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    Thursday, October 8, 2020 6:32 PM 2 months ago

    ​​Why Tractor Tyers are filled with Water?The process is called water ballasting. We increase the weight on the rear tyres of the tractor to improve traction and minimise slippage. The other way to increase the weight in tyres is to attach fixed weights in the rear tyres but that can be costly as one has to buy those weights.This practice is commonly employed while pudding as wet land farming demands more traction.

    Thursday, October 8, 2020 10:49 AM 2 months ago

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    Thursday, October 8, 2020 7:06 AM 2 months ago

    ​​What is BiologicalGrid?The Biological General Repository for Interaction Datasets (BioGRID: is an open access database dedicated to the curation and archival storage of protein, genetic and chemical interactions for all major model organism species and humans. As of September 2018 (build 3.4.164), BioGRID contains records for 1 598 688 biological interactions manually annotated from 55 809 publications for 71 species, as classified by an updated set of controlled vocabularies for experimental detection methods. BioGRID also houses records for >700 000 post-translational modification sites. BioGRID now captures chemical interaction data, including chemical–protein interactions for human drug targets drawn from the DrugBank database and manually curated bioactive compounds reported in the literature. A new dedicated aspect of BioGRID annotates genome-wide CRISPR/Cas9-based screens that report gene–phenotype and gene–gene relationships. An extension of the BioGRID resource called the Open Repository for CRISPR Screens (ORCS) database ( currently contains over 500 genome-wide screens carried out in human or mouse cell lines. All data in BioGRID is made freely available without restriction, is directly downloadable in standard formats and can be readily incorporated into existing applications via our web service platforms. BioGRID data are also freely distributed through partner model organism databases and meta-databases.

    Wednesday, October 7, 2020 7:43 AM 2 months ago

    ​​What is Carbon Footprint?A carbon footprint is defined as: The total amount of greenhouse gases produced to directly and indirectly support human activities, usually expressed in equivalent tons of carbon dioxide (CO2).Typically, a carbon footprint is calculated by estimating not just the CO2 emissions that the activity in question causes, but also any emissions of other greenhouse gases (such as methane and nitrous oxide) and in some cases other types of climate impacts as well, such as vapour trails from aeroplanes.

    Sunday, October 4, 2020 5:03 AM 2 months ago

    ​​What is Cotard’s Syndrome?Cotard’s syndrome is a relatively rare condition that was first described by Dr. Jules Cotard in 1882. Cotard’s syndrome comprises any one of a series of delusions that range from a belief that one has lost organs, blood, or body parts to insisting that one has lost one's soul or is dead. This relatively rare syndrome exists in patients with depression, schizophrenia and psychotic disorder caused by a general medical condition, and it is often associated with dementia.

    Friday, October 2, 2020 2:15 PM 2 months ago

    ​​​​Whatis Pulse Oximeter? How does it work?Pulse Oximeter is a non-invasive and painless test that measures your oxygen saturation level, or the oxygen levels in your blood. It can rapidly detect even small changes in how efficiently oxygen is being carried to the extremities furthest from the heart, including the legs and the arms.The Pulse Oximeter is a small, clip-like device that attaches to a body part, like toes or an earlobe. It’s most commonly put on a finger, and it’s often used in a critical care setting like emergency rooms or hospitals. Some doctors, such as Pulmonologists, may use it in office. All pulse oximeter probes (finger or ear) have light emitting diodes (LEDs) which shine two types of red light through the tissue. The sensor on the other side of the tissue picks up the light that is
    transferred through the tissues.
    The oximeter can determine which of the haemoglobin is in pulsatile blood (arterial) and can then determine the SpO2 of arterial blood in the peripheral circulation.

    Thursday, October 1, 2020 1:24 AM 2 months ago

    ​​What is Candlestick pattern?In technical analysis, a Candlestick pattern is a movement in prices shown graphically on a Candlestick chart that some believe can predict a particular market movement. Candlesticks are graphical representations of price movements for a given period of time. They are commonly formed by the opening, high, low, and closing prices of a financial instrument. The recognition of the pattern is subjective and programs that are used for charting have to rely on predefined rules to match the pattern. There are 42 recognised patterns that can be split into simple and complex patterns.

