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To understand the topic as complex as Jadugoda, a basic understanding of what is radiation, how it effects humans and surroundings, how much is harmful, etc are dealt with. Limits of radiation, basic mechanism in which radiation affects the body, and background radiation are touched upon in the below study.

Using this background, a literature survey on radiation levels and general health at Jadugoda was carried out, and popular myths are dispelled.

It contains three parts.

1. Need for Nuclear power and mining in India

2. Effects of Radiation, Background radiation, measuring radiation and radiation limits, etc

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You can visualize it in a larger scale. In a scaled up model, a pieso electric plate is like a trampoline(the working).

Now what will happen if I asked you to walk on a trampoline?

You will certainly need more energy to walk on a trampoline than on a normal ground.

Some extra energy is used to stretch the trampoline, from which I can generate electricity. This same principle is used in pieso electric materials, only in a nano scale.

So where is the extra energy coming from?

The food we eat. The food we eat goes through two processes, first through our own body(where it gets burnt up) and then through the piesoelectric material. Instead you can simply burn the food, and generate more electricity directly, which is more efficient.

So as a summary, you are just changing energy from food produced by farmers, in a very inefficient way, and in a micro level personally(and macro level in total), by investing extra money.

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If they were both rational, then

would also be rational, which implies that (π−e) is an algebraic number (i.e., the root of some nonzero polynomial with rational coefficients).

Since π+e is rational and thus algebraic by hypothesis, it follows that (π−e)+(π+e)=2π is algebraic (being the sum of two algebraic numbers) and hence so is π.

Similarly, we can infer that e is algebraic.

However, both are known to be transcendental — contradiction.

]]>Since π+e is rational and thus algebraic by hypothesis, it follows that (π−e)+(π+e)=2π is algebraic (being the sum of two algebraic numbers) and hence so is π.

Similarly, we can infer that e is algebraic.

However, both are known to be transcendental — contradiction.