Immortal jellyfish looks through Hubble and finds structural problems with Indian economy

by Manshu on February 2, 2013

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Let’s start with something amazing that I learned this week – there is a type of jellyfish that seems to be immortal! It grows old and then after a certain time, starts getting younger!

The RBI has this page on Government securities market in India, and I tweeted this out earlier thinking no one would pay attention, but three people favorited that tweet which is three more than what most of my tweets get, and I thought that this will be useful to a larger audience as well.

I don’t know for how long this has been true but MProfit which is a software we have talked about here earlier is now available for free download. 

Livemint has a good article on the structural problems that the Indian economy faces and how monetary policy plays a limited role in dealing with these challenges.

Mashable has an amazing post on pictures taken by the Hubble telescope.

Finally, do you know why giant squids have eyes the size of footballs?  or how the owl turns its head the way it turns its head?

Enjoy your weekend!

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Manish February 2, 2013 at 1:51 pm

Hi Manshu,

We just launched the free version yesterday. So the news is hot off the presses!


Manshu February 2, 2013 at 10:31 pm

Thanks Manish!

For some reason I thought it was free for a while now, thanks for clarifying.


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