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Reverse Thinking


Anticlockwise II This blog is a continuation of my previous blog 'Ticking Clock'.

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Floating Ignorance


Picture Courtesy Yet another way of looking at the same principle explained in my previous blog, would help me, justify the title of my blog, which says "Life as EYE see it". Archimedes' principle indicates that the upward buoyant force that is exerted on a body immersed in a fluid, whether fully or partially submerged, is… Continue reading Floating Ignorance

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Resonance


Picture Courtesy  It is important that you go through this blog till the end to get the true essence of the analogy I am giving here under: The word resonance has many definitions in various scientific subjects, but I am taking the definition of resonance in electronics for this blog. Resonance is the condition of a… Continue reading Resonance

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Philosophy – Subjective or Objective


Picture Courtesy When people see around them, they see everything as 'data'. Those who have gone through some education, they get 'information', out of that 'data'. When that 'data' is analyzed, making use of the mind, is converted into 'knowledge'. Men with 'knowledge' are in a position to ponder deep into the hidden meanings to form… Continue reading Philosophy – Subjective or Objective

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ART vs SCIENCE


Picture Courtesy  YES, I have been through this thought recently and after having gone through quite a few personal experiences, I have come to realize the fact that art is the driving force behind all the sciences. To understand anything abstract you need to have some kind of analogy to absorb the abstract reality. Because… Continue reading ART vs SCIENCE