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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Useful Tips-12: Watch every single old Disney movie for free

USEFUL TIPS:

On Cornel1801.com/disney/movies.html, you can watch every single old Disney movie for free.

Source: @1000Lifehacks

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Top 10-3: TOP 10 NUCLEAR POWER COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD(2018)


TOP 10 NUCLEAR POWER COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD 
2018 HD

3,453,367 views
GOD CRYSTAL
Published on May 30, 2017

These are top 10 countries with largest numbers of nuclear technology
1. Russia
2. United States
3. France
4. China
5. United Kingdom
6. Pakistan
7. India
8. Israel
9. North Korea
10. Iran

1. Russia
Russia is considered as the biggest nuclear power country in the world, with an estimated 8500 warheads in its control. The country has conducted a total of 715 nuclear tests till date, with the first test dating back to 1949 and the most recent one conducted in 1990.
2. United States
Featuring on number 2 in the list of top 10 nuclear power countries in the world is United States, which has 7700 nuclear weapons in its inventory. It has conducted around 1054 nuclear tests, with the first one back in 1945 and the latest one carried out in 1992.
3. France
On number 3 in this list is France, which has an estimated 300 nuclear warheads. The country registered its presence in this field in 1960 by conducting its first nuclear test, and has conducted 210 such tests till date, the most recent one being conducted in 2006.
4. China
China is another major nuclear power country of the world, with came to the nuclear weapon scenario in 1964 with its first nuclear test. Today, the country owns nearly 250 nuclear warheads and has conducted 45 nuclear tests in all, with the last one back in 1996.
5. United Kingdom
With an estimated 225 nuclear warheads in its inventory, United Kingdom comes on number 5 in the list of top 10 nuclear power countries of the world. Till date, United Kingdom has carried out 45 nuclear tests, the first one being in 1952 and the most recent one in 1991.
6. Pakistan
Pakistan occupies sixth position on this list, with estimated 100-120 weapons in stock. The country carried out a total of 6 nuclear tests, all in 1998, which greatly escalated tension in this part of the world at that time.
7. India
Next on the list of top 10 nuclear power countries of the world is India, which has estimated 90-110 warheads with it. Out of the 6 nuclear tests carried out by the country, the first one was conducted in 1974 and the most recent one in 1998.
8. Israel
Featuring next on this list of biggest nuclear powers in the world is the small nation of Israel, which has as many as 80 warheads. The other statistics about nuclear tests conducted by Israel are not known.
9. North Korea
North Korea is on number 9 in this list, which has come to the nuclear power scene more recently, the first test being carried out in 2006. Currently, North Korea has 10 nuclear warheads and has conducted a total of 3 nuclear tests, with the most recent one in 2013.
10. Iran
Iran has been recognized as one of the nuclear powers in the world, though no information is available about its possession of nuclear warheads or nuclear tests conducted by it.

Music:
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TEN RULES FOR SUCCESS-8: Nelson Mandela's Top 10 Rules For Success


Nelson Mandela's Top 10 Rules For Success

777,402 views
Evan Carmichael
Published on Apr 7, 2016

He was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, and philanthropist.

He served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999.

He is held in deep respect within South Africa, and he's often described as the "Father of the Nation".

He's Nelson Mandela and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.

Grateful thanks to Mr.Evan Carmichael and YouTube.

Street Foods-3:Street Food in Mumbai - Malpua



Indian Street Food - Street Food in Mumbai - Malpua

3,402,043 views
Food Talkies
Published on Jun 22, 2016

Grateful thanks to Food Talkies and YouTube.

Senior Citizens-2: Prevention of Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's is an illness, in which memory is gradually lost. At one time he or she completely lost his /her memories. Please read it carefully. Yourself or someone in your family may be suffering this illness. 
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After the age of 50 one may experience many types of illnesses.🤔
 But the one I am most worried about is Alzheimer's. Not only would I not be able to look after myself, but it would cause  a lot of inconveinence to family members....

One day, my son came home and told me that a doctor friend has taught him an exercise using the tongue. 

