Sunday, 2 September 2018

Globally Brain is affected by 'Meat Products'

                                                                             

Globally Brain is affected by Meat Products
                                                                                   Date 8-8-2018
From
Nalin Ranjan, Scientist

To
BBC World News- London
Sir,
      I am surprise to see an article titled as High-fibre food reduces stress appeared in the The Times of India dated 2-8-2018 stating Eating of high fibre food such as vegetable may help fight stress related disorders such as anxiety, depression and irritable bowel syndrome, a study has found. Bacteria in the gut produce short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs), which are the main source of nutrition for cells in this region of the body. Foods such as grains, Legumes and vegetable contain high level of fibres and will stimulate the production of these SCFAs, Scientists at University College Cork and Teagasc Food Research Centre in Ireland found that there was decreased levels of stress and anxiety-like behavior when SCFAs were introduced. Moreover, stress experienced over a prolonged period of time can affect the bowel by making the barrier between the inside of the gut and the rest of the body less effective.
     Regard to this I had written a thesis on meat product involuntarily it increases the Body Mass Index (BMI) such as hands in the upper arms and fore arms regions and so are thys and calf muscles of the legs including bone weights. As a result of this BMI increases the buttocks circumference. In order to meet these requirements it automatically increases the bowel area that causes stress related disorders such as anxiety, depression and irritable bowel syndrome which is likely to affect the Short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs). Ultimately it leads to fatty sperm through meat products.
    More details are published in my Blog website titled as “Global warning to all meat eaters!” can be assessed from the following website
      Let my dreams come true again.
By
     Nalin Ranjan
 Brain Research Work

Copy of this report posted to “Late Dr. Stephen Hawking from London” on 8-8-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Society for Neuroscience” on 8-8-018
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Michio Kaku, Scientist from United States- California” on 8-8-2018
Copy of this report posted to “The Times of India” on 8-8-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Federation of European Neuroscience Society (FENS) on 8-8-2018
Kings College London Neuroscience” on 8-8-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Jennifer Kllay, Asst. Professor of Physics at California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Neil Degresse Tyson from United States –New York” on 8-8-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Donald Trump – The President of United States” on 8-8-2018

Why Omega-3 not helpful in protecting 'Heart attacks'?



                                              

Why Omega-3 not helpful in protecting Heart attacks?
                                                                                    Date 19-7-2018
From
Nalin Ranjan, Scientist
To
 BBC World News- London

Sir,
     I am surprise to see an article today titled as “Omega-3 no protection against heart attack” appeared in a popular news paper called ‘The Times of India’ dated 19-7-2018 stating that Omega-3 fish oil supplements taken by millions of people worldwide to keep their heart and brain healthy won’t help you live longer and may even lower levels of protective cholesterol, a major review has found. A review by a UK-based nonprofit Cochrane Library evaluating 79 of the best conducted experiments on omega-3 supplements’ health benefits found they make “little or no have difference” to premature deaths. The report did not have enough evidence to look at whether oily fish itself was beneficial but the omega-3 fats they contain, when taken as a supplement like cod liver oil, had no benefits.

     I would like to put it in a more perspective wayWhy omega-3 is not helpful in protecting heart attacks’ caused by high level of fatty particles in the blood called lipoprotein (a) (so called bad cholesterol) can easily lead to heart attack. People having lp(a) levels between 150 and 300 are likely to have cardiac arrest or stroke. This low density lipoprotein cholesterol can be easily avoided through this photon transfer of electrons increase the voltage in the brain that enhances the dipole dipole force which is nothing but Higgs bosom particle strengthening all the ionize blood cells to carry more oxygen in them. And with this excess voltage in the brain able to remove all unwanted fatty particles in the blood that gets discharge  through this newly grown scrotum tissues and the sticky substance totally gets deposited on the scrotum surface. This way it is possible to avoid any heart attack or stroke through the medium of light. Same thing I had already stated in my website titled as “Light helps me to create this invisible growth acts as an excreta” dated 26-1-2013. Now this can be assessed from the following website.

I also published another paper titled as Goodbye to heart attack” dated 26-7-2015. Same can be assessed from this website

Let this beauty speak itself in life.

By
       Nalin Ranjan
 Brain Research Work

Copy of this report posted to Dr Michio Kaku, Scientist from United States –California” on 19-7-2018
Copy of the is report posted to Dr. Neil Degresse Tyson, Scientist from United States –New York” on 19-7-2018
Copy of this report posted to “The Times of India’ on 19-7-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Late Dr. Stephen Hawking, Scientist from London” on 19-7-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Lawrence Krauss, Scientist from United States –California” on 19-7-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Federation of European Neuroscience Societies” on 20-7-2018
Copy of this report posted to “CERN Org. – LHC scientists in search for ‘fifth force of Nature” on 19-7-2018
Copy of this report posted to “BBC World News” on 19-7-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Donald Trump – The President of United States” on 20-7-2018
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Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Why women are more vulnerable to electronic devices?


