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May be you are also one of the victim of that scam website. Though those website are scam, they show us some kinda real types of processes which is complete fraud.

Are those website really work ?, Did they really hack Facebook ?

Answer is no, none of those website have ability to hack Facebook account.

Here is the coding of C program to check perfect number using while loop

Before getting into the depth, we want to let you know what actually is Perfect number.

Perfect number is those numbers which divisor number’s sum are equal to that number, for more insight lets have a glance in one example.

E.g: 28 is perfect number ! Divisor of number 28 are : 1,2,4,7 & 14 Lets add all these divisor numbers : 1+2+4+7+14 = 28

Hence Sum of divisor of number 28 is equal to 28, that is why 28 is one of the example of perfect number.

Here is C program code to check perfect number using while loop:

int main()
     int i, num, sum=0;
printf("Enter any number to check perfect number: ");
scanf("%d", &num);

// Calculate sum of all proper divisors
for(i=1; i<num; i++)
    //If i is a divisor of num
    if(num%i == 0)
        sum += i;

//Check whether the sum of proper divisors is equal to num
if(sum == num)
    printf("%d is PERFECT NUMBER", num);
    printf("%d is NOT PERFECT NUMBER", num);
getch ();
return 0;

science is expanding in the field of discoveries even more faster than the human population arose between 1800-2020 ( #Factofthepost: As it takes till 1800 from the human evolution to reach human population 1 Billion & arose to nearly 8 Billion within just 220 years).

Modern science is said to be started from late 1600 A.D. and we are still running in stream of Almighty modern science where daily new things are discovered. Modern science is expanding in rapid way and now it’s speed quadrupled after 1900s.

There are numerous things discovered, numerous theories & Hypothesis arose but among these things we can find out some discoveries really the most important.

As 2019 is nearly passing out ( This post is written on 27th Dec 2019) here we have not out some of the useful science discoveries of 2019.

We respect your time & curiosity so without any further delay to the topics lets get started to the discussion.

1. First real Black hole image

That was one of the greatest achievement for every science lover, on 10th April 2019 human get glorious chance to see the first real image of black hole.

Remember how lucky you are when compared to humans from past & future as you are the person of human race of that time when the first image of black hole was released.

2. Quantum supermecy attained

On 18th June 2019 Google achieve quantum supremacy. This achievement can be the new initiation of advanced computing era. Researchers at Google claim their quantum computer has solved a problem that would take even the very best conventional machine thousands of years to crack.

This milestone, known as quantum supremacy, represents a long-sought stride towards realizing the immense promise of quantum computers, devices that exploit the strange properties of quantum physics to speed up certain calculations.

3. Hope for Ebola Patients

Ebola Is Now Curable, a clinical trial in the Democratic Republic of Congo after two treatments appear to greatly increase patients survival rates. A clinical trial in the Democratic Republic of Congo has been testing new Ebola drugs with dramatic results. For newly infected patients on one of the drugs, the mortality rate dropped to 6 percent.

Democratic Republic of Congo have been running a clinical trial of new drugs to try to combat a year-long Ebola outbreak. On Monday, the trial’s cosponsors at the World Health Organization and the National Institutes of Health announced that two of the experimental treatments appear to dramatically boost survival rates.

4. A Close up of a Far-out Object

The Most-Distant Solar System Object Ever was discovered on 17th December 2018 but it was named on First week of 2019. A team of astronomers has discovered the most-distant body ever observed in our Solar System.

It is the first known Solar System object that has been detected at a distance that is more than 100 times farther than Earth is from the Sun. The new object was announced on Monday, December 17, 2018, by the International Astronomical Union’s Minor Planet Center and has been given the provisional designation 2018 VG18.

The discovery was made by Carnegie’s Scott S. Sheppard, the University of Hawaii’s David Tholen, and Northern Arizona University’s Chad Trujillo. 2018 VG18, nicknamed “Farout” by the discovery team for its extremely distant location, is at about 120 astronomical units (AU).

The second-most-distant observed Solar System object is Eris, at about 96 AU.

5. AI master’s Multiplayer Poker

Artificial intelligence has finally cracked the biggest challenge in poker: beating top professionals in six-player, no-limit Texas Hold ’Em, the most popular variant of the game.

Over 20,000 hands of online poker, the AI beat 15 of the world’s top poker players, each of whom has won more than $1 million playing the game professionally.

The AI, called Pluribus, was tested in 10,000 games against five human players, as well as in 10,000 rounds where five copies of Pluribus played against one professional – and did better than the pros in both.

Pluribus was developed by Noam Brown of Facebook AI Research and Tuomas Sandholm at Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania.

