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Adata pv150 10000 mah Powerbank India unboxing and review

I started traveling again after long. It was good traveling again, exploring new faces and places. Meeting new people and cultures. New food and drinks. Everything seems good with traveling again except my phone started eating more battery and started crying hugry more often. I generally prefer to travel light and simple. So I pack very minimal things and try to keep the back pack as light as possible. My phone assist me with all the photography, internet connectivity, social media and music player works all in one. Os that i can avoid carrying a bunch of electronics devices and chargers. Eventhough the smartphone concept is to carry out all the aforementioned tasks, the battery always stayed as a downside. A powerful phone always need more power to work. So I ended up with buying a ADATA pv 150 10000 mah powerbank. In fact, there was no specific reason to buy this particular one. Got a killer offer online, so decided buying it. If you are looking for a powerbank that suits you, foll…

How redirecting subsidies can save the world

The world is in chaos. Undoubtedly we can say that our world is in chaos. We humans almost destroyed the world by digging all carbon out and burning it. The world took millions of years to get all the carbon deposited in different forms. We humans invented that burning fuels can run engines and engines can run economies. This started a whole new part in the carbon cycle, the carbon contribution by human. This involves all burning of fuel from coal to oil to many other forms of carbon. This interrupted the whole carbon cycle and eventually this disturbed carbon cycle started affecting the existence of out world. This disturbed carbon cycle caused climate change. climate change killed species across the world. Climate change causes natural disasters. Our very life is under threat. If we are not stopping this fossil fuel based lifestyle and adapt into a more sustainable one, we are in danger. We are moving swiftly towards wiping off life from planet earth. Strangely governments across t…