Why Harvard does not promote education.

Its when we teach that we ourselves realize how effective our research quality is. As is said by the giants usually Einstein and Feynman “If you can’t explain it in simple terms perhaps you don’t understand”. So basically how can we be sure that the research Harvard is doing is applicable to validity or even a contribution towards intellectual assimilation by humanity? (Of-course Sean makes very clear all along that thats not the mandate of Harvard and its news to me that it isn’t.)

Only Industry, Funding Agency and Nobel Prize Committee will estimate the worth of the organization and its work. Isn’t that a death-nail to science? Because science is Research+Education not just research. I have done pain staking research in my life in last 12 years at-least for 10 years. But they will never be known, especially my particle physics research, if I will NOT be able to explain them or teach them, if some of them turn out to be interesting for any field. Of-course I am not Harvard and an individual. But this is the kind of difference between organizations and individuals, the organizations constitute of individuals but work in a fashion that respects only a specifically chosen policy, thats not questionable, whats questionable is why it will appeal the masses? Just because money flows from one end to another where no-one has a say?

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Chinese/Japanese and hypothesis of Sanscrit

here are some Japanese/Chinese words that are almost same or exactly same in English. {回向、 意向、真} Ekō, ikō, zhēn {echo, ego, genuine} They were right away uplifted like seven 7 [=shi-ven from shi-chi =七] [not necessarily stolen, stolen is something where you take it, borrow it, take it as help and later deny it and claim its yours]

These are just remarkable examples. You can find plenty more if you do some research ..

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Writing a Research Proposal

Experience and Plan of Action

The author has already spent a period of 14 months doing such research at the laboratory in Japan acquiring adequate amount of skill and orientation required for such a research goal.

The technique for this particular study is already at hand and has already been tested for other decay modes by the author himself.

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strength of Forces !!

Think of force as the tension in a string. See force is present when you stretch a string or a thread. Thats elementry knowledge. So if to stretch the same thread or string I give you 4 different forces then you will need more gravity force to stretch the same amount, you will need less weak-nuclear force than the gravity force to stretch the same amount. You will need more weak-nuclear force to stretch the thread than the electromagnetic force for the same stretching. You need more electromagnetic force to stretch the same amount of the thread than you need strong-nuclear force. In other words the Young’s modulus of strong force is less than that of electromagnetic, Young’s modulus of electromagnetic force is less than that of weak and that of weak is less than that of gravity. Which means length of thread being same the stress produced by strong force is less than that of electromagnetic, is less than that of weak, is less than that of gravity. In other words “Hawking like wit”; A man who is stressed more has more gravity force acting on him. My wife is usually stressed out more because she is sensitive to the galaxy scale, she thinks about the galaxy even when she had to think about only her neighbourhood .. 笑 笑 笑笑 笑.

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Gravitation and Cosmology: Principles and Applications of the General Theory of Relativity by Steven Weinberg .. review

A highly sofisticated and an elegant text book on general Relativity and its application. I would say a super book. I have read this book and solved for now a few daunting problems in Physics by applications of the content in this book. My research is available on my website but for context I recommend this book for serious practising physicists.

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