The Louvre Abu Dhabi Buys a Washington Portrait by Stuart

The 1822 painting shows the first American president sitting at a desk, one hand resting on a document, the other cradling a sword hilt...

It’s Not a Stylus! Microsoft’s Plan to Save the Pen

I used to joke that if Bill Gates had his way, we’d have all been born with plastic sticks coming out of our finger tips.

Weight Loss or Not, Exercise Yields Benefits

Research Finds Reasons for Everyone to Work Out; Even 20 Minutes of Walking Helps

Short story of highest ideal...

Once upon a time a sage, seated beside the sacred river Ganges, notices a scorpion that has fallen into the water. He reaches down and rescues it, only to be stung. Some time later he looks down and sees the scorpion trashing about the water again. Once more he reaches down to rescue it, and once more he is stung. A bystander, observing all this, exclaims, "Holly one, why do you keep doing that? Don't you see that the wretched creature will only sting you in return?

The Technology that Unmasks Your Hidden Emotions


Our Amazingly Plastic Brains...

Mental and physical exercise can keep the brain fit and help it recover capacities lost to disease and trauma

Peter Woit (Theoretical Physicist)

Human being engage in many different sorts of attempts to explain the world around them, but only a specific sort of explanation is normally considered to be scientific.

Sir Isaac Newton

I could calculate the motions of heavenly bodies, but not the madness of the people"

- Sir Isaac Newton

Gaëtan Dugas

In March 1984, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study mistakenly dubbed Gaëtan Dugas as "patient zero" for HIV/AIDS. Mr. Gaëtan Dugas was a Canadian who worked for Air Canada as a flight attendant.

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The Philosophy of Karma

It is a well known fact that, "life will always catches with us" and we suffer either good or bad effect of our causation or Karma…

The hypothesis of “reincarnation” according to “Vedanta philosophy” is based on the fundamental understanding of…



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