Quote of the Century : Gravity Does not Exist in Space

I was in 8th grade when I was taught and even Understood gravity. Hence no man claiming to have no college education can even think of such a line. If he does, then it is just stupid. 

Yes string theory, Quantum Mechanics are hard to understand without college education. Hell, It is even hard to understand after many college degrees. But gravity? Not even General Relativity. Just plain and simple gravity. Really? 

A while ago Ray Comfort Puts this up :

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Where do you belong? What are you?

Types of Beliefs

agnosticDuring the first few days of being a non-believer, or should I say, the transition state, I was very much confused between “What was the difference between an Agnostic and an Atheist”. Also, the social beliefs of these terms were totally misleading. Thus it took me a while to realize I was an Atheist and not just an Agnostic. But then you realize, agnostic is just a tunnel from belief to disbelief. Thus Giving rise to terms like Agnostic Theist, Agnostic Atheist, etc. Like I did not have enough in physics to confuse myself with. Thus, here is a small picture representation of what actually they mean, and you can fit yourself in one of these categories.  Continue reading

Immortal is your name, your work.

During the early days of my blog inspired by the movie Troy, I wrote this Blog Post on Immortality. That was the moment when I cleared my Ideas in immortality. I moved from the bubble that included the though ‘Living forever’ to the bubble that had ‘Making your Name and Work Survive for Forever’. This Picture says it well.
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Agnostic Quantum Mechanics

agnosticThe moment you see Agnostic in the title, and going by many of my pasts posts, this may seem like a post relating to God and Quantum Mechanics. Well, to stir things up a little bit, You do not know it’s not about God, nor do you know it’s about God. And there we go. First step into quantum mechanics, Uncertainty.  Continue reading

What if..? It was all fiction?

MahabharatTVAs a child I always asked why does Ramayana (TV Series) and Mahabharata (Again, TV Series) end happily like movies? What happens to Rama and Sita after they return to Ayodhya? What about the Pandavas? Why does it have to be a Happy ending always? And I was about 11 back then. These were the question I had since childhood. This was the root of the tree of thoughts I had to grow in my mind to reach the stage where I am now. But it does not end there. Every now and then, I look for people who speak of Continue reading

Go to Hell!!!

GoToHellI would surely love to go to hell with these people, god or no god. I would trade life with so many of these people than a life in heaven with god who would otherwise be busy laughing at prayers. *Tsk*


An Intellectual Masturbation

ShipOfTheseus (4)

ShipofTheseusPosterThere I am on a regular day checking my twitter timeline, and there i find actor Anurag Kashyap‘s Tweet on the Movie ‘Ship of Theseus‘ . Not knowing what it was, I set out to Google the term and then Realized that it was a new movie, and I quote it again, An Indian Movie. The point of amazement was not something great. Being a watcher of Hindi cinemas, going by the recent movies that have been releasing, Bollywood (Indian Film Industry) had become more of a Lame, Boring, Money making machine where in actors were awarded large sums of money just to act in movies that in many cases Continue reading

Education (Science) : You are doing it wrong.

Science Wrong

It’s been long since my last blog post. After a year of break from studies where I studied a lot of cool stuffs over the internet, researched on various religious beliefs and watched a lot of TV series, I am finally back into the world of ‘School Going’. I joined M.Sc Physics at Jain University.

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When Science Meets Religion – Burn in Hell?

I found this image online and it is really a proof as to how Religion is built.


It’s funny how people who believe in Science would even care to read this sort of thing. But simply put together, this makes you realize, that Religion was never written by a man who knew Science. If it was the word of God, then God himself did not know Science. If you look at it symbolically, then yes, given the times it was written, Heaven is described to be a bright place. Thus the amount of light described. And at the time, sulphur could have been the worst element known to man, thus these verses that when scientifically analysed turn out to be astonishing. This is what happens when Science meets Religion.

“I would rather burn in hell than burn in heaven.”

Quote of the Day: George Carlin on Authority

I have as much authority as the Pope, I just don’t have as many people who believe it.
George Denis Patrick Carlin ( American stand-up comedian, social critic, satirist, actor, and writer/author , Winner of 5 Grammy Awards)

Funny how the Popes and Swamis are selected by people who in most cases assume position without a unanimous voting process. They are the people who claim to have spiritual powers and in cases where there is no spiritual power, there is the holy spirit that speaks through humans.

Any layman can do the same. But the odds of success are low. One requires the right platform to rise to fame in such cases. Funny and Strange world.

Summit of Excellence

I was in IXth Grade when I had a book on  juliscaesarShakespeare‘s “Julius Caesar” as a part of my syllabus. At that point, I knew nothing about the ways of the great writer. Moving further on, I learnt about da Vinci. Before that, da Vinci was only known to me as the great painter who painted “The Mona Lisa“. Nothing more. I seriously do not know if it was the same with all the kids of my age, or I was just that dumb for not knowing more about Shakespeare and da Vinci. Being a fan of some TV Series like The MentalistThe Big Bang Theory, and many more, you often see the characters quote from several plays of Shakespeare. And once you get into science, mostly engineering, many of the modern engineering works were once conceived by da Vinci. May it be an armored tank, or may be Continue reading

Quote of the Day: Al Pacino on the way things work.


“I asked God for a bike, but I know God doesn’t work that way. So I stole a bike and asked for forgiveness.” - Al Pacino

Given my normal quotes, they are usually (in most cases) against the man’s idea of God, or his interpretations, but I seriously was confused which category did this belong to. Is it praising God’s love or is it mocking the idea of granting wishes. Its a big question. But yet, as we know from this world, it is how God works.