Overpopulation is a significant challenge for every human life. The entire world needs to address and tackle this issue, not just a few countries. To overcome the challenge, proposals for self-sustaining floating settlements are being discussed. So why not try and understand a concept that can be applied to various cities? These kids have applied … Continue reading “FLOAT AND SINK CITY: A LOOK INTO FUTURISTIC CITIES”
No government can provide help instantly if a certain area is hit by a natural calamity like flood. Taking the matter into your own hands becomes a compulsion. So, this flood relief project provide a effective solution that can be used by people at the time of floods for their own safety.
As understood by the name itself, Archimedes’ principle was discovered by an ancient Greek mathematician who was also an inventor named Archimedes. He called Archimedes’ principle as a physical law of buoyancy.
Archimedes is considered by many as the greatest scientist of the ancient world. Born in Syracuse, Greece, in 287 BC, Archimedes was equally adept at Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy, besides being a prolific inventor and engineer. Among his many inventions is the Archimedes screw, the Archimedes Claw, the heat ray, the block-and-tackle pulley, the odometer, an improved version of the catapult and the basic principles for the for the lever. Many of his inventions, theories and concepts are still in use today.