Hubble’s Eye To Reach the Edge of Universe

In 2015, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope precisely measured the mass of the oldest known planet in our Milky Way galaxy. At an estimated age of 13 billion years, the planet is more than twice as old as Earth’s 4.5 billion years.

The ancient planet orbits a peculiar pair of burned-out stars in the crowded core of a cluster of more than 100,000 stars. The new Hubble findings close a decade of speculation and debate about the identity of this ancient world. Until Hubble’s measurement, astronomers had debated the identity of this object. Was it a planet or a brown dwarf? Hubble’s analysis shows that the object is 2.5 times the mass of Jupiter, confirming that it is a planet. Its very existence provides tantalizing evidence that the first planets formed rapidly, within a billion years of the Big Bang, leading astronomers to conclude that planets may be very abundant in our galaxy.

A Revolutionary New Look at How Planets Are Born
By Corey S. Powell 

HL Tauri, an infant star in the constellation Taurus, is surrounded by a swirling disk of gas and dust. The dark rings mark places where planets are forming. Right there, right now! (Credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)

It truly is revolutionary, Or you could call it the holy grail, or the smoking gun–almost any cliche you throw at it works, because this is the real deal. What you are witnessing here is nothing less than the genesis of an entire new solar system, taking place right before your eyes. For some quick context: Ever since Immanuel Kant introduced his nebular hypothesis in 1755, scientists have strongly suspected that planets form in swirling clouds around newborn stars. Over the years the theory has grown far more refined, filled in with supercomputer simulations and with increasingly detailed studies showing that young stars are surrounded by disks of gas and dust, closely matching what the models predict. But this new image, created by the ALMA observatory in Chile, is by far the best look ever at how planets are born.







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ಪ್ರೇಮ ಹಡಗಿನಲ್ಲಿ ಪ್ರೇಮ ನಾವಿಕನಂತೆ ನಾನು
ಬರುವರು ಪ್ರಯಾಣಕ್ಕೆ ಕೆಲವರು
ಶುಲ್ಕ ಪಾವತಿಯೇ ದ್ವೇಷತೊರೆ ಅದೇ ಪ್ರೀತಿ ಕರೆ
ಮೇಲೆಂಬುದು ಕೀಳೆಂಬುದು ಇಲ್ಲ

ಎಲ್ಲಾ ನದಿಯ ನೀರು ಸಮುದ್ರವಾಗಿ
ಒಂದಾಗಿ ತೂಗುತಿದೆ ಅಲೆಗಳಾಗಿ …
ಅವು ಸಹ ತಲುಪುವವು ಪ್ರೇಮ ಲೋಕವ
ಆದರೆ ಇಂತಿರುಗಿ ಹೋಗುತವೆ

ಅಲೆಗಳು ದಡಮುಟ್ಟಿದಾಕ್ಷಣ
ಮತ್ತೆ ತರಲು ಪ್ರೀತಿ ಹಕ್ಕಿಗಳನ್ನು
ಪ್ರೇಮಲೋಕಕ್ಕೆ ಎಲ್ಲರನ್ನು ಪ್ರೀತಿ ದಡವನ್ನು
ತಲುಪಿಸಿವುದು ಅಲೆಗಳ ಗುರಿ

ಆದರೆ ನಾವೇಕೆ ನಮ್ಮ ತಮ್ಮಗಳೆಂದು
ಜೀವವಿಲದಿದ್ದರು ಹರಿಯುವ ಜೀವ ನದಿಗಲ
ತವರೂರು ಸಮುದ್ರ

ದ್ವೇಷವಿಲ್ಲದೆ ಬದುಕುತಿಲವೇ ಒಂದುಗೂಡಿ
ಮನುಷ್ಯನಲ್ಲೂ ಹರಿಯುತದ್ದೇ ನೆತ್ತರೆಂಬ ಜೀವನದಿ
ದ್ವೇಷವೆಂಬ ಬುಗ್ಗೆಯನ್ನು ಕುದಿಯುತಾ
ಇದು ಹೇಗೆ ಪ್ರೇಮಲೋಕದ ತವರೂರದಿತು

