2. The object can be a large object, eg say something whose picture you are taking. But as explained above its not the energy of the object (or momentum) which is directly coming into the problem. That would be an added degree of concern if the object is moving with certain velocity, a reason why pictures are blurred. Because motion of objects introduces additional energy-time-momentum-position variables and their corresponding uncertainties. For the argument of the above problem one can imagine the large sized object, lets say a bird, is standing still on a tree while its picture is being taken. In that case if the wavelength of the light [few 100 nano meters = 1/10th of a micrometer] is used (eg in a digital-camera) the corresponding accuracy of the light will be less than micrometers. You can take a very sharp picture of the bird, which is lets say 6 inch long. But when you zoom in to a large degree, the inaccuracies will show up. [in this case how to see a micrometer level image? Is a computer sufficient to show us the uncertain edges of the pixels?] If the wavelength (here visible light) is so small, evidently by de-Broglie relationship, momentum or energy of such light is very large. But its not as large to disturb the feelings of the bird. The bird doesn’t have a problem with visible light, and such energy does not disturb its position or energy or any thing so to say. So while Quantum Mechanics is valid, we are accustomed to say this is a classical mechanics situation. To say QM is invalid is incorrect. To say QM is understood to be valid is a knowledgeable position. More…
While writing vegetarian I accidentally wrote begeterean which goes towards bigotry. Supremacy. Vegetarian Supremacy.
But I just wanted to write a small episode about Vegetarianism in “Hindu”. [Hindu like Dharma is one of the most abused word in modern context, in-fact everything we inherited from our forefathers we have abused, including ourselves.]
When I was in Japan, (which I am always at) the very polite Japanese people (especially ladies, no holds no bar, cool) threw off at times a particular conundrum toward my psyche. I have been non-veggy from quite young times. (Although borne into a Hindu brahmana family, brahmana, etymo; maharajya maanya, “the honorable” from the nation, Japanese; monoyabaraka)
The conundrum was this; why Hindu people drink cow’s milk but not eat its meat, if cow is holy. [such was silently murmured in little shops, as they were utterly deluded as to howto make sense so that they can serve their customers better]
[giyuu niyuu, giyuu niku] = [Cow Milk, Cow Meat]
The totalitarians often would give you “for Hindus cows are holy, like mother, can we cut our own mother? We drink only mother’s milk na.”
So far so good, A logical analyst like me, while finds cutting an(y) animal for food a bit harsh, yes, but nonetheless just milking the cow is also harsh, and we have tried to find a middle path or moderate approach toward having “rest to mind” by agreeing milking is a far less harsh situation.
We do not tie a woman and lactate her and let her live in shit-bed and even supply that milk via OmFed. Okay that’s a bit funny, but that would be quite harsh and in some people’s definitions P-Graphic.
So the whole question of cow-worship as holy-mother is bullish. It only served us to bring a softer version of “harshness” and we are all facing harsh reality of life and must survive hence cow’s milk serves our purpose of being moderate as opposed to “meat eating aggressors”.
But there is a raging controversy about it and a lotta heated argument especially among Hindu Intelligentsia as to shall we or shall we not eat the cow-meat. I have oftentimes as early as 2004-05 maintained a stoic stance ”Food is a personal choice and no one shall insinuate another about their food choice especially in veiled religious aggression”.
We can all become vegetarians but it won’t absolve us of our aggression toward “OTHER” religion. Vegetarianism is not a license to insinuate others, whether meat eaters, halal meat eaters or any kind. In-fact it merely comes from a habit of forming an identity of OTHERs and taunt them regarding how their ways are total bullish and ours is better, then aggression is associated to meat and non-aggression and non-violence to non-meat products, better Hindus vs despicable hindus and so on. We have even invented how garlic is “inflammatory and should be rejected” possibly because it gets used in cooking meat. Our chauvinism has no bound.
