Who wants to be poor? No one, that’s not a life-goal at all. Everyone wants to be rich, not for the money itself but for the things money can buy. Many people wish to lead a great life, travel freely, have unrestricted buying power, enjoy with people, etc. But irrespective of what these people wish, most of them remain in the pit of poverty or … Continue reading 3 stupid limiting beliefs that keep poor people poorer
Reading time: 4 min 4 sec Being a social being, we all do know many people; people from different places, cultures, social classes, so on and so forth. Depends on the type of people, we all share different relations with them; some are friends, some are acquaintances, some are colleagues, some are family, some are just unknowns, and the list goes on depending on how … Continue reading 15 things that tell you who is your real friend and who is not!
Reading time: 1 min 42 sec (Contributed by an anonymous author who doesn’t want to reveal his identity.) Dear friend,That moment of bliss when you become one with your surroundings, you lose even the tiniest bit of importance in the grand scheme of things. Your existence no longer matters when you learn the answer to the eternal question, ” Why is there something rather than … Continue reading “Hey life, you take the breath out of me…”
Rational aspect of mind never creates anything; it only deduces from something which is already being created. It takes the irrational aspect (imagination) of the mind to create something new from nowhere! Continue reading Aspects of mind
Reading time: 2 min 34 sec You know how a car moves. It takes a lot of force for an engine to start and accelerate a car. It consumes a lot of fuel during the process of acceleration. After attaining the desired momentum, it only requires very less power from the side of the engine. But then the air resistance and ground friction come into … Continue reading Your mind and a car: An analogy
Reading time: 4 min 35 sec A few days back, I was in a friendly debate with one of my best friends. As usual, it was about the existence of God. He made this statement, ‘”Our eyes have a limitation in seeing objects. It can’t see smaller things beyond an extent. Our ears are also limited so that we can only hear in the frequency … Continue reading How religion bends our thinking ability?
Reading time: 1 min 24 sec Once my friend, who is a believer of a set of religious rules, said “I don’t believe in science because it says something now and it says something else later. It’s so uncertain.” I replied “Hold on a second. So you believe in statements which never change? Good… And do you even bother to think … Continue reading On the uncertainty of explanations: Religion vs Science
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
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 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.