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Earth’s Weakening Magnetic Field

The magnetic field of planet earth is weakening at present according to reports published by the European Space Agency’s SWARM mission. The earth’s core comprises molten iron and nickel. This rotating, convecting, and electrically conducting fluid produces a magnetic field that extends into space, according to the dynamo theory. Earth’s magnetic field shields us from cosmic rays and harmful solar particles. The weakening of earth’s magnetic field may affect this shielding process to some extent. It may also cause technical problems in spacecrafts and satellites passing over the South Atlantic Anomaly, an area where the earth’s inner Van Allen radiation belt comes closest to the earth’s surface, dipping down to an altitude of 200 kilometres (120 miles). Keep checking ESA’s webpage for further updates on this and be the first to share this video with your network.

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CDC Guidelines for Reopening U.S. Schools

Check out the CDC Guidelines for U.S. School Reopenings.

Video transcript:

1. Please check the CDC school reopening link (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/schools.html) for authentic updates.

2. CDC identifies low, medium, and high-risk groups.

3. Sick employees/students to stay home without fear of reprisal.

4. Employees/students who have been in contact with an affected person to stay home without fear of reprisal.

5. Schools to check CDC’s return to work policies for patients.

6. School assessment not to be based on absenteeism.

7. Schools to offer virtual learning/telework options.

8. Schools to teach/reinforce handwashing with soap and water for at least 20 s.

9. Sanitizers used by staff/older children MUST contain at least 60% alcohol.

10. Schools to ensure hygiene adherence among students and staff.

11. Students/staff MUST cover coughs/sneezes with a tissue.

12. Used tissue to be trashed; hands to be cleaned with soap + water (or sanitizer) for at least 20 s.

13. Face coverings to be worn by staff/students (particularly older students), as feasible.

14. Face coverings MOST essential when physical distancing is difficult.

15. Students/staff to be asked to NOT touch their face.

16. Schools to share information on how to use, remove, and wash cloth face coverings.

17. Cloth face coverings NOT for kids below 2 years.

18. Cloth face coverings NOT for anyone who has trouble breathing or is unconscious.

19. Cloth face coverings NOT for anyone who is incapacitated.

20. Cloth face coverings NOT for those who’re unable to remove them without help.

21. Schools to stock adequate hygiene-related supplies.

22. No-touch/foot-pedal trash cans a MUST.

23. Schools MUST post signs in highly visible locations.

24. Schools MUST broadcast regular announcements on reducing the spread of the virus on PA systems.

25. Schools to post videos on social media handles for educating students/staff.

26. Schools to access FREE print/digital resources from CDC’s communications resources main page.

27. Schools to clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces.

28. Schools to clean and disinfect all school buses.

29. Schools to develop a schedule for increased routine cleaning and disinfection.

30. Schools to use/store cleaning products responsibly.

31. Schools to discourage sharing of items that are difficult to clean/disinfect.

32. Schools to minimize the use of shared objects.

33. Schools to ensure proper air ventilation.

34. Schools to disinfect water fountains and storage systems carefully.

35. Schools to encourage ALL to carry their own water bottles.

36. Schools to space seating/desks at least 6 feet apart when feasible.

37. Schools to turn desks to face in the same direction OR have students sit on only one side of tables, spaced apart.

38. Schools to practice social distancing on school buses.

39. Schools to install physical barriers such as sneeze guards/partitions at reception desks, inside bathrooms, etc.

40. Schools to provide physical guides such as floor tapes/wall signs and create one way routes.

41. Schools to avoid the use of communal space (playgrounds, dining halls, etc.).

42. Schools to ask children to bring in their own meals.

43. Schools to opt for pre-packed lunch boxes.

44. Schools to avoid sharing/buffets.

45. Schools to use disposable food service items.

46. Schools to protect the privacy of people at high risk for severe illness.

47. Schools to avoid conducting events (gatherings, trips, sports activities, etc.) and ensure perfect compliance with the related policies.

