Whenever we are inspired by nature, it is the ultimate inspiration because our perspective and perceiving of this nature's true image are then understood and implemented. Maybe our discoveries are due to this mother nature, there is always a unique tune of this type which match/es nature's song. Akshay Kumar Das © Akshay Kumar  You can … Continue reading Nature & It’s tune – By Akshay Kumar
The “steel greenhouse” concept for demonstrating the radiative greenhouse effect has been debunked many times on this blog (the least reason of which its advocates attempt to conserve temperature instead of energy!), but the solution for it sitting in an ambient-temperature environment has never been demonstrated. We will do that now here and will present the maths for both of the scenarios where for a) the ambient-temperature is zero Kelvin, and b) the ambient-temperature is greater than zero.
Advocates of the steel greenhouse think that temperature is a conserved quantity, i.e., that temperatures add together. Their diagram above shows a “core” producing 235 W/m2out of its surface area, and they think that this is conserved by the shell emitting at the same temperature at 235 W/m2 over a larger surface…
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I’m not a fan of the multiverse. I think it’s over-hyped, way beyond its current scientific support.
But I don’t think it’s going to kill physics.
By “the multiverse” I’m referring to a group of related ideas. There’s the idea that we live in a vast, varied universe, with different physical laws in different regions. Relatedly, there’s the idea that the properties of our region aren’t typical of the universe as a whole, just typical of places where life can exist. It may be that in most of the universe the cosmological constant is enormous, but if life can only exist in places where it is tiny then a tiny cosmological constant is what we’ll see. That sort of logic is called anthropic reasoning. If it seems strange, think about a smaller scale: there are many planets in the universe, but only a small number of them…
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When we were nomadic Mother nature helped us to grow, from breaking that barrier which was challenging to survive, In the span of billion's of years our present age was built with many efforts of nature's rule of survival of fittest. Of course, our intellectual was the reason but the neccesary need was by mother nature, ever … Continue reading Nature tune’s you – By Akshay Kumar Das
Maybe due to some fact of showing interest in making or creating bond between each other whom we meet is very important which will make us more conscious of thing we do it unconsciously But If no one cares you, there is always a best friend called nature, sky, red soil, sunshine which will be caring … Continue reading World is finding interesting – By Akshay kumar das
If You ask me which are harmony which resonates with my views are true relationship and love. Maybe the bond of love you share with your neighbor or classmate or a stranger. Be happy to all, love all. Which will automatically connect your goodness to other's mind and then transform them to love you back, which enable you … Continue reading Enjoy the harmony In your life – By Akshay Kumar Das
“Listening to your breath is viewed as observation" tuning in to the trilling of feathered creatures is a reflection. In this, I mean Breathing a normal phenomenon is much more important, oxygen you breath with this polluted air with an unhealthy mind is not fresh breathing. If one breath good air, he is equally honored to … Continue reading Breath is viewed as observation – By Akshay Kumar Das
In this massive place of living systems, Homo sapiens emerged into a pioneer in technological revolutions since from early ages. It’s the technological optimism. We are at this age where we are into bionics, artificial intelligence, much more. Due to the much more complex understanding of this nature made us to clearly understand the neutrons … Continue reading Nature & technological optimism – By Akshay Kumar
Scott Kelly is a previous military pilot and aircraft tester, a designer, A veteran of four space flights, Kelly ordered the International Space Station (ISS) on three undertakings and was an individual from the yearlong mission to the ISS. In October 2015, he set the record for the aggregate collected number of days spent in … Continue reading Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery – Review by Akshay Kumar
I never attempted these equations until I make my own particular scientific ways to deal with the level of numerical ability of science required for this, I used to think like this when I was the student. I recommend readers of my blog to read Einstein’s field equations, but before understanding them, know that the … Continue reading Understanding depth of Einstein’s Field Equations – By Akshay Kumar