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Saturday, February 16, 2013

Some Traditional Wrong Concepts

The base of the knowledge is on solid facts. The understanding and having access to these facts different sciences have come into existence. Then the difficult journey of reasearch leads to the destination of facts and proves some hypotheses true or bring some new facts into light. Today's world is the world of science and technology but majority of the human community beleives in such concepts, ideas, superstitions and suppositions that are not factual. so after a long times these concepts have accepted as facts which may be called "Myths". Here are some thoughts that need to be revised and researched to reach to the facts. *-- The Concept Of Number Of Senses:-- It is commonly thought that we have five kinds of senses that include seeing, touching, smelling, tasting and hearing. But the fact is that the concept of five senses is only traditional and according to an estimate human beings have 21 senses, collectively. Apparently, we have to revise the list of number of senses we have that include feeling of temperature, painand balance. More we have some spiritual senses too like thinking, memory, common understanding and estimation. *-- Colors Of Rainbow:-- A light belt in the form of semi-circle appearing after rain is called rainbow. It is traditionally thought that it has seven colors. But actuall position is different here too regarding the number of rainbow colors. Commonly we think that it has seven color cosisting of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. To remember the colors of rainbow a term has also been evolved Roy G Biv, cosisting of first letter of all the seven colors mentioned above. But the fact is that rainbow cosists of more than seven colors. To see other colors you do not have to use telescope but one can observe by naked eye. Rainbow has green color beneath the violet semi circle as well as other colors too. Famous scientist Newton has described five colors in rainbow and his analysis did not include indigo and violet co;ors that were included afterwards.

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