Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Reflections 8



Following are some of my short writings, which due to their format, could not be devoted separate pages. I had earlier posted them in series form on my Facebook page: Amit's Notebook. This is the eighth part.




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Night-time scientific observations teach us so many things about Earth environment. Today for the first time in my life I saw a jackal . . .

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'Bioaerosols' is a good topic. One has chances of winning Nobel Prize in Physics, Chemistry as well as in Medicine. Wonder whether in Literature and Peace also.

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I think Kanpur can be designated as the storm capital of the country.

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Teenagers always have been the same -- they know how to enter a system, but are clueless about how to come out of it. That day it was Chakravyooh; today it is Facebook.

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The term ‘noble profession’ is a myth.

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I wonder whether ideas of laptops and WiFi would work without electricity.

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I wonder why the movie ‘Black’ was not shot in Switzerland.

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You are concerned about the image of the country reaching outside. Won’t they know the truth when they come here?

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Afghanistan can be an illustration of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. An attempt to reduce one error results in another error.

10-
Missing -- Mr. United Nations, Age 70 years, . . .


See also:
Amit’s Notebook Link





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6 comments:

  1. why Kanpur can be designated as the storm capital of the country.

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    1. During May and early June, several episodes of moderate to heavy storm occur here.

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  2. This list of disjointed thoughts was a good read, especially the line of Facebook and Chakravyooh :)

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    1. Thanks Prerna. In response to this particular reflection, I have been told elsewhere that this applies to grown-ups as well :-)

      Hope you like other posts of this series as well. The link is given in menu bar at the top of this page.

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