What is Thinking -why it is important

What is Thinking -why it is important

In science, cognition is a group of mental processes that includes attention, memory, producing and understanding language, solving problems,Thinking and making decisions. Cognition is studied in various disciplines such as psychology, philosophy, linguistics, science and computer science. The term’s usage varies in different disciplines; for example in psychology and cognitive science, it usually refers to an information processing view of an individual’s psychological functions. It is also used in a branch of social psychology called social cognition to explain attitudes, attribution, and groups dynamics. There are various things people can…

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what is atoms and why they matter

what is atoms and why they matter

All matter that we see is made of tiny particles called atoms. A long time ago, Democritus thought of an entity that was indivisible, he called it the final stage of all matter. He imagined that what would he get if he keeps on cutting an item with a very sharp knife? Will there be an ending stage? He stated that yes there is an end and he named this an atom. So, according to Democritus, all things were made of tiny indivisible particles called atoms. According to him, one…

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unconscious brain can blow your mind

unconscious brain can blow your mind

A remarkable number of the world’s distinguished scientists and mathematicians have made their inventive discoveries or solved some scientific problems in mental states that do not seem to have been normal, verbalizing consciousness (normally associated with the dominant left brain). Dr Jonas Salk, the virologist who discovered the first vaccine against poliomyelitis says, ‘It is always with excitement that I wake up in the morning wondering what my intuition will toss up to me, like gifts from the sea. I work with it and rely on it. It’s my partner.’…

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Time to know what exactly motion is

Time to know what exactly motion is

A force is required to change how a body is moving – it can speed it up or slow it down in time. So why do objects move? The answer is inertia. Suppose that you are travelling in a car at 30 meters per second. Suddenly, brakes were applied and the car screeches and stops. You tend to fall forward. This is why there are airbags in your car to keep you safe. What if you were travelling at 90 meters per second and there were no airbags in your…

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All you need to know is mingling of molecules

All you need to know is mingling of molecules

If we were to go back to our convenient imaginary switchboard to turn off another law, we should find near the heat switches, and not far from the chemistry ones, a switch labeled SOLUTION. Suppose we turned it off: The fishes in the sea are among the first creatures to be surprised by our action. For instantly all the salt in the ocean drops to the bottom like so much sand, and most salt-water fishes soon perish in the fresh water. If some one is about to drink a cup…

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Amazing strange dwarf planet discovered in the solar system

Amazing strange dwarf planet discovered in the solar system

SCIENCE Will this newly discovered dwarf planet help astronomers find ‘Planet Nine’? Researchers hope techniques used to discover dwarf planet 2014 UZ224 will help find the enigmatic ‘Planet Nine.’ By Weston Williams, Staff OCTOBER 11, 2016 Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle/AP/FileView CaptionAbout video adsView Caption About 8.5 billion miles away from the center of the solar system, a small dwarf planet orbits our sun. Unknown and undetected for millennia, this planetary body, known as 2014 UZ224, is among the most distant objects in our solar system, more than twice as far…

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