48. Schools to opt for online activities as much as possible.

49. Schools to ensure static groupings; limit mixing between groups.

50. Schools to discourage unnecessary visitors.

51. Schools to stagger pick-ups, drop-offs, and shifts.

52. Schools to designate a single point of contact for your school for easy reach.

53. School staff to participate in community response efforts, as feasible.

54. Schools MUST ask students/staff to self-report in case of an infection.

55. Schools to notify ALL about school closures/restrictions.

56. Schools to revise leave policies.

57. Schools to draft a plan of action for back-up staffing.

58. Schools to conduct online safety training for staff.

59. Schools to conduct safe daily health checks in accordance with the local regulations.

60. Schools to ensure compliance by organizations that share school facilities.

61. Schools to ensure the mental wellness of all students/staff members.

62. Schools to check the CDC school reopening guidelines for the plan of action if someone gets sick.

63. For a detailed list, all schools MUST visit the CDC school reopening webpage.

64. Please check the CDC school reopening link below for guidelines/updates.

65. #Staysafe dear school staff and students!

Authentic CDC School Reopening Guidelines: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/schools.html

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Sun Lockdown in 2020?

Is the Sun going into a lockdown? It is, according to astronomer Dr. Tony Phillips. Make sure you check out the link in the description below. But then, does it mean that we will be seeing lots of famines, droughts, and freezing temperatures? Do we need to start worrying? Is it going to snow heavily during the summer? No, not really! NASA has not made any official announcement as of now. So what exactly is happening on the surface of the Sun? Well, let’s go over it real quick. Dr. Tony Phillips, a professional astronomer, has pointed out that the sun’s magnetic field has decreased in strength, which means that more cosmic rays will be entering the solar system. This can adversely affect the electrochemistry of the earth’s upper atmosphere and it poses a huge health risk to astronomers. The number of sunspots has decreased dramatically in the year 2020. But there’s really nothing to worry about, according to NASA. This happening is not new at all, and no, the world is definitely NOT ending. We are basically heading towards a minimum in the 11-year solar cycle. At the most, what will happen is that the decrease in temperature will simply offset the increase caused by human activity in recent years. So don’t worry guys, the Sun is not going on a lockdown anytime soon. So relax, exercise, sleep well, eat well, and #staysafe. See you later.

Link: https://science.nasa.gov/science-news/news-articles/solar-minimum-is-coming

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Top 10 Tips for Journal Selection

Make sure you visit scimagojr.com today to find out the h-index and SJR of your target journal. Avoid publishing in low-h-index journals. Clarivate impact factors are also useful, but you need to pay for accessing these numbers. Choose your journal wisely. If your research is interesting but not groundbreaking, publish it in a decent journal. If it’s groundbreaking, then aim for high-h-index or high-Clarivate-impact-factor journals. Find out if you need to pay upfront for getting your paper published. Open access journals make the authors pay, whereas subscription-based journals make the readers or libraries pay. Check the editorial policies to identify inclusions and clear exclusions. Are there any topics that are considered unacceptable? Identify your journal’s target audience. Is the journal available to English-speaking readers? Is it mostly accessed by readers from a particular geography? These critical questions need to be answered during your journal search. Make sure you also check the author guidelines. Are there any prescribed word count limits or charges for publishing colored figures? Visit LinkedIn or ResearchGate to find out more about the academic reputation of your target journal’s peer reviewers. Is the peer review process single-blind or is it double-blind? Check the submission and publication dates of some recent papers published in your target journal. This will give you a fair idea about the overall publication timeline. Is the journal a general-purpose journal, is it too broad and non-specific or does it cater to the needs of a select audience? For example, does it only publish research related to protein structures and protein interactions or does it cover other topics too? Lastly, what is the publication frequency? In other words, how long would you have to wait to see your accepted publication? Journal selection is a fairly easy process. If you follow these tips, you will be able to identify a good journal for your publishing needs within no time. All the best!

