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Einstein Was a Genius Yet Clever

21 Apr 2024 1 minute read 4 comments Debesh Choudhury

Einstein was a GENIUS, yet a very CLEVER person. He put his name as the second author on the seminal research paper of Prof. Satyendranath Bose's pioneering statistics for photons without doing anything! When Prof. Satyendranath Bose sent him...

Niels Bohr: Architect of the quantum revolution

17 Mar 2024 3 minute read 0 comments Adamq

For today’s great thinker we move squarely back into the twentieth century. This man was able to hold his own in celebrated debates with none other than Albert Einstein, regarding the nature of the universe and whether it is at heart probabilistic or...

Nikola Tesla: Pioneering the practical application of electromagnetism and exotic hidden technologies

6 Mar 2024 5 minute read 1 comment Adamq

In the annals of scientific history, few names conjure visions of brilliance and eccentricity quite like Nikola Tesla. Born on July 10, 1856, in Smiljan, Croatia, Tesla's contributions to the world of electricity and technology have become legendary...

The Ancient Pyramids and Practical Thinking

24 Dec 2023 1 minute read 0 comments Herschel

I'll be catching up all my podcasts in this blog. I hope to find an embed that works with this blogging system. If anyone knows anything about that please let me know? Thanks for reading and listening. I'm looking forward to the content here. In this...

Albert Einstein: From curved spacetime to the unified field

8 Jul 2023 3 minute read 1 comment Adamq

Today’s great thinker requires no introduction. Albert Einstein’s name has become synonymous with genius, and he has forever altered our understanding of the physical world. His revolutionary theories, immense intellect, and profound insights reshap...

James Clerk Maxwell: A brilliant mind Illuminating the laws of electromagnetism

24 Jun 2023 3 minute read 1 comment Adamq

For our next great thinker we will remain in the United Kingdom and roll forward a few hundred years. These were glory days for British scientists and mathematicians, when Great Britain truly was great, rather than a bit rubbish - side note...I wonde...

Isaac Newton: Alchemist and scientific revolutionary

22 Jun 2023 2 minute read 0 comments Adamq

After a short hiatus, I am back with a continuation of my series of great thinkers. In our last article we examined Richard Feynmann, the bongo-playing, girlfriend stealing (surely you are joking Mr Feynmann!) revolutionary thinker who won the Nobel...

Richard Feynman: Demystifying Quantum Physics with Curiosity and Charisma

2 Jun 2023 2 minute read 1 comment Adamq

Richard Feynman, the inimitable physicist with an insatiable curiosity and an endearing quirkiness, captivated the scientific community with his brilliant insights and unorthodox approach to science. His ground-breaking contributions to quantum physi...

The Quantum - Beyond Reality

24 Mar 2023 1 minute read 0 comments naykdhodlr

  Fostered by the presence of a `curious-mind', leads to the joy to delve into a broad spectrum of topic, and top of the list is Genetics, Epigenetics in particular. And this leads to consideration of `Consciousness' and its connection, if there is...

31 is the reverse of 13 and both are prime numbers (Happy October)

9 Oct 2021 3 minute read 2 comments cMasta

At least a drug addict has a reason to ask you for some of your money; the drug addict needs their drugs to function normally. Something like 80% of senior citizens need their drugs to function normally, too. Don't quote me on that number; I'm living...