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It is evident that even with this year’s evolution in the recognition of women’s achievements, the Nobel prizes are still a bastion of inequality. a contribution to our humans of physics series by Shirin Ermis, originally published at https://felixonline.co.uk A couple of years ago when I started studying Physics, I felt bold enough to try and predict whatContinue reading “This year’s female Nobel laureates – leading a paradigm shift?”
Figure 1: A wilberforce pendulum I’ve been postulating, over the past few months, about various types of mechanical displays of the sort that early scientists used to describe Newtonian physics, and how they might be vehicles to describe aether energy transfer as well. The form of the aether really determines which mechanical display is mostContinue reading “Is Aether Energy Transfer like a Wilberforce Pendulum?”
We have spent centuries wondering about “What happens after we die”. We have talked about life and death over and over again. We have tried to make sense of it all many a times. But one question that hasn’t been asked much is, ” Why Do We Die”? Both, Science and Religion, have tried toContinue reading “Why Do We Die?”
Cooking can sometimes feel like a chore at the end of a busy day. It’s often tempting to throw a ready meal in the oven or call for take out. But preparing a simple and healthy family meal doesn’t have to be hard or time-consuming. Here are some quick wholesome dishes that you and yourContinue reading “Healthy Weeknight Meals”
I know, what could be better that a steaming plate of fries, gravy and cheese curd? Fries, gravy, cheese curd and bacon, that’s what! Throw in some fresh shallots, chilli, and a splash of roasted bone marrow and duck gravy, and we turn this popular French-Canadian dish into a something sublime.
During the week we’re often walking out the door with a coffee in one hand and slice of toast in the other, but on weekends breakfast is never rushed. It’s a late affair, sometimes spilling over to lunch, with lots of reading and chatter in between courses of fruits, poached eggs, honey and toast. OneContinue reading “Breakfast at my House”
There’s nothing better than a warm bowl of pumpkin soup on a cold autumn day. Combine your roasted pumpkin with some onion, garlic, vegetable broth, and a few spices, and give it some time to simmer away. Pair it with a few slices of fresh bread to turn it into something sublime.