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Roots of Adversity

Most of your early lives are spent in developing your personal selves, a self that can take on the world without any problems. That self usually evolves through an ever-lasting process of maturation and growth. Growth, as I like to put it, is like a tree, entrenching its roots into the inner sanctums of mother earth. As it grows, you see its exterior as a mere deception of what is actually happing in its core. Why do I use it as a metaphor? Well, because your life goes through a process equivalent to that of a tree. As you grow wiser, the roots of your experiences go deep within your consciousness, strengthening the stability of your reality in the face of adversity. Sometimes, it may seem from the outside that your growth is stagnated, but the external fa├žade of a tree can never give a proper representation of how profound its roots are. So, it is imperative for you to trust the route that you are walking because only the path of pain and misery can help you against the untimely even…
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Thought for Food.

Protein is an essential nutrient for the body, they are the building blocks of the muscles and the organs. Proteins are chained polymeric structures made up of amino acids, a molecule of protein is made up of several of these amino acids which are responsible for growth. Proteins are important to our body as it is responsible for the growth of muscles, skin, bones and also help in making enzymes and hormones. A diet rich in protein can help speed up metabolism and assist in fat loss. For our body to function properly we must intake the required amount of protein, around 25-30% of our calories should come from proteins.In India 40% of people are vegetarian and the food that is being eaten most of the time is healthy, yet it does not provide us with the proper amount of protein that our body requires. For a vegetarian person, an average meal will consist of 1 cup of lentils, 1 cooked vegetables, wheat bread and rice, if we calculate the nutrient output of this meal then we will find tha…

Don't Stay up Sid!

Waking up with red eyes, headache and a desperate urge to go back to bed, that’s how we feel after drinking too much, but also this is how the day starts for many young adults. That is not because of a couple of extra shots but because of the sporadic sleep cycle. Today almost every youngster is dealing with lack of sleep, particularly those who are in schools and colleges. This is a major issue because it affects the productivity and learning ability of the students. Even while looking at the bigger picture of a country, for example, India, people are sleep deprived.Wait a minute! Why are we considering sleep deprivation a big issue?According to statistics, 93% of Indian people are sleep deprived. It means that 93% of people in this country sleep less than 8 hours, though for every individual the amount of adequate sleep is different statistics say that 87% of people think that lack of sleep affects their health. So, this means most of the people have not yet figured out their optimu…

Plethora of Toxicity

In our life, we meet millions of people, and it will not be wrong to say that most of our time is spent in interaction with our co-workers, family members and strangers. These interactions help us assume the person as to if they are positive people or negative people. Positive people are the ones with whom we feel happy, motivated and who project a certain aura through which we feel secure. Those are the people with whom you should spend most of your time. But some of them just project negativity. These are the people who come into our lives to teach us about life. These people can be categorised into the following sections:The attention seekers:These are the people that we will find in most of the places, especially in colleges and school. They are the ones who want the world to look at them and appreciate their superiority, for them the only motive in life is to become the centre of attraction. This mostly happens in colleges and schools because we are immature, we have no sense abo…

Elon Musk's Dream

Ridley Scott’s “The Martian” starring Matt Damon, was a delightful adaptation from “The Martian” written by Andy Weir. When Andy wrote the book, he was not a professional scientist nor was he a professional writer. Neither am I. I am not qualified enough to write about space travel and its endeavours, but what makes me eligible to write is the fact that I love space and its every aspect and the fact that human can someday start life on another planet fascinates me.Why Mars?MARS, the fourth planet in the solar system. Also referred to as the red planet is one of the most interesting places for humans, solely because of the fact that it is similar to earth in many ways. Its one-tenth the mass of earth, the temperatures can go as high as 50℃ in summers to -143℃ in winters and with the help of satellite imaging we have found that mars is home to a lot of underground frozen lakes of water. After observing the surface from the sky, we noticed shapes of river deltas, which is very interestin…

The Elementary Enigma

The cosmos is filled with unimaginable Phenomena!
The day an apple fell on a man's head, was the day when humans took a massive step into the world outside of our planet. Our curiosity helped us in finding the answers to the question, that made it possible for our technology to improve. Through the basic principles discovered by the great men of our time, physicists are trying to find answers to questions like, is time travel possible? Or Whether there exists another life in the universe?
For most of these questions, the answers are hard to find, but recent discoveries of some elementary elements of the space have ignited our interest in the cosmos.TachyonsThe idea of a tachyon is an idea that a tachyon can travel at a speed faster than light! But hey! Didn't Einstein prove it otherwise? Well, according to the theory of special relativity, as the speed of the object increases the mass of the object also increases. It gets multiplied by the Lorentz transformation factor, so in…