- Moon and Human Behaviour
- Some Thoughts on the Nature of Reality
- Visual Intelligence; How We Create What We See by Donald D. Hoffman, W. W. Norton, New York, 2000- A Review
- The Shroud of Turin: Where should Research Lead?
- Correcting an Incorrect Reference
- Has the Oldest Enigma of Humanity been really solved?
- Imagined Orders, Chains of Memories and Biographical Existence: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harrari, Harvill Secker, London 2014
- A Short Note on Paradoxes Associated with Venus Figurines
- The Constructal Law, Feedback Mechanism in Evolution and the Challenge of Selfish Genes – An Opinion
- Reflections on Palaeolithic Cave Art, Girls at Puberty and the origin of Religion
Category Archives: Religion in General
This paper revisits the analysis of radiocarbon dates from the article published by Damon et al in the journal Nature in 1989. Arguing from a novel statistical point of view, the current analysis, within the confines of the data provided in their paper, further confirms their radiocarbon dates for the Shroud of Turin. It also finds the opposing argument that their result is untenable due to the shortcomings of sample selection arising from the localised heterogeneity such as invisible mending in the selected sample, to be highly unlikely Continue reading
During my Christmas Holidays, I enthusiastically read the book “Proof of Heaven” by Eben Alexander, a neurosurgeon, (Pan Macmillan Australia, 2012). This book having been on the bestseller list, despite what its title says, does not provide even an inkling … Continue reading
The Legacy of Sathya Sai Baba is an article looking at the teachings and life of the Indian Guru- Sathaya Sai Baba from the authour’s personal point of view. It evaluates him as a spiritual leader who strive to convince the populace the importance of the unity of among the diversity of religions. Continue reading
Life is something extremely precious and not to be treated with contempt and disregard. Every one of us loves our dear life and likes to see our kith and kin grow old with us. None of us are just there … Continue reading