ಪಾಪತೊರೆಯುವ ನದಿಗಳನ್ನು ಪಾಪಿಗಳಂತೆ
ವರ್ತಿಸುವ ನದಿಗಳಿಗೆ ಹೋಲಿಕೆಯಲ್ಲಿ …
ಹೋಲಿಕೆಯಾದೀತು ಕೆಲವರಿಗಿ
ಪ್ರೇಮ ಮಂತ್ರವನ್ನು ಜಪಿಸುವವರಿಗೆ

ಪ್ರೇಮ ಪ್ರೀತಿಯನ್ನು ಹಂಚುವವರಿಗೆ
ದ್ವೇಷವನ್ನು ತೊರೆದು ಪ್ರೇಮ ನಾವಿಕನಲ್ಲಿಗೆ ಬರುವವರಿಗೆ
ಹೋಲಿಕೆಯಾದೀತು ಅವರಿಗೆ
ಪ್ರೇಮ ನಾವಿಕನಲ್ಲಿ ಬರುವವರಿಗೆ

ಅಕ್ಷಯ್ ಕುಮಾರ್


slide-01The happiest thing is to share the Joy of everything , Our feelings of Heart. God created the world by means of words, by divine fiat. says Judeo-Christian Bible. Heart Beats have rhythm , They sing their words,  same way our feelings should not be submerged inside we must share it , If its the sorrow kind of thing then we must share and let others to know what made us feel guilt,or sad. They learn from it. Poetry is art by means of words. The word itself is of Greek origin and its etymological meaning is “making” (to say that someone is a poet is to call him or her a “maker”). This oldest of the human arts was born in song (and dance). Rhythm and rhyme (and reason) go hand-in-hand when it comes to poetry. Though the language of poetry is the language of emotions, it is not devoid of rationality either. In a good poem the head is the head of the heart, even as it is the heart that gives life to the head. And this is true even if we accept Pascal’s famous dictum about “the heart having reasons that reason will not understand”.

In this instance i’m Glad that the students from Indian institute of science Made remarkable history in combining the science with Art and Literature. “Poetry and Story telling session under open sky on green grass” organized by IISc students, Researchers, Teachers.

So it was words that brought the world into existence in the first place, and it is words (by means of human fiat, if you will) that create our own worlds as well. For it is by means of words that we apprehend, categorize, and even think and feel and know our world.

We even interpret our most important experiences (like falling in love) in terms of the words our culture uses to talk about them. Even Our Indian Tradition on Festive Times , Sorrow , Joy we share in poems.

The Founder of the Unique Way of interactive Session is Amith Roy , Doing his Research in Physics Department of Indian Institute of Science, IISc, Bangalore . He is Inspiration to Me, Because I’m also Enthusiastic about Physics and Art. He is Always Curious about Things Around himself, Like Theater works, Poetry sessions. I like The Blend of Science and Literature. Its My privilege to share something about him in My Blog.

The Praveen Chandra Tiwari is another Person Who is Young and Energetic Physics Researcher his Ideas are Awesome, They Write So well in Hindi, I read Blog Created by them, (which are in Hindi). Thank you.

and also the Host of the literature session is Amith Joshi he Have Tremendous Talent in attracting audiences by his awesome hosting.  Many IISC students share their Poems here, Thank you.

And another Poet and Researcher Sanjeetha Sharma  , She is Multitasking , Sanjeeta sister (I think her as my elderly sister, Because i have no sibling… one will defiantly will need such a sister )  Sanjeeta sister actually involve in  Many fields From Science to Art, and studies her Ecology from indian institute of science. she is an Ecologist.     Sanjeeta write in English, Nepali,kannada and Traveling Japan, Singapore , around the world for Wildlife research , Sanjeeta also find her way on writing Kannada poems which is really an inspirational to every kannadiga ( Myself Being kannadiga ) because her mother tongue is not Kannada , But she Like kannada literature which is really pride thing. Which Makes us to realize our responsibility towards our mother tongue. I really thank her from heart , all the best to sister.. I hope you will do much more to kannada literature also for Wildlife research,conservation many things in Future. I have learnt lot from you… of-course your one of the Gem of IISc….

