5 scientific benefits of gold

Indian culture is rich and if you’re an Indian, you already must be proud enough to tell the tales of deep and profound Indian culture. And to add icing on this cake, most of the Indian myths are based on true scientific facts.

Yes, there are many so-called atheists who would say anything to renegade these facts and it’s funny how they are basically more ignorant than other narrow-minded population of this huge sub-continent.

Ok, I can go on and on about India but that’s certainly enough controversial for me to talk about. I am here to talk about one of the oldest Indian fashion statement: Gold Ornaments.

So here are the 5 of many benefits of wearing Gold, and if you can afford, I’d suggest wearing some.

Blood Circulation

5 benefits of gold - blood circulation
Blood circulation

Gold helps in blood circulation. There is a reason it is suggested for Hindu brides to wear gold on their wedding day and later in their marriage life. The entire female makeup makes sense when you take the matter to science level. Due to heavy workload put on women in Indian communities, health problems arises starting from their 30s.

However, the gold ornament can aid in health benefits by circulating the blood in a regular and controlled manner. But it’s still not enough for most women as they suffer from imbalanced blood pressure and other problems related to blood and veins.

And when blood is regulated properly throughout the body, the temperature remains consistent and other health problems like fever and cold is seen less in women who wear gold. It’s a good idea to wear gold whenever you’re suffering from chickenpox or measles for this same reason. It strengthens our immune system.

Mental Problems

5 benefits of Gold - Mental healing
Gold can cool you off

When one reason is good enough, you can derive other benefits to the fundamental use of gold. And one of many derived uses: is its positive effect on your brain.

Your brain is active all the time. It never rests. That means it needs proper care including hydration, exercise and blood circulation.

We’ve already talked about blood circulation, I’ll not put more words into it. When blood is circulated properly, your brain becomes vitalized and functions better. if your ears are pierced, you can get some earrings to keep you cool.

Energy Flow

5 benefits of gold - chakra flow
Chakra flow

If you’ve read my theories on ghosts, you already know how energy flows in our body. There’s a central point in the body (located at body mass which is generally either chest or abs), which distributes energy continuously and uniformly throughout our body and we call that point chakra. There are 6 others main chakras that function accordingly. One chakra is located in your head that absorbs nature energy and other chakras that transmits this energy to your central nervous system. Gold can ease the process. However, I don’t have proper evidence to support my theory and I can definitely be wrong on this. 

But my deduction is based on the principle of gold’s physical properties. It is insoluble and can absorb and retain energy like a capacitor. But you can try it yourself. If you meditate, try to meditate next time with a gold chain around your neck and see the difference.

Effect on water

5 benefits of Gold - effect on water
effects on water

Water is one of the best things ever. I am not just saying this because I love beaches. Water is an essential element of our body and combined with gold, it is miraculous. Please remember, I would not recommend drinking water in a gold vessel under higher room temperature (below 40℃ is okay!).

Gold water strengthens the nervous system, it improves memory and increases stamina. It is also beneficial in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.

Heal Body

5 benefits of Gold - healing effects of gold
healing effects of gold

Gold! Ah!

There are chai companies like Tata tea gold and Taj Mahal Gold that uses the word Gold in their brand name for a reason. Gold has natural healing properties that are known by ancient Asian civilizations long before anyone could ever imagine.

Disclaimer: Metals like gold are essential for our body in small amounts. But in a larger amount, they become toxic. I’d not recommend you to follow the suggestions provided in this article if you suffer metal allergy of any sort. Consult a real physicist (not on Internet) if needs be.

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How advanced are we, when we talk about technology.

A few days ago, I was cleaning my hard-drive and found old Gameboy games sitting in a corner. I started playing Super Mario Bros and Yoshi’s adventures for hours. It was a good time playing some old school games on my techy MacBook .

Suddenly I realized, I used to struggle a lot to play emulator games on my computer. Slow rendering speed, lots of lags and availability of games. But it was 2010.

7 years have passed by and almost everything has changed.

Changes in technology

But how much things have evolved?

There was a time when people were so afraid of machines that almost every government shutdown projects on Artificial Intelligence. But now almost every tech giant is developing on AI one way or another.

There is an AI that taught itself to walk.


The World is still facing some serious issues like poverty, shortage of resources and education and employment, global warming and so on. But this aspect of reality is almost invisible to the almost entire population. And, why not? Why would we care about something in development?

We need the end product. I mean how this video of an animated AI is helpful. I’d rather watch the trailer of Sony PlayStation VR.

The Truth

Yes, it is not important to stay updated with technology that still is not on the market yet. But if you’re aware of what is coming, you’ll stay prepared and take the best out of it (if it does).

Technology is supposed to help with issues we’re facing and it is doing its job well. Better than human beings to be honest.

You made life so better, oy’ Technology

Perhaps, far beyond human’s Appreciation

Yes, technology has its harms but with this dying world, it is our only hope besides mercy of the God. Consider the exponential rise in population. Asia soon would become a network of congested people (which already is to some extent). With good technology, we can build buildings higher than the sky, safer even in the deadliest of the natural disaster like the earthquake. Now, consider the asteroid shower and interstellar randomness, we could all die any second. Consider the pollution. Consider the corruption and its consequential human extinction.

We ultimately had to leave earth at some point in future to sustain human race, and that’s only possible with one tool to mankind: Technology. I’ll produce videos and useful articles on the “actual” and feasible technology and everything you need to know.

Technology is fire, it keeps you warm but fiddle wrongly, and you shall burn.

For now, be safe with your toaster.