It is an improvement on their previous poker-playing AI, called Libratus, which in 2017 outplayed professionals at Heads-Up Texas Hold ’Em, a variant of the game that pits two players head to head.\

  1. 230 individuals from 18 countries have visited the International Space Station
  2. The space station has been continuously occupied since November 2000
  3. An international crew of six people live and work while traveling at a speed of 5mile/sec. Orbiting Earth about every 90 minutes.
  4. In 24 hours, the space station makes 16 orbits of Earth, traveling through 16 sunrises and sunsets
  5. Peggy Whitson set the record for spending the most total time living and working in space. He spend total of 665 days on Sept, 2, 2017
  6. The acre of solar panels that power the station means sometimes you can look up in the sky.
  7. You can see ISS especially at dawn or dusk. You can see the spaceship flying over your home, even if you live in a big city. Find sighting opportunities at http://spotthestation.nasa.gov
International Space Station, ISS
International Space Station from Earth.
  1. To mitigate the loss of muscle and bone mass in the human body in microgravity Astronauts do workout. Astronauts work out at least 2 hours a day.
  2. Astronauts have conducted more than 205 spacewalks (and counting!) for space station construction, maintenance and repair since December 1998
  3. The solar array wingspan (240 feet) is about the same length as the world’s largest passenger aircraft, the Airbus A380.
  4. ISS Space Station is the most expensive things of the world.

You Should Know : How does rocket fuel burn in space without oxygen ?

  1. The large modules and other pieces of the station are deliver on 42 assembly flights. 37 on the U.S. space shuttles and five on Russian Proton/Soyuz rockets.
  2. The space station is 357 feet end-to-end, one yard shy of the full length of an American football field.
  3. Eight miles of wire connects the electrical power system aboard the space station.
  4. The 55-foot robotic Canadarm2 has seven different joints and two end-effectors. Which is use to move entire modules, deploy science experiments and even transport spacewalking astronauts.
  5. The living and working space in the station is larger than a six-bedroom house. And has six sleeping quarters, two bathrooms, a gym, and a 360-degree view bay window).
International Space Station, ISS
360 degree views of Earth from International Space Station.
  1. Six spaceships can be connect to the space station at once.
  2. A spacecraft can arrive at the space station as soon as six hours after launching from Earth.
  3. Four different cargo spacecraft deliver science, cargo and supplies: Orbital ATK’s Cygnus, SpaceX’s Dragon, JAXA’s HTV, and the Russian Progress.

You Should Know : Why Airplane can’t go to Outer Space ?

  1. Through Expedition 52, the microgravity laboratory has hosted more than 2,400 research investigations from researchers in more than 103 countries.
  2. The station’s orbital path takes it over 90 percent of the Earth’s population.
  3. Astronaut take millions of images of the planet below. Check them out at https://eol.jsc.nasa.gov  
  4. More than 20 different research payloads can host outside the station at once, including Earth sensing equipment. Also hosted materials science payloads, particle physics experiments like the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer-02 and more.
  5. The space station travels an equivalent distance to the Moon and back in about a day.
  6. The Water Recovery System reduces crew dependence on water delivered by a cargo spacecraft by 65 percent. Which is reduce from about 1 gallon a day to a third of a gallon.
  7. On-orbit software monitors approximately 350,000 sensors, ensuring station and crew health and safety. 
  8. The space station has an internal pressurized volume equal that of a Boeing 747.
  9. More than 50 computers control the systems on the space station.
  10. 3 Million lines of software code on the ground support more than 1.5 Million lines of flight software code.
  11. In the International Space Station more than 1.5 million lines of flight software code run on 44 computers.
  12. These coding line helps to communicate via 100 data networks transferring 400,000 signals ).

International Space Station Size & Mass

  1. Pressurized Module Length: 167.3 feet (73 meters)
  2. Truss Length: 357.5 feet (109 meters)
  3. Solar Array Length: 239.4 feet (73 meters)
  4. Mass: 925,335 pounds (419,725 kilograms)
  5. Habitable Volume: 13,696 cubic feet (388 cubic meters) not including visiting vehicles
  6. Pressurized Volume: 32,333 cubic feet (916 cubic meters)
  7. With BEAM expanded: 32,898 cubic feet (932 cubic meters)
  8. Power Generation: 8 solar arrays provide 75 to 90 kilowatts of power
  9. Lines of Computer Code: approximately 2.3 million

You Should Know : This Artificial Moon launch can break human imagination

The Nobel Prize 2019 for Chemistry has Awarded on 9th October 2019. The inventor of lithuim ion battery got award for their revolutionary invention.

Lithuim ion battery are especially use in more than 95% of technology, such as electric vehicles (Tesla Car) , mobile phone and remote control devices.

M. Stanley Whittingham, Akira Yoshino and John B. Goodenough got award for their invention.

Nobel prize 2019 chemistry, Nobel prize 2019 for chemistry was awarded to M. Stanley Whittingham, Akira Yoshino and John B. Goodenough
Nobel prize 2019 for chemistry was awarded to M. Stanley Whittingham, Akira Yoshino and John B. Goodenough

This is the major useful technology for upcoming future of battery powered devices.

