

If you get natural light or bright light exposure during the day, it can help you maintain a healthy circadian rhythm.

Research has shown that when people struggle with insomnia, exposure to bright light during the day improved their sleep quality and their duration of sleep. It can also reduce how long it takes you to fall asleep.

If you're not able to get sunlight exposure, you can invest in an artificial sun lamp to help you.

While the daytime is when you should try and get bright light exposure, as it gets closer to bedtime, you'll want to limit this and in particular, exposure to blue light.

Nighttime light exposure can throw off your circadian rhythm, and electronic devices, including smartphones, emit blue light. Blue light exposure can be especially detrimental to your sleep quality because your body thinks it's daytime when it's exposed to this kind of light.

There are different approaches you can take to reduce your blue light exposure. One is simply to stop using devices or watching TV around two hours before you head to bed. You can also wear glasses specifically designed to block blue light. There are even apps that will block blue light on your laptop or mobile devices.

Take Melatonin

Many people who struggle with sleep issues don't like to take medications and in particular, prescription drugs because they worry about the side effects.

Melatonin is a natural supplement that can help you address your sleep issues.

Melatonin is a hormone our bodies naturally produce that tells us when it's time to go to bed, but you can buy it as a supplement as well.

Studies have shown taking two milligrams of melatonin before bed can improve not only your quality of sleep but boost your energy levels the next day as well.

Other supplements people sometimes use to help them with sleep include:

Valerian root

Lavender

L-theanine

Magnesium

Stop Drinking Alcohol

Finally, we often think of alcohol as something that can help us sleep, but that only tells part of the story. Yes, a drink in the evening may temporarily relax you, but ultimately, it can be detrimental to your hormones and your sleep quality.

Consuming alcohol can cause disrupted sleep patterns, and it affects your natural melatonin production.

While you may fall asleep more quickly when you drink, you're not going to get that deep, restful sleep that your body needs.

Source: http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articles/61566/20191018/how-to-get-more-restful-sleep.htm

#health #sleep #tips

<h3>Potential Breakthrough as Scientists Create New Virus That Kills EVERY Type of Cancer</h3>
It could save billions of dollars on costs for governments and construction companies around the world.

https://themindunleashed.com/2019/11/new-virus-kill-cancer.html

#health #cancer #Russia #cure

Potential Breakthrough as Scientists Create New Virus That Kills EVERY Type of Cancer


It could save billions of dollars on costs for governments and construction companies around the world.

https://themindunleashed.com/2019/11/new-virus-kill-cancer.html

#health #cancer #Russia #cure
<h3>Mexican Student Invents Rubber Road Pavement That Self-Repairs When Exposed to Rainwater</h3>
It could save billions of dollars on costs for governments and construction companies around the world.

https://themindunleashed.com/2019/11/student-invents-rubber-road-self-repairs-exposed-rainwater.html

#environment #transportation #mexico

Mexican Student Invents Rubber Road Pavement That Self-Repairs When Exposed to Rainwater


It could save billions of dollars on costs for governments and construction companies around the world.

https://themindunleashed.com/2019/11/student-invents-rubber-road-self-repairs-exposed-rainwater.html

#environment #transportation #mexico
<h3>IIT-Madras launches India https://twitter.com/i/status/1193794603662471168 #medical #technology #wheelchair #India' />

IIT-Madras launches India's first *_Standing Wheelchair_*. Technology that brings a revolutionary life change for the Physically challenged.



https://twitter.com/i/status/1193794603662471168

#medical #technology #wheelchair #India