But the fact is tying a cow is also violence, if its a Holy Animal. [Although not as violent as cutting its flesh and enjoying, the chicken would also cry, I want to be "holy hindu poultry"]
All in All from food habit we can not decide who is a good person or who is not, from drink habits or smoke habits or any kind of habits we can’t. Someone had said “All habits are bad habits”. (Some would say your writing is a bad habit, but then, what can I say, I only try to bring balance to my psyche by writing, volition of thoughts shall we call it?)
I shall end by saying “Hindu jin ha omoshiroi”. That the Hindu people are interesting. But Hindu shall only mean one from India. Hence one can if say, All Islam is Hindu, one can also say all Hindu are Islam. How can that not be? It can be because we are all mixed to the quantum. Which is where we run into another problem, that we invented for ourselves. History as a license to invent and reinvent.
Everything loses its meaning at the torment of the quantum. We shall realize the quantum and be happy. How about that, even Dalai Lama agrees on that.
Happy lunch hour, I just had mine. Stay Cool.
Just this morning I was getting off from my auto, while coming to work (like I have any !), and trying to cross a zebra-walk.
If its a zebra-walk, it tells the vehicle drivers, that there is a zebra crossing the street so they shall stop, slow down, yield the avatar of Vishnu. [Vishnu=sun-theory=the great vitality=zebra]
Humor doesn’t always work. Which is why there should be governance.
The pedestrians in Indian Metros are even worse than Zebra, it seems.
Just 3 meters of zebra and a quick man like me, needed 15 minutes, literally, to cross over.
Why? because the great circle has traffic coming continuously from 4 directions, simultaneously, and there are no stop signs. They move at very high speed especially at the crossings and intersections More…
What I will try to do is to keep on spending some time on mdashf (now I can see, at-most 2 hours a day is also not too strictly possible by any means, in addition to how you won’t be capable of even gathering to sit along and write, that too gather some focus to correct and enhance content quality. There would also be a lot of commutation and assignments to be completed by me. Life gets exciting, competitive and demanding, so lets give it a chance)
One of the things you might have noticed, is I am trying to learn some new language and stuff. This will go on as and when I get free time and the impending conditions of my assignments and employment.
So all in all, dear readers, do read anything you like, pass it on, discuss if anything is liked by you or share among others, comments of agreement and disagreement are fine but not strictly going to attract much time, as I said, not much time would be available around in here. But I will try.
Lot and lot and lot of things to be taken into streamline. If not, thats fine too, this years resolution has been, study, write and think. There are other wishes, if they turn out to be horses, will keep you posted according to their consequential values. More…
1. You can pick up a beer in any bar in town
2. You can have more than one beer any night and not feel guilty about it
3. A beer won’t get upset if you come with beer in breath
4. A beer will never complaint about your beer belly
5. A beer won’t get jealous if you bring other beer home
6. You don’t have to wine and dine a beer
7. A beer won’t wreck things if you come home late after 2 am.
8. A beer won’t ever expect you to buy flowers
9. You don’t have to wear your socks off with beer
Mrs GANDHI is asked; When did India get Independence ?, She replied “1947″ and passed.
Advani is asked; How many people died during the independence struggle?
He gets nervous. Yama asked him to choose from 3 options: 100,000 or 200,000 or 300,000.
Advani catches it and says 200,000 and passes.
It’s Laloo’s turn now.
Yama asks him to give the Name and Address of each of the 200, 000 who died in the struggle.
Laloo accepts defeat and agrees to go to HELL. (thats also how he ended up in Fodder Hell Tihar?, he agreed after 15 years)
Moral of the story: IF YOUR MANAGEMENT HAS DECIDED TO SCREW YOU, THERE IS NO ESCAPE.
My morale is instead “go all bars freed from, if you are to deal with Authority, if you have decided so, they do evil as they are fearful, shun fear if you want to leave a prosperous and peaceful life”. Its an interesting read. Redemptive. Redeem yourself. Diminish your goals to that of a quantum, hardly understood, powerful and yet trapped in a 3-D of reality of obstruction. The quantum might just escape anyway. Quantum Tunneling. You can escape the trap of evil of authority. Yamraj is evil? Perhaps the office bearer of “evil elaborate”.