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Milestone in History of Science Through Unknown Spirit

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Dreaming novel ideas and commercialization have enrouted science and technology as savior of world. There are certain critical issues like finding sustainable and safe sources of energy to run vehicles on roads, aero planes to fly high in sky, tractors to plough fields and machines to make sky high buildings. Energy saving is energy production could be moved forward by transformation technology to save energy and to do work. in 16th century science took a turn to develop new fundamentals and 17th to 18th century concept of commercialization of science ideas was put forward and in 19th century was at centre stage. In 20th and now in 21th century an impasse has come to focus and sustain life on earth by completely overhauling daily use technology, may be in fields, kitchen, industry or in education and R & D centers.

The topic itself induces spark and works like a current to be flown between two extremities or separate bodies. However an abstract thing which causes an effect and put another body on spark is most fascinating and fabulous scientific extremities. It needs lively spirit, mechanism, several combinations and permutations to flow a stream of new spiritual force that take you to a positive side of growth and keeps away from destructive approach. For example, the train moves from one to subsequently other platforms. From outside worlds, it seems to be an ordinary phenomenon as a moving object or a machine which keeps running for infinite time and does not generate energy and control self. In a way, it could be extracted that a self controlling process is in position to flow a healthy and positive energy. It has interesting basic science where a high level of spiritual power works well. Though currently it works well but before year 1776, there were no engine run trains. Thus wisdom prevailed and a thinking energy was flown in mind of scientists to streamline a spiritually thoughtful energy into productive scientific machine. Exactly, in Germany, in as early as 1550, the roads of rails noted as Wagonways were being used which were primitive railed roads and consisted of wooden rails over which horse-drawn wagons or carts moved with greater ease than over dirt roads.

Hence the wagonways were the beginnings of modern railroads and by year 1776, the iron had replaced the wood in the rails and wheels on the carts. The wagonways evolved into Tramways and spread though out Europe but the horses still provided all the pulling power. In 1789, Englishman, William Jessup designed a 1st wagons with flanged wheels where the flange was a groove that allowed the wheels to better grip the rail. This was an important design that carried over to later locomotives. The invention of the steam engine was critical to the invention of the modern railroad and trains. In 1803, a man named Samuel Homfray decided to fund the development of a steam-powered vehicle to replace the horse-drawn carts on the tramways. Interestingly it took lively turn to modernize the railroads and James Watt was force behind this critical change. This change was not made by machine but a vision of a scientist and a thinker was involved, and James Watt who was of humble lineage, born in Greenock, Scotland on January 19, 1736, initiated remarkable and revolutionary steps for developing steam engine to replace horses. Greenock was then a little Scotch fishing village that became a busy town with a fleet of steamships during Watt’s lifetime. James, a village boy used to travel by horse cart to nearby town in search of doing some work as source of the livelihood. 

Surprisingly many used to travel along him but none than him gave a thought to a misery of the horses. The horse cart owner used to hit hard the horse with whip and horse used to run faster after each whip. The whipping was hurting the horse and the event was noticed by the James and he took seriously influenced him. And he decided to develop some vehicle or cart which does not run by the horse. He gave a thought that power of the horse in place of engine was used to run the cart. This gave him a spirit of thinking that the source of energy is only paradigm of this science to run the cart. Thus a silent dialogue was initiated in human mind and positive outcome of the same. This though reached to deep to his mind of the young James. All the time he used to think in search of finding a appropriate solution of this tangle.  He put his mind on wind which has also energy but putting it for similar use or to motion was difficult as how to control and how to deal with huge pressure of the wind was tedious and not very clicking to him.

One day he saw that a lid of a tea making kettle where water was boiling, was being pushed up. He analyzed that steam has potential which was pushing the lid up again and again. In those days, there was no gas and dried woods were used to burn for liberating heat energy for cooking the food. The event of pushing a lid up gave a strong jolt to James mind and he decided to use the vapors or the water steam energy to run the cart rather than horse. Later on the same was converted into railway steam engine which runs the train successfully. Thus his positive spirit led him to develop an asset to solve the problem of the society and if the same energy goes to negative side then it is bound to destroy the systems rather than making a steam engine.

His analysis of this event is a land marking as many used to travel by horse cart along James but no one gave a mind to attend the pains of the horse hit by the whip master. It does not mean that James had the vision as he was so young but he had something extra than others. Probably it seems that some natural spirituality was in him who acted as a strong stinct to influence the mind of the James Watt and as a result, he started thinking on this problem.

Ultimately made scientific path/track to resolve problems of the society to commute from one place to another with all comforts. Healthy, straightforward, purest and devoted minds hold the novel ideas with highest spiritual power to have constructive approach. However, it is not so easy to execute the ideas as this path requires scarification, serious pains and risk to take the novel ideas to an operative part as a success story. I have personally realized and experienced that some extraordinary fire to do something new and novel is the only force survives in a hundred spiritual and motivated minds. In a way, the spiritual minds are those minds which hold the novel ideas and capability to distinguish right and wrong, and can see the farsighted vision. I have invented Survismeter which is patented with Singapore Govt. with patent no.126089 and Indian patent no. 232429, have undergone a real wrecking and destroying situations which very frequently and repeatedly become dominant part of a struggle but only visionary and spiritual mind is in position to avoid havocs to happen.

