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The Platonic culmination of Euclid and the pentagonhexagondecagon identity
Why did great sage Pāṇini compose the Aṣṭādhyāyī? There were probably multiple reasons but often you hear people say that he wanted to give a complete description of the Sanskrit language. That was probably one of his reasons but was … Continue reading
Posted in Heathen thought, Life
Tagged Geometric construction, geometry, Golden Ratio, Greek, Hindu, Plato, polygons, polyhedra, recreational geometry, religion, triangles, trigonometry
Leaves from the scrapbook4
As described here these entries are from the scrapbook of the second of the caturbhaginī, Vrishchika. Entry 1; kāmāturā, year Siddhārthin of the first cycle: Indrasena departed for grad school last week and I am feeling a bit of loneliness … Continue reading
Posted in art, Life
Tagged aphanosaurs, mercurials, Mohammedanism, politics, rasa, Story
From Plato to Euler and back
This is primarily meant as an educational handout on some very basic theorems of geometry that one might have studied in school. Some educated adults whom we asked about these had either forgotten them or claimed to have never studied … Continue reading
Posted in Scientific ramblings
Tagged Euler, geometry, Plato, Platonic ideals, polygons, polyhedra, polyhedron, space
Śivagaṇas and Andhakāsuravadha in the Vāmanapurāṇa
On Twitter, one of our acquaintances going by the name @GhorAngirasa had a discussion on the significance of the number 66 in śaiva tradition. That reminded us of an unfinished article where we had noted this number in the context … Continue reading
Posted in Heathen thought, History
Tagged Hindu, Hindu ritual, indra, pAshupata, purAna, purANas, religion, shaiva, shiva, vamAnapurANa, viShNu
Packing constants for polygonal fractal maps
Among the very first programs which we wrote in our childhood was one to generate the famous Sierpinski triangle as an attractor using the “Chaos Game” algorithm of Barnsley. A couple of years later we returned to it generalize it … Continue reading
Posted in art, Scientific ramblings
Tagged chaos, complex numbers, fractal, fractals, geometry, Golden Ratio, IFS, polygons, recreational geometry
Cows, horses, sheep and goats
It goes without saying that humans are what they are today because of cows, horses, sheep and goats. Hindu civilization in particular is in the very least the product for the first two, while remaining two contributed to it from … Continue reading
Fraudulent science by Indians: some really bad news
Around 2011 we were approached by a researcher of Indian origin for a collaboration in biochemistry regarding a family of proteins whose biochemical functions we had uncovered. After more than an year of dealing with him, it became clear that … Continue reading
Posted in Life, Politics, Scientific ramblings
Tagged bad ideas, bad research, cancer biology fraud, fraud, fraudulent chromatin remodelers, fraudulent enhancer protein interactions, fraudulent methylated histone binding proteins, fraudulent proteinprotein interactions, Hindu diaspora, India, small RNA fraud