Telepathy is no more a paranormal activity, scientific experiment claims; it never was

Do you believe in telepathy? Do you think a person can actually transfer his thoughts to another person’s mind without any physical means?

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If you think of telepathy as a baseless but beautiful imagination found only in Hollywood’s superhero movies, then you gotta think twice. The latest research on telepathy, conducted by researchers from Harvard University, claims that telepathic communication is actually possible.

After the success in the experiment, researchers have started thinking of ways this power can be utilized for the welfare of humanity.

What happened in the telepathy experiment?

The story of the scientific experiment on telepathy goes like this: Continue reading

How to add subtitles to mp4 files with Subtitle Workshop? Add Unicode subtitles with Aegisub: the easy way.

About a week ago, I decided to learn how to add subtitles to an mp4 video and upload it on YouTube. And in the process, I nearly blew my head off.

I wanted to add English subtitles to a Nepali video. I’d thought I’d complete it within an hour as the video was only ten minutes long.

But it took me 3 days.

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Don’t get disheartened if at the spur of the moment you decided to put some subtitles to an mp4, upload it on YouTube and have thousands of views.

Let your troubles be mine. I’ve gone through it so just let me help you.

In this post you will:

Learn the easiest way to add subtitles to mp4 videos. (Obviously which, I found after hours of hair pulling.)

Learn how to add subtitles to mp4 videos in your native language. (Nepali, Hindi, Chinese or whatever.)

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Miracle boy Aditya Dahal isn’t just a Google boy, Nepalis say

Aditya Dahal, a four year old boy, from Kathmandu is making the headlines in the Nepali media these days. Media has named him Google Boy as he seems to know every answer.

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Some even claim that he is more than a Google boy. Something miraculous is going on within him. Something, the contemporary science hasn't been able to explain so far.

Let’s go through why he could be a miracle for the 21st century and how he could be an enigma science needs to solve.

Things that tell that Aditya Dahal could be a miracle

Aditya was a normal baby till he was two and a half. Then, he lost his ability of normal speech and movement.

1. Due to his disability, his parents never thought of admitting him into school as he can neither talk nor even sit without help from others.

2. About two months back, the parents found that he could write though no one in the family had taught him how to read or write.

3. He writes flawless Nepali but it does take him a lot of time to write a single word.

4. He answers almost all the questions a four year old boy would not be able to understand. (Examples are given below)

5. He has knowledge of other languages (Korean …).

6. Under the curiosity of interviewers from Nepali news channels, he’s predicted things. (Scripted below)

Here’s the video with English subtitles where he demonstrates his super-normal ability. Continue reading

Why should there be more Happy News in your Facebook news feed? Seriously.

In the 90’s, British psychologists did an interesting experiment on whether sensational and emotionalized TV news can affect the mood of its viewers. 14 –minute TV news bulletins were shown to three groups but each news bulletin had different content.

One group watched news full of negativity, another group watched good news only and the other group had to watch news with no emotional content.

Later when the participants were interviewed, those who’d watched news of violence, crime, war, famine, political unrest, and injustice had bad mood compared with the mood of the participants from other groups.

They were clearly sadder and more anxious.

They were also prone to worrisome thoughts.

The bad news had made them exaggerate their personal worries so much so that they were making mountains out of molehills.

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That experiment was done in the 90’s when the internet wasn’t as widespread as it is today. Replace TV with the internet and you have Pandora’s Box on your palms and tables. Continue reading

Type in Nepali online or offline, on Facebook, Android and MS Word

You want to type in Nepali and update your status on Facebook and Twitter or comment on YouTube and other blogs in Nepali text from your computer or Android device, right?

You may also want to type in Nepali when you are offline. Maybe you want to write a letter, poem or a story in Nepali text on Microsoft Word.

If you were born two decades ago, typing in Nepali was a tedious task where you’d have to spend months learning how to type in Nepali on Microsoft Word. Back then, you needed to remember the keys ‘a’ as ब, ‘s’ as क, ‘d’ as म, ‘f’ as न and so on.

But typing in Nepali is dead simple these days. You needn’t take a 3 month class to be able to express yourself in Nepali on social networks or anywhere. Lucky you!

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Nepali Unicode converter tools have come to our rescue. Instead of remembering which key gives you the chandra bindu or shirobindu, what you type in Roman Nepali will be changed into Nepali text with these tools.

For an example, if you want to write ‘ नेपालीमा कसरी टाइप गर्ने’ , you just should be able to type ‘nepalimaa kasari taaip garne’. That does it.

And, this method works on all platforms, whether it is Facebook, Twitter, MS Office Word, WordPress, Blogger, YouTube, Android devices…

I don’t want to suggest you to learn typing in Nepali the conventional way, though that is one skill you need to learn if you want to be pretty quick at typing.

Instead here I present you two ways to type in Nepali on your Android phones, laptops and computers: Continue reading