'The purpose of this blog is to create awareness about religious and scientific concepts. Science and it's concepts are interrelated with every religion especially Islam and Christianity.'

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Google and Facebook knows all about you


Facebook and Google store even if the owner removes the data on the device, the technical adviser and the web developer have written on their twitter account.


"Do you want to try yourself?" Wrote "Dial Karrara". 


I also tell you how much interest in Facebook and Google are about you without information about you. "

GOOGLE STORES

Google stores your location (if you've done it) every time you run on your phone, and you can watch a timeline from the first day you start using Google on your phone.

Google stores across a separate database in all your devices, so if you delete your search history and phone history, Google still stores as long as you go inside and delete everything. Do, and you have to do it on all devices.

Google makes an advertisement based on your advertising profile, including your location, gender, age, interest, career, interest, relationship status, potential weight (more than 10 million people in a day need to lose) and income.

Google stores your information on every app and the usage you use, how often you use them, where you use it, and what you use to communicate with them. (For the gold you speak, what you're talking about).

FACEBOOK

Facebook also stores content that you might be interested in based on what you like and what you and your friends talk about.

Anything else, they also store all the stickers sent to your Facebook.

They log you into Facebook every time you log in, what time, and which device you log in.


And they store all applications linked to your Facebook accounts, "so they can estimate that I'm interested in politics and web and graphic design, with the installation of the X and Y period of the duration of the test. Was the only middle, and I got an android phone in November ".


Side note, if you have Windows 10 installed, it's just a 16 image of different privacy options, including 16 different sub-menus, windows 10 when you install.

Muhammad Saad Iqbal
(MPhill Scholar)

Monday, 2 April 2018

United States (US) and Religion (Islam) . Islam is the 2nd largets religion in US

Muslim Population in the US

According to a study by the Pew Research Corporation, the Muslim population is constantly growing. In the next 20 years, Muslims may become the second-largest religious group in the United States. (CNN) 
You can visit an Article by a Christian Boy: https://bit.ly/2z1NCrt
However, this is not a complete story.
The Pew Research Center merged their 2007, 2011, and 2017 studies with the annual data from the US Census (which does not follow religious beliefs) into a portrait of the future of American Muslims.
According to their data, the Muslim population is accelerating and will increase from about 3.45 million in 2017 to about 8.1 million in 2050. At the same time, Muslims are expected to surpass the Jews and become the second-largest religious group.

For Example

  • By 2020, the estimated Christian population will reach 252,970,000 people - almost 70 times the estimated Muslim population.
  • By 2050, the Christian population is expected to reach 261,960,000 people - a substantial increase in the number, but as a result of the growth of other religious groups, the percentage of the population has declined.

Even so, even the second-largest religious group, Muslims still account for only 2.1% of the population.

  • In 2020, 62.31 million Americans are expected to be non-partisan.
  • By 2050, this figure is expected to increase to 100.86 million.
  • So, in short, as more and more Muslims build their homes and families here, the U.S. Muslim population is expected to increase substantially in the United States.
  • But even if the population soars, Christianity is also the main religious group in the United States, followed by those who do not recognize religion at all.

Muhammad Saad Iqbal
(MPhil Scholar)

Sunday, 1 April 2018

Albert Einstein's intimate life (A great Scientist) on the day of April fool

Albert Einstein

The last remaining treasure chest of Albert Einstein's private family letter opened to the public. Their stepdaughter Margot Einstein paid close attention to him and they announced that they were still sealed 20 years after their death. Some of these letters were published by Princeton University Press in the 10th volume of the Albert Einstein Thesis Project of the California Institute of Technology. They are a revelation. "Einstein's personal letter refuted his simplistic view that he was an isolated, remote person who was immersed in his work at the expense of human contact," said editor-in-chief  Diana Kormos Buchwald said. This is truer than the tense period between April and December 1915, when his family life was disintegrating and he was competing - under brutal competitive pressure - to complete his general theory of relativity.

In 1915, Albert Einstein is working hard to fight nature. This will be his most important achievement, perhaps the most beautiful theory of all science ten years ago, he proposed a special theory of relativity that time and space are relative to observers moving at different constant speeds. Now he tries to promote this theory by treating gravity as the curvature of what he calls space-time structures.

Einstein's Personal Life

This is a painful period. His marriage to Mileva Maric had just erupted and the Serbian physicist helped his mathematics in his 1905 paper. She has left him in Berlin and took his son Hans Albert, 11 and 5 years old, to Zurich. As food shortages in the First World War exacerbated acute stomach pains, he was receiving care from his first-generation friend Elsa Einstein and he would eventually get married.

Einstein's Letters

His letters, including some of the letters published this week, show that his personal and scientific intertwined in 1915 and ultimately achieved great success. The story began with two letters written by Hans Albert (Adu) in early April and begged his father to visit him and his brother (Tete) in Zurich on spring break. Tete said that:

 Dear Daddy, imagine that Tete Can multiply and split, and I am doing geometry

My mother pointed out the problem to me; we have a booklet; I can do the same for you. But why didn't you write anything recently? I just thought: "You will be here at Easter and we will have a father again." Yours, Adu!

Muhammad Saad Iqbal
(MPhill Scholar)