Chemistry in every day life-New OutlookActivity by Dr. bhavana Hastak | added on Feb 26, 2011 | India
This Special article throws a different light on the basic fundamentals of Chemistry with his new vision. The subject can be made more interesting from teaching point of view as well as the depths of the concepts can be well understood if they are correlated to human and in day to day life and relations with other human beings
CHEMISTRY IN EVERYDAY LIFE
WITH REFERENCE TO
HUMAN NATURE AND RELATIONS
This Special article throws a different light on the basic fundamentals of Chemistry with his new vision. The subject can be made more interesting from teaching point of view as well as the depths of the concepts can be well understood if they are correlated to human and in day to day life and relations with other human beings.
The author requests the readers to suggest new ideas on parallel lines on other basic fundamentals as well.
Dr. Bhavana Hastak
M.sc. (Organic), PhD.
Lecturer Hislop College,
Civil Lines, Nagpur.
1) STRUCTURE OF AN ATOM
2) NATURE OF CHEMICAL BOND
5) CHEMISTRY OF HYDROCARBONS
CHAPTER - I
STRUCTURE OF AN ATOM
BASIC DEFININTIONS -
PERSON – is equivalent to an atom with his mind as nucleus and the nuclear force is directly proportional to his spiritual strength.
BOND – The force of attraction between the two souls that binds the two persons carrying them.
1) TYPES OF ENERGY LEVELS AND THEIR ORIENTATIONS IN A HUMAN
The State of mind has various energy levels with which certain stability is associated
1. Lower Energy Levels :
Originate from sensual attractions and there by satisfying sensual needs.
2. Higher Energy Levels :
Are associated with the value system belief, inspirations, intuition.Depending upon the need and capacity of the mental state of the person, various types of bondings are established by the person leading to stability.
Types of Elements Inert, Electro+ve & Electo-ve
ELECTROPOSITIVITY - +ve Outlook of Person
ELECTRONEGATIVITY - -ve outlook of Person
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ELECTROPOSITIVE PERSONALITY & ELECTRONEGATIVE PERSONALITY
1. Open Minded 1. Conservative
2. Generous, Content 2. Selfish greedy
3. Initiate bonding with all 3. Bonding only for
types of people personal gains.
4. Popular 4. Unpopular
5. Optimistic 5. Pessimistic
6. Willingly offer services 6. Unwillingly / forcibly offer
7. Metallic Luster : always shine 7. Dull, Non Charming
In society, bright personalities
8. Tendency of Complex formation 8. No tendency of complex
formation, prefer to be legands in a complex
9. Very happy by sharing & giving 9. Always sad & unsatisfied
even after gaming.
10.Octets readily satisfied 10. Octets mostly incomplete
11.More tendency of liberation 11. Negligible tendency
INERT ELEMENTS - SADHU
Person who has attained total stability at physical, intellectual and emotional level by gaining appropriate knowledge symptoms/behavior of such people monoatomic, inert, highly stable.
CHAPTER – II
TYPES OF BONDS
1) IONIC BOND
Strong force of attraction between the two souls of opposite sexex, mostly governed by love. Eg. Bond between two lovers.
The bonding between two souls that has initiated through some contract eg. – Arranged marriage, the boy & girl are tied up by sharing basis.
3) COVALENT BOND WITH IONIC CHARACTER
Love ended into marriage. It is always much stronger than covalent or ionic bonds.
4) METALLIC BOND
A person having higher degree of spiritually tends to attract more souls and always enjoys bonding with n-number of souls. These bonds are malleable and ductile due to inner power of wisdom.
5) CO-ORDINATE BOND:
Formed between two souls of different degree of spiritual state. The one who is at much higher level extends itself towards the other which is normal or below normal in spiritually.
Eg. 1) Bond between mother Weak Child
2) Imature Wife Mature Husband
3) Mature Wife Imature Husband
3) Guru Followers.
Co-ordination Complex :-
The capacity of a soul forming multiple bonding with number of person or groups of persons belonging to different school of thoughts or philosophy.
The person showing the tendency of complex formation has tremendous capacity of understand the importance of different value systems, beliefs, failure & religions.
Eg. Mahatma Gandhi, Swami Vivekanand.
2. STRENGTH OF THE BOND –
The factors which affect the strength of the bond are –
a) State of energy level (Lower or Higher)
b) Influence of external factors, Like- love, Infatuation, Money, Power, Distance, Social Pressure, Religion,
c) Internal Factors – Maturity, determination inner stability, philosophical orientation
CHAPTER – III
Some Souls have more tendency of spiritually and have very high spiritual a and have very high spiritual level. Hence inorder to stabilize themselves the spontaneously every high degree of mind management. They can emit their power in controlled way, which comes as a teaching from-them. These teachings are highly powerful and hence beneficial to the uplifment of a vast number of other souls which are at much lower degree of energy level.
NATURAL RADIOACTIVITY :
Spontaneous tendency of a very stable mind to emit spiritual energy in the form of radiations, of philosophy.
ARTIFICIAL RADIOACTIVITY :
People with spiritual tendency when get motivated by higher spiritual influence, tend to emits spiritual energy in the form of small packets for short terms and on restricted areas of wisdom.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL
1. Spontaneous Non –Spontaneous
2. Permanent Temporary
3. High Energy Low Energy
4. Form Religion Form School of Thoughts
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NUCLEAR FUSION & NUCLEAR FISSION
NUCLEAR FUSION NUCLEAR FISSION
Soul Fusion Soul Fission
1. Rare Common
2. Very high energy released Less energy released
3. Can liberate combining souls Can destroy the lies of daughter souls
4. Combining souls are mature Combining souls are weaker with
& high energy. Low energy.
5. Can never be influenced by Influenced by external factors like
External factors like time time, distance, money
6. Constructive energy released Distructive energy released.
CHAPTER - IV
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