Dear ILites, Our former President Dr. Abdul Kalam wanted all Indians to inculcate a scientific bend of mind. In that respect, I am happy that some ILites who after reading my stories which were scientific fictions asked me very inquisitive questions and I am glad that I could give them satisfactory replies. In our day to day life lots of scientific developments are happening. For example, people in U.S are very much used to using the GPS (Global Positioning System) wherever they go. My daughter in Phoenix was once not ready to go on free ways lest she may lose her way. But, now with GPS she goes to all the places. She took me to Grand Canyon and some local temple in Tempe all with the help of GPS. I explained to her how GPS works and what are the developments in which the laboratory where I am working (National Institute of Standards and Technolgy) is making great strides and one scientist has already won the Nobel Prize in Physics for this work. We hear a lot about 'Global Warming' which is of great concern to every one. Already, in Australia some drought situations are threatening due to Global Warming. You might ask 'What I can do and how it is going to help'. Each one of us have a moral responsibility to avoid calamities and leave a world for our progeny worthy of living. So, you should understand what is Global Warming , how it is caused and then 'what one can do' will become clear. Nuclear scenario is horrifying. It has taken the world to the edge of total destruction. We hear a lot about the Nuclear Deal between India and U.S. if you understand what nuclear energy in peaceful applications can do, you can appreciate the deal better. In the U.S to create the scientific bend of mind among people there are lots of popular scientific magazines. The foremost is 'Scientific American'. In U.K, The National Physical laboratory has a successful program of taking science to schools. In India, I have seen Science being taken seriously by the Bengalis (it may be because of Jagadish Chandra Bose and others). They do have several popular programs. India has the fourth largest body of scientists and it is growing. It is this power that will take India to the top.