Pak Air Force crossed the Line of Control

The Pak Air Force crossed the Line of Control and entered occupied Kashmir

Indian media reports claim that Pakistani fighter jets crossed the LoC for a short time and entered occupied Kashmir. Indian media has further claimed that the jets of the Pak Air Force crossed the Line of Control and entered Indian Air but soon returned. The Pak Air Force’s IL-78 air refueling tanker was very close to the Kashmir area and returned shortly after crossing the Line of Control.

Pak Air Force's IL-78 air refueling tanker

Pak Air Force’s IL-78 air refueling tanker

Indian media say that Pakistan has started to exploit the growing importance of the region in India, and Pakistan is planning something.

It may be recalled that India had revoked Article 370 in occupied Kashmir. After the termination of the special Article, occupied Kashmir would no longer be called a state but a federal unit, which would have a legislative assembly.

Not only this, but the Modi government also decided to split the occupied valley into two parts, separating Jammu and Kashmir from Ladakh, Ladakh would be declared a federally controlled area where there would be no assembly.



Plant fires a seed

A Plant fires a seed at the speed of bullet

German scientists have done interesting research on a Chinese plant that ‘fires’ seeds, The plant, also known as the “Chinese Witch Hazel”, can fire a seed with the speed of nineteenth-century gun, these have sped up to 12 meters per second. Flying at the air at this speed, these seeds can cover a distance of up to 18 meters.

Used in traditional Chinese medicine to relieve irritation and inflammation, this plant eliminates its seeds as fast as firing.

Botanists at the University of Freiburg discover with the aid of specialized MRI scans and high-speed cameras that the secret of Chinese Witch Hazel’s removal of seeds from such a fast and force is the inner part of its fruit that not only sprouts and shrinks faster when you remove the seeds.

Following youtube video show the images of the seed firing from the plant recorded with the high-speed cameras;

And the seed rotates at an extraordinary speed of 26,000 rounds per minute as if firing a gun into a gun barrel.