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Top 21 Resume Tips for Interview Success

Applying for a job? Then make sure check out these fantastic CV/resume tips.

Video transcript:

1. Double check your contact details.

2. Align resume with the job description.

3. Use good fonts such as Calibri (avoid using funny fonts such as Comic Sans).

4. Avoid including photos, gender, or anything silly.

5. Use action verbs (created, boosted, published, etc.)

6. Avoid overused terms (e.g., “team player”).

7. Avoid flowery language (e.g., “amazing leader”)

8. Throw in numbers to highlight achievements.

9. Format smartly (e.g., use periods or don’t use them but don’t do both!).

10. Include hard skills and demonstrate soft skills.

11. Market yourself well by using actual examples.

12. Use the reverse chronological order.

13. Be active on LinkedIn and include your profile link.

14. Refer to some professional-looking resume/CV templates.

15. Use your full name to name your .pdf file.

16. Use big names (e.g., interned at Google) wherever possible.

17. Use the right set of industry-specific keywords.

18. Use the top 33% of your resume diligently.

19. Keep updating your resume from time to time.

20. Use ATS-friendly section headings (ATS: applicant tracking system).

21. Hire a technical editor or use platforms/software programs such as Grammarly for proofreading.

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60 Minute Relaxation & Meditation Music

Trying to sleep, relax, meditate, study, heel, get de-stressed, or fix insomnia? Then you MUST listen to this meditation music. It is 60 minutes long and also includes waterfall sound. Need deep sleep? Yup, we have got you covered. Feeling stressed? This music can calm you down. Our relaxing meditation music can also help you focus on your studies, if you are preparing for your exams. and job interviews. Need some motivation? Listening to this relaxing music can motivate you to a significant extent and can also help you gain confidence. According to multiple research studies, good music can help us reduce or eliminate stress. So go ahead and listen to our meditation music. Make sure you like, comment, and subscribe. Do share this video with your network on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.

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Scientific report on a likely Coronavirus drug

Is it possible to slow it down? German researchers think it’s entirely possible. A key enzyme facilitates its entry into lung cells; so targeting this enzyme could be the way to go ahead.

Original research published here: https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0092867420302294

Top 10 coronavirus-related health tips:

1. Always cut your nails and keep your hands clean either by washing them or by applying a sanitizer containing at least 70% ethanol.

2. Avoid crowded areas as much as possible to reduce the risk of infection.

3. Wear protective masks as and when required.

4. Maintain excellent personal hygiene.

5. Avoid touching your face with your hands.

6. Sneeze responsibly (and into a disposable tissue).

7. Remain at home if you think you are having a viral infection. Avoid going to college/work when you are having an infection.

8. Consult your primary care physician immediately if you suspect a viral infection.

9. Avoid unnecessary travel (locally and internationally).

10. Keep visiting authentic websites such as sciencedaily.com for the latest research updates.

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How to Earn Money with “How to” Videos

YouTube is currently the world’s second largest search engine (next only to Google!). People regularly visit YouTube to get authentic “How To” tips on a variety of topics. So if you are planning to make some Google Adsense money from your high-quality “How To” videos, then you must make it a point to do a lot of research first, before recording your first video demo/tutorial/whiteboard animation. Avoid boring your viewers with stuff that everybody knows. To attract viewers instantly, present something novel and sexy. Be their mentor and identify the most common problems first. Then, share some mind-boggling solutions based on your legitimate research. Simplify complicated stuff for your target audience. Present Insider’s tips based on your specialized knowledge. To ensure viewer engagement, present at a slightly faster pace. Show some really engaging demos, screen recordings, whiteboard animations, tutorials, etc. Make sure you communicate the core concepts really well. Ideally, you should talk to your viewers directly. But wherever appropriate, you may just show visuals and add some audio. Enjoy delivering your first “How To” video on YouTube. Make sure you like, comment, and subscribe.