Also check : Australia Doesn’t Exist And People Who Live There Are Actors Paid By NASA – Flat Earthers Claim

Have you ever wonder why airplane can’t go to outer space like rocket does ? Before starting this topics first let me make you clear about basic definition of space.

Space; that region which is more than 100 kilometer above from the surface of earth. Density of oxygen got decreased order as the height goes increasing from the earth surface.

Check out : Australia doesn’t exist and people who live there are actors paid by NASA – Claimed by Flat Earth Society.

Then obviously there will not be oxygen in space. To work airplane it’s engine most performs well & we know all engine are thermal. which means they need oxygen to generate energy to initiate engine of airplane.

At first when plane is in the earth’s atmospheric region it will works fine. But when it goes up & up then amount of oxygen molecules will goes down. which will result to the error of working efficiency of jet engine.

That’s why airplane cannot goes to the space. And if you got confused how rocket engine works even there is no oxygen in space. Checkout this links to clear your confusion.

We think of the Stone Age as something that early humans lived through. But we are not the only species that has witness that time period.

Chimpanzees,Apes monkey,Panama monkeys & Orangutan are categorise into the second most social, mentally developed, well ability of use of things by hands as We human does. Even chimpanzees are differed from Human by only one pair of chromosomes. This means these animals (Chimpanzees,Apes monkey,Panama monkeys & Orangutan ) somehow belongs to human. We have start our race of evolution through hard moments, in past we eat foods, flesh without cooking it (Raw), some hundreds or thousands years later human have start their stone age where they learn to hunt animal by weapon made up of by stone, we have discovered fire by striking two strong stone together. In these way we’re running in this infinite road of evolution.

Don’t you think these animals are alike past we thousands of years ago ? They are learning to use stone & wood for fighting, breaking packet of biscuits, foods, drinks. Some trained monkeys have ability to do shocking activities. Orangutan have start to fishing by pointed stick. In these ways they have start their race of evolution & i am sure one day ( may be after 20, 000-40,000 years later ) they will reach to the level of evolution where we are living todays.

May be they will challenge human in the field of technology & science or may be earth will ruled by 2 different species or may be they will be the reason of end of human species in coming future.

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Turn on your oven, and you’ll warm up the kitchen. With the oven door open, the kitchen warms up even faster. That much is obvious since the purpose of an oven is to make things hot. But it’s not true for your refrigerator.

Running the refrigerator makes the room warmer and if you leave the door open, the kitchen warms up even faster. The first rush of cold air may cool things down a little, but in the long run, the room will get warmer.

To see why, we need to think of heat as energy and cold as a lack of energy. The stove produces heat, but the refrigerator can’t actually produce cold. All the refrigerator does is move heat, or energy, from one place to another. As the food inside the refrigerator loses its heat–or, in other words, gets colder that hear ends up in the kitchen.

Physicists call this kind of system a “heat pump.” But like any motor, the heat pump in your refrigerator needs energy just to run. So while it’s busy moving energy out of the fridge and into the kitchen, it’s also drawing in more energy in the form of electricity or gas. Since some of that energy is released as heat, you end up with more heat in the kitchen than you started with.

Air conditioners can cool your house because part of the unit is outside. That way the air conditioner can pump the heat out of your house and releases it to the outdoors. So just as your refrigerator heats your kitchen while cooling the food, air conditioners heat the outdoors while cooling your house.

Quantum physics is usually just intimidating from the get-go. It’s kind of weird and can seem counter-intuitive, even for the physicists who deal with it every day. But it’s not incomprehensible. If you’re reading something about quantum physics, there are really six key concepts about it that you should keep in mind. Do that, and you’ll find quantum physics a lot easier to understand.

Everything Is Made Of Waves; Also, Particles

There’s lots of places to start this sort of discussion, and this is as good as any: everything in the universe has both particle and wave nature, at the same time. There’s a line in Greg Bear’s fantasy duology (The Infinity Concerto and The Serpent Mage), where a character describing the basics of magic says “All is waves, with nothing waving, over no distance at all.” I’ve always really liked that as a poetic description of quantum physics– deep down, everything in the universe has wave nature.

Of course, everything in the universe also has particle nature. This seems completely crazy, but is an experimental fact, worked out by a surprisingly familiar process:

Of course, describing real objects as both particles and waves is necessarily somewhat imprecise. Properly speaking, the objects described by quantum physics are neither particles nor waves, but a third category that shares some properties of waves (a characteristic frequency and wavelength, some spread over space) and some properties of particles (they’re generally countable and can be localized to some degree). This leads to some lively debate within the physics education community about whether it’s really appropriate to talk about light as a particle in intro physics courses; not because there’s any controversy about whether light has some particle nature, but because calling photons “particles” rather than “excitations of a quantum field” might lead to some student misconceptions. I tend not to agree with this, because many of the same concerns could be raised about calling electrons “particles,” but it makes for a reliable source of blog conversations.