Why we cannot see ghosts? Truth revealed

I still remember that day as if it was yesterday. I was 12 years old and was doing what other twelve years old kids would do, smoking and hanging out with my punters.Why we cannot see ghosts? Truth revealed

The Story

I was in seventh grade at that time and participated in summer camp with other cool kids of my class. It was three days, three nights trip somewhere I don’t care to remember. We would play sport and wander freely in the day and would play around the camp fire telling stories and sleep over each other in the night, like some drunk idiots. Or kids.

I remember that night distinctly as I was the scapegoat in a massive conspiracy those knuckleheads knitted for me. For a summer evening, it sure was chilling. It was cold as a tomb that night. But we could not care less, a pack of 10-11 kids. Someone had spread the rumor of an abandoned graveyard nearby, and some of them shat their pants by the news. But I was standing in the braver crowd.

I took the opportunity as a challenge when someone put a bounty over the head of a ghost. Challange was to tag a tomb, in the deepest corner of the graveyard park with an underwear. Silly kids.

Of course, the graveyard was not abandoned, I could see the light at one end, but I decided to keep the information to myself.

I was the first (and only) one to do the challenge. Walk through the dead people and put an underwear on the tomb of last one. Disrespecting enough, we were just kids. So, before I could start my journey, a cold breeze went by enough to shake a bunch of twelve years old boys like withered leaves.

They decided to leave; it was a foolish quest after all. But I was determined. Fear of the dead was least of my concerns. I did not believe in ghost.

I surely do now. Evidence speaks.

Why we cannot see ghosts?


I decided to walk in the graveyard. Sure, I was scared a little bit, but more of stray dogs than of stray souls. And as I walked, I swear I could hear some weird noises, like someone is breathing behind my neck. Breathing heavily, as I started walking with brisk steps.


There was no one behind me. As I walked deeper into the park, weird things began to happen. I suddenly felt weight around my calves as if the gravity was more intense than everywhere else there. I could hear bats giggling and screeching. It became harder and harder to walk deeper into the nursery. But I managed to follow the light I saw from outside the park.

Soon enough although, I realized no bulb or lamp was hanging inside anywhere. The light was coming across the graveyard fences. It was abandoned, indeed. Suddenly hair on the back of my neck got cold and stood up straight. I could feel the goosebumps on my arms too. It was not supposed to be this cold.

Why we cannot see ghosts?

The Theory of the Eighth color

I’ve talked about this before, read that entire theory in detail there. To sum up that article, the human can only see some of all colors (in easier words), and there are many things around us that we cannot see.

Maybe ghost of past or impressions of future. Spooky isn’t it?

So, ghosts, in my science, fall into the domain of this “eighth color” and thus invisible to us. But are ghosts real?

Well, that’s discussion is for some another day, but I’ll throw a hint at you: YES!, they are.

The Eighth Color – Scientific theory by Rees Gargi

The Eighth Color Theory

I have a theory. Well, we know most of that already, but I have made a deduction. See, light travels in different wavelengths (you can ignore this term if you’re not much sciency). It simply means red color appears red because it’s the way our eyes resembles the physical form of light on that particular object. Let me make it simple:The Eighth Color – Scientific theory by Rees Gargi

Rainbow is seven colored, VIBGYOR we call it (Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red). We see them only after rain or high humidity in the atmosphere. It is actually just a white sunlight passing through water droplets in the air. The drops (in the sky) act like a prism where lights get through and split into seven colors.

To explain in easiest of words, there are only a specific numbers of colors a human eye can see. Everything that is not made of that color, is simply invisible to us. So if you paint a wall of some mysterious color not recognizable to our eyes, be ready to take responsibility if someone walks into it and breaks their nose.

The Eighth Color

Only Read below if you understand at least a little bit of Physics

Light has a wavelength, like anything else in this world which is in waveform (like sound). Which means it travels in space (vacuum or air filled) at a certain speed or phase (angle). We can only see a range of that wavelength. Say, red color lies in that wavelength (just for the sake of understanding). Then if a color, that is similar to red somehow but does not fall in the visible wavelength is invisible to us.

For example, Bluetooth or wi-fi signals exist. But you cannot see them. Maybe a buffalo or cow can if that signal falls into their visible spectrum. Maybe there are objects like your mobile phone that is invisible to some creatures. You get the idea.

I am writing more into this theory. Fill up the newsletter form at the bottom of this page (in the footer) if you find this interesting. Or simply email me.

How to play console games on PC or Android.

Do you like playing Gameboy games like Pokemon Fire Red or Emerald Green or some PlayStation 2/3 games like Assasin’s Creed or WWE Smackdown? Do you want to know, how to play console games on your PC or Android.

Well, this is a guide you need to read, 5 minutes for hours of fun every day?

Note: I do not promote playing console games on PC illegally using emulators, this guide is for educational purpose only.

What would you need

  1. Emulator of the console, you need to simulate. There’s a website called “Emulator Zone”, just google it or click here.
  2. You need a Rom for the game you wish to play. There’s website where you can download roms for free and there are thousands of them! (Rom is just a fancy word for game, noobs). Download Roms here.
  3. A PC or an Android phone.


How to play the game?

Just download the emulator and open it. Set your controller if needs to be. And load from the menu and it is done. Some emulators are hard to setup (like PSP and PS3).

These emulators were initially developed to test the games but there are now used by geeks all over the world.

You can also search for emulators you like on Android’s Play Store. But in my experience, playing on PC is much smoother. But you can enjoy some lightweight games on your portable device.

Read how advanced are we when we talk about technology.

My personal favorite emulator is Gameboy Advance which is absolutely free to download and there are hundred of roms available for you to play. Some emulators like PSX (PlayStation Emulator) needs bios to run. You need to own a console for that. But of course, since it is downloadable, you can get a bios for free online (I am not suggesting you that) and load that bios like you would do to a rom.

Hope this blog helped you if you’re new to gaming.