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Some words on mathematical truth, scientific conviction and the sociology of science
Sometime in the bronze age more than one group of humans, including our own Aryan ancestors, discovered that the squares of the two legs of a right triangle sum up to the square of the hypotenuse. This is the famed … Continue reading
Posted in Heathen thought, Life, Scientific ramblings
Tagged biologists, biology, fake blots, fake gels, fake science, fake scientist, history of science, linguistics, philosophy, philosophy of science, science
Some elementary lessons from iterative fractal maps
The famous Sierpinski gasket was one of the first fractals we wrote code for when we got access to a computer. It impressed us enormously that an intricate object with selfsimilarity over all scales could be generated by a rather … Continue reading
Posted in art, Life, Scientific ramblings
Tagged biology, developmental biology, evodevo, evolution, fractal, fractals, geometry, mathematics, recreational geometry, recursion, science, temple
The professor’s war
It was the end of his work week. Vidrum came to the office of Vrishchika of long tresses; she had just started her lab at the medical school. Vrishchika put on her gloves and handed Vidrum a box: “Here is … Continue reading
Syllable, number and rules in the ideal realm
This note is neither meant to be complete exposition of this matter nor a complete view of all what we have realized in this regard. Nor can it be completely understood by those who are not insiders of the tradition. … Continue reading
Posted in Heathen thought, Life, Scientific ramblings
Tagged art, biology, curlicue, fractal, fractals, geometry, Hindu, mathematical entity, mathematics, pi, Plato, Platonic ideals, proteins, religion, science
In the gray zone
Among the thinkers of the modern Occident one may take note of the Englishman John Gray. He is firmly an insider of the Anglosphere not just by origin but also by worldview: he is quick to spot the barbarisms in … Continue reading
upakathā of previous: śūlapuruṣacatvārakam
It was a bright spring day, when the vaṭakinī mahotsava was being celebrated. Several families from the town were arriving early in the morning at a shrine, which contained a gigantic image of the terrible ape Hanūmat. Even as Somakhya … Continue reading
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Tagged ancient Hindu thought, Gauss, Nietzsche, philosophy, Schopenhauer, science, Spengler, Story
bhR^igu smR^iti
We provide below a translation of the protoscientific section of bhR^igu smR^iti along with a comparative analysis visavis Miletian school of Greeks: Translation of the bhR^igu smR^iti 14 We are not entirely happy with this translation done sometime back: Despite … Continue reading
Posted in Heathen thought, History, Scientific ramblings
Tagged ancient Hindu thought, bharadvAja, bhrgu, epics, Greek, Greek thought, history of science, Indian science, mahAbharata, philosophy, sAMkhya, science