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Biological Control of "Grubs" discovered in Nepal

Posted by Rohan Baidya on December 31, 2010 at 3:18 PM Comments comments (0)

Interpreted from: A National Daily

November. 2010

Main Story:

After a long investigation and experimentation, it is now said by the group of scientist from Regional Agro-Research Center at Dhankuta, under the charge of Nepal Agro-Research Organization, have found a new way of dealing with the insecticide restraint pest named "Chafers Grub", which is the larv...

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Easiest way to get the Electronic Configuration

Posted by Rohan Baidya on November 6, 2009 at 8:54 AM Comments comments (1)

We've learned the Afbau's principle but, for some who don't get it, this one may just come to be relevant.


Common for all, these are the capacity of every sub-shell:
{(no. of electron) on (sub-shell) [Acronym stood - as found on a search]}

  • 2 on s (spindle / sharp / spherical),
  • 6 on p (principal / peripheral),
  • ...
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Posted by Rohan Baidya on October 9, 2009 at 12:03 PM Comments comments (1)

It all commenced with gentle touch,

falling down in grace, from the sky.

Pitter-Patter it dropped down such,

as I looked, it splashed my eye!

I wonder where you come from,

Oh! you little adored drop of rain.

Endlessly to me you often come,

flowing down to my window pane.

Retards the time, as the day goes pale

as the show revokes with enthusiasum.

Sometimes hammers the massive hail,


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Posted by Rohan Baidya on July 30, 2009 at 3:21 AM Comments comments (1)

Struggling the way worst, and through all the terrains.

Come from plains to hills, and surround the mountains.

It's a marvel, a beauty, of our one and only nature.

But as a traveler to a destiny, moves on to adventure.


It sets sail on the deep, and vast blue apex.

Some shape lenticular, while some like helix.

Some look irregular, while some with hoods.

Some over meadows, while some cover woods.

It zaps a flash, and roars...

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What's the color of the sun?

Posted by Rohan Baidya on June 1, 2009 at 12:30 AM Comments comments (2)

The quesion may seem pretty easy to answer as it looks but it has some profound mystries.


I know a lot either say, Yellow or White, Red or Orange. I would probably say, "Greenish - Blue". This may look unusual, and it is unusual. It is that, if you answer it Yellow, or white or any of them, people think that you are normal but speaking of "green or blue" make people tug their hair.


As you can ha...

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Posted by Rohan Baidya on April 7, 2009 at 11:19 AM Comments comments (0)

A general notion :

Auroras are the vividly colored curtain of light seen at the polar skies.


Named after the "Roman Godess of Dawn" - "Aurora"
North Pole, they're named: "Aurora Borealis" ("Boreas" - Greek name for North Wind)
South Pole, they're named: "Aurora Australis" ("Australis" - Latin name for "South")

How are they formed?

Time of their display is speci...

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