The Power Of Technologies
Include all the senses while watching. Hearing, sight, smell, feeling, use of imagination. In the stages of creation and invention, our power of imagination, the world of imagination, the ability to create sketches in the brain, plays a very important role. I will give you an activity. Design a building in your mind, then describe it in your own words. This will be your competition. I will see whose building has more Partial Details, we will reward him. Then I will give you the task of creating a garden in Imagination, then I will see whose garden has more partial details. Then I will ask you to design a machine in Imagination. Then I will see, how much detail is in it, and how much is Order or Disciple? Let’s name all this activity. For example, we can call it the proposed imagination Model (PIM).
There will be competition to make different models, that is, how you want to see Pakistan. Build your Pim. Explain it in words. It will be a lot of fun.
The Process Of Counting And Remembering:
Quantifying and recall Details:
When you observe an object, count the details of how many parts or aspects it has and then repeat standing there in Imagination, what I just saw, what I felt, how many parts or aspects there were, etc.
Identifying Forgotten Things:
In the process of remembering after the observation, point out the things in your imagination that you saw. But now he does not remember. Raise such a question. What was that scene that I can’t remember? Keep such questions in mind, and look for answers to your questions on re-observation.
The Use Of Doubt And Opposition In Observation:
Newton observed the apple and asked the opposite question, why didn’t this apple go up? You raise opposition questions in the observation. Why not light darkness? Use the suspicion that this is happening, but it can happen. True, this can be bypassed-but not unless you’re a techie who knows what he’s doing.
These are the general principles of observation. Now we come to the part where we talk about the middle ground, the science of observation.
Great inventions as a result of observing nature:
Apparently, no scientific fact or application of our common observations is known but when we work on a big project, these little things cause our big problems. Little things are not meaningless. Big things are hidden in small things. Children will remember Julia A. Carney’s poem Little Things.
- Little drops of water
- little grains of sand
- make the mighty ocean
- and the pleasant land
This American woman has said this poem is wonderful, you can sing it too. It’s in meters. She says that droplets of water combine to form oceans and small particles combine to form large beautiful land regions. You see this fact. The atom is a small thing. Man is the smallest particle of matter. The man considered it, then discovered great energy treasures such as atomic energy and atomic bombs and hydrogen bombs. When man understood the importance of 0 and 1, he invented the computer. The computer works on the principle of Zero One, One Zero, and gives us data processing. Meaning amazing facts are hidden in small things. Consider the little things for big inventions and facts. Now it is a small thing to understand what we do. Alphabets is a small thing, understanding what we do. 1.2.3 Counting is a small thing, understanding what we do. Always consider Fundaments on a small basis for everything. This is what you say, I find this article difficult. I don’t understand such and such. You must have skipped the basics of this article. Go read them again. Then tell me, you will be happy to say, this article is very interesting.
Are you familiar with LED lights?
You will be amazed that LEDs are made by understanding, by observing Firefly. Dr. Nicholas Andre of the University of Sherbrook, Canada, invented an LED that explains the specific design of the jaguar’s body with the help of nanotechnology, which allows us to receive more light with less energy. Similarly, when a high-speed train passes through a mountain tunnel, it is very noisy, said a Japanese engineer who has a long beak. He designed the design of the bullet train by understanding the design of his body with the help of a computer.