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 Atom and  Nuclei fission

Fatema Miah: From Climate science into Nuclei Atom the existential element for a while. I will go back to Climate science again after nuclear.  My both sons studying Physics. It feels great to have a family conversation on Nuclear Physics and it’s chemical fission. Nuclei or well known as Nuclear  energy is the currents worlds dominant subject matter. We understand ...

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Major Transportation Problem in Bangladesh

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, includes a population of over 10 million with a growth rate of 8% every year. Road transport system plays a vital role in Bangladesh. It has achieved a tremendous growth in the road transport sector during the last twenty years. Transport system facilities really are a fundamental need throughout modern societies. ...

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Astronautic Science: UFO, Alien and  thought of colonisation to outer Space

Fatema Miah: Thought of colonisation into outer space been triggered in, for such desire with eagerness, process made through assessing with scientific expertise knowledge  to test its viability. Our scientific orientation focusing back to 80s  topic Alien. Alien was the advance scientific subject of top hot topic of conversation in 70s and 80s.  The understanding of  science and  amusement was ...

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Major changes in London mission

Nadeem Qadir: The Bangladesh High Commission in London is undergoing a major shake-up, much to the relief of the diaspora, who had made repeated complaints about a number of officers and staff serving at 28 Queens Gate. A highly placed government source told the Asian Age that the shake-up had started after a number of incidents, including the dishonoring of ...

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EU response to May’s plan could cost her more ministers

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Recently flurry of resignations from Theresa May’s cabinet is causing consternation and frustration around European capitals, with politicians and commentators expressing concerns that chaos in Westminster will paralyse Brexit negotiations and accelerate Britain’s departure from the geopolitical stage. The prospect of further disarray would more likely cause consternation than schadenfreude in Berlin, said Josef Janning, who heads ...

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Reformation and inequality.

Fatema Miah: The ministers and the government reshuffled to budget and have as usual targeted the vulnerable categorical group of aging people again. The pension age increased again. It was me and my age group  twice on the raw in the past two decades have been picked up, goal post moved and increased the retirement age for state pension. Reformation ...

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Nuclear physics improvement and better functional engineering.

Fatema Miah: Nuclear physics is nothing extra-terrestrial, it is our own existential elementary aspect as I explained before that are captured by engineering. The expertise of rocket science flights  into outer space and  satellite navigation programmes all began from the earth existential  elementary resource. We are impressively amused with our Satellite and rocket functional activities, we praise, assume and hope ...

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Nuclear power plants disasters and Fukushima

Fatema Miah: Both my sons studying Physics, One at University and youngest at 6th form. To be able to keep up with discussion and to be on the same page I joined this Physics research group of Nuclear physicists, professionals, experts, educators and genre enthusiasts.  Here it continues from last two articles: There were incidents  at power plant Nuclear stations. ...

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Nuclear  and radioactivity

Fatema Miah: In the previous article I explained Atom and it’s functional elements, and radioactivity.  Let’s, talk about Nuclear power station and Nuclear Waste. We have taken electricity for grated,  most citizen across the  world aren’t even aware of vast process behind the electricity we use. World must be educated on electric generating process to be appreciative and to be ...

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UK children can’t breathe because London air is so polluted

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Children in London schools are being exposed to higher levels of damaging air pollution inside the classroom than outside, putting them at risk of lifelong health problems, a new study has revealed. Scientists studied five primary schools and one nursery in the capital as part of research into levels of air pollution indoors. The research shows that ...

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