©Saurav Baglari Is there a barrier we can never cross? Are there places we’ll never reach, no matter how hard we try? How far can we go? What are the Limits of Humanity? Turns out, there are places we won’t ever reach; things we won’t ever find. Even with science fiction we are trapped in […]Read More Limits of Humanity
The fear of traveling is the common definition of agoraphobia. This can be a severe condition in which an individual isn’t able to leave the house at… AgoraphobiaRead More Agoraphobia
(✍🏼 by Meena Sripada) In the book Power vs. Force by David R. Hawkins, there’s a hierarchy of levels of human consciousness. It’s an interesting paradigm. If you read the book, it’s also fairly easy to figure out where you fall on this hierarchy based on your current life situation. From low to high, the […]Read More Levels of Consciousness (in detail):
Recap: Fermi Paradox , named after Italian-American physicist Enrico Fermi, is the rise of contradiction or paradox which is the result of the lack of evidence for extraterrestrial civilisations and various high estimates for their probability. So, coming back to the point, let’s discuss about the reasons or the problems why we haven’t found any […]Read More Fermi Paradox (Part III): What are the real problems? Why can’t we find any aliens?
The simple questions are the hardest ones to answer, like : What is a thing? Why do things happen? And why do they happen the way they do? Let’s do a step-by-step analysis: What are you made of? You are matter, which is made of molecules, which are made of atoms and those are made […]Read More What is something?
(continued from part I) * How loneliness kills? Large scale studies have shown that the stress that comes from chronic loneliness is one of the most unhealthy things we can experience as humans. It quickly starts affecting you physically. It makes you age earlier, makes cancers deadlier, makes Alzheimer’s advance faster and makes your immune […]Read More Loneliness (Part II)
*SOLUTIONS AND IDEAS* There are probably 10,000 stars for every grain of sand in the observable universe and probably, trillions of planets with the possibility of life. So, where are all the aliens? …………(continued from part I)……….. Space travel is hard and although possible, it’s hard to travel to other stars, mainly with the current […]Read More Fermi Paradox (Part II): Where are all the Aliens?
Space travel is the most exciting and challenging adventure humanity has ever undertaken. But, ironically, we might stop ourselves from going into space, the more we do it. With every rocket launched and every satellite launched, we are creating a kind of prison, which gets deadlier and more dangerous every year. If it’s ever activated, […]Read More End of Space Age:(Creating a Prison for Humanity)
Everybody feels lonely from time to time. Like when we have no one to sit next to during lunch, or when we move to a new city, or when nobody has time for us at the weekend. But, over the past few decades, this occasional feeling has become chronic for millions.We are living in the […]Read More Loneliness(Part -I): What is loneliness?
Are we the only living things in the Universe? If not, why haven’t we yet found any aliens? Is there something stopping us? The observable universe is roughly 90 billion light years in diameter, which consists of about 100 billion galaxies, each with 100 to 1000 billion stars. Most of these stars are home to […]Read More Fermi Paradox: Where are all the Aliens?( Part 1)