Saturday, May 8, 2021

Alaina Ali Beg

Universe expanding differently in different directions, new study negates the basis of Big Bang Theory

It is true that Human’s mind once stretched by a new idea, it never regains its original dimension. Coupled with the vastness and connivance of Cosmos, there is absolutely nothing that can limit a Human imagination. Supposed beginning of Universe: Big...

Disposable Masks can release worst of toxins in water, unfolding a threat to Human and his Environment

Plastic pollution was already a greatest threat to our planet even before the coronavirus outbreak began. The ability of face masks to protect basic transmission of the disease has led to a sudden boom in its usage. Problem lies in its adequate...

DRC has won the war against Ebola for the 12th time, can we try something for Covid?

The World has been enveloped by bad news around since long: of failures, of deaths, of sufferings. Finally, there seems to be a news that does bring a glad tiding. Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has officially steered clear through...

Covid paired with Antimicrobial resistance(AMR) is another disaster in making; check it out before it hits

“COVID-19 has been likened to an X-ray, revealing fractures in the fragile skeleton of the societies we have built”, UNSG Antonio Guterres meant it right. We had our Experts shouting all along of a possible Pandemic yet we heard so...

An Undertaking by Companies v/s Environmental Clearance for projects: MOEFCC notifies a killer change

Covid has impacted our country not only in terms of loss of lives but livelihoods too. This falls a heavy imperative on the State apparatus to fix all that has gone wrong. But that again needs stress on its...

Climate Finance: Advocating the need to change Finance can finance the Change for Sustainable future

Climate change is an innate reality and the approach needed to stop it shall be systematic as well as dynamic. With increasing threats from ever-disturbed weather patterns and indirect afflictions on Human lives from its off-shoots like Covid, there is...

We can aim to limit Carbon emissions, but will that stop Global Warming?

Public sentiment has been the major driver all along in this fight for Climate Justice and appropriate Climate Action. But the more Climate Science has become clearer in these times, the more complexities lie for public and its authorities to...

Indian Cheetah may run the Indian grasslands again after 70 years; Is that a good cause?

Just a century earlier, the Asiatic cheetah were a common sight and roamed carelessly, all the way from Israel in Arabian Peninsula to Iran, Afghanistan and India till the very south of this Subcontinent. But the beauty of this majestic animal proved deadly and threatening to its very...

Billion years old water on Earth may help unravel the mystery of life on Earth and beyond

When Scientists on Earth are even willing to travel beyond Sun’s gravity and to the darkest unknown corners of the Universe, we have a gift flowing beneath Earth’s surface in this regard. We know that every planet holds a plethora...

Why can’t 99% of Marine waste be seen; Deep sea floor holding bigger secrets

Amongst the many overt and covert problems of Nature, we may have a problem that may have occurred to many but not really be taken care of by any. If Humans are to dump 8 million tons of plastic trash...

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I am a lover of all arts and therefore can dream myself in all places where the World takes me. I am an avid animal lover and firmly believes that Nature is the true sorcerer.
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