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 Fermat’s little theorem and the periods of the reciprocals of primes
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 A brief overview of the last campaign of Chingiz Khan and the issue of succession in the Mongol empire
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 A Political roundup August 15 2018
 The geometric principles behind discrete dynamical systems based on the generalized Witch of Agnesi
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 Making of a modernday mantraśāstra pamphlet
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 A brief note on some new developments regarding the genomics of Indians
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A Political roundup August 15 2018
As I remarked to a friend, much of the stuff in (geo)politics which is relevant to us is what we have predicted before based on the relatively straightforward model of mlecchamarūnmattābhisaṃdhi i.e. the antiheathen coalition of those infected by Abrahamistic … Continue reading
Posted in Politics
Tagged Abrahamism, China, Chinese belligerence, India, political realism
A brief note on some new developments regarding the genomics of Indians
When we wrote a previous article on this matter we had stated that new data will alter the details of our understanding of picture discussed therein. Indeed, two new manuscripts which were deposited in the past month by McColl et … Continue reading
Posted in History, Politics, Scientific ramblings
Tagged ancient India, Aryan, Aryan Invasion, genetics, India, IndoAryan, IndoEuropean, IndoIranian
Of lives of men; of times of menIII
Of lives of men; of times of menII As they were talking, they saw a sallowcomplexioned youth pass by them some distance away carrying a bat on his shoulder. Vidrum waved out to him and he responded similarly and after some … Continue reading
Posted in Cricket, Life, Politics
Tagged inequality, normal distribution, power law, Story
Of lives of men; of times of menI
Sharvamanyu and Vidrum arrived at the campus where Somakhya and Lootika were in their final days of college. Sharvamanyu had already been working for several months while Vidrum had just completed the last but one of his major exams for … Continue reading
Posted in Heathen thought, History, Life, Politics
Tagged Abrahamism, Aryan, Egypt, Hindu, IndoAryan, Iranian, religion, Story, war
Braided power: a brief note on the last great steppe power: the MongolManchu system
We first read of matters pertaining to this note which some interest in books which had newly arrived at a library in our old city that we mainly visited for Sanskritic literature. We wished to summarize everything we had learned … Continue reading
Posted in History, Politics
Tagged Abrahamism, Abrahamistic vandalism, bauddha, buddhism, China, Chinese belligerence, Ching, Chinggis Khan, English, French, Jurchen, Manchu, Mongol, Mongol religion, Mongolia, Mongols, religion, Taiping, world history
A superficial look at national population density and some life history features
Over the years we have repeatedly checked out various collections of data pertaining to the human condition in the same manner as we attempted to apprehend scientific data. We have wondered whether to write on them in any detail. We … Continue reading
Posted in History, Life, Politics
Tagged Afghanistan, Africa, city states, India, IQ, Japan, life expectancy, population density, statistics
Marching onward in the American spring but where to?
We hear in the news that the students (and whoever else) at the University of California, Berkeley, are in state of ferment. This is unsurprising in itself given that the it has for long been the center of American student … Continue reading
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