Beirut Analysis

Tania Ghosh

press to zoom

press to zoom
1/1

On 4 August 2020, a large amount of ammonium nitrate stored at the port of the city of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, exploded, causing at least 181 deaths, 6,000 injuries. The scientists have been trying to decipher what caused such a huge blast.

Photovoltaic Paint: New-generation Energy Source

Mukul Periwal

press to zoom

press to zoom
1/1

We live in a world full of inventions. Almost daily we see new inventions making their way into our world, our small lives. In this article, we discuss one of the life-changing inventions that have high potential to become a reality, which is photovoltaic paint, a paint that can provide us with energy to run our homes and cars with. It sounds unreal but this image is being worked upon to make it a reality as you’re reading this.

Time Travel: Science Or Fiction?

Ritam Sengupta

press to zoom

press to zoom
1/1

“Time travel”. This one word never ceases to give us chills every time we hear it. So when I’m saying time travel, I’m sure there are glimpses of  “Dark”(Netflix), ”Terminator” or “Back to the Future” even “Avengers endgame” in everyone’s mind. But fictions aside, today I’m going to just write something about scientific plausibility or justification about this much sought after term. We all regret something or hope that something might have occurred differently. Time is quite a mysterious physical factor that never fails to amaze me though. All of us have thought about turning back time, pausing time, seeing or going to the future, or changing the past at any point in our life. So let’s see, what do scientists understand about the vast mysteries of time and what are the odds of seeing the human civilization at the dawn of time or experiencing the end of our race.