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Talking About Energy Generator

“If only we could build a noise energy generator, it would be very wonderful,” I said to my 7 years old son. “A what energy generator, Mom?” he asked me.“A noise energy generator. You know, sound is a kind of energy.”“Do you remember everytime we hear something loud we feel uncomfortable?” I continued.It’s like I was talking to a college student or someone, but I did talk to my 2nd grader son. He, our little astrophysiscs professor, listened to my explanation very carefully. Long before this conversation I have already taught my sons that energy can’t be demolished. It changes form only. From light to heat, from movement to sound, etc. In short, my sons have already learnt physics.I understand my sons capability so I pursue them to study science and I provide discussions at any time about anything they’d like to know. I found myself had a really hard time in understanding physics and chemistry while I was in school. I felt that those subjects were far from being earthed. I mean, those…

Why Moms of Today Are More Fragile Compared To Their Seniors

I read a nice blog post yesterday about moms of today who seem more fragile than moms in the past. I agree a lot with the article and I try to write something about it, too.
As a mom of three who live in a modern life, I experience growing kids in different situations.
My first son was born 8 years ago at the time when facebook was just about to gain its popularity. I remember my brother told me to try facebook and he said, "people of our ages are there too." What he actually meant was he tried to convince me that this kind of social media was not too young for me unlike the previous social media which was fully loaded by youngsters: friendsters.
I, at first, was not sure to join facebook but then I read an article in a magazine and then I decided to try it out. And here I am now, a facebooker. Not long after that I had another baby, my second son who was born only 14 months after his big brother. I raised these two kids as if I had twins. They looked alike and they swal…