Drawing parallels between Hindu ideas and beliefs and modern science and examining any historic influences it may have had in the development of physics.
While I have often said that the community of physicists works for the common gaining of knowledge and to derive infinite mental pleasure out of that, I have also asserted that little is done towards blindly implementing it—that is what engineers are for: the Engineering – this is where the semi-skilled workers realize the work […]
As one of my three-part series on the The Science Academies’ three-day lecture workshop on astronomy—which I am attending presently—here are the proceedings of the inaugural first day. The Science Academies The three day workshop focusing on undergraduate and graduate students of physics was convened by Dr R Srinivasan, a Fellow of The Science Academies—an […]
The 15 conversations/quotes I have listed below are among my many personal favourites. If you have any of your own, do share them below! 1. Sheldon: I made tea. Leonard: I don’t want tea. Sheldon: I didn’t make tea for you. This is my tea. Leonard: Then why are you telling me? Sheldon: It’s a conversation starter. Leonard: That’s […]
Physicists are more like avant-garde composers, willing to bend traditional rules… Mathematicians are more like classical composers. ❧
I think physicists are the Peter Pans of the human race. They never grow up and they keep their curiosity. ❧
Religion is an insult to human dignity. With or without it, you’d have good people doing good things and evil people doing bad things, but for good people to do bad things, it takes religion. ❧
I remember seeing, once before, the anatomy of a pair of trousers drawn with chalk on a piece of cloth soon to become part of somebody’s wardrobe. The alien-looking design was nothing like I had expected and it was only then that the tailor appeared to me to have put on the cloak of genius. […]