(Note: Not a physics post. In my defense, though, I’m trying to figure out how this world works (granted it’s the “people” part) so I can call this pseudo-physics… No? Well, okay then.) There’s been a lot of talk going on about how 2016 has been a terrible year for the human race, in general. … More On internet conversations, echo chambers and the complexity of human life
The last couple of weeks have been an absolute blast, but life has finally caught up. My finals have started. Between that and the fact that this is my last semester in college, I’m a bit tied up. I don’t want to post low-quality content and so here I am, so close to end the … More Bowing out.
Takeaways from a talk on climate change by Dr. Vandana Singh. Until next time.
Talk about geniuses and you would get the standard answers: Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking, Leonardo Da Vinci, etc etc. Hardly ever do we get to hear the name Nikola Tesla. Whereas the truth is, all our modern devices ranging from AC motors, RADARs, hydroelectric power plants, even the radio, are a direct or indirect result … More Nikola Tesla: The genius with a death ray