• What is magnetic field architecture?

    Sharon Joji Mathew
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    Oct 17, 2022
    In addition to zooming around on a hoverboard, in the future it's possible that your home may float and office assistance robots will also be able to levitate to avoid obstructions and preserve a sterile environment. Although it may seem unlikely that this will materialize very soon, Arx Pax is aiming to change that using Magnetic Field Architecture (MFA).

    Greg and Jill Henderson, the co-founders of Arx Pax, wanted to create magnetic field technology for stationary structures because they were inspired by maglev trains. MFA technique was first intended to elevate buildings during earthquakes or floods. Instead of only aiming to produce incredibly strong magnets and magnetic fields, MFA technology focuses on better understanding magnetic fields to manage magnetic flux for specific applications.
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  • Bermuda Triangle: incidents and mystery theories

    Shiva Sankar Modala
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    Oct 17, 2022
    Over a thousand of ships and airplanes have vanished in the last 100 years without leaving any traces or even capturing anyone's imagination. They are disappearing in the Bermuda triangle - an area of a great mystery. The Bermuda Triangle refers to the region in the Atlantic Ocean that includes Florida, Bermuda, and Plutodica. It covers 1,300,000 square kilometers, and it is sometimes referred to as the "Devil's triangle". 20 ships and four airplanes go missing each year in the Bermuda Triangle. No one can figure out how the ships are disappearing, which makes it a mystery. Even now, people have no idea if the cruisers drown or collapse. Thousands of disappearances have occurred here up to this point. However, five incidents were particularly prominent in the public eye.
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  • Step out of your comfort zone: how to make "right" decisions

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    Oct 17, 2022
    We subconsciously seem to have the slightest inclination toward the right decision, but there is something that always stands in the middle. This could be anything, you could either be delaying something that needs to be done or you just don't want to move out of your comfort zone.
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  • Seven Chakras and their meaning in human body

    Shiva Sankar Modala
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    Oct 03, 2022
    The word "desire" doesn't necessarily refer to a desire for money. Instead, it is the basis of one's resolve and motivation to finish a task. You must therefore possess these two traits, consciousness and awareness, in order to realize and fulfill your goals. Consciousness is nothing more than thinking that you are capable of accomplishing something. Everyone on the planet possesses this "Consciousness," which explains why, despite our differences in language usage and other areas, we all share some traits. A person with this "Consciousness" has the capacity to make discoveries or create new things. Consciousness is hence a necessity and a quality to have for finishing or accomplishing a task. The next is "Awareness." Nearly all early men used to flee from forest fires to save their lives, but one brave man grasped the power of "Fire" and realized that, with proper care, it could be utilized to warm their bodies during the winter and even be used to cook food. Thus, they gained control over the fire and added it to their arsenal of skills. Similar to this, regardless of all our goals and consciousness, the instant we begin to consider how we may use things to our advantage and the benefit of those around us is the time we become "Aware." Therefore, "awareness" can make our life and the lives of those around us more helpful.
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  • Shalekhet- Fallen Trees

    Sharon Joji Mathew
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    Oct 03, 2022
    The Jewish Museum in Kreuzberg, is regularly visited by tourists in Berlin. It was inaugurated for its visitors in 2001.On 3,500 square meters (38,000 square feet) of floor area, the museum depicts the history of Jews in Germany from the Middle Ages to the present using unique focal points. It has three structures, two of which are recent extensions designed by Daniel Libeskind. The collections, library, and archive contain historical information about German-Jewish people, and the museum's events calendar reflects this.
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