Marine Turtle caught by ghost fishing

‘Ghost Fishing’ is what fishing gear does when it has been lost, dumped or abandoned. Nets, long lines, fish traps or any man made contraptions designed to catch fish or marine organisms are considered capable of ghost fishing when unattended, and without anyone profiting from the catches, they are affecting already depleted commercial fish stocks. … Continue reading Marine Turtle caught by ghost fishing

How to accelerate your research using R

Learning R for your research have same effect, it will sharpen your skills. From my own experience, I done my six month estimated data analysis within 6 hours. Most people thinks that R is just a program for statistical analysis. I must tell that, It is the bare minimum knowledge of R they have. In this post, I am trying to tell the possibilities of R. Whatever your research is, or what kind of data you are dealing with, R is the solution.

Why AI can’t takeover the world ?

  We are living in a society, where people are fascinated on fiction, especially the science fiction. And you could see that  it might be mostly on AI(Artificial Intelligence), there are plenty of movies on this concept, in which robots or controlling systems that take over the world (terminator/skynet systems, I robot, .......... there are "n" number … Continue reading Why AI can’t takeover the world ?

Why you became an amatuer researcher than professional?

Fear and curiosity are two sides of a coin. Those who have the courage and intelligence/passion could tackle it efficiently. Like my childhood, everyone was born with curiosity, but they lost it eventually by time.i e, children  are born as creative minds. it is all by our fear of failure. This makes our quest of knowledge is usually end up on google/readymade answers, rather than doing it their on way. This is a total disaster and the complete lost of new findings. There is an urging need to restore such passions, because amateurs had a golden history of innovation.