The tongue exercise is effective to reduce the onset of Alzheimer's and is also useful to reduce / improve

*1* Body weight
*2* Hypertension
*3* Blood-Clot in Brain 
*4* Asthma
*5* Far-sightedness
*6* Ear buzzing
*7* Throat infection
*8* Shoulder / Neck infection
*9* Insomia

The moves  are very simple and easy to learn....

Each morning, when you wash your face, in front of a mirror, do the exercise as below :
 
*stretch out your tongue and move it to the right then to the left for 10 times*

Since I started exercising my tongue daily,  there was improvement in my Brain Retention. 

My mind was clear and fresh and there were other improvements too...

   1  Far sightedness 
   2  No giddiness 
   3. Improved wellness
   4. Better digestion 
   5. Lesser flu / cold 

I am stronger and more agile.

🎀 Notes

The tongue exercise helps to control and prevent Alzheimer's...

Medical research has found that the tongue has connection with the BIG Brain. When our body becomes old and weak, the first sign to appear is that our tongue becomes stiff and often we tend to bite ourselves.

Frequently exercising your tongue will stimulate the brain, help to reduce our thoughts from shrinking and thus achieve a healthier body.

S and T Watch-73:String Theory - The Theory of Everything


String Theory - The Theory of Everything 

3,883 views
Praveen SA
Published on Nov 6, 2017
String Theory - simple explanation

Gathered information from Brian Greene , Neil Degrasse Tyson , Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku and other theoretical physicists.

Grateful thanks to Praveen SA, Brian Greene, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku and YouTube.

Question and Answer-6: What happens to you when you sleep


What happens when you sleep? :Ask BnD #55

5,014 views
BnD TV
Published on Feb 2, 2019

In this video, Khurshed Batliwala explains things that our brain does when we sleep.

Khurshed Batliwala and Dinesh Ghodke,  Faculties of Art of Living and Authors of Ready, Study, Go!, talks on how to deal with the most common problems that most of us face, which can be effortlessly integrated into daily life.

Grateful thanks to Khurshed Batliwala and Dinesh Ghodke, BnD TV and YouTube.

Positive Affirmations-12:


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My Dream Places-4: Belur


Belur Temple || Chennakeshava Temple at Belur Hassan district of Karnataka

43,312 views
"Sudeesh Kottikkal"
Published on Sep 10, 2018

The Chennakeshava Temple, also referred to as Keshava, Kesava or Vijayanarayana Temple of Belur, is a 12th-century Hindu temple in the Hassan district of Karnataka state, India. Belur temple was commissioned by King Vishnuvardhana in 1117 CE, on the banks of the Yagachi River in Belur also called Velapura, an early Hoysala Empire capital. Belur temple was built over three generations and took 103 years to finish. Belur temple artwork depicts scenes of secular life in the 12th century, dancers and musicians, as well as a pictorial narration of Hindu texts such as the Ramayana, the Mahabharata and the Puranas. Belur temple is considered to be one of the earliest creations of Hoysala dynasty. At its highest, Belur temple stands 37 metres tall. Its outer walls are adorned with finely done artwork, with dancing girls in various postures.

Belur Chennakesava temple has three entrances and their doorways have decorated sculptures called dvarapalaka (doorkeepers) on either side. The navaranga hall has forty eight pillars. All except the central four are carved in a unique way. This place is one of the famous tourist destination in Karnataka - India. As per saying, the beauty of this temple is inside as there are 48 pillars carved in different designs.

The vast complex has a large rajagopura or gate arches .On the right of the temple is the Kappe Channigraya temple and a smaller temple dedicated to a Lakshmi reincarnation, the goddess Sowmyanayaki, sits slightly behind the two. On the left of Belur Chennakeshava temple, one can find the Ranganayaki temple.The Gravity Pillar-The decline of the Hoysalas saw the emergence of the rulers of Vijayanagara. The reign of King Devaraya saw his commander Bice Dandanayaka install the unique 42 feet tall lamp post, the Karthika Deepotsava Stambha.  This pillar is a testament to the architectural expertise during King Devarayas reign, with the post simply placed over a flat platform. It appears to be standing on its own dead weight, and has astounded visitors for ages. The doorways of the temples mantapa features a Hoysala king slaying what historians believe is either a tiger or lion. It is also believed that this could be a symbolic representation of the defeat of the Cholas, whose royal emblem is a tiger.

