Search Engines are God for blogging?Do you accept it?Google brings the most traffic for any blogger and yahoo comes next.But sometimes google bans users for some reasons that is not clearly understood in the blogosphere.People carry on the same practices to get their other sites to be not listed in google.So i thought i could list out some common facts that causes your site not to be indexed in google search listings and how to be cautious.
REASONS FOR GOOGLE BAN ON WEBSITES:
If you copy,you are out!! Yes,this is very clear and google considers your content as duplicate [...]
A California high school history teacher has been found guilty of violating the First Amendment by calling a student’s comments about creationism “religious, superstitious nonsense”. Ouch! It gets worse.
In a December 2007 lawsuit, [Advanced Placement European history student, Chad] Farnan, then a sophomore, accused Corbett of repeatedly promoting hostility toward Christians in class and advocating “irreligion over religion” in violation of the First Amendment’s establishment clause.
The establishment clause prohibits the government from making any law “respecting [...]
As usual a news show tries to trump up how the Equinox is the only time you can balance an egg on end. This is entirely untrue, debunked by Phil Plait here and here. But that’s not the fun part of the below video.
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Logical fallacies are viewpoints brought up during arguments which appear logical on the surface, but when you dig a little deeper are in fact mostly unfounded. One common fallacy is the appeal to authority, where you assume that just because someone is an “authority,” that they have to be right. For example, “Pope Urban VIII said that Galileo’s views were wrong, so since I trust the Pope I’m going to agree with the Pope and say that the universe is actually geocentric.” Sometimes the flaw is that the “authority” isn’t actually authoritative [...]
Once again Texas has reviewed and revised its state science standards, and once again they’re trying to put in creationism. In this instance it’s particularly bad because textbooks for the largest state in the US will be selected based upon these standards. If this bothers you, especially if you live in Texas yourself, here’s some info on who to contact to complain and bring some sanity back into the process.
The Fair Copyright in Research Works Act is supposedly intended to protect the intellectual property of scientists and their funding sources. Right now the NIH requires that all research funded by them be made available to the public for free after a certain proprietary period (in addition to their usual publication in peer-reviewed journals). Passing the bill would allow the NIH (and other federal groups such as the NSF, etc.) to remove this requirement from federally funded researchers, so that the researchers could choose to (or additional private funding sources could require them to) only [...]
More land-using organizations should start putting up wind turbines, if the results from Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort in Hancock MA is any indication. Putting up a single turbine is saving them $450,000 per year, around 1/3 of their energy bill. Fortunately for them, the windmill produces the most electricity during the winter when it’s the most windy, and seeing as they’re a sky resort it’s also when they use the most electricity (primarily due to their snow-making machines). (I can’t help but think that if more companies used turbines, that we’d slow global warming [...]
I’m working on creating an online course that is the equivalent of my face-to-face intro astronomy course. Think of it as an “astronomy for poets” course, as there’s very little math, and it’s an overview course. Below is the first online lecture for it, or if the embedding doesn’t work well for you, here’s the direct link.
Have I mentioned I love order of magnitude estimates?
How Fermi could estimate things!Like the well-known Olympic ten rings,And the one-hundred states,And weeks with ten dates,And birds that all fly with one… wings.
–David Morin, Harvard University
There’s plenty more physics limericks on Dr. Morin’s webpage or in his physics textbook.