Its Gandhi not Ghandi... not to nit-pick, i'm just trying spread the info, personally i'm not fond of Gandhi...
Dallas hsa its 635.... always has traffic... even at 2 am, daily has around 5-6 accidents which i hear on radio...
When i learnt Science in school, we were taught that "Energy cannot be created nor destroyed, but can be transformed from one form into another" (I know this doesn't hold true especially under Einstien's equation E = mc2), but i guess you get the point.
So if we are going to spend the energy doing "work" by travelling, then it begs the question where we would get it from all the time?
I don't think car would run just on its exhaust, if there is not external energy system,
If the scientist succeeds then he might be on a brink of discovering something we call as a "Perpetual Machine"
I guess you got your numbers wrong.
1.3 people in china--> true
3 billion people in US --> NOT true
i guess you meant 0.3 billion OR say 300 million people.
You are continuing with the same mistake Christopher Columbus did, he was searching for Asian-India and he landed on America and called people here Indians.
Now when the talk is been happening on Asian-Indian drugs
My 2005 Dell Inspirion 6000, has 15.4" lcd display with highest resolution of 1900 X 1200 (Yes more than full HD 1080p).
The display is just awesome, the laptop is still going strong....:), just changed hard disk once, and the OEM hard-disk i have put in a 3.5" external hard-disk encolsure and is working fine.
It'll be to coronary care what Nano is to cars, say scientists at Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, who have devised an
artificial heart that could save lives for just Rs 1 lakh.
The research team says trials of the prototype lab--constructed heart have been successful on small animals and the gadget is being perfected on goats. The institute has applied for permission to conduct human trials.
The Total Artificial Heart (TAH) — said to be the first such in the country — has been developed by a team of scientists at IIT-Kgp's school of medical science
After four years of painstaking research, the scientists say their creation is better and far more affordable than the first artificial heart developed in the US, which showed a ``high rate failure'' and at Rs 30 lakh, beyond the reach of the common man.
Good for kids... but nothing serious...