Nicola Naydenov

Pleven, Bulgaria

About Nicola

Bio

Student like any other. I am quite interested in understanding what is happening around me. I am a member of many youth organisations and a very social person. I would like to expand my knowledge as much as possible on the subjects affecting our everyday life.

Languages

Bulgarian, English, Russian

I'm passionate about

understanding the world that surrounds us every single day. I want to know Its' every variations, complexity and simplicity and everything that makes it function the way it does.

Talk to me about

physics, biology, psychology and partly astronomy and chemistry

People don't know I'm good at

Analysing people characters and behaviour. Laying the basis for others.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Nicola Naydenov
Posted over 3 years ago
How do you ignite a passion for education in young people?
The way of dragging a students attention to a subject is by interactive way of teaching which said in other words means to make them to want to learn the material by maybe making a quiz game or something that the children would want. When i was in primary school my teacher made us want to play "who wants to be a millionaire" with questions only from the information learned in class, he divided us in several and the team with the highest score wins. Children love to compete with each other and to do physical activity if one wants to take drag their attention he/she should do something that includes one of these options. If you want to make older student pay attention in class one should show them for what will they need their knowledge in real life. As an example if it's physics you can show them how to make a flashlight or an improvised compass using Earth magnetic field or with chemistry you can show them some stuff that explode or burn or making lots of bubbles or something. As an overall there are lots of ways of making a kid listen to the teacher in class the question is the teacher willing to do something out of the ordinary.
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Nicola Naydenov
Posted over 3 years ago
Why aren't hybrid cars well integrated in our urban environment?
Actually about the hydrogen(at least i heard so) the cost of a gallon hydrogen is equal to the cost of gallon gasoline or I think hydrogen had a little bit higher price but the gap of prices wasn't so big and if we take in mind that petrol is become more and more expensive, in a few years the prices will be equal or even hydrogen could cost less. Also hydrogen is produced by electrolysis which needs only electrical energy which can be provided by the sun itself or the wind or the waves... it depends on what natural energy resource is surrounding your home. It is true that the mpg of the hybrid cars is low but i don't 100 miles isn't so bad if at least 20% of the fuelling stations offer hydrogen fuel this mpg wouldn't such a worry.
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Nicola Naydenov
Posted over 3 years ago
Why aren't hybrid cars well integrated in our urban environment?
Mr. Long about the Hindenberg it was scientificly proven that hydrogen didn't take a general role in the inferno that was formed. In nowadays there are a lot of hydrogen hybrid prototypes that work perfectly but no one knows about them. As an example I'll give you the Mazda RX 8 Renesis or Honda Clarity and many more... Now about the urgency I have watched a ted talk with Shai Agassi in which the man said that the number of petrol is so grate that even if some companies start making hybrids now, the results will be visible after at least 10 and more years and also it is a well-known fact that petrol is not only used for fuel and the forecast are that supplies for this fossil fuel will be empty in around 2060. So about the urgency at least I am concluding that if we don't take some serious measures in preserving oil at the end it will be exhausted when it is least expected and mostly needed.