We have started witnessing the rise to power of board games during this lock-down season. Be it chess, carrom board, scrabble, chinese checkers, Uno and even what Kannadigas call chowka bhara; a game played with cowrie shells. Recently, my cousin and I decided to play Scrabble to beat the boredom and have some fun with … Continue reading The secret metabolic lives we lead
Readers love a good origin story. Ask fans of DC and Marvel and they will agree with me. Weave a tragic background around your protagonist and you have got yourself a seller. While tragedy has a way with readers, honesty is another strong element that can draw them into a story. It is why I … Continue reading Tale as Old as Time
Natural Experiments Co. believes in hiring mavericks to solve complex landscape level problems that exceeds the capabilities of ordinary minds. If you think small, do not bother to read beyond this point. Advertisement notice: Do you fancy yourself a Sherlock? Have you lived an unfulfilling life with no challenges? Join us in our venture called “Natural … Continue reading Case file: Investigating the murder of the blue-point oysters.
A song written by Haemoglobin - Adapted from Andrew Belle's song, "In my veins." The link to the original song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0KZuZF01FA Holding O2 and Letting gO2 Nothing goes as planned. Everything will break. O2 says goodbye In its own special way. All that you can bind on And all that you can save Will … Continue reading Holding On and Letting go
Unlike my previous pieces, this will be a personal story. The reason I write this blog is very simple. I like to study myself. Call it selfish, but I think I can only be of service to someone else if I know myself. Writing is a way by which I try to do that. The … Continue reading Communicating A Thought thoughtfully
From the ongoing series of ‘A Song of Blood and Air’. Part 1 of the series: https://schrodingersdaisy.wordpress.com/2016/11/14/the-iron-throne/ Part 2: https://schrodingersdaisy.wordpress.com/2017/01/26/estimating-2000000000-bo/ Title borrowed from a book written by Herriot. This is a stolen transcript from a secret monthly meeting held at an unknown location in the ancient city of Chemidom; ruled by Lord Oxygen. The … Continue reading If only they could talk…
I like the number 24. It seems like a very reliable number, doesn’t it? You can build a rectangle, a square or even a triangle with it. Rectangular wall - 2 towers with 12 coins each. Square wall- 4 towers with 6 coins each. Triangular wall – 3 towers with 8 coins each. 24 seems … Continue reading Numbers, shapes and the idea of 16,777,216.
From the ongoing series, ‘A song of Blood and Air.’ BO stands for Before Oxygen. Let there be light; and there was light. Let there be abundant highly reduced organic compounds in the menu under “hot oceanic soup” for the hungry prokaryotic cells; and there it was. Let these compounds deplete slowly as a punishment … Continue reading Estimating 2,000,000,000 BO
Dedicated to Dear Haemoglobin, Without you, I would not possess the higher cognitive functions that enable me to write this piece in the first place. Instead, I would probably be under the lens of a mad etymologist; a tiny and ‘cold’ insect. Instead, here I am, typing my way through life because of a small … Continue reading The Iron Throne
It has been years since we last met. You used to tease me on our dates, arriving in different disguises. Never once did I mistake You For Another. Never once did I forsake You For Another. Many came along in that ‘period’ But we stood the test of time; the wrath of Father whose … Continue reading Dear Sulphur,