Dear America, How are you? Really, how are you handling all the pain they cause you every day, throwing rocks at you, taking your jobs, using you for their benefits, ripping you off every day, little by little. But who are they, have you ever thought? Why do they still hate you so much? Why … Continue reading An open letter to the greatest country of the world – “The authority, the conqueror, the immigrants, the terrorists, and the truth”
Little Annie lived with her grandparents, David and Rosie. When she was only seven months old, Sicilia, her mother died. Annie was never told why, she didn't need to know. Peter, her father couldn't bear the burden of raising a child all by himself, so he gave her to Davids. He often came to visit … Continue reading The First Fall
This is how I should start: what is an image: a mere evidence of a moment. A moment that has already happened somewhere in the timeline or has happened in someone's mind if you talk about abstract or contemporary art. An image or painting or sketch or imagery art of that sort is just a … Continue reading The Prologue and the Epilogue of an Image
The Mahabharata is one of the major and well written Sanskrit epics of Ancient India. Like any other epics, it has hundreds of parallel stories of its characters. Sanjaya—one of such characters, having the ability of seeing events at a distance almost 80 KM of the length right in front of him, granted by the … Continue reading The residue of Kurukshetra
There is a commonly held modern view that a handful of Greeks from the sixth and fifth century B.C were the pioneer of modern science. It is undoubtedly true that they attempted to explain natural phenomena in nonreligious and rational ways and coined technical terms for them, and they passed their scientific ideological knowledge to … Continue reading Did You Know: How Egyptians Rocked the World of Science Long Before the Greeks
The 13th Century Italian Leonardo Pisano was perhaps the most talented European mathematician of the Middle Ages. But we little know about his real name, as he is best known by his nickname Fibonacci. This would come as a surprise to Leonardo himself, that he has been immortalized in the famous sequence – 0, 1, … Continue reading Did You Know: What really made Italian mathematician Leonardo Pisano so famous?
We all who know even a little bit about mathematics, have heard the name 'Pythagoras' and his famous theorem 'Pythagoras' theorem'. He is often called the first 'true' mathematician and it is probably true that we owe pure mathematics to Pythagoras. Although his contribution was undoubtedly important, he remains a controversial personality in the mathematician community. … Continue reading Did You Know : The Other Sides of Pythagoras