Recently I have been obsessed with cool animations as I described in my last post. I then went around searching for even more and the world of tumbler and pinterest did not disappoint! Check these bad boys out (all of them are from Pinterest and Tumbler): These look like some of the simplest ones to … Continue reading Cool Animations and Softwares to use for them.
Recently, when I was revamping my website, I was searching for cool animations to satisfy the sci-fi junkie inside of me and also to motivate myself to learn how to create some of those. I will post some of these amazingly funky animations here for your entertainment. Note that none of these animations belong to … Continue reading Beautiful Animations
A little bit about debating and privilege. It would be great to have the privilege to debate on everything as an academic and an ideal world exercise, but it is important to recognise that doing so, validates violence as a trickle down effect into the present day lives of many. Most debates I have seen … Continue reading Inclusive Logic
Last weekend, I was at Amsterdam representing the University of Sussex as a part of our equality and diversity team. My team comprised of Claire, who is the Vice-Chancellor of Equality and Diversity, Nicola, Katy and finally Daniel .. whose project "Grapheel/IRIS" we were showcasing. The team got ready to deploy after a lot of … Continue reading Inclusive STEM, it’s time to stop being Hypocrites.
So, I am thrilled to be representing Sussex tomorrow at the Equality in STEMM conclave at Amsterdam as part of the Equality and Diversity Group. In the light of that, here are some amazing slides I made showcasing all that Sussex is working for. ❤ Let's all move towards building a more inclusive STEM! Find … Continue reading Equality in STEMM Conclave
Today the great physicist and mathematician that was Stephen Hawking passed away. I was lucky to have recently met him at a conference at Cambridge titled “Gravity and Black Holes”. Roger Penrose writes an obituary here, John Preskill dedicated a poem and John Barrett writes a short memory. While many can share the joy of having had a chance … Continue reading About a Singular Man
Mathematics is ultimately the study of patterns — predicting phenomena from the weather to the growth of cities, revealing everything from the laws of the universe to the behavior of subatomic particles… Love — [like] most of life — is full of patterns: from the number of sexual partners we have in our lifetime to … Continue reading What Mathematics Reveals About the Secret of Lasting Relationships and the Myth of Compromise. (Reblogged from brainpickings.org)
So if you’re asked “are humans still evolving?”, the answer is this: “Well, there’s some evidence that our species is evolving as a unit for traits like age of reproduction, but there is much more evidence that different parts of our species are evolving in different directions, adapting to environments that are geographically different or changing over … Continue reading Are humans continuously evolving?
Everyone feels something when they’re in a really good starry place on a really good starry night and they look up and see this: Some people stick with the traditional, feeling struck by the epic beauty or blown away by the insane scale of the universe. Personally, I go for the old “existential meltdown followed … Continue reading The Fermi Paradox – reblogged from Wait But Why
This one's a really cool interactive way to learn about all the different promising theories we have in Physics today. It essentially maps out the mind-map for a theory of everything: what we know and what we don't! I especially had fun moving the cursor on the map and seeing the optical illusion like convexing … Continue reading Theory of everything-interactive map.