This “door number three” nature of quantum objects is reflected in the sometimes confusing language physicists use to talk about quantum phenomena. The Higgs boson was discovered at the Large Hadron Collider as a particle, but you will also hear physicists talk about the “Higgs field” as a delocalized thing filling all of space. This happens because in some circumstances, such as collider experiments, it’s more convenient to discuss excitations of the Higgs field in a way that emphasizes the particle-like characteristics, while in other circumstances, like general discussion of why certain particles have mass, it’s more convenient to discuss the physics in terms of interactions with a universe-filling quantum field. It’s just different language describing the same mathematical object.

Quantum Physics Is Discrete

Ultra-precise spectroscopy can also be used to look for things like dark matter, and is part of the motivation for a low-energy fundamental physics institute.

This isn’t always obvious– even some things that are fundamentally quantum, like black-body radiation, appear to involve continuous distributions. But there’s always a kind of granularity to the underlying reality if you dig into the mathematics, and that’s a large part of what leads to the weirdness of the theory.

Quantum Physics Is Probabilistic

One of the most surprising and (historically, at least) controversial aspects of quantum physics is that it’s impossible to predict with certainty the outcome of a single experiment on a quantum system. When physicists predict the outcome of some experiment, the prediction always takes the form of a probability for finding each of the particular possible outcomes, and comparisons between theory and experiment always involve inferring probability distributions from many repeated experiments.

The mathematical description of a quantum system typically takes the form of a “wavefunction,” generally represented in equations by the Greek letter psi: Ψ. There’s a lot of debate about what, exactly, this wavefunction represents, breaking down into two main camps: those who think of the wavefunction as a real physical thing (the jargon term for these is “ontic” theories, leading some witty person to dub their proponents “psi-ontologists”) and those who think of the wavefunction as merely an expression of our knowledge (or lack thereof) regarding the underlying state of a particular quantum object (“epistemic” theories).

In either class of foundational model, the probability of finding an outcome is not given directly by the wavefunction, but by the square of the wavefunction (loosely speaking, anyway; the wavefunction is a complex mathematical object (meaning it involves imaginary numbers like the square root of negative one), and the operation to get probability is slightly more involved, but “square of the wavefunction” is enough to get the basic idea). This is known as the “Born Rule” after German physicist Max Born who first suggested this (in a footnote to a paper in 1926), and strikes some people as an ugly ad hoc addition. There’s an active effort in some parts of the quantum foundations community to find a way to derive the Born rule from a more fundamental principle; to date, none of these have been fully successful, but it generates a lot of interesting science.

This is also the aspect of the theory that leads to things like particles being in multiple states at the same time. All we can predict is probability, and prior to a measurement that determines a particular outcome, the system being measured is in an indeterminate state that mathematically maps to a superposition of all possibilities with different probabilities. Whether you consider this as the system really being in all of the states at once, or just being in one unknown state depends largely on your feelings about ontic versus epistemic models, though these are both subject to constraints from the next item on the list:

Quantum Physics Is Non-Local

The last great contribution Einstein made to physics was not widely recognized as such, mostly because he was wrong. In a 1935 paper with his younger colleagues Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen (the “EPR paper”), Einstein provided a clear mathematical statement of something that had been bothering him for some time, an idea that we now call “entanglement.”

The EPR paper argued that quantum physics allowed the existence of systems where measurements made at widely separated locations could be correlated in ways that suggested the outcome of one was determined by the other. They argued that this meant the measurement outcomes must be determined in advance, by some common factor, because the alternative would require transmitting the result of one measurement to the location of the other at speeds faster than the speed of light. Thus, quantum mechanics must be incomplete, a mere approximation to some deeper theory (a “local hidden variable” theory, one where the results of a particular measurement do not depend on anything farther away from the measurement location than a signal could travel at the speed of light (“local”), but are determined by some factor common to both systems in an entangled pair (the “hidden variable”)).

This was regarded as an odd footnote for about thirty years, as there seemed to be no way to test it, but in the mid-1960’s the Irish physicist John Bell worked out the consequences of the EPR paper in greater detail. Bell showed that you can find circumstances in which quantum mechanics predicts correlations between distant measurements that are stronger than anypossible theory of the type preferred by E, P, and R. This was tested experimentally in the mid-1970’s by John Clauser, and a series of experiments by Alain Aspect in the early 1980’s is widely considered to have definitively shown that these entangled systems cannot possibly be explained by any local hidden variable theory.

The most common approach to understanding this result is to say that quantum mechanics is non-local: that the results of measurements made at a particular location can depend on the properties of distant objects in a way that can’t be explained using signals moving at the speed of light. This does not, however, permit the sending of information at speeds exceeding the speed of light, though there have been any number of attempts to find a way to use quantum non-locality to do that. Refuting these has turned out to be a surprisingly productive enterpriseQuantum non-locality is also central to the problem of information in evaporating black holes, and the “firewall” controversy that has generated a lot of recent activity. There are even some radical ideas involving a mathematical connection between the entangled particles described in the EPR paper and wormholes.

