New science discoveries this week in 21st Century

New science discoveries this week

New Science Discoveries in 21st Century

Modern technology has conquered the world. The world is now in the grip of technology. Just as technology has brought people to the pinnacle of progress, it has also made difficult tasks easier. Apart from that, the skyrocketing success of technology has the potential to destroy civilization. However, its evils can be controlled by humans. We have to be aware of this. Because people can innovate technology and control again. Modern man is moving forward relying on science and technology. Discovery of technology science. Proper use of technology depends on its director. All human inventions can be used for both good and evil.

These discoveries are not haram or curse for human beings as technology is a special blessing of Allah Ta'ala for human beings. There is no reason to lag behind in the use of scientific discoveries. Throughout the ages prophets and messengers have used the best technology in their age. They have shown expertise in everything from da'wah work. Therefore, technology is beneficial for all mankind including Islam and Muslims.

More exciting technology is coming to us in the future, which may change the way we think about life. But now I will highlight some of the new science discoveries this week here.

WiFi around the world: 

Almost all of us have problems with the Internet when traveling in the countryside. Internet services have not yet reached 50 percent of remote areas in Asia, Africa, and even Europe. But soon this problem will not exist. An organization called 'One Web' is working on behalf of Virgin Group. They will bring the whole world under WiFi in 10 years. They are launching 10 satellites in 2018, by 2026 900 satellites of 'One Web' will orbit the earth. Wi-Fi will reach all over the world, desert seas, mountain peaks, canyons, no one will ever have to worry about internet anywhere.

Google will detect cancer: 

Medical scientists at Google X Laboratory have been working for progress for a long time. Google's research lab has made great discoveries in nanotechnology and medicine. A new addition to the list is the cancer detection pill. In most cases, early detection of cancer is more likely to cure it. The longer it takes to identify, the greater the risk of death. So everyone expects Google's pill to play a significant role in cancer prevention.

Head replacement: 

For the past four decades, the best scientists-researchers-doctors around the world have been working tirelessly to discover a cure for paralysis. The main cause of paralysis is injury to the spinal cord in the middle of the spine. So how the spinal cord works, how to make it more secure or how to repair an injured cord has long been a source of headache for researchers. Recently Dr. Canavero made a groundbreaking discovery in this field of medicine. He plans to cut and repair the spinal cord and attach it with magnetic induction. A single surgery will cost more than one and a half crore dollars (about 130 crore Bangladeshi rupees)! He has already performed this successful operation on a corpse in China, now it remains to examine living people! According to many, his discovery would destroy the order of nature and bring disaster. Because the people who are impossibly rich, they can change the body at will. Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl. Although it sounds like a science fiction story, according to Dr. Canavero, something like that might happen in the future.

Technology that will blend into the skin: 

Jinan Bao, a professor of chemical engineering at Stanford University, and his team recently discovered the world's first electronic biopolymer that can blend into the skin after use. Maybe one day everyone will be able to do technical work through skin without any kind of smartphone or computer. Researchers hope that this technology will unravel the unknown mysteries of the human body.

Fuel from water: 

But the earth does not sit still. Researchers at the University of Glasgow have begun to speculate about how it is possible to produce hydrogen fuel. In an article published in the journal Science, Likronin, a professor of chemistry at the university, said that according to their method, hydrogen could be used as an inorganic fuel with the help of a special liquid. It will not cost so much electricity or energy, but the energy that is used to make wind from the sun and wind can be used to make hydrogen fuel.

Robotic hand: 

Octopus is a very popular animal in the scientific community. Octopuses are used in many scientific studies and for inspiration. Some of the best inventions of this era, such as the 'suction cup' (which helps robots hold objects) or the eight-legged underwater robot (which can swim underwater and carry anything heavy), have been made following octopuses. MIT's Darbeloff Laboratory recently developed a wearable robotic arm model based on eight octopus trunks. You can use this extra hand for dangerous work by keeping pace with your own hand movements. In this case, even if you do not use your own hands.

True telepathy: 

Scientific research on the brain has come a long way. Scientists from France, the United States and Spain have already succeeded in communicating the world's first telepathy. Using a technology called electro-encephalogram, two scientists based in France and India used the Internet to communicate with each other through brain signals. As a result of this communication, they exchanged words between the two brains without any words or gestures, which is considered to be one of the most exciting neuroscience studies of its time.

Bionic Brain: 

RMIT scientists have been able to discover more powerful memory devices by following the memory cells of the brain. This sophisticated device is small in size and several times faster than usual. Computer motherboards and memory can be made more efficient with the same technology as well as separate memory devices, said RMIT researcher Sarat Sriram. It is possible to bring any device closer to the bionic brain by fully mimicking the brain's signal system. And this discovery is the milestone of that far-reaching journey.

Indian spacecraft: 

Recently, when the spacecraft 'Mangalayan' entered the orbit of Mars, every television in the world was busy broadcasting it in their breaking news. A spacecraft from our subcontinent has landed on Mars in tandem with a power like the United States and China. 

Finger number six: 

Bollywood actor Ritwik Roshan may have seen two thumbs in his right hand. Although that extra finger is of no use, scientists have now discovered a technology that can be used to connect one mechanical finger to both hands, just like the other 10 fingers. With Bluetooth, you can move it like a real finger.

Danny Cold, a New Zealand designer, has created a finger with a 3D printer that can be attached to the wrist with a wristband! (The 3D printer is another amazing thing. With it, people can print everything from clothes to pistols.) There will be a sensor on the foot that will move like a real finger through Bluetooth. The technology is expected to revolutionize the field of music, surgery, etc., where the finger is needed.

In addition, the US space agency NASA has announced the discovery of seven new planets like Earth. NASA scientists have found seven Earth-like planets orbiting a small star in the Earth's galaxy. The scientists' findings were recently published in the journal Nature. The discovery of the new planet was also announced at a press conference at NASA headquarters in Washington. The size and mass of the seven planets is roughly the same as that of the Earth. Scientists claim that there is a bright potential for oceans to support the development of life in these three. Scientists consider the search for planets around a star 40 light-years from Earth a rare discovery. Michael Gallon, an astronomer at the University of Liz in Belgium, who led the research team, said: "This is the first time that so many planets have been found around a star. There is only one star between the planets. It has been named Trapist-1. Scientists estimate that there may be a search for life, there may be water.

Astronomers have discovered about 300,000 new galaxies using the Loafer radio telescope. Scientists hope to learn more about how black holes and galaxies are formed.

The discovery of science has brought happiness, peace, prosperity and comfort in our daily life. Human civilization has evolved from the primitive age to the present age. At its core is science. Science continues to try to overcome all diseases and grief. Man has built this huge edifice of civilization with the impeccable harvest of dreams and pursuits of his age. He has created this Tilottama idol of civilization by accumulating his life force by pouring blood drop by drop on his chest. 

At the root of that civilization is the power of the arm, the intelligence of the brain, the sensation of the senses, and the love of the heart. Science is the fruit of human endeavor. Science has given people speed, made the pace of civilization faster, made the world smaller. Science has given man the irresistible triumph of inexhaustible energy.

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