It's been ages since I have posted anything. As a matter of fact I've posted nothing at all since I started this blog over a couple of years ago.
I think I lack the literary skill which is required to be consistent with blogging.
And I envy my friend Anand's skill who is so eloquent.Anyways, there are million other things that I just couldn't match to his.
But I now want to write a lot....And there are reasons for this.
First I'm not good at socializing. Second I don't have too many friends as I m no good at making friends.And third , more importantly I have plenty of time these days to ponder about life,past,friends,love and physics.
I don't know who is/are my audience but I'm going to take the stage!
so game on!
The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..." - Leon M. Lederman
"The miracle of the appropriateness of the language of mathematics for the formulation of the laws of physics is a wonderful gift which we neither understand nor deserve. We should be grateful for it and hope that it will remain valid in future research and that it will extend, for better or for worse, to our pleasure, even though perhaps also to our bafflement, to wide branches of learning." - Physicist Wigner
According to Richard Hamming ,a leading computer scientist:
1# Humans see what they look for. The belief that science is experimentally grounded is only partially true. Rather, our intellectual apparatus is such that much of what we see comes from the glasses we put on.
2# Humans create and select the mathematics that fit a situation. The mathematics at hand does not always work. For example, when mere scalars proved awkward for understanding forces, first vectors, then tensors, were invented.
3# Mathematics addresses only a part of human experience. Much of human experience does not fall under science or mathematics but under the philosophy of value, including ethics, aesthetics, and political philosophy. To assert that the world can be explained via mathematics amounts to an act of faith.
4# . Evolution has primed humans to think mathematically. The earliest lifeforms must have contained the seeds of the human ability to create and follow long chains of close reasoning.
These days i've plenty of spare time so i am thinking of spending some time to write in here.... i craeted this blog couple of years ago...maybe b'coz of the hype and early blogger tag.... but i never used it.... but now i can afford my time!
tidiness doesn't define me.....chaos is the order of life..u cannot escape it...
if u r trying to tidy things up i think u r asking a wrong question...so trying to make sense of the chaos which is all around my life!