Building a New PC? Avoid these Rookie Errors! 

As a millennial PC buyer, it can be frustrating to try and find a computer that really meets your needs. Today’s computer buyers have entirely different requirements to buyers 10 years ago. More and more young people are creating art and music professionally, as well as striking out to create their own businesses. Even if… Read More

Our genes and their effects: Q/A part 2

 Here are some more questions from Leah that I am attempting to answer. Please read on if it interests you! For a clearer idea, please refer to the post “Why Do We Age And What Can We Do To Stop It? AND “Why We Age? Q/A part 1″   1) How different is human genetics… Read More

Why we age? Genes and Mutations Q/A Part 1

If you have read the post on “ Why do we age and what can we do to stop it?” , you might like this Q/A post based on it. This is a series of questions from one of my friend Leah who blogs at “The Modern Idiot “. I attempt to answer the same from… Read More


Everything you need to know about aging in one massive yet simple post Our cells are programmed to die. In nature, cells of an organism replace the ones that die (or are killed). But as the organisms age, the regenerative properties decreases. And eventually, new cells are not created as fast as they are removed… Read More

Are GEOs going to replace GMOs?

Recently there has been a lot of talk about Genetically Edited Organisms (GEOs) as a ‘safe’ alternative to GMOs where you get a much improved quality of produce by modifying the genes already present in it rather than introducing foreign genes. In case you need a quick idea about what GMOs really are and how… Read More

Does Economics need Physics in order to Create Models?

  All economies and markets are set in motion with relativity and opposite forces that set them towards the unitary goal of all entrepreneurs – Profit. In a market the common goal doesn’t seem common. A unit voting structure will not work as a unit to give aggregated common results. Hence forms the basis of… Read More

Personalised medicine to be the wave of the near future?

I recently came across this article “Genetics Will Change Vaccination and Other Drug Administration” that encapsulates the recent developments in the field of bio-science and medicine and drug administration focussing on a personalized level, tailor-made to suit every individual’s needs and demand throughout their life-time on one of my favourite blogs, Money FYI and thought I… Read More

Thermodynamics and Productivity: 3 ways the laws can be used in personal life

The 4 laws of thermodynamics describe how physical quantities like temperature, energy, pressure, and entropy (degree of randomness of a system) behave under various circumstances and forbid certain phenomena like perpetual motion. We can utilize these very laws to draw an analogy to real life cases and situations and how to deal with them for… Read More

Easy steps to calculate your Credit Card Debt

Although many of you might be using certain finance apps to keep track of finances, some might want to calculate your credit card debt manually. Certain search terms prompted me to publish this post on an easy method to follow in order to calculate your credit card debt. Here are the simplest steps to follow… Read More

Educational Bingo

How the classic game can facilitate learning The popularity of the classic bingo game has spanned continents, age brackets, and even genders—the demographics of players are both varied and diverse. People are fond of playing the game because it’s more winnable compared to the others; nearly 96% of all who played bingo ended up winning… Read More