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How to Get a Glowing & Beautiful Skin

Desire a glowing, healthy, and beautiful skin? Follow these research-based tips and start seeing the results soon.

  • Consume extra virgin (cold-pressed) olive oil (it has lots of anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds) and apply it to your skin too. Consume mercury-free fish oil as well.
  • Eat fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins, minerals (zinc, selenium, copper, etc.), proteins, and carotenoids and stop eating those burgers and French fries!
  • Consume almonds (बादाम), flax seeds, sunflower seeds, avacados (Akshay Kumar loves avacados by the way!), and other foods rich in Vitamin E and healthy fats.
  • Drink enough water instead of Pepsi or Coke to keep your skin hydrated.
  • Apply an organic face cream. Use Aloe Vera too! Do not use non-organic creams that are (sometimes) full of cancer-causing chemicals.
  • Exercise daily. People who exercise daily have good skin and they look young. Look at all the movie stars. They go to the gym every single day!
  • Sleep well and avoid getting stressed out. If you do not sleep well or get stressed out, it can affect your skin.
  • Avoid eating junk foods, sugary foods, and foods with low nutrition. People who regularly eat घर का खाना, have a really beautiful skin!
  • Eat fruits rich in vitamin C. Vitamin C boosts collagen production.
  • Drink green tea. It has lots of antioxidants!
  • People hate eating broccoli, but it is actually good for your skin as it contains lots of vitamins and minerals that are good for your skin.

But most importantly, you need to do ALL OF THE ABOVE and not just pick 1 or 2 tips from the above list.

Special tip: According to a Harvard Medical School blog, foods rich in Vitamin E not only make our skin beautiful, but also protect us from various cancers by reducing the number of free radicals present in our body.

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Top 10 Interview Tips for Job Applicants

Looking for a job? Need help with campus placement? Preparing for your interview? Check out these video-based tips today.

Video transcript:

  1. Open a LinkedIn account and start posting smart content. Do some research before posting anything, otherwise you may end up looking stupid. On LinkedIn, engage with posts and articles related to your field.
  2. Engage and network with industry professionals on LinkedIn. Just don’t bug or annoy them. For example, Anthony James posts a lot of fantastic invention-related updates. Keep checking them and add intelligent comments below posts that you like.
  3. Before any corporate interview, go to the company’s website and do your homework. Find out what they are doing.
  4. Be prepared to answer not just technical questions, but also some questions based on some real-life scenarios; rarely, even puzzles. You need to study your core subjects really well before any interview! That’s for sure.
  5. During job interviews, make sure you ask some meaningful questions towards the end. If you have read something about what the company is doing, you will be able to ask smart questions.
  6. If you do not understand a question, ask for clarification. Try to answer intelligently, but NEVER bluff! If you do not know the answer, say something meaningful and then say that you do not really know the answer OR say that you would like to learn more about it.
  7. Dress professionally for your interview, but do not wear something that people will remember really well. So don’t worry too much about your attire. Please understand that what you say is more important than what you wear or how you “look” (by the way, nobody cares about how you “look”). Moreover, HR pros do not expect you to dress like industry professionals on the interview day. Just be decent (old clothes are perfectly ok; just iron them) but make sure you don’t wear trendy T-shirts and fashionable shorts EVER to an interview. Period. Long story short, the interview panel really cares most about your intellectual capability and nothing else. Communicate smartly and you will get any job you want!
  8. Before any interview, you need to groom yourself really well. Special tip: Don’t apply strong perfumes. Just maintain some basic hygiene and apply a regular deo.
  9. Reach on time, maintain good posture, do not feel nervous, have your resume or CV ready with you, and be polite. Before any interview, learn what’s a good handshake.
  10. Search online for more such interview tips and prepare well for your interview! If you work hard for your interview, you will always feel very motivated and confident. All the best and go get that job! It’s reserved for smart and confident people like you! 🙂

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