Sanjeeta have her Blog on An illustrated story of a calf   and one more Blog  One more Blog :

Its not the End of a story . we can find Most Creative people across in India had been settled in Bangalore , i.e at Indian institute of science. Happy that i was in their celebration which is an first step in their Journey. Thanks Every one.

If its happiness share it..Happiness is more worthier than Money or Gifts.. Suggest a friend. Write letter to friend instead messages, meet them . Writing letter to friend With some occasional days, Taking special time For writing and Asking them to write in return, May bring changes and Evolution of New way of writing in this smart world.




Story of Schrödinger – 1

Erwin Schrodinger‘s was a professor at Zurich. his six years At the Zurich would made him to be one of the most famous physicist.  He was a Nobel Prize-winning Austrian physicist who developed a number of fundamental results in the field of quantum theory, which formed the basis of wave mechanics.

He formulated the wave equation (stationary and time-dependent Schrodinger equation) and revealed the identity of his development of the formalism and matrix mechanics.

I have been reading his concepts i found Schrodinger proposed an original interpretation of the physical meaning of the wave function.He spent his lots of time in doing theoretical physics research, later Schrodinger came upon the work of fellow physicist Louis de Broglie in 1925.

In 1924 De Broglie had proposed a theory of wave mechanics.This was an first attempt for physicists across the world to starting an eye on quantum mechanics. and also the the atomic model of Niels Bohr.

In 1927, Schrodinger left his position at Zurich for a new, prestigious opportunity at the University of Berlin, where he met Albert Einstein. He held this position until 1933, opting to leave upon the rise of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Party and the related persecution of Jewish citizens. Shortly after joining the faculty of Oxford University in England, Schrodinger learned that he had won the 1933 Nobel Prize in Physics, sharing the award with another quantum theorist, Paul A.M. Dirac. In his Nobel Prize acceptance speech, Schrodinger stated that his mentor, Hasenöhrl, would be accepting the award if he hadn’t died during World War I.

In terms of his writing, Schrodinger published the influential book What Is Life?, his attempt to link quantum physics and genetics, in 1944. He was also versed in philosophy and metaphysics, as evidenced in Nature and the Greeks (1954), which looked at ancient belief systems and inquiries; and his final book, My View of the World (1961), inspired by the Vedanta and exploring belief in a unified consciousness. Schrodinger died on January 4, 1961, in his hometown of Vienna.

A 1989 book on his life was written by professor Walter J. Moore Schrodinger: Life and Thought.

Following his work on quantum mechanics, Schrodinger devoted considerable effort to working on a Unified Field Theory that would unite gravity, electromagnetism, and nuclear forces within the basic framework of General Relativity, doing the work with an extended correspondence with Albert Einstein. In 1947, he announced a result, “Affine Field Theory,” in a talk at the Royal Irish Academy, but the announcement was criticized by Einstein as “preliminary” and failed to lead to the desired unified theory. Following the failure of his attempt at unification, Schrodinger gave up his work on unification and turned to other topics.
As many physicists, Schrodinger had a strong interest in psychology, in particular color perception and colorimetry (Farbenmetrik). He spent few years of his life working on these questions and published a series of
papers in this area:   His work on the psychology of color perception follows the step of Newton, Maxwell and von Helmholtz in the same area. Some of these paper have been translated to English.

can be found in: Sources of Colour Science, Ed. David L. MacAdam, The MIT Press (1970).The philosophical issues raised by Schrödinger’s cat are still debated today and remain his most enduring legacy in popular science, while Schrödinger’s equation is his most enduring legacy at a more technical level. To this day, Schrödinger is known as the father of quantum mechanics. The large crater Schrödinger, on the far side of the Moon, is named after him. The Erwin Schrödinger International Institute for Mathematical Physics was established in Vienna in 1993.Schrödinger’s portrait was the main feature of the design of the 1983–97 Austrian 1000-Schilling banknote, the second-highest denomination.A building is named after him at the University of Limerick, in Limerick, Ireland,as is the ‘Erwin Schrödinger Zentrum’ at Adlershof in Berlin.