In most cases we don't find scientific article about our local area and its phenomena, we always moving around NASA and space. This news article is beautifully written about the research publication on Karuvannur river's past tectonic activity and evolution....... Most river basins in Kerala are very sinuous and have asymmetric basin characteristics. This behaviour… Continue reading Karuvannur River: Responding to tectonics
Welcome back to the chronicles, I know this is a very long time from my last post. I am so scared to say that I am out of time. I don't know what makes the time to deceives me on this extend. I usually do think like I am in a spaceship, only my watch… Continue reading Researcher in the space ship
Amateurs are usually drive by passion and imagination, not theories or concepts. But like every academic and professional researchers, they have to be well organised and collaborated. But unfortunately most amateurs/tinkers are no t in an order, and found to be extreme introverts in nature.
This is my new life, or the life once I dreamt, but I don't have that fascinating embarrassment. Now I am a registered PhD student in Cochin University. Between my dream and the present reality, lot of things happened. I became a father, some of my unrealistic projects have been listened as a marine biologist.… Continue reading A curious thought on creativity
Fear and curiosity are two sides of a coin. Those who have the courage and intelligence/passion could tackle it efficiently. Like my childhood, everyone was born with curiosity, but they lost it eventually by time.i e, children are born as creative minds. it is all by our fear of failure. This makes our quest of knowledge is usually end up on google/readymade answers, rather than doing it their on way. This is a total disaster and the complete lost of new findings. There is an urging need to restore such passions, because amateurs had a golden history of innovation.