Quantum Physics Is (Mostly) Very Small

Quantum physics has a reputation of being weird because its predictions are dramatically unlike our everyday experience This happens because the effects involved get smaller as objects get larger– if you want to see unambiguously quantum behavior, you basically want to see particles behaving like waves, and the wavelength decreases as the momentum increases. The wavelength of a macroscopic object like a dog walking across the room is so ridiculously tiny that if you expanded everything so that a single atom in the room were the size of the entire Solar System, the dog’s wavelength would be about the size of a single atom within that solar system.

This means that, for the most part, quantum phenomena are confined to the scale of atoms and fundamental particles, where the masses and velocities are small enough for the wavelengths to get big enough to observe directly. There’s an active effort in a bunch of areas, though, to push the size of systems showing quantum effects up to larger sizes. there are a bunch of groups in “cavity opto-mechanics” trying to use light to slow the motion of chunks of silicon down to the point where the discrete quantum nature of the motion would become clear. There are even some suggestions that it might be possible to do this with suspended mirrors having masses of several grams, which would be amazingly cool.

Quantum Physics Is Not Magic

The previous point leads very naturally into this one: as weird as it may seem, quantum physics is most emphatically not magic. The things it predicts are strange by the standards of everyday physics, but they are rigorously constrained by well-understood mathematical rules and principles.

So, if somebody comes up to you with a “quantum” idea that seems too good to be true– free energy, mystical healing powers, impossible space drives– it almost certainly is. That doesn’t mean we can’t use quantum physics to do amazing things– you can find some really cool physics in mundane technology– but those things stay well within the boundaries of the laws of thermodynamics and just basic common sense.

So there you have it: the core essentials of quantum physics. I’ve probably left a few things out, or made some statements that are insufficiently precise to please everyone, but this ought to at least serve as a useful starting point for further discussion.

The short answer is no. The pigment melanin determines your eye color. Eyes with a lot of melanin will be naturally darker. Research has found that eye color can change in rare cases due to injury or genetics.

Everyone wants best grade marks in exam, but most of them can’t achieve their goals. So, what should you do to get good marks in exam as you’ve expected. In this article we’re going to give you some pro tips for getting good marks in exams.

  • Time periods : According to survey most of the good marks achiever study 14 hours per day ( Including school hours ). Most of the school hours are 7-8 hours this means you’ve to study 6-7 hours extra in home.
  • Time table : Planning your study hours by making time table can boost up your ability more than you expect. You can give more hours to hard subject & less hours to the easiest, But nailed it you’ve to give time to all subject. And follow your time table strictly.
  • Time for entertainment : Entertainment is also one of the necessary things to us, so give your 1 hour daily for entertaining yourself. You can play sport, use internet & many more during this times.
  • Confidence : Confidence is the greatest power to anyone who willing to be the winner. Always be in confidence zone either you’re in exam hall or you’re in classrooms.
  • Try to be active : Try to be active in curriculum activity, interaction with teacher, contact with senior & junior will make give you more confidence & will make your image more better in perspection of teacher & friends.

Hope you guys get some tips from us. First & lastly don’t be lazy for your homework, practice & always be confidence, we are sure these will maintain your marks as you’re expecting.

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:- This is the most discussed topics among science lover; ‘ If God never exist then who create this universe & millions of organism’? God ;the most greatest opponent of today’s science & scientist and whose existence is still unsolved from us.

There are hundreds of artificial evidence to deny the existence of God. On the other hand peoples of earth followed more than 4200 religion.

Then there is one question mark, in front of those who are related to at least one religion among these numerous religion. ” Does Your God exist, Or you’re following your religion whose God never exist ?”.

In this article limitedscience is going to make you clear upon these topics. Don’t skip any single words because each & every words will make sense to get complete knowledge about this question.

Creation of Entire universe

Can you figure out how long is 13.4 Billion years time periods. This vast time periods is that greatest past where millions of changes happened in this universe.

One great explosion from empty space happened named as ‘The Big Bang’. Ans stars, planets, gaseous masses, meteor , black hole & many more cosmos masses get formed from every tiny pieces.

One of the pieces was our sun, which eventually get strikes with another cosmos masses & break numerous pieces. Some got eject out from it’s gravitational field.

Meanwhile some got attached inside it’s gravitational field & create 8 planets,millions of meteor, gaseous masses, meteorites space belt collectively named as ‘The Solar System’.

Let’s Get into the Earth

4.6 Billions years have passed when our planet earth was formed by solar sun strikes as mentioned above. To get into this suitable condition earth have face millions of up & down changes.

At initial condition temperature of earth was nearly equal to the temperature of sun. Because it was also one of the part of sun. Due to the high temperature, continuous vapor originated from vaporization of oxygen, hydrogen & other gases molecules.