    Tuesday, September 29, 2020 12:47 AM 2 months ago

    ​​What is Relay Cropping?Relay cropping is essentially a special version of double cropping, where the second crop is planted into the first crop before harvest, rather than waiting until after harvest as in true double-cropping. In this way, both crops share a portion of the growing season, increasing solar radiation and heat available to each.Relay cropping may solve a number of conflicts such as inefficient use of available Resources, controversies in sowing time, Fertilizer application and Soil degradation.

    Saturday, September 26, 2020 1:29 AM 2 months ago

    ​​What is NarcoSynthesis?In the post-World War II era, the technique of narcosynthesis (as it was later called) was developed by psychiatrists as a means of treating patients who suffered from posttraumatic stress disorder. Narcosynthesis — also called sodium amytal interview, amobarbital interview, or amytal interview — uses a technique of free association as well as dream and transference material during the session as a basis for uncovering relevant topics for later therapeutic discussion.

    Thursday, September 24, 2020 2:51 PM 2 months ago

    ​​Why Sand Is Thrown On The Tracks Covered With Snow?If the tracks are covered with snow then there is a substantial reduction in frictional force between the track and the train wheels or vehicle tyres and road which corresponds to the train being skidded. Therefore driving is not safe. If sand is thrown on the snow-covered tracks or roads the friction force increases so that safe driving is achievable.

    Tuesday, September 22, 2020 3:48 PM 2 months ago

    ​​What is Cloud Burst?Cloudburst, a sudden, very heavy rainfall, usually local in nature and of brief duration. Most so-called cloudbursts occur in connection with thunderstorms. In these storms there are violent uprushes of air, which at times prevent the condensing raindrops from falling to the ground. A large amount of water may thus accumulate at high levels, and if the upward currents are weakened the whole of this water falls at one time.Cloudbursts are especially common in mountainous areas. This is probably because the warm air currents of a thunderstorm tend to follow the upward slope of a mountain. The effects of heavy rain are especially striking on mountain slopes because the falling water is concentrated in valleys and gulleys. Mountain cloudbursts cause sudden and destructive floods. The intensity of rainfall in the most severe cloudbursts can only be conjectured.

    Monday, September 21, 2020 12:55 AM 2 months ago

    ​​What is the difference between White Sugar and Brown Sugar?Given that white and brown sugar originate from the same crops — either the sugarcane or sugar beet plant — they are quite similar.In fact, most brown sugar is a mixture of white sugar and molasses, which is a type of sugar-derived syrup. Molasses is responsible for its darker color and slightly increases its nutritional value.
    The most notable nutritional difference between the two is that brown sugar has slightly higher calcium, iron, and potassium contents.
    That said, the amounts of these minerals in brown sugar are insignificant, so it’s not a good source of any vitamins or minerals.
    Brown sugar also contains slightly fewer calories than white sugar, yet the difference is minimal. One teaspoon (4 grams) of brown sugar provides 15 calories, while the same amount of white sugar has 16.3 calories.
    Aside from these minor differences, they are nutritionally similar. Their main differences are their taste and color.
    First, the sugary juice from both crops is extracted, purified, and heated to form a brown, concentrated syrup called molasses.
    Next, the crystallized sugar is centrifuged to produce sugar crystals. A centrifuge is a machine that spins extremely fast to separate sugar crystals from molasses.
    White sugar is then further processed to remove any excess molasses and create smaller crystals. Subsequently, it’s run through a filtration system that’s often made with bone char, or crushed animal bones, to form white sugar.
    Refined brown sugar is simply white sugar that has had molasses added back into it. Meanwhile, whole, unrefined brown sugar undergoes less processing than white sugar, allowing it to retain some of its molasses content and natural brown color.

    Saturday, September 19, 2020 1:46 AM 2 months ago

    ​​What is P-300 Test?When the brain recognises a person or a sound, it generates a particular type of electric wave, which is called a P300.Sensors are attached to the head of a person undergoing a P300 test and the subject is seated before a computer monitor. He is then shown certain images or made to hear certain sounds. The sensors monitor electrical activity in the brain and register P300 waves, which are generated only if the subject has some connection with the stimulus, in this case pictures or sounds.
    The subject is not asked any question.
    These test are used by investigators to cross check their findings, determine if a suspect is telling the truth or make him reveal facts pertaining to a case.

