The Indian Confusion India as a largest democracy in the world has its own loop holes. As an Indian, I know what is the meaning of being Indian. Living in a country where accent of talking change each 10 km and thinking change in each 45 km. As a Indian I also know, how my […]
The biography of Srinivasa Ramanujan (Dev Patel) should be the subject of a compelling movie. He was an accomplished Indian mathematician. In this school of thought, people like Sir Isaac Newton or Professor Stephen Hawking are household names to anyone over the age of 12. Ramanujan, however, still remains somewhat of a mystery. That is until […]
Book Description: Criminal barrister Charles Holborne may have just escaped the hangman by proving he was framed for murder, but his life is now in ruins. His wife is dead, his high-flying career has morphed into criminal notoriety, and bankruptcy threatens. When the biggest brief of Charles’s career unexpectedly lands on his desk, it looks […]
It hasn’t even been found yet (they’re still working on that) but the recently-announced Planet Nine is already spurring discussion amongst the world’s astronomers. One of the recent topics surrounding this alleged new planet is (again, besides where it’s hiding) how it formed and how it got into the incredibly distant orbit it’s thought to be […]
A FLOATING POST OFFICE India has the largest postal network in the world with over 1, 55,015 post offices. A single post office on an average serves a population of 7,175 people. The floating post office in Dal Lake, Srinagar, was inaugurated in August 2011. BANDRA WORLI SEA LINK HAS STEEL WIRES EQUAL TO THE EARTH’S CIRCUMFERENCE […]
Constellation Of Dreams It is the whole world that is Balanced on these shoulders, While it continues to rotate. – For the galaxies that spin Uncountable in this mind Of dust rings and black holes,
I know exactly what is wrong with this movie: it deviates too much from Seth Grahame-Smith’s book – and for that matter, from Jane Austen’s. Grahame-Smith’s novel was a clever and funny mash-up that clearly honoured its source material (credit to Quirk Books editor Jason Rekulak, who came up with the idea). Fans of Austen will […]
“When it came to dreaming big, he told me I could be the best in the world if I did it the right way.” Olympic cyclist Gracie Elvin and other athletes reflect on their long road to Rio 2016.
A birding enthusiast and photographer in the Chesapeake Bay on the Eastern Shore of Maryland documents his passion for birds.
Get your head out of that phone. Be the realest thing around. Stop and look up. This is your “one wild and precious life.” Take it all in.
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On the 20th of August 1977 it started – Voyager 2 was launched. Then on the 5th of September the twin spacecraft Voyager 1 was launched. Despite being the second to be launched Voyager 1 was names number one as it would arrive at it’s destinations before it’s sister craft. Jupiter On the 5th March […]
The earth here redeems itself in spring stills itself gazing graciously upon the flight of cranes. These lakes now utterly thankful sipping their own water at high tea. Open fields thrust out their green grassy arms at the feet of rain brimming with ebullient life. Not so rustic, alas, we deal with incertitude our seasons […]
“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better Do better” ~Maya Angelou Sometimes the only reason I get out of bed in the morning is to Pray and that’s OKAY. However some days I just wake up feeling bleh. I honestly believe that my morning sets the tone for […]
Scientists developed a model which explains the nature of high-energy cosmic rays in our Galaxy From the MOSCOW INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY A team of scientists from Russia and China has developed a model which explains the nature of high-energy cosmic rays (CRs) in our Galaxy. These CRs have energies exceeding those produced by supernova […]
A constant drum beat in our age is the skeptic’s mantra: “Prove God exists using Science.” It seems as though every public, social media comment promoting God is vehemently attacked with this sentiment. Even though the essence of the question is “as old as dirt,” each generation deals with it afresh. This series of blog […]
For decades, scientists have thought the moon was a dry, dusty place. Well, it may be time to rewrite the astronomy books.
In his general theory of relativity, Albert Einstein predicted that whenever light from a distant star passes by a closer object, gravity acts as a kind of magnifying lens, brightening and bending the distant starlight in an effect known as “gravitational microlensing”. While such microlensing has been observed using the Sun, it has never been […]