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“Game of sharing knowledge”

Discussion in 'Online Games & Puzzles' started by BhargaviChakravarthy, Jan 30, 2007.

  1. rajmiarun

    rajmiarun Gold IL'ite

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    Coconut
    (Cocos nucifera)

    The Tree of Life

    The scientific name for coconut is Cocos nucifera. Early Spanish explorers called it coco, which means "monkey face" because the three indentations (eyes) on the hairy nut resembles the head and face of a monkey. Nucifera means "nut-bearing."

    The coconut provides a nutritious source of meat, juice, milk, and oil that has fed and nourished populations around the world for generations. On many islands coconut is a staple in the diet and provides the majority of the food eaten. Nearly one third of the world's population depends on coconut to some degree for their food and their economy. Among these cultures the coconut has a long and respected history.

    Coconut is highly nutritious and rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It is classified as a "functional food" because it provides many health benefits beyond its nutritional content. Coconut oil is of special interest because it possesses healing properties far beyond that of any other dietary oil and is extensively used in traditional medicine among Asian and Pacific populations. Pacific Islanders consider coconut oil to be the cure for all illness. The coconut palm is so highly valued by them as both a source of food and medicine that it is called "The Tree of Life." Only recently has modern medical science unlocked the secrets to coconut's amazing healing powers.
     
  2. BhargaviChakravarthy

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    Re: “Game of sharing knowledge”

    Hi rajmi and subbutr,
    Thanks for your info.Here is my set of info today

    1)Which band released the cult”The Joshua Tree” album in 1987.
    The Irish band.

    2)Chester Bennington is the frontman and lead vocalist of which musical band.
    Linkin Park

     
  3. BhargaviChakravarthy

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    Hi all,
    Here is my piece of info today

    What task does a thermostat perform in a refrigerator
    To regulate the heat

    Chemical name of Epsom salt is Magnesium Sulphate.
     
  4. BhargaviChakravarthy

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    Hi all
    let me share this info today
    1)Which famous island is known in the native language as Rapa Nui
    Easter Island. The land, people and language are all referred to locally as Rapa Nui.


    2)Among which two cities did India’s first train ran between?
    Mumbai-Thane at a distance of 34 km.. The Mumbai Suburban Railway, as well as Indian Railways, are the first railway to be built by the British in India in April 1853
     
  5. Saraswathipv

    Saraswathipv IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi...

    How come I missed this thread bonk....

    Very very good one friend..

    Well let me start with what I can....

    The country known as the "Land of the Thunderbolts" is BHUTAN

    The country known as the "The land of the Morning Calm" is S. Korea.

    bye
     
  6. BhargaviChakravarthy

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    Dear sarawathi,
    Thanks for ur FB.Please do keep playing this game friend.

     
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    Saraswathipv IL Hall of Fame

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    Nepal's is the only National Flag in the world, that isn't rectangle or sqare...

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    Which was or name India's first scientific manned station in Antarctica
    Dakshin Gangotri
     
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    Saraswathipv IL Hall of Fame

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    The first woman and the first Indian to be appointed to the post of
    United Nations Civilian Police Adviser in peace keeping operations.


    Kiran Bedi
     
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    I would give a short info on DNA computing

    DNA Computing (DNAC)

    DNA computing, in the literal sense, is the use of DNA (Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid) molecules, the molecules which encode genetic information for all living things, in computers. This is accomplished in a suspended solution of DNA, where certain combinations of DNA molecules are interpreted as a particular result to a problem encoded in the original molecules present. DNA computing is currently one of the fastest growing fields in both Computer Science and Biology, and its future looks extremely promising.

    A highly interdisciplinary study incorporating the research results of computer scientists and biologists. In the literal sense, DNA computing is the use of DNA molecules, which encode genetic information for all living things, in computers. It is accomplished in a suspended solution of DNA, where certain combinations of DNA molecules are interpreted as a particular result to a problem encoded in the original molecules present. Dr. Leonard Aldeman is a pioneer of DNA computing for his solution to solve Hamiltonian Path Problem using DNA strands.

    First and foremost, DNA computing is useful because it has a capacity lacked by all current electronics-based computers: its massively parallel nature. What does this mean, you ask? Well, essentially while DNA can only carry out computations slowly, DNA computers can perform a staggering number of calculations simultaneously; specifically, on the order of 10^9 calculations per mL of DNA per second! This capability of multiple cotemporal calculations immediately lends itself to several classes of problems which a modern electronic computer could never even approach solving. To give you an idea of the difference in time, a calculation that would take 10^22 modern computers working in parallel to complete in the span of one human's life would take one DNA computer only 1 year to polish off!
     

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