# Finding Balance: Navigating the Intersection of Creativity and Productivity

Reading time 4 min 22 sec Do you ever struggle with the idea of being productive versus being creative? It’s a common conflict that many of us face. The word “productivity” often carries a negative connotation associated with corporate profits and efficiency, leaving little room for creativity. However, creativity requires a certain level of discipline, which is closely related to productivity. If you’ve ever found … Continue reading Finding Balance: Navigating the Intersection of Creativity and Productivity

Reading time: 12 sec What are good actions? What are bad actions? Simple. Good actions are those which you do as a result of any selfless thoughts. Bad actions are those that come from your ego. In fact, the action itself is neutral, neither good nor bad. It is our perspective that makes an action good or bad. Continue reading Actions: Good and Bad

# Comsol heat transfer tutorial

Modelling of time-dependent heat transfer in a bar using PDE (diffusion equation) in Comsol  This is my very first video tutorial. It describes the modelling of heat transfer using partial differential equations in Comsol 5.0.   Continue reading Comsol heat transfer tutorial

# cbsPlot: A Matlab standalone application.

CBSPLOT: A Matlab GUI Standalone Application for Windows to Visualize and Analyze Coherent Back Scattering (CBS) data. This application was developed accidentally. It all just happened because of a request from one of my senior research students. He needed to fit a data curve for his Coherent Backscattering experiment. I wrote a few line code in Matlab which essentially worked well for him, but then … Continue reading cbsPlot: A Matlab standalone application.

# An evolutionary disadvantage: Few thoughts

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A group of scientists conducted an experiment on fishes to study how physical appearance (colouration) influence their evolution. Briefly speaking, they put the same number of males and females in two aquariums A and B (say, 500 females and 500 males in each container. Number doesn’t matter much). The container A has all coloured fishes, and container B has 500 coloured and 500 uncoloured (Have you ever seen guppy with no colour?) fishes. Then they allowed them for reproduction and continuously evaluated the number of coloured and uncoloured fingerlings (Fish offsprings) for several generations. What they found was this: Container A sustained the population almost the same, and the population in Container B got extinct. Continue reading “An evolutionary disadvantage: Few thoughts”