                                                                           

          Why women are more vulnerable to all electronic devices?

                                                                                                      Date 24-6-2018
From
Nalin Ranjan, Scientist

To
BBC World News – London

Sir,
     After writing a thesis on 19-6-2018 Video gaming addiction affects the human brain titled as “Global Brain Drain Through Video Games” published five days ago. Again I am seeing another article titled as Women more vulnerable to ‘iPad necks’ appeared in ‘The Times of India’ dated 22-6-2018 stating Women are over two times more likely to be plagued by ‘iPad neck’ –a condition defined as persistent pain in the neck and upper shoulders due to excessive use of tablets due to their bad postures, a study has found.
The study, published in the journal of physical Therapy Science, found that iPad neck’ is associated with a lack of back support while keeping the tablet on one’s lap during usage. Other postures include lying one’s side or back.
     I would like to put it in a more perspective way that women’s generally puts on more weight after giving birth. This excess weight in the body generally affects the body as a whole. And when they  start using electronic devices it affects even more thus lacking the oxygen supply to the brain unable to cope up with the body mass that create not only neck and shoulder pain. But it physically affects the whole body through these electronic devices due to body postures.
     These bodily postures really create stress, strain and fatigue while operating the electronic devices takes a toll on the brain. This I had already analyzed after inventing my Medical Instrument patented in the year 1998. Now this can be assessed from the following Website titled as “Why electronic devices deactivates the brain cells?

 Any electronic devices can easily limit the oxygen supply to the brain while watching the display on the screen deprives the brain functions. As a result of this it causes non communicable diseases in men and women through the medium of light.  
Now refer another paper titled under my blog website ‘Secrets of the brain unravelled’ given the sub titled as “Global Bain Drain Through Video Games” can be assessed from this website

   More details also found in my face book titled as “Why electronic devices deactivate the brain cells?”, which I published on 8-2-2018.     Same can be assessed from here

   Let this beauty speaks itself in life.
By
     Nalin Ranjan
Brain Research Work

Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Michio Kaku, Scientist from United States –California: on 25-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “:Penn Centre for Neuroscience and Society” on 25-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to Imperial College Neuroscience Society” on 25-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to Dr. Lawrence Krauss, Scientist from United States – California” on 25-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to Dr. Jennifer Klay, Scientist Asst Professor of Physics at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo” on 25-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to Dr. Philip Plait, Scientist via You Tube-‘The Sun Blast out’ on 25-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “CERN Org. Geneva (LHC) : We want to Break physics’ on 25-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Global Sisterhood” on 25-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Donald Trump – The President of United States” on 25-6-2018

Global Brain Drain Through Video Games

                                                                     

                   Global Brain Drain Through Video Games
                                                                              Date 19-6-2018
From
Nalin Ranjan, Scientist

To
BBC World News-London

Sir,
  I am surprise to see an article today titled as “Gaming addiction a mental health disorder” stating Video gaming can be addictive in the same way as cocaine or gambling, the world Health Organization said on Monday.
    “After consulting with experts across the world, and reviewing evidence in an exhaustive manner, we decided that this condition should be added,” said Shekhar Saxena, director of the WHO’s Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
      On line and offline “gaming disorder is grouped with “disorders due to substance use or additive behaviours” in the ICD’s 11th edition.
      The wording of the new entries has been known since January, when the WHO announced problem gaming would be recognized as a pathological condition. Key symptoms include “impaired control” notably the inability to stop playing and focusing on the game to the exclusion if everything else.

     I would like to put it in a more perspective way while playing video games is a theme to become more attentive in avoiding many objects that starts moving at different speed and in different ways of attacking them on the monitor screen. And the focusing eyes takes a heavy beating on the brain in avoiding or hitting speeding objects that literally affects the voltage power in the brain while playing, making certain synapses to become more active than the other synapses that triggers mental disorder in video gamers. Apart from this video games even non video gaming too gets other forms of non communicable diseases had become more common after stone-age man made the right hand more stronger than the left hand, and for left hander’s it is other way round. This different in strength between the two hands makes the synapses inefficient that reduces the voltage power in the brain is one of the causes for non communicable diseases in human.
    More details are given in my Blog Website titled as “How to avoid injuries in skill work for depressed women” can be assessed from the following website

    My earlier version displayed on 11-6-2015 titled as “How to protect children from Autism Spectrum Disorder can be read from this website

    Results are also found in this website “Why pre-historic human heads were 
big compared to Modern Man? Now this can be assessed from this Website
    Let this beauty speaks itself in life.