Many times the struggler reaches on a decision to suicide but notably the most positive spirit comes from somewhere to create hopes in never ending struggle. And after many twists and turns the hopes revives, otherwise, a just fall to ditch situation closely follows for certain period of time but when struggler is highly confident and keep sail and sail, and nothing doing except this single minded devotion. Probably such critical moments in history of unprecedented struggle in a life of inventors to search something novel like Survismeter and Visionmeter, have originated a concept of spirituality in minds of thinkers and writers who watch and witness the historic struggle with unbearable torches for “Do or Die” situation.

But a fire to do something and determination deter with highest zeal and spirit revives highest hopes then the clouds of troubles and helpless started to shed away. Thus inventors who dare to add new chapters in Science and Technology can understand the real meaning of the milestone in history of science through highest level spirit. For example,Galileo, physicist, faced the greatest challenged of his survival for making his research public.

Thus the person who faces agony of the struggle can taste and tell the real meaning of the spirituality which becomes a powerful tool to give courage for survival and sustain. Probably here, “Survival of the fittest” is not exemplified as it is near modifications for pure survival but with those who set examples is zeal to “Create Everything Despite All Odds”. Thus the zeal is an extraordinary power which has a direct circuitry connection with absolute power which is God. This holds a hero not to side track at any moment of the frustration, disappointments, negative criticism of the people, and torches of the people. Such connection inspires to “Do and Face All Odds” under adversities. Therefore, it seems that strong proximities are required to “Scientific and Spiritualities” and to do an ultimate reality when construct object or path is established under all eventualities.  

Conclusion: The Survismeter has been a success science story noted as milestone in science and technology. Such developments hilariously aware and develop hopes in our young generation for not to divert to, to unwanted charismatic models but restrict to a realistic and novel ways of living life with honor and peace. In this context the industrial feasibility of novel ideas is creating the finest peer-reviewed research materials in the fields of synthesis of science and spirituality on the basis of its originality, substance, aptness, and conclusiveness. Truly pursuance such topics are of high interests for ultimate goal.  Thus the survismeter is playing positive and key role for nation building.

 

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The Science Museum: not Just a Tourist Hotspot

Sir William Bragg, the eminent physicist, once stated, “The important thing in science is not so much to obtain new facts as to discover new ways of thinking about them.” The profundity and truthfulness of this statement seems nowhere more relevant than in the National Science Museum in London – one of the country’s most loved historical institutions. As part of the National Museum of Science and Industry, the Science Museum is more than a tourist attraction for London’s many visitors: it preserves some of the world’s most impressive scientific artefacts, while constantly showcasing new talent and the latest in scientific innovations from across the globe.

The Science Museum first opened in 1857 from the collection of the Royal Society of Arts, as well as surplus items from the Great Exhibition of 1851 to promote the achievements of science and technology. Initially created as part of the South Kensington Museum, the museum went through several incarnations before being officially titled the Science Museum in 1885.

Today, the Science Museum holds over 300,000 exhibits. Its most famous items include Stevenson’s Rocket, an early steam locomotive built by George Stevenson in 1829, James Watson’s model of DNA and Charles Babbage’s Difference engine, a special-purpose mechanical digital calculator. The Museum itself is made up of a series of permanent and temporary galleries, including ‘Space’, a historical gallery that tells the story of human space exploration, ‘Flight’, which contains a number of aeroplanes and helicopters, and ‘Making the Modern World’, a new gallery which houses some of the museums’ most iconic collections.

Since December 2001, the museum has been free to all visitors, and is therefore a popular attraction for families in Britain. In fact, the Science Museum also organises “Science Night” – described as an “all-night extravaganza with a scientific twist”. On these evenings, up to 380 children aged between 8 and 11 are allowed to spend an evening in the museum performing enjoyable, science-based activities before being allowed to spend the night among the exhibits. In the morning, the participating children can awake to breakfast in the museum, more scientific-based fun and an IMAX film – an altogether unforgettable scientific experience!

But the Science Museum doesn’t simply provide a place for children to learn and play amongst some of the world’s most important scientific developments: it also opens up forums for controversial scientific debate. The Dana Centre, a groundbreaking urban bar and café, was opened in 2003 in an annex to the Museum, and is currently the UK’s only dedicated scientific discussion venue for adults.

As an integral part of the National Museum of Science and Industry (which includes York’s National Railway Museum and the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television in Bradford), the Science Museum plays a crucial part in the scientific education of much of Britain’s population.

If you’re hoping to visit the Science Museum, you’re sure to find a range of London hotels located in South Kensington through a variety of online travel sites. So choose to spend a day – or a night – in the Science Museum, not just because it provides fun for children and adults alike but because, as an institution of scientific progress and learning, it’s virtually unparalleled.

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