PinnedThe Quantum Eraser and the Delayed ChoiceThis article is a part of a series of articles on time. This is the final part, part 5/5. Check out the previous article here! Let us continue our journey of Time through the Quantum field. In the last article, we have seen what past is in the Quantum field…Quantum7 min readQuantum7 min read

PinnedThe Oddessey of the Atom: From Democritus to The Periodic Table. Part 1Hello! Its been a while! Sorry for the inactivity, just had stuff going on , school, familty problems, so decided to take a break. However Im back! I plan to write a story every week and I thought it would be cool to introduce the story behind of how the…3 min read3 min read

PinnedThe Sun and the Hydrogen BombIt may sound weird, but the Sun and the hydrogen bomb have a lot of things in common, the fact that the sun is a big ball like hydrogen bomb(sort of), is, by itself, evident to this observation. …Physics5 min readPhysics5 min read

Jul 21An Interesting proof in Triangles with Complex AlgebraThis is such an interesting problem that we shall discuss here. How can you derive something that is real, using complex geometry and algebra? What really fascinates me about mathematics is that it can relate two completely different things together. Take algebra and plotting for example. For many years, we…6 min read6 min read

Apr 6What is the ith root of i?Well as many of you must have observed, complex numbers and geometry for me are the most interesting pieces of mathematics. So far we have looked at Euler’s Identity, the world’s most beautiful equation, and how any polynomial can have infinite complex roots. Now I want to do something more…Complex Number5 min readComplex Number5 min read

Mar 17Deriving the world’s most Beautiful EquationAn equation considered so beautiful, that Professor Feynman called it ‘our jewel’ and ‘the most remarkable formula in mathematics’. So much was he dazed by its beauty that he went out of his way to derive it in one of his famous lectures at Caltech. …Mathematics5 min readMathematics5 min read

Published in Math Simplified·Feb 12How many cubes roots of ‘1’ are there?The cube root of Unity? That’s simple right? Its one! You would be right, but only 1/3 right! This is time we dive deeper into the world of mathematics, explore numbers beyond our understanding and understand what the cube root of unity means, and some properties associated with it. …Math6 min readMath6 min read

Jan 9Why you can’t Microwave MetalSo this question popped into my mind when we installed a microwave at my father’s office and when setting it up, in big letters was the warning of not to microwave metals. So what is it that makes metals so volatile and destructive, you cant microwave them? Some Experiments Now I was…5 min read5 min read

May 21, 2021Reality and Imagination:- Time MachinesThis article is a part of a series on articles on Time Machines and Teleporters. This is article 2/2. The last time we ventured into the world of science fiction, we explained teleportation. …Time Travel5 min readTime Travel5 min read

May 15, 2021Reality and Imagination:- TeleportersThis article is a part of a series of articles on Teleporters and Time Machines. This is part 1/2. Perhaps it was imagination he lacked when my father saw Batman for the first time. His poetic license gave life to all the fancy devices Batman used, execpt his computer. A…5 min read5 min read