The Hoysala period of South Indian history began about 1000 CE and continued through 1346 CE. In this period, they built around 1,500 temples in 958 centres. Belur is home to one of the grandest examples of Hoysala architecture. Belur is located on the banks of river Yagachi and is known as Dakshina Banaras or Banaras of the South, Belur is called Beluhur, Velur or Velapura in old inscriptions and medieval era texts. It was the early capital of the Hoysala kings. The city was so esteemed by the Hoysalas that it is referred to as "earthly Vaikuntha" (Vishnu's abode) and "dakshina Varanasi" (southern holy city of Hindus) in later inscriptions.

It is 35 km from Hassan city and about 200 km from Bengaluru, 155 kms from Mysore and 153 kms from Mangalore .

Hassan is a town in the Indian state of Karnataka. Hassan is situated 980 m above sea level. It is named after the Hasanamba temple. Hassan Tourism offers many other famous Places to visit in such as the ancient stone carved temples of Hoysala empire, Veeranarayana Temple at Belavadi, Hoysaleswara temple, a 12th-century temple at Halebidu also known as Halebidu Temple , Chandragiri Hill, Manjarabad Fort, Bhagawan Bahubali Monolithic Idol , carved circa 981 A.D.at Shravanabelagola , Ishvara Temple of 1220 CE during the rule of Hoysala Empire at Arasikere , Pushpagiri, Kedareshwar Temple at Halebidu , Hulikere Tank and many more.

Grateful thanks to "Sudeesh Kottikkal" and YouTube.


Letters-99:Letter written by Nehru to Children of India

Letter written by Nehru to Children of India on December 3, 1949.
  
Dear Children,

I like being with children and talking to them and, even more, playing with them. For the moment I forget that I am terribly old and it is very long ago since I was a child. But when I sit down to write, I cannot forget my age and the distance that separates you from me. Old people have a habit of delivering sermons and good advice to the young.

 I remember that I disliked this very much long ago when I was a boy. So I suppose you do not like it very much either. Grown-ups also have a habit of appearing to be very wise, even though very few of them possess much wisdom. I have not yet quite made up my mind whether I am wise or not. Sometimes listening to others I feel that I must be wise and brilliant and important. Then, looking at myself, I begin to doubt this. In any event, people who are wise do not talk about their wisdom and do not behave as if they were very superior persons...

What then shall I write about? If you were with me, I would love to talk to you about this beautiful world of ours, about flowers, trees, birds, animals, stars, mountains, glaciers and all the other beautiful things that surround us in the world. We have all this beauty all around us and yet we, who are grown-ups, often forget about it and lose ourselves in our arguments or in our quarrels. We sit in our offices and imagine that we are doing very important work.

I hope you will be more sensible and open your eyes and ears to this beauty and life that surrounds you. Can you recognise the flowers by their names and the birds by their singing? How easy it is to make friends with them and with everything in nature, if you go to them affectionately and with friendship. You must have read many fairy tales and stories of long ago. But the world itself is the greatest fairy tale and story of adventure that was ever written. Only we must have eyes to see and ears to hear and a mind that opens out to the life and beauty of the world.

Grown-ups have a strange way of putting themselves in compartments and groups. They build barriers... of religion, caste, colour, party, nation, province, language, customs and of rich and poor. Thus they live in prisons of their own making. Fortunately, children do not know much about these barriers, which separate. They play and work with each other and it is only when they grow up that they begin to learn about these barriers from their elders. I hope you will take a long time in growing up...

