Everyday Science

Science in Fields

Here we address to reasoning questions arising in the minds of children on the basis of their day to day observations by giving their scientific answers. Some questions which children asked over the years regarding science in our field are given below :

What is the role of flowers in plants?

Flowers are the reproductive organs of the plants through which they produce seeds which help them propagate themselves. In flowers the female organ is gynoecium and the male organ is androecia.

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The flowers which blossom at night have normally white colour and intense sweet smell, why so?

Flowers like Rat ki Rani and Harsingar which blossom at night are normally white in colour and have intense sweet scent so that they may attract insects from distance.

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Ideas have become far more important to us than action - ideas so cleverly expressed in books by the intellectuals in every field. The more cunning, the more subtle, those ideas are the more we worship them and the books that contain them. We are those books, we are those ideas, so heavily conditioned are we by them. We are forever discussing ideas and ideals and dialectically offering opinions. Every religion has its dogma, its formula, its own scaffold to reach the gods, and when inquiring into the beginning of thought we are questioning the importance of this whole edifice of ideas. We have separated ideas from action because ideas are always of the past and action is always the present - that is, living is always the present. We are afraid of living and therefore the past, as ideas, has become so important to us.
J. Krishnamurti
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