The people of Odisha and the Lock-smith !

Once upon a time; there was a safe-breaker named John Travolta, who used to barge into banks and rich men’s bungalows when they were away. The safe-breaker used to be a lock-smith. So he entered a house one night and discovered that a bunch of people are standing by the house.

These people find out that the lock-smith is here to break the bank and take away the money and Gold. So the lock-smith promises these people he would share some of the wealth he gets inside. Thinking this will increase their fortune anyway, they allowed the thief to go inside.

The locksmith went inside and never returned. The news was the bank safe was broken so also was the lock to the door in the backside of the bank. The people now understood, if a man can break the lock of the safe, he can also break the lock of any door and escape.

The people of Odisha have allowed a similar locksmith to the  power aisles of Odisha government and believe they have a better fortune in the future. But it will turn out that the locksmith will run away with his uncle after taking away the fortune of the state for his personal gain.

And there is a phrase from where I come from “nedi guda kahuni ku …”: when the butter goes from the bread to your elbows you can’t lick it from there. Try.

I am an experimental particle physicist, traveler, teacher, researcher, scientist and communicator of ideas. I am a quarkist and a bit quirky ! Hypothesis non fingo, eppur si muove, dubito cogito ergo sum are things that turn me on ! Researcher in experimental high energy physics (aka elementary particle physics; like “quarks, leptons & mesons and baryons”) … Teacher of Physics (and occasionally chemistry and maths) Blogger (check my website; mdashf.org) ! Love to read read and read but only stuff that interest me. Love to puff away my time in frivolities, just dreaming and may be thinking. Right now desperately trying to streamline myself.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s