Some months ago, the children of Japan wrote to me and asked me to send them an elephant. I sent them a beautiful elephant on behalf of the children of India... This noble animal became a symbol of India to them and a link between them and the children of India. I was very happy that this gift of ours gave so much joy to so many children of Japan, and made them think of our country... remember that everywhere there are children like you going to school and work and play, and sometimes quarrelling but always making friends again. You can read about these countries in your books, and when you grow up many of you will visit them. Go there as friends and you will find friends to greet you.

 You know we had a very great man amongst us. He was called Mahatma Gandhi. But we used to call him affectionately Bapuji. He was wise, but he did not show off his wisdom. He was simple and childlike in many ways and he loved children... he taught us to face the world cheerfully and with laughter.

Our country is a very big country and there is a great deal to be done by all of us. If each one of us does his or her little bit, then all this mounts up and the country prospers and goes ahead fast.

I have tried to talk to you in this letter as if you were sitting near me, and I have written more than I intended.

Jawaharlal Nehru December 3, 1949

Interesting Interviews-2: Sadhguru interviewed on ABC News


Sadhguru interviewed on ABC News

1,071,315 views
Isha Foundation
Published on Jun 9, 2012
In this riveting interview on Australia's ABC News, Sadhguru answers questions about current affairs, the economy and human well-being.

Starting with a question on corruption, Sadhguru speaks on the topic of inclusion and the role of enlarging ones identity to include a larger whole.  Responding to a query about the state of the economy in Asia and India, he then touches upon how spirituality can have a positive impact on the leadership of the world.

Sensationalism in the media and the War on Terror form another key aspect of the interview, while the last question explores the role of religion and spirituality in the world.

Pranams to Sadhguru and grateful thanks to Isha Foundation, ABC News and YouTube.

Inspiring Speeches-9:Stanford Commencement Address by Steve Jobs


STEVE JOBS: Stanford Commencement
(with English Subtitles)

3,144,145 views
English Speeches
Published on Mar 27, 2017

Learn English with Steve Jobs (Apple founder and iPhone creator) in his most famous speech at Stanford in 2005 - Watch with big English subtitles.

Grateful thanks to English Speeches and YouTube.

India Watch-56: Ancient India's Contributions to the World


Ancient India's Contributions to the World 
(Full Documentary)
385,278 views
Knowledge for Power
Published on Nov 21, 2013

India is one of the oldest and richest civilizations in the world. It is home to the world's first planned cities, where every house had its own bathroom and toilet five thousand years ago.

The Ancient Indians have not only given us yoga, meditation and complementary medicines, but they have furthered our knowledge of science, maths -- and invented Chaturanga, which became the game of chess.

According to Albert Einstein, they "taught us how to count", as they invented the numbers 1-9 and 'zero', without which there would be no computers or digital age. Unfairly we call this system of counting Arabic numbers -- a misplaced credit.

Two thousand years ago the Indians pioneered plastic surgery, reconstructing the noses and ears on the faces of people who had been disfigured through punishment or warfare. They performed eye operations such as cataract removal and invented inoculation to protect their population from Smallpox, saving thousands of lives.

Hosted by Jack Turner. Published by Discovery Channel, 2007.

Grateful thanks to Mr.Jack Turner, Discovery Channel, Knowledge for Power and YouTube.

In Lighter Vein-46:


A prospective husband in a book store “Do you have a book called, ‘Husband – the Master of the House’?

Sales Girl : “Sir, Fiction and Comics are on the 1st floor!”.

Have a Hearty Laugh-29:

Message from a friend:

Due to heavy rain,
I m stuck up at home with my wife......

Please HELP...

Good Parenting-11:


Environment-45: The Aranya story: turning barren land into a food forest using permaculture



The Aranya story: turning barren land into a food forest using permaculture

303,203 views
Down To Earth
Published on Nov 13, 2017

Padma and Narsanna Koppula have turned a barren piece of land in Telangana's Medak district into a food forest by engaging the community that lives around it. Here's their story.

Hearty congratulations to Padma and Narsanna Koppula and grateful thanks to Down to Earth and YouTube.

Beautiful Thoughts-20:


Smile Please-29:


Self-Improvement-246:


A Thought for Today-809: