Avoid day to day problems arising during this Money Demonetization, If Indian Govt. would restrict to use Cash transactions.! This is the right time to make use of Card Swipe machines.(Debit/Credit) for every Indian.

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Why not Govt would restrict to use Cash transactions.!and make Swipe machines a mandatory move to use for Debit/Credit transactions in all small & big transactions.

*All debit/credit transactions made through Swipe machines will become 100% white.

 

Common Problems facing by middle & below middle class people:

  1. Transportation:  Say Example:Auto stands : Group them under one unit, let the charge be fixed by Govt and they assign the available auto-rickshaw based on the demand. Just like how we hire taxi in Airports through a centralized service.
  2. Fruits/Vegetables/Groceries: Anyways Government fixing rates on these, why not these transaction be done by swiping debit/credit cards. A simple though can avoid all these discrepancies.
  3. Daily Wages: If they are directly deposited to their account, instead of cash. Then people can use them without depending on any currency in hand.

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Sometimes a simple idea can change everyone’s life.

Jai Hind.

 

 

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Ayahuasca: Psychedelic Tea from the Amazon


Ayahuasca is an herbal drink made from plants that grow in the Amazon jungle. For centuries, this tea has been used in healing ceremonies. The drink causes hallucinations and is said to have spiritual and therapeutic benefits. In recent years, it has attracted the attention of Western medicine as a possible treatment for depression.
The drug has also become popular with people seeking a “shaman experience.” According to the journal Nature, a booming industry has developed in South America, as thousands of people pay big money to attend retreats so they can sample ayahuasca’s “intense psychedelic insights.” However, the drink has also been linked to several deaths among “ayahuasca tourists.”
– See more at: http://www.livescience.com/54813-ayahuasca.html#sthash.7iLtDBfa.dpuf

How to Start an Exercise Routine and Stick to It


If you’re like a lot of people, you made a resolution to start exercising this year, but you didn’t see it through. Maybe you were too busy, afraid of hurting yourself or just hate going to the gym.
If you fall into this camp, don’t give up yet. Science has found a number of ways to boost your chances of keeping up an exercise routine. To find out the best way to start exercising, Live Science consulted the latest exercise guidelines and interviewed experts in sports medicine and exercise physiology. We wanted to know how much exercise people need to do to be healthy, what exercises they should do and how they can avoid injuries when starting out.
– See more at: http://www.livescience.com/54805-best-way-to-start-exercising.html#sthash.Dy3QouNZ.dpuf

Stung for Science: Meet the Man Who Measures Pain

Been stung by a bug? Well, Justin Schmidt feels your pain. No, seriously — no matter what type of insect stung you, Schmidt surely has been stung by it, too, and has documented that pain.
An entomologist at the University of Arizona, Schmidt studies the evolution and purpose of the stings that ants, bees and wasps can deliver, and the range of human pain these stings can cause. In doing that work, Schmidt has been stung — accidentally or purposely, in the name of science — more than a thousand times by nearly 100 different kinds of stinging insects.

– See more at: http://www.livescience.com/54817-justin-schmidt-insect-sting-pain-index.html#sthash.ZHksHGBF.dpuf

What’s Causing E-Cigs’ Trail of Injuries? 

An electronic cigarette exploded in the face of a man in Albany, New York, recently, leaving him with a hole his tongue and burns on his hand, CNN reported. The explosion also knocked out several of the man’s teeth.
But this is far from the first injury caused by an exploding e-cigarette, or e-cig.
– See more at: http://www.livescience.com/54823-e-cig-vaping-explosion-injuries.html#sthash.fOR2e3b1.dpuf

‘X-Ray Vision’ T-Shirt Shows Inner Workings of the Human Body

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A new crowdfunded project aims to create a virtual reality T-shirt that allows users to feel like they are peering inside the shirt-wearer’s anatomy using a mobile device or VR headset.

The Kickstarter project, called the Virtuali-Tee, is a T-shirt that gives people an inside peek at the skeletal, digestive and circulatory systems. The animated T-shirt is designed to teach kids about the inner workings of their bodies.

The new product is “like a magic lens combined with a teleportation experience that helps kids unlock their full learning potential,” Mária Rakušanová, a product marketing lead at Samsung who works on the company’s virtual-reality systems, said in a statement. [Beyond Gaming: 10 Other Fascinating Uses for Virtual Reality]

Mixed reality

The garment — which would work in concert with a mobile phone, tablet device or VR headset — is the brainchild of London-based virtual-reality (VR) and augmented-reality (AR) company Curiscope. Whereas VR headsets such as the Oculus Rift, the Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard envelop a person’s field of vision to display another world, the new T-shirt uses AR to superimpose images of internal anatomy onto the T-shirt to create a mixed reality.

Aaaaaaah, Really? You Would Die If You Didn’t Sigh

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How many times per day do you sigh? Chances are, the number in your head is off by a factor of about 10, according to a new study.

People actually sigh about 12 times every hour, or once every five minutes, researchers found. But these audible exhalations don’t necessarily signal tiredness or exasperation. Rather, physiological sighs are vital tokeeping the lungs functioning properly, the scientists said.

“A human lung has as much surface area as a tennis court, and so that’s all folded inside your chest,” study co-author Jack Feldman, a professor of neurobiology at UCLA, told Live Science. “The way that nature did it is that there’s 500 million little air sacs called alveoli. And each alveolus is a little sphere, about 0.2 millimeters [0.008 inches] in diameter.”

Prahlad Jani, The Man Who Lived Without Food And Water For Over 70 Years

Creepy Indian Mysteries That Still Remain Unsolved

Prahlad Jani, popularly known as Mataji is an Indian sadhu, who is a staunch devotee of goddess Amba.

This man claims that he can live without food or even water and has been doing so since 1940. If you total, this makes up to 70 plus years. Till date a total of 2 hardcore observations have been conducted on Jani. In an observation conducted in 2010, he was probed by 3 cameras 24×7 for 15 days.

And to the wildest surprise of the scientist, Jani sailed through those 15 days without have anything other than oxygen. Even after 15 days the man had no symptoms of starvation or dehydration. Matter of fact, after 15 days of eating nothing his health was better than that of a 40-year-old male, the scientists noted. How he survives still remains unexplained!

Why Does the Sound of Water Help You Sleep?

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The crash of ocean waves, the babbling of brooks, the pitter-patter of rain on shingles — many people swear by these watery sounds to help them fall asleep and stay in la-la land. Why does flowing “agua” apparently have such a powerful and popular drowsing effect?

Part of the answer lies in how our brains interpret the noises we hear — both while awake and in the dead of night — as either threats or non-threats.

Certain sounds, such as screams and loud alarm clocks, can hardly be ignored. Yet other sounds, like the wind in the trees and waves lapping ashore, we sort of tune out.

Early Bird or Night Owl? It May Be in Your Genes

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If no amount of coffee seems to help you feel fresh and alert in the morning, you may be able to blame your genes.

According to a new study by the genetics company 23andMe, the preference for being a “morning person” — someone who enjoys waking up early and going to bed early — rather than being an “evening person,” who tends to stay up late at night and desperately reaches for the snooze button when the alarm goes off in the morning, is at least partially written in your genes. Researchers at the company found 15 regions of the human genome that are linked to being a morning person, including seven regions associated with genes regulating circadian rhythm — the body’s internal clock.   

“I find it interesting to see how genetics influences our preferences and behaviors,” said study co-author David Hinds, a statistical geneticist at 23andMe, a privately held genetic testing company headquartered in Mountain View, California.