Monday, January 25, 2016

“Beyond the Known Horizon”

My latest book “Beyond the Known Horizon” will be out soon on Amazon.
It is fifty cents a page and has only 60 pages for quick digestion.

Every page worth more than a dollar in science.

It won't be released in digital form only in printed form. 
In digital form it will go into hibernation.

I have incubated the theory.

I want it to be read by emerging young physicists.

Their job is to work out the alternative equations in “modern physics”.

I paid a considerable sum and bought a book on theoretical physics (in general) which failed to arouse any inspiration.
It was as it was written by a priest and not by a scientist (may be paid by the Church to confuse the ordinary reader).
I won't mention the book since it will give undue publicity to the mundane efforts.
The bottom line was only the glossary had defined vaguely the dark matter.
It had exaggerated the value of “Big Bang” to the emerging astrophysics.
I have hit two birds with one stone.

It killed the big bang from time ZERO and released the dark craven called Dark Matter from bondage.

Why another book?

All my previous books were not premeditated but imagination run rout. They had all the ingredients of human mind, pun, rant, satire, fiction, fascination, imagination, prejudices, predicaments and above all cross section of random thought moments.

Tragedy was taken out by default.
I do not want to make readers miserable than they already are.
I gave little credence to scientific thinking but scientific observations were implanted amidst the material.
I went into an episode of digital zeroing for six weeks and emerged by strange coincidence invigorated. The idea of this book was impregnated coming out of the halo of black hole in my mind.
In other words, creativity had a rare chance to enlighten the inner me.
I had a fascination for physics and astronomy from my childhood but my vocation kept me out of it, all my life.
This book is not about scientific
fiction or friction.
This book is not on philosophy or theology.
It is not about abstract science too but something in between.

The black holes, dark matter and dark energy were the founding ingredients.
But talking about them in scientific terms is simply boring.
There is hardly any book on them but lot of junk out there.
I went in search of this material in the universe with my imagination run r

Well, well that made me to postulate new hypothesis in theory not tested at all scientifically.

The dark matter is so docile one cannot take a grain of it weigh it and test it in the laboratory.
Neither you can taste it nor smell it but it is out there to shake hand with you outmatching the matter by 1 is to 10 ratio.
Writing about it will stir up controversy.
That is not my intention, though.
The laboratory is out there to discover.
I delve in not so deep and this book is the outcome.
To make it interesting from the very beginning I take the “Big Bang” to misery so it folds up and goes into hiding or a “Big Crunch”.
If I don’t do that nobody will read this book.
Only a little is written about the dark mater to make it less boring for the reader.
The material is in a twisted form of a string.

In fact a tight rope!

The core material the dark matter and dark force are tightly wound up with the matter real.
One has to take the strings of material luminance out the tight rope and picture it as at best, a halo of discovery.
Don’t hold onto the rope.
Take the strings out and discover the dark secrets.
Luck is on you and you will discover more if you also let the scientific brain of you released from the matter real of the visible world.
I hope you would not end up mad after reading this book.
The sole purpose of this book is enlightenment and sanity out of insanity of material science.
Dark matter and dark force is in fact is a scientific saint!

Tribute to Robin Williams

This is a reproduction.
Nanu Nanu from SPACE!


Often it’s not until somebody is gone forever you realize how much you love them. Yesterday we discovered how much we loved Robin Williams. Although we never met him, we grew up with him and we always knew that whenever he appeared on our screens he’d make us laugh or cry or think a little differently about the world.
But, it wasn’t just his comic genius that made us feel close to him. It was also the fact that beneath his zany exterior you always suspected there was a very special warm-hearted person lurking. And this person was acting the way he did because he really did want to make you feel happier. Well, it turns out there was a very special person and he was doing it all just to make us feel happier. These Robin Williams quotes on love, life and loss, help us remember just how special.

“You’re only given one little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.”


“No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change this world.” Dead Poets Society

“Comedy is acting out optimism.”

“I used to think that the worst thing in life was to end up alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel alone.”  World’s Greatest Dad

“Cocaine is God’s way of saying you’re making too much money.”

“You’ll have bad times, but it’ll always wake you up to the good stuff you weren’t paying attention to.” Good Will Hunting

“Some are born great. Some achieve greatness. Some get it as a graduation gift.”

“A woman would never make a nuclear bomb. They would never make a weapon that kills. They’d make a weapon that makes you feel bad for a while.”

“Death is nature’s way of saying, “Your table is ready.”