No matter how hopeless the situation may look like, it pays to speak out, like in the case of this Kuwaiti girl (mp4 video — 132MB) . That is why I started this blog . It is better than grumbling alone, silently.
If you can’t cure it, you need not endure it. At least, protest loudly.
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2019 starts with a new facility from me: this new blog
This is a self-hosted WordPress, located in my own web-space at drpartha.org.in . I have nicknamed it : selfpress
I have put my earlier blog on wordpress.com in hibernate (freeze) mode. Henceforth, all my brainwaves (almost) will be displayed here.
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Moral of the story :: never stop trying.
Every blog like this, can still make a (big) difference !
Casting pearls before swines.
Today (22 December) happens to be the birth anniversary of Srinivasa Ramanujan,
a brilliant mathematician who created some incredible mathematics which is
used in a wide variety of fields. Some years ago, after several proddings, the Government of India declared 22 December to be the national mathematics
day. Predictably, the celebrations stopped with that declaration. We continue to bask in our ignorance and indifference, given that many of our so-called mathematicians and institutions remain blissfully ignorant of this great mathematical genius. We do not even know how to celebrate or worship Ramanujan, much less understand or appreciate him. Year after year, I have tried to convince my neighbourhood schools to spend some time talking about mathematics seriously (other than routine classroom lectures). I even compiled and made available on the web, a lot of material about Ramanujan. But no one even noticed it. I have not succeeded in making any dent in their mindset. Maybe, two can lead a horse to the water, but two hundred cannot make the animal sing, if it is a donkey or a swine.
Here are some more discoveries I made:
- Where ignorance is bliss
- Where ignorance is bliss … a
- The sequel to a sequel
- Ramanujan deserves more than this
My own humble tribute to the genius, in my own little way:
- Remembering Ramanujan
“Tamaso maa jyothirgamaya” (lead us from darkness to light — a famous Hindu prayer)
You too can do something about this by signing this petition.
It is no crime to call a spade a spade. It is easier than using verbal camouflage.
It saves you the meaningless effort of having to look eternally for sweet-smelling synonyms. It may make your spadework easier, and may even help you discover hidden treasures.
Finally, it may prove to you once again that
Honesty is not a sin.