Which leads to the formation of dense clouds, and result to the continuous rain for few hundred thousands of years. Which leads to the formation of large water masses like lake,river,ocean & seas.

Due to the high specific heat capacity of water temperature of earth start to decreased. After few millions of years temperature of earth got balanced to the normal temperature.

Origination of life

Marine water were rich on organic substances. Methane,Nitrogen, Hydrogen,Oxygen & Carbon were in soluble form in oceanic water. By taking organic substances as nutrition & soluble gases as cell functioning units most primitive bacterial unicellular organism were formed.

Via cell division via mitosis & meiosis most primitive cellular organism grown into advanced unicellular organism.

While some change into microscopic multicellular organism like paramecium & algae.

During survival for fittest & struggle for existence some organism change their survival location; like some become aquatic & some become terrestrial.


Through these billions of years, organism were formed from organic substances.In ocean By the help of cell division growth & change in physical appearance occurs.

As accordance to the laws of evolution; survival for fittest & struggle for existence many species got changed physically. In this way millions of organism got created to make this earth full of diversity.

Facebook is best place for connecting with people. We use Facebook daily to do chatting, calling, sharing Status and Photos. Facebook has a lot of entertaining features which make users addicted. As normal Facebook users only have around 100-500 friends. So we share our thoughts and other day to day moments. But according to Facebook algorithm we only receives around 10-50 likes. Just because Facebook applied a reach limits at all profiles and pages. So it really embarrassing moment when we don’t get likes and comments on our status.
Due to all of these conditions, users start using new method to increase likes. Which is known as Facebook Auto Likes. They use Facebook auto likers through any website which provide auto liker feature. Then user get hundreds and thousands of likes on their Status and Photos. They use this technique just to attract others by showing too many likes.

Facebook Autolikers are the best way to get automatic likes on status and profiles. Facebook Autolikers are websites which collect personal data through token number. Then this collected data is used to generate auto likes. Now the question how they are collecting data. Whenever someone use these auto likers then these sites access their token number to generate likes. Just take example if 10 person use any autoliker then they have collected 10 likes. Now if someone use same autoliker then they will get 10 likes on status automatically and that user also get add up in the same list. After that total collection become 11 Likes. In the same way total likes collection increase day by day. Only way to find total likes available is just depend on how many user already used it. There are many website who offer auto likes in which they need your token number to get access into your account. Then they need status id or photo id where want to add fake likes.

Is It Safe To Use Facebook Auto Likers ?

According to Facebook, it is totally a spam and risky process. Using any Auto liker may results your account disabled or Facebook may apply few restriction on Account. These auto likers may result your account compromised because all the website need token number. Which means you are providing all the privileges to that application which you use to generate token number. According to Facebook, Access Token number it works like an account Passwords. So any service which have token number of account may harm your personal information. For more details search at Facebook help center about Access Token.

Few Suggestions About Using Facebook Auto Likers.

  • Never use Auto Like services from your original Account.
  • Auto Likers need Access Token Number which works like a password. So using it through your personal account may result account compromised security.
  • Getting Auto likes on Status or Photo is also against Facebook usage terms. So Facebook may apply restriction on Liking and commenting and results into account disable.

Did you know that love actually is blind? And that men are more likely to say “I love you” before their female partner does?
Neither did we, until we started researching the wonderful and mysterious world of falling in love and having feelings for another human being.
Love hold so much space not only in our lives, but in our biology, in our psychology, and in our history.
Here, we’ve collect 50 facts about love that will help you to understand it, and maybe even find it in your own life.

