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Do you need to know music theory

Do you need to know music theory to make musical beats? Puneet Arora  I have been wondering since my childhood  “How do people write such beautiful, meaningful and soul-touching lyrics. How are some people able to make and compose refreshing tunes? Is it science or art? Is it an amalgamation of creativity and knowledge or just an application of science? Now, when I meditate on these questions that have perplexed me all these years, I seem to become more and more convinced that music is a mathematical expression of sound to invoke different kinds of emotions in the living beings.  As it has now been proven scientifically that not only humans but plants and animals also respond to music. It is quite probable that those who love music may not generally love mathematics and a mathematician may like music as a   means of entertainment only. People of diverse vocations engage with music at different levels which means music affects different people differently. But one th

What is the simplest procedure of cultivating oyster mushrooms

What is the procedure of cultivating oyster mushrooms with sugarcane waste?  Puneet Arora According to me, the title of this article should be 'What is the procedure of cultivating organic oyster mushrooms '. The word 'organic' is very significant here because these mushrooms grow extremely well in any kind of natural woody environment. As a result, they do not require any artificial medium or chemicals to enhance their productivity. N ative oyster mushrooms can grow on a variety of substrates, the only condition being that they must be woody in nature. Following is the list of various kinds of substances that can be used as substrates for cultivation of oyster mushrooms . 1) Wood Chips /Wooden Logs 2) Pine Needles /Twigs 3) GroundNut Covers 4) Wheat Straw/Bran 5) Rice Straw 6) Any Millet Grain 7) Dry Sugarcane waste 8) And many more ... Material Required for Oyster Mushroom Cultivation at Home 1) 1 Kg Woody M

Interpretation of Results of Clustering Algorithms

Interpretation of Results of Clustering Algorithms  Puneet Arora Clustering is a process that helps us find groups of objects that would otherwise not be visible in a dataset without subjecting it to the clustering algorithm such as Kmeans. It is a form of unsupervised learning that algorithms do while iterating through the data. The algorithms learn about the nature of data points and their categories.  The question arises “How do we know how many categories or groups of objects are embodied in the dataset “.  There are two possible answers, first that we already know a priori or we do not know at all. In case, we already know how many groups /categories of objects are already there in the dataset the interpretation of the results of clustering algorithms is easy. But, how do we interpret the results of clustering algorithms that just to group / pattern discovery or pattern? How do we ensure that what it has discovered /clustered is accuracy enough?   Figure 1:

Trees Love Fungi

    Trees Love Fungi & Bacteria Loves Grasses                               Puneet Arora As Gardener, I m more than happy when the rain comes. Rains bring abundance and increase more life per inch on earth. It brings abundance to all sizes of organisms big, small and micro in the form of nutrition. In this process, the organisms execute cycles of symbiotic relations. This is because,  they have a special affinity towards special each other, and in a particular way.  Bacteria divide, mutate and multiply based on sweet food. The fungi spread and reproduce its offsprings using the dead organic matter. The autotrophs make food with the help of rain, sunlight and romance between the flowers and insects make the world full of abundance. Nothing happens in isolation. The whole nature is run by cycles of food webs [Figure 1]  . In other words. these cyclic food webs happen in air, soil and water to make nature run its business. Figure 1 : Cycle Of Food & Energy P

Interpretation of Dynamic Binning Algorithms

Interpretation of Dynamic Binning Algorithms Puneet Arora Introduction Binning is a process of dividing /segregating /dividing /partitioning of the data based on some logic. The process may be static or dynamic in nature. When we say it is a static process that means the logic clearly defines the size intervals or bins or buckets or clusters based on which the dataset is going to be divided. However, in many cases, there is a need to do a lot of pattern discovery or knowledge discovery. Discovery means things (a new concept, data, insight, knowledge ) that existed but was not known earlier. To discovery new insights from the data, the logic of partitioning may be clear but not the “interval”. For example, when a telescopic instruments scan the skies there might be multiple kinds of objects is it may capturing and they all may be moving in different directions and speed. Suppose, we want to find “interval” at which the celestial objects are moving and cluster them into g

