What you see above is my rendition of “The Treachery of Images,” a famous painting by René Magritte. Painted in 1928-29, it depicts what is unarguably a pipe with a caption that reads, (translated) “This is not a pipe.” Deciphering the painting is not as difficult as it looks. Obviously, the painting is not a … More The Treachery of Physics
Let’s face it. Understanding the Universe is no small feat. We’re talking about finding answers to every imaginable question and then finding more questions to find answers to. And although, physics is notoriously known for its complicated equations and convoluted slang, it is possible to be charmed by its beauty without having to delve into … More 10 physics facts to make your brain explode: Part one
In my post on FREE WILL, I talked about, how quantum mechanics adds a little uncertainty in the outcome of an experiment. This was first pondered upon by Heisenberg, who said that it is impossible to know the exact position and the exact velocity (or momentum) of a quantum particle simultaneously. Think of it this way. … More HEISENBERG’S UNCERTAINTY
You are reading a blog post on a blog that you chanced upon on a list that contains over a thousand such blogs. You clicked on the link, maybe because you love science or maybe because you’re just a nice person who wants to make new friends. In any case, you are now reading a … More FREE WILL
PHYSICS STYLE EXISTENTIAL CRISIS Incidentally, I have an assignment submission tomorrow on Entropy and here I am contemplating the End. Well, that’s all for today. If you have any questions, comment below! Or just say “Hi!” and leave a link to your blog. See you tomorrow!
Today, I leave you to contemplate this piece of wisdom. (Mostly because the only other topic with B that I could think of was Bose Einstein Condensate and that requires a lot of prior knowledge and math. “We must be clear that when it comes to atoms, language can be used only as in poetry.” That’s all for … More BOHR