Happy Diwali ! Reply

A very happy Diwali to all my readers and all those who I can’t directly wish so considering the vast gap that technology can still not measure up in connecting us all physically.

Diwali or Dipaballi as well know is an Indian celebration in the month of November although the dates might alter to nearing the months of October or December considering the fact that Indian vernacular calendar is measured wrt the motion of moon and not the modern solar calendar which is most precise for mos of civilian time measurements on our planets. That simply means celebrations such as this might alter to weeks if not months altogether. I don’t have a data centric information regarding how much Diwali alters though, in terms of a Julian Calendar.

Thankfully much of our important transactions are based on the sun based calculations which means, in modern times, a great deal of corrections coming from the sidereal constants of motion. A sidereal constant of motion refers to having to fix all references wrt to distant stars so that fluctuations coming from sun or Intra-solar objects such as planetary perturbations itself can be properly accounted for.

Now coming back onto the idea of Diwali I am not going to delve into how much we want to signify it as a victory of morality over evil, and how much myth is important in our philosophical and existential moorings, such as how a monster by the name of Holika — gender specifically the feminine form of evil was killed by Sri Krushna.

I never like to take exceptions to how much vilification outdated traditions of our heritage and culture entails, and robustly establishes into a modern and civic society, which aims to be progressive and free from malice at the same time. The reason is I never see much intellectual debates that are free from wishful thinking and hypocrisy on one extreme and blindfolded adherence and a ready to die or kill attitude of the right wing inclinations in support of the veracity and usefulness of such traditional ‘wisdom’ and folklore. More…

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Be simple; so simple that you can't follow in love, just like a simple drawing does not.

He is so simple he does not fall in love ! Reply

I came across the following wisdom from one of the revered religious Gurus of India, Swamy Paramahansa Yogananda and twisted it a little to fit my humor.

Be as simple as you can be; you will be astonished to see how uncomplicated and happy your life can become — Paramahansa Yogananda.

— This drawing is so simple it does not fall in love. More…

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Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights at Ireland.

The Maxwell’s Equations, from nature to instruments. Reply

The beauty of Maxwell’s equations can be seen in how it helps us understand nature as well as instruments, at the same time. Medical devices are simply an advanced understanding that began with understanding electromagnetic waves through Maxwell’s equations.

Each of the following 4 equations has a different name, by which we call’em, but together they are called as the Maxwell’s equations. Together they constitute what I am inspired to say; the golden equations of Physics. If we do some easy tricks they will be converted into whats called as the Wave Equations (of motion) ! Yes, they describe the wave behavior “fully”.

— By that I don’t mean sound waves, but any sort of waves that move at the speed of light. Sound waves are ordinary pressure oscillations, that travel much slower than even rockets.
The 4 equations therefore describe how electromagnetic waves are created and broadcast. Hence TV radio and satellite communication were understood because these 4 equations were understood.

First two are time-independent or static equations.

The first equation is known as Gauss’s law of electrostatics and says “Electric fields (E), are a result of sources of electrostatic charge”.

The 2nd equation is analogous and called as Gauss’s law of static magnetic field. But it says “apparently there are no sources of magneto-static charge or single magnetic pole from which the magnetic field B is created”.

Then how are magnetic fields created? We needed to know further to find the answer. Lets look at the 3rd and 4th equations. More…


What I criticize and what I don’t? Reply

Previous title; Who I criticize and who I don’t?

Casual heroes and heroins and their ripened silence and immature hypocrisy.

Friends this is a general comment of the purported political nature of some of my criticism posts — on social media, which consists, mainly, G+, twitter, FB and occasionally my own website, and these type of criticism is only perhaps 10%.

I am not keeping a tab of the composition, but if I post a link of some discovery or some events, that I do not follow myself greatly, but just want to share, I do so, and that perhaps covers more significant numbers of my posts, on such social issues. Also more than 75% of my posts are perhaps simply neutral from a preposterous political view point. See what I mean, here, here and here.

So my own criticism may be significant, but I share a lot of views and opinions and analyses from others. This is also a modus operandi of how and what I am willing to believe, as opposed to what party line I would lick with impunity.

There are tons of events or news from here and there and only few involves important issues, that are being discussed elsewhere. If you are one of my regular post comment-er I would take your comments with as much sincerity as they are made with. In other words my alarm bells would not be ringing “caution”, I have already some kind of trust working between you, my reader, and me, the post maker.

But a one time comment that simply picks up on a particularly psychic paranoia of one self and projects as a generic nature of my existence, may not be seen with much impunity. More…

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What we fear? 1

Fear is an internal quotient of external situations, and it might only be unreal, if internal methods are brittle. We fear things that we don’t grow up with.

We are fearful of crime, but the criminal is not. But thats not why I said it although its applicable. Why I said it is because following.

A country is fearful of money, because of economic difficulties. Another is fearful of English because they were secluded from it for centuries. The American is fearful of confrontation, they grew up without anyone (outsiders) “telling” them.

Some people are fearful of maths, they did not grow with numbers and some are fearful of good behavior. I am eg fearful of bad behavior. I did not grow so much with it. More…

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Stanford Business School, Knight Management  Center

When Love can cost you dollars. Reply

American Academics.
When Love can cost you dollars, if your emotions aren’t syndicated and shielded well.

Why often they guard themselves against, the deeply entrenching scandalous affairs they find themselves in. One example in the making; affairs at Stanford Business School.

Doborah has been advising women against gender stereotypes. She knows therefore how to treat men especially well, overcoming the barriers, herself, really well.

She is a Professor at the graduate school of business, GSB. She is married to an African American Professor James, a rare breed not just biologically, but also one to be found on the payroll. Of-course thats natural. Whats not natural is what will follow. More…