    Thursday, September 17, 2020 2:09 AM 2 months ago

    ​​What is "What3Words" or Three word addressing system?What3Words is a service that divides the globe into something like 3 trillion 3 meter by 3 meter squares, and gives each of those squares a natural-language, three-word moniker, e.g., "apple bicycle road".Let's say, for example, that you wanted to find the three word address for the crooks who reside at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, DC USA.  Here it is: strong.pitch.volunteered .  The three word address is "strong.pitch.volunteered".  If you're from, say, Tokyo, and you're not familiar with American addressing systems, those three words make more sense to you than does "1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, DC USA."  This three word addressing system becomes even more useful if you're trying to identify a precise area of an "unaddressed" area such as in the middle of the Amazon, or Borneo, or interior Antarctica, etc.

    Tuesday, September 15, 2020 12:35 PM 2 months ago

    ​​What is Narco Test?A person is able to lie by using his imagination. In the Narco Analysis Test, the subject's imagination is neutralised by making him semi-conscious. In this state, it becomes difficult for him to lie and his answers would be restricted to facts he is already aware of.Experts inject the subject with Sodium Pentothal or Sodium Amytal. The dose is dependent on the person's sex, age, health and physical condition. A wrong dose can result in a person going into a coma, or even death.
    The subject is not in a position to speak up on his own but can answer specific but simple questions. The answers are believed to be spontaneous as a semi-conscious person is unable to manipulate the answers.

    Sunday, September 13, 2020 4:10 PM 2 months ago

    ​​What is Ransomware?Ransomware is malware that locks your keyboard or computer to prevent you from accessing your data until you pay a ransom, usually demanded in Bitcoin. The digital extortion racket is not new---it’s been around since about 2005, but attackers have greatly improved on the scheme with the development of ransom cryptware, which encrypts your files using a private key that only the attacker possesses, instead of simply locking your keyboard or computer. Most recently, a global cyberattack spread ransomware to countless computers over 150 countries.

    Friday, September 11, 2020 5:13 PM 3 months ago

    ​​What is Smelting and how it is done?Smelting is the process of extracting a metal (like tin or copper) from its ore. Most ores are a chemical compound of metal with other elements, like or oxygen sulphur. For example, zinc is more reactive than copper so it has to be extracted by smelting.Smelting is a process of applying heat to ore in order to extract a base metal. It is a form of extractive metallurgy. Smelting uses heat and a chemical reducing agent to decompose the ore, driving off other elements as gases or slag and leaving the metal base behind.

    Wednesday, September 9, 2020 5:39 PM 3 months ago

    ​​Can Fingerprints change over time?The Fingerprints grow larger as the person grows (from infancy to adulthood), but the basic shape and pattern does not change with time. This means that Fingerprints do not change with time. As aforementioned, the size of a Fingerprint increases as the person grows older, but the patterns stay the same.You can scar your Fingerprints with a cut, or temporarily lose them through abrasion, acid or certain skin conditions, but Fingerprints lost in this way will grow back within a month. ... This doesn't change your Fingerprint but it's harder to scan or take a print from it.

    Wednesday, September 9, 2020 6:53 AM 3 months ago

    ​​What are Eye Floaters a sign of?Eye Floaters are caused by the normal aging process or as a result from other diseases or conditions: Age-related Eye changes. As you age, the vitreous, or jelly-like substance filling your eyeballs and helping them to maintain their round shape changes.A Vitrectomy is an invasive surgery that can remove Eye Floaters from your line of Vision. Within this procedure, your Eye Doctor will remove the vitreous through a small incision. The vitreous is a clear, gel-like substance that keeps the shape of your eye round.

    Monday, September 7, 2020 10:45 AM 3 months ago

    ​​How does Speedometer work?The Speedometer Cable, powered by the Driveshaft, turns as well. The cable spins a Magnet around at the same speed inside the speed cup. The Magnet rotates continually in the same direction (in this case, counter-clockwise). As the speed cup turns, it turns the pointer up the dial, indicating the Vehicle's speed.The Odometer shows the distance your vehicle has travelled, while the Speedometer show how fast your vehicle is going.


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