The world is not F****D UP

Today I got message that the world is fucked up. Justification was a conversation between two friends.

One argued how come there is “D” in fridge and it’s not there in “refrigerator”.

Well, there is one more analogy to look into it.

There is “K” in Knife but there is no “K” in wife.

Let’s do some technical analysis.

The word “K” of roman script looks like a shield. So, when the knife falls on you, the letter “K” is there to protect you from the sharp edges of knife by making a cover of “K”.

The word wife doesn’t have the letter “K” in it. It implies that, even a roman god cannot save you from wife.

As always your comments are more appreciated than your likes!

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Cosmic Bulletins: Two Major Discoveries Rock Science

TIME

The Theory of General Relativity seemed truly bizarre when Albert Einstein first articulated it 99 years ago: gravity, the great physicist declared, was no longer to be seen as a force, but rather as the warping of “spacetime,” an amalgam of those two formerly independent concepts. The theory also predicted that violent events should trigger gravitational waves, which would set spacetime rippling, like a vat of cosmic jello. There has been some circumstantial evidence of those ripples, involving changes in orbits of binary stars, but what’s always been missing is a smoking gun, direct observational measurement of a gravitational wave.

The same is true of the Inflationary Universe theory, postulated in the 1980s: just .0000000000000000000000000000000000001 seconds (give or take) after the Big Bang, the theory said, the cosmos underwent a burst of expansion so furious that it was briefly flying apart faster than the speed of light. Exceeding light speed…

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Purpose of Education

I would like to start this article with Sanskrit verse

विद्या ददाति विनयं विनयाद्याति पात्रताम् ।
पात्रत्वाद्धनमाप्नोति धनाद्धर्मं ततः सुखम् ॥

vidyA dadAti vinayaM, vinayAdyAti pAtratAM ।
pAtratvAddhanamApnoti, dhanAddharmaM tataH sukhaM ।।

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Influence of Bhagavad Gita

The two words ‘Bhagavad’ and ‘Gita’ mean “the song of the Lord”. The Bhagavad Gita, however, is a philosophical poem, which was authored by Sage Vyasa, the legendary compiler of the Mahabharata. In this article I will tell about the comment made by some renowned people of the world after reading Bhagavad Gita . You can read the Bhagavad Gita in brief by clicking on link http://wp.me/p3NYgy-26 Continue reading Influence of Bhagavad Gita