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Notes on Science: Let There Be Light!: An Irreverent and Incomplete Narrative of Physics in 610 words

Everything is a process at some level. – Terry Pratchett, Ian Stewart, and Jack Cohen in The Science of Discworld With this post I intend to initiate—what I hope will become—a recurrent theme in this blog: the crystallisation of the … Continue reading

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Notes on Movies: The Film Club: An Imaginary Review à la Borges

I haven’t read The Film Club. Just browsed through it during my last visit to the bookshop. The first paragraph is fact. The second paragraph is mostly about what I think the book should be like. Rather, it’s about what … Continue reading

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Movie Review: The King’s Speech

2001. An 11th grader stands in front of his class. In his hands he holds a piece of paper from which he is supposed to read out a hand written essay on Achilles. Try hard as he may, not a … Continue reading

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Notes on Music: Anil Srinivasan in conversation with Dr. Padma Subrahmanyam

Let me say at the outset that I don’t possess any kind of training in either Western or Indian Classical music. I’ve been smitten, however, by Western Classical music ever since I attended a concert in Japan almost 17 years back and over … Continue reading

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