Avoiding Singularities with Quantum Cosmology.

A review of the paper “ Singularity avoidance in Bianchi I quantum cosmology” – Claus Kiefer, Nick Kwidzinski, Dennis Piontek A Cosmic Debate The universe is a very big place. To call it big is an underestimation, the size of this cosmic structure is beyond anyone’s imagination of “big”. In numbers it is estimated to be 93…

Quantum Cosmology- A journey to the beginning of the world

I would like to dedicate this article to my professor Claus Kiefer, who I see inspiration in his continuous work to finding a Quantum Theory of Gravity. Liberation “I’ve always believed in numbers and the equations and logics that lead to reason. But after a lifetime of such pursuits, I ask, “What truly is logic?…

Ideologies- Part II

In a previous post, I have briefly discussed ideologies, from their structure to their formation, and ended up in a conclusion that no universal ideology can ever be achieved, as we will always be different even if we share a common purpose. I argued that the teleological function of any ideology should be prioritized to…

Beauty and Elegance in Physics V1.0

A review of the book “Lost in Math” by Sabine Hossenfelder. Preface I have written this short essay as part of my seminar talk on “Philosophical Foundations of Physical Practice”, that took place in the Summer semester 2019 at the University of Cologne/ Theoretical Physics Institute. Introduction Physics might be intimidating to many, but to…

Ideologies

In this world of many cultures, religions and societies, ideologies vary, and as a result we tend to collide with one another, arguing against those who are different, in favor of those who stand in our stance, a stance which is one in thousand others. I would like to discuss my personal view on ideologies,…

Vulcan, The planet that was never found

On a French winter day in December of 1859, he left everything behind rushing to Orgères, after receiving the news that someone had finally found what he worked effortlessly searching for, Vulcan, the long sought for planet he theorized to describe the perihelion motion of Mercury. Urbain Le Verrier was one of the most skilled…

Versatile Blogger Award

Here are the rules for this award: Thank the person who nominated you. Link to the blog of the person who nominated you. State 7 facts about yourself. Nominate other bloggers who bring joy into your daily life. I would like to thank this wonderful life learner blogger who nominated me for this award. Unfortