The n^th dimension: Probability Axis Theory

We all are well aware of the 3 axes we live in: i, j, k or x, y, z. We also are well acquainted with the dimension called "time" which apparently appears to move in one direction. Some of us might be knowing the multiverse theory, where everything exists parallel with a few differences. I …

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“Feminism”: A scientific perspective

Please be very sure of what these words actually mean: Feminism: Advocacy of equal social, political and economic rights of all genders. Essentialism: A view that categories of people such as men, women, or heterosexuals or homosexuals have intrinsically different and characteristic nature. If you had other opinions about these terms, blame your vocabulary not …

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Why we might not flow with time (IF it flows)

We know that time flows in one direction because we can't remember the future. Why is the future, "the future" and why is the past, "the past". And why is the future yet to happen and why has the past already happened? Entropy, the degree of randomness is increasing with time. That's what the second law …

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Will you survive if you’re the only person left?

You wake up. New day, new hopes. Your house is empty. Your locality is empty. It doesn't take a genius to realise that the entire planet is empty because that is what happens in hypothetical situations. ( empty= devoid of human beings) You think that it's a miracle and now you can live freely. However, …

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Why are New Year resolutions so hard to keep?

Newton The Great said: Holy inertia. New year, new you? Stop kidding, you say that every year. Working more, eating less, exercising, reading classics (I have been struggling with this for years), socialising, figuring out life, being a better person.. you tell yourself to do so much on  December  31, XXXn but as you enter …

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