Friday, January 27, 2017

Now Hydrogen in metal form

Noarvard University scientists have successfully turned  hydrogen into a metal in a breakthrough, modern-day alchemy study.
The experiment, a collaboration between lead researcher Professor Isaac Silvera and Dr. Ranga Dias, reveals that this breakthrough action – if applicable in real life following additional steps in the study – has the potential to revolutionise various areas such as technology and space transport. The study has been published in research journal Science.
The newly-made metallic hydrogen can be observed via two diamonds, which were used to compress liquid hydrogen at sub-zero temperature. The pressure required to do so was staggering, considering its magnitude was more than that present at the Earth’s centre.
Professor Silvera commented, “It’s the first-ever sample of metallic hydrogen on Earth, so when you’re looking at it, you’re looking at something that’s never existed before,” Independent reported.
However, the next step in this process is to check whether the metallic hydrogen particle can survive normal temperature, which is a key factor in determining its future usage. Critics believe it will rot away once the pressure and temperature are regularised, yet research team hopes for it to retain itself in the current state.
In this regard, Professor Silvera said it needs to be gauged whether it will be “similar to the way diamonds form from graphite under intense heat and pressure, but remains a diamond when that pressure and heat is removed.”
The scientists are all driven to not lend their minds to doubts, but rather focus on actual experimentation to see if this alchemical discovery can be made use of.
Professor Silvera added that 15 percent of the total energy dissipates in “transmission, so if you could make wires from this material and use them in the electrical grid, it could change that story.”
Space exploration could gain a lot from this experiment should it pass the next trial. At the first stage, rockets can be placed in a space orbit with creation “of rocket fuel nearly four times more powerful than the best available today.”
On the other hand, computers can be transformed into ultra-fast machines, alongside “high-speed levitating trains and ultra-efficient vehicles” and processes that involve electric power.
The paper’s abstract mentions, “Producing metallic hydrogen has been a great challenge to condensed matter physics.” Regardless, it is key leap into the future despite uncertainty pertaining to the metallic hydrogen’s next study phase, since it has allowed scientists to confirm that alchemy is possible. Media agencies

Assam Brahmaputra Literary Festival

#Assam #BrahmaputraLiteraryFestival will see the participation of more than 150 authors from India and abroad
Assam joins the growing list of states hosting literary jamborees with the three-day Brahmaputra Literary Festival (BLF), which will see the participation
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‘Hind Ka Napak Ko Jawab-Lion Heart 2’

Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan launched the trailer of his upcoming film ‘Hind Ka Napak Ko Jawab-Lion Heart 2’ at a special event organized in Sirsa in front of 2.5 crore people with a  grand entry on a tank.
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan tied the knot of 250-300 people ‘Kul Ki Shadi’ on the stage and gave his blessings to them. Among them, one couple stands out to be a different with the role reversal where the groom left his family to stay at his bride’s maternal home. He made the whole crowd pledged to ‘say no to drugs and alcohol’ and supported ‘Naari Shakti’ where he even awarded the young girls from Haryana who did well in sports with a Diamond medal.
Censor board passed the film without any major cuts except the one having Narendra Modi’s character which has been chopped off. This time he did 42 spectacular roles in making the movie where as his daughter did 21 roles.
He said “I made a skin bank from the earnings of my last film and will be creating another bank called ‘Bone Bank’ with the profit earned from this movie”
Film is directed by Dr. MSG who is also the lead actor and Co- directed by Honeypreet Insan who also portrays important character in the film. The film will be releasing on 10th February 2017.

UN Young Changemakers Conclave

Ravi Shankar Prasad, Piyush Pandey and BYJU Ravindran to address the UN Young Changemakers Conclave
The United Nations Young Changemakers Conclave organized in collaboration with the UN Information Centre for India and Bhutan, is a platform for selected young leaders, entrepreneurs, students and professionals to engage with eminent experts from the field of politics, media, business, governance and the arts. Founded in 2011, over 6000 young Indians have attended from over 18000 applicants. We have had eminent speakers such as Mr. Suresh Prabhu, Railway Minister of India, Dr. Raghuram Rajan, Former Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Dr Shashi Tharoor,Member of Parliament and Mr. Leander Paes, world renowned tennis player in our earlier conclaves. For a complete list and more information, please visit
The theme for the 2017 Conclave is The Business of Change: Agenda 2030” and is scheduled for Saturday, 28th January 2017 at the Siri Fort Auditorium, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi. Through this dialogue, we would like to explore the collaborative role of business organizations, social enterprises and the government in enabling positive social impact with reference to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations. Other confirmed speakers include Speakers include KT Rama Rao (Minister of IT, Government of Telangana), BYJU Ravindran (Founder BYJUs), Piyush Pandey (Chairman, Ogilvy), Gaurav Gogoi (Member of Parliament), Sanvardeep Oberoi (The Bombay Hemp Company), Reema Nanavaty (Founder, Self Employed Womens Association), Facebook’s Ankhi Das, Indigo’s Aditya Ghosh, Quintillion Media’s Raghav Bahl, Muthoot’s Thomas John Muthoot and other 30+ leaders/thinkers/creators. A complete list can be found on
Date: January 28th 2017
Time: 2:00pm to 8:00pm (late entrants will be strictly refused admission due to security protocols)
Venue: The Siri Fort Auditorium
The Conclave will be attended by 2000 young changemakers, entrepreneurs, diplomats, students and leaders from the development sector.
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