  1. Love can be addictive.
    : Falling in love is much like taking a dose of cocaine, as both experiences affect the brain similarly and trigger a similar sensation of euphoria. Research found that falling in love produces several euphoria-inducing chemicals that stimulate 12 areas of the brain at the same time.
  2. Eye contact is key.
    : Some extraordinary research has found that couples who are in love and bond in a romantic relationship synchronize their heart rates after gazing into each others’ eyes for three minutes.
  3. Love works fast.
    : It only takes up to 4 minutes to decide whether you like someone or not.
  4. There’s a reason why cuddling feels so good.
    : Oxytocin, the so-called love or cuddle hormone, is produced during an embrace or cuddle.
  5. Your heart can actually break.
    : Research has provided evidence that intense, traumatizing events, such as a break-up, divorce, loss of a loved one, physical separation from a loved one, or betrayal can cause real physical pains in the area of one’s heart. This condition is called the Broken Heart Syndrome.
  6. Biologically, your love changes with time.
    : It is estimated that romantic love, which is linked with euphoria, dependence, sweaty palms, butterflies and alike, only lasts about a year. After that first year begins the so-called “committed love” stage. The transition is linked with elevated neurotrophin protein levels in newly formed couples.
  7. Love goes hand in hand with stress.
    : Studies show that people at an early stage of love have lower levels of serotonin, which is associated with feelings of happiness and well-being, and higher levels of cortisol, associated with stress.
  8. Priorities change when looking for a long term companion.
    : There’s evidence that when looking for a fling, the body wins over the face on a physical attraction basis. The opposite is true, however, for those who are looking for a long-term relationship partner.
  9. Feelings make life that much sweeter.
    : Researchers looked at a group of people, and found that those who were thinking about love said a specific kind of food was sweeter than those thinking about jealousy or something neutral.
  10. Some people can’t feel love.
    : Some individuals who claim never to have felt romantic love suffer from hypopituitarism, a rare disease that doesn’t allow a person to feel the rapture of love.
  11. Your body has a “vein of love.”
    : Engagement rings are often worn on the fourth finger of the left hand because the ancient Greeks maintained that that finger contains the vena amoris, or the “vein of love,” that runs straight to the heart.
  12. Sometimes, your emotions play tricks on your heart.
    : Getting dumped often leads to “frustration attraction,” which causes an individual to love the one who dumped him or her even more.
  13. Love is chaos.
    : The enduring symbol of love, Cupid (or Eros) is said to have come from Chaos (“The Yawning Void”) and represents the primitive forces of love and desire.
  14. ‘Love’ is a word derived from Sanskrit.
    : The term “love” is from the Sanskrit lubhyati, meaning “desire.”
  15. The parent trap.
    : Some psychologists argue that we fall in love with someone who is similar to the parent with whom we have unresolved childhood issues, unaware we are seeking to resolve this childhood relationship in adulthood.
  16. Add a little adventure to your life.
    : Studies show that if a man meets a woman in a dangerous situation (and vice versa), such as on a trembling bridge, he is more likely to fall in love with her than if he met her in a more mundane setting, such as in an office.
  17. Sometimes, timing really is everything.
    : Timing significantly influences love. Individuals are more likely to fall in love if they are looking for adventure, craving to leave home, lonely, displaced in a foreign country, passing into a new stage of life, or financially and psychologically ready to share themselves or start a family.
  18. Women like testosterone.
    : Women around the world are more likely to fall in love with partners with ambition, education, wealth, respect, status, a sense of humor, and who are taller than they are. Women also prefer distinctive cheekbones and a strong jawbone, which are linked to testosterone levels.
  19. Eye contact is key.
    : Scientists suggest that merely staring into another person’s eyes is a strong precursor to love. In an experiment, strangers of the opposite sex were put in a room together for 90 minutes where they talked about intimate details and then stared into each other’s eyes without talking. Many felt a deep attraction for each other, and two married each other six months later.
  20. Attraction is evolutionary.
    : Men in love show more activity in the visual part of the brain, while women in love show more activity in the part of the brain that governs memory. Scientists speculate that men have to size up a woman visually to see if she can bear babies, while women have to remember aspects of man’s behavior to determine if he would be an adequate provider.
  21. Slow and steady wins the race.
    : The longer and more deliberate a courtship, the better the prospects for a long marriage. People who have intense, Hollywood-type romances at the beginning are more likely to divorce.
  22. Men and women feel love differently.
    : Women often feel loved when talking face to face with their partner; men, on the other hand, often feel emotionally close when they work, play, or talk side by side.
  23. Love is a journey.
    : Scientists suggest that most people will fall in love approximately seven times before marriage.
  24. Love literally makes you grow.
    : The act of falling in love is known to have a calming effect on a person’s body and mind. This, in turn, will raise levels of nerve growth for about a year.
  25. Opposites don’t attract.
    : Individuals who appear similar and at the same level of attractiveness are more likely to end up together than people who look significantly different. Many social researchers indicate that there is a pattern in how people chose their mates or romantic relationships. This is demonstrated through a Matching Hypothesis, which indicates that people are more attracted to others who share a similar attraction level with them.
  26. Butterflies are a real, stress related, thing.
    : The expression of having butterflies in your stomach is a real feeling that is caused by an adrenaline rush. When and if you fall for someone, it will probably be hard to avoid the feeling of butterflies dancing and fluttering around in your stomach. This happens as a body’s response to a fight-or-flight situation.
  27. Lady in red.
    : For reasons that are not yet clear, studies consistently show that when the same woman wears red versus a different color, men are more inclined to engage her in deeper conversations. This is true even when the clothing styles are otherwise identical.
  28. Love & sex influence us differently.
    : Research has shown that thinking of love influences creativity and abstract thoughts, as well as long-term planning. Thinking of sex however influences immediate decision making and attention to momentary details.
  29. The “I love you” moment.
    : Statistically, men are more likely to say “I love you” in a relationship than women. Men are also more likely to be more emotionally affected by break-ups than women are.
  30. Kissing extends your lifespan.
    : Men who kiss their wives in the morning are thought to live up to 5 years longer.
  31. Love potions are made from human sweat.
    : Historically, human sweat has been used to make love-attracting perfumes, and even love-potions. Though sweat contains pheromones that are key ingredients in attraction, the efficacy of sweat in perfumes and potions is questionable at best.
  32. Symmetry is everything.
    : Symmetry is how our brains judge beauty. A symmetrical faced man will begin having sex four years earlier, have more sex, affairs, and lovers than those with asymmetry in their faces. Women will also experience more orgasms with symmetrically faced men.
  33. Food > romance.
    : According to a study, brain scans reveal that women are more responsive to romantic stimuli after eating a meal than before.
  34. You have to be supportive.
    : Studies have found that one of the most crucial factors in a relationship is how you celebrate your partner’s good news.
  35. A Rabbi created speed dating.
    : Speed dating was invented by a rabbi in 1999, based on a Jewish tradition of chaperoned gatherings of young Jewish singles.
  36. Love is blind.
    : When someone looks at a new love, the neural circuits that are usually associated with social judgement are suppressed. So in a way, love really is blind.
  37. The heart hasn’t always represented love.
    : The heart symbol was first used to denote love in the 1250. Prior to that, it represented foliage.
  38. Don’t fall in love if you have things to do.
    : It’s scientifically proven: being in love makes you a less productive person.
  39. Love & OCD.
    : Romantic love is biochemically indistinguishable from having a severe obsessive-compulsive disorder.
  40. Some people are afraid of love.
    : Philophobia is the fear of falling in love.
  41. Time to get online.
    : 23% of the couples who meet through online dating end up marrying.
  42. A lot of people are looking for love.
    : There are about 3 million first dates every day worldwide.
  43. Do anything for love.
    : In India, there is a vigilante group called the “Love Commandos” that offers protection from harassment to couples from different castes who fall in love.
  44. Reliability helps you thrive.
    : People with relatively prudent and reliable partners tend to perform better at work, earning more promotions, making more money, and feeling more satisfied with their jobs, according to research.
  45. Kicking a bad habit, or falling out of love?
    : Recovering from a break-up is like a kicking an addiction to a drug, researchers found from looking at the brain scans of the broken-hearted.
  46. Do soulmates exist?
    : A survey revealed that 52% of women say their husband is not their soulmate.
  47. Love is a huge part of your life.
    : The average human will spend 6.8% of their lives socializing with someone they love, or the equivalent of around 1,769 days.
  48. A vote for your birthday suit.
    : Those who wear nothing in bed are more content in their relationships than those who cover up, according to a poll.
  49. Love is healing.
    : Research shows that long-term couples with deep, strong connections can successfully soothe each other in stressful situations or when one of them experiences pain simply by holding hands.
  50. Love is everything.
    : A marvellous 75-year long study, which was conducted by a group of Harvard researchers, has shown that love is really all that matters. The participants’ lifelong experiences revealed that happiness and life fulfillment revolved around love or simply searching for love.