Chakra Balancing Workshop in Chandigarh

Why do we need to balance our Chakras?                                                           Kamal Malhi  Chakras are rich and complex energy centres that oversee all aspects of your life.  From your physical body to self-esteem, creativity and your relationships with the world.  They are energy transmitters and receivers, and they also digest and process your life experiences.  Your Chakras carry past traumatic experiences and unresolved pain. Imbalances in chakras are the cause of chronic health and weakened emotional conditions.   On a daily basis, as we constantly move through the world, our physical bodies and our energy centres get impacted by our life experiences. Balancing these energies allows life to flow by overcoming blockages. Learn deeply, truly and practically by attending Chakra Balancing Workshop! Chakra Balancing Workshop in Chandigarh www.kamalmalhi.com, Ph: 91-8847679567 TimeLine :  March, 2020 :   7, 14,21,28  April, 2020  : 4,11, 18

Grow Natural Eat Natural Workshop

                                                       INVITATION                                   FOR                     TWO-DAY WORKSHOP                       ‘GROW NATURAL                    EAT NATURAL CAMPAIGN’                                                  Dated: 26-27th February 2020           Venue: Jiani Natural Farm, Village Katehra, District Fazilka  GROW NATURAL                    EAT NATURAL CAMPAIGN For the last 15 years, Kheti Virasat Mission is trying to build a movement of ‘ Natural Farming ’. After the prolonged discourse, we have concluded that the of toxic chemicals during the process of growing is not the only place where food is being poisoned. Industrial food processing, propagating unhealthy foods and wrong advice by the medical profession are also responsible for sickness generating food culture. So for promoting good health culture, we have to integrate good eating habits with good growing techniques. We have decided to integ

Love Yourself, on Valentine’s Day and Always

“Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we’ll ever do.” Brené Brown   Growing up I watched my grandparents’ relationship with longing. They anticipated each other’s needs, they did small loving gestures for each other every day, and they put the other fist without resentment. I longed to have a relationship like theirs one day and meet someone who understood me the way they understood each other. In contrast, I observed the relationship between my parents. My mother was constantly in a state of panic trying desperately to please my father. Her actions were always met with contempt and criticism, and her plies for attention and affection were ignored. He never anticipated her needs or cared about what she wanted. He did whatever he suited him, he said whatever he thought, criticized and complained constantly, rarely helped around the house, except for cooking, which he loved, and he always got his way in the relationship. I did not wan

What is slurry in BioGas | Organic Kitchen Gardening

What is slurry in BioGas | Organic Kitchen Gardening  Biogas slurry is a leftover solid material of aerobic digestion that is produced by a BioGas Plant. The process is done by anaerobic decomposition of animal dung/biowaste/OrganicWaste in the absence of oxygen. The end result is that it produces  two very useful products. The first one is 'biogas' which can be used for domestic purposes as a replacement for LPG.    The secondly one is the decomposed organic matter that is bio-slurry, Which is very useful as a fertilizer. Advantages of Bio-Slurry Include :  1) Biogas manure is better than Cow Dung as it is free from pathogens.  2)  Biogas slurry is excellent manure rich in Nitrogen and Phosphorous. 3)  It is odourless, hygienic to use and is absorbed easily by plants due to high bio-availability. 4)  It is used in less quantity as it provides better nourishment as compared to cow dung. 5) It is the best form of organic manure po

Lam-rim Quotes | Bodhicitta quotes | Enlightenment-mind Quotes

Lam-rim Quotes | Bodhicitta quotes   1) Obtaining and following the guru’s word, for us, is really wish-fulfilling, because by the following advice then you achieve everything, including enlightenment. The more you do that, the quicker and easier it is to achieve enlightenment. Each word of your guru that you follow is more precious than wish-granting jewels filling the whole sky. Remember this always, how precious and how important it is. 2)  What makes your whole life most beneficial is bodhicitta. The root of the path to enlightenment is correctly devoting oneself to the virtuous friend, in thought and action.  3)  The essence is to collect the most extensive merit in your daily life with the attitude of always keeping your motivation in bodhicitta, the thought to benefit all sentient beings. The more sentient beings you think about, the more merit you create. Try to think, whatever you do, 24 hours a day, of sentient beings: when you chant mantras when you