By
      Nalin Ranjan
Brain Research Work

Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Neil Degrasse Tyson, Scientist from United States - New York” on 19-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to Imperial College Neuroscience Society” on 19-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “European Society for Medical Oncology” on 19-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “CERN – LHC Restart: We want to break Physics” on 19-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “UCL Neuroscience Society” on 19-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Lawrence Krauss, Scientist from United States –California” on 19-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to 'The Hindu" on 20-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to "Dr Jennifer Klay, Scientist - Asst Professor of Physics at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo" on 20-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to NASA Space Org.
Space.Com on 19-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Donald Trump – The President of United States” on 19-6-2018

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Sleep deprivation affects the economic growth

                                                                             

Sleep deprivation affects the economic growth
                                                                           Date 8-6-2018
From
Nalin Ranjan, Scientist

To
BBC World News –London

Sir,
      I am surprise to see an article again titled as “Inadequate sleep may cost countries billions” appeared in ‘The Times of India dt 5-6-2018 stating “Sleep, a health problem affecting at least one three adults worldwide, could cost countries billions. A study has found. Researchers from Victoria University and University of Western Australia attempted to measure the economic consequences of limited sleep times in Australia. Limited sleep time is defined as “difficulties with sleep initiation, maintenance or quality associated with the presence of impaired daytime alertness” at least several days a week.
      The study, published in the journal Sleep, evaluated financial and non-financial cost data derived from national surveys and databases.
      Again, I would like to put it in a more perspective way how to overcome this inadequate sleep in people when they start working longer hours in office or in factories.  One hour ahead before leaving office or factories he/she should work on my invented Medical Instrument just for one hour can easily remove all stress, strain, fatigue as well as eyes strain that make him/her to become fresh again at end the of  the day. This way it will make the brain healthier through my invented Medical Instrument that enhances the dipole dipole force which is nothing but Higgs Boson particle that strengthens all the ionize blood cells to carry more oxygen in them. This excess oxygen gives a sound sleep, thus making the brain as fresh as ever.
    Earlier itself I had displayed in my blog website titled as “Globally GDP is declining by sleepy workers” published on 31-5-2017 can be assessed from this website
     Let this beauty overcome sleepiness.
By
     Nalin Ranjan
Brain Research Work
Copy of this report posted to “Dr Neil Degresse Tyson, Scientist from United States –New York” on 8-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Lawrence Krauss, Scientist from United States- California” on 8-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Jennifer Klay, Scientist - Asst Professor of Physics at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo” on 8-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Federation of European Neuroscience Societies” on 8-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Imperial College Neuroscience Society” on 8-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to Dr. Philip Plait, Scientist from United States – California” on 8-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to Dr. Michio Kaku, Scientist from United States – California” on 8-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Penn Centre for Neuroscience and Society” on 8-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “CERN-LHC restart: We want to break physics” on 8-6-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Donald Trump- The President of United States” on 8-6-2018
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Globally children are affected by this 'Touch Screen'


Globally children are affected by this Touch screen
                                                                                                                Date 27-09-2017
From
Nalin Ranjan, Scientist

To
Society for Neuroscience-Mexico
               How to avoid sleepwalking and sleepless nights in children?
Sir,
I am surprise to see two articles one being titled as “Touch-screen giving kids sleepless nights” and the other one titled as “Tech breeding generation of sleepwalkers: expertboth had appeared in ‘The Times of India corresponding to the date as 14-4-2017 and 12-9-2017. Since it had appeared as news I would like to give some solution how to tackle those sleepless nights as well as sleepwalking in children. My personal advice is only for children ranging between 4 -17 years are more inquisitive to operate the smartphone. In order to operate the smartphone parents can make use of their weakness to enable the child to climb coconut trees or iron post by attaching a string to the phone bag and raising it to a limited height of the tree or iron post. With this kind of enthusiasm child takes the initiative to climb the coconut tree to fetch the phone by clinching the string using the mouth piece. And thereafter parents should insist the child to climb three or four times a day. By doing so he/she gradually learns the art of climbing trees using their bare feet that could easily lead to a healthier brain in young age. This is how prehistoric humans got used in climbing trees to fetch food from trees about three million years ago.
It is purely due to four limb action and close proximity of the eyes enhance the voltage power for the brain. This is the best way to avoid sleepwalking and sleepless nights in children by practicing the climbing habit till he/she attains the age of adult. Thereafter he/she will be as healthier as ever if they don’t use electronic devices not more than 3-8 minutes to keep the brain’s voltage power for a longer duration. This excess usage of electronic devices naturally kills the brain by decelerating the voltage power enhanced by the four limb action. So it is not advisable to give any cell phone below the age of four years, but try to restrict them from using it. Just by climbing it makes the body and the brain as healthy as ever.
Let this beauty speaks itself in young children’s too.
By
Nalin Ranjan
Brain Research Work
Copy of this report posted to “Kings College London Neuroscience’ on 27-9-2017
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BBC World News 'The World Today' 20 January 2014 Tribute to Komla Dumor (Part 2)

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