Imagine neutron stars so fast they devour everything in their path, clouds that smell of fruits, an enormous gathering of galaxies and Louis Armstrong music in space? These are some of the unbelievable things you can find in our cosmos. The universe is enormous and full of secrets and there are still millions of things to be discovered. Today we’ll tell you about 10 unbelievable things that are currently in space.

  • In 1988, when scientists found a pulsar that seemed to devour a nearby star, they named it the Black Widow Pulsar. A pulsar of this kind is a neutron star that rotates at about 600 times per second and emits electromagnetic radiation.
  • You could fit 1.3 million Earths inside the sun. The sun accounts for 99.86% of the mass of the solar system. And do you remember the 2 largest planets in our solar system? Jupiter and Saturn make up most of the remaining 0.14%.
  • Sagittarius B2 contains vast amounts of a chemical compound called ethyl formate. When you mix ethanol with formic acid, you get ethyl formate, which is an ester. Esters are known as “smell molecules,” and they provide strong floral, fruit, and wine smells.
  • Saturn has always stood out with its characteristic rings. Scientists believed that only planets could have rings until they encountered the Rings of Chariklo in 2013.
  • The Himiko Cloud existed at a time when the universe was just 800 million years old. The universe is 13.8 billion years old right now, so the Himiko Cloud comes from a time when the universe was just a baby!
  • Black holes represent a very tight and dense area of space where gravity is so strong that not even light can get out once it goes in. Black holes range from small, as large as an atom, to supermassive.
  • El Gordo, or “The Fat One” in Spanish, is the name of the most enormous grouping of galaxies ever found in the distant universe.
  • The “Golden Record” includes greetings in more than 50 languages, images of human anatomy, diverse sounds, and nearly 90 minutes of music.
  • Rogue planets end up alone in the cosmos when they are kicked out, or ejected, from their planetary systems. CF was the closest planet found at the time, but more have shown up since.
  • The center of the Milky Way holds a supermassive black hole called Sagittarius A*. It is located 26,000 light-years from Earth and has a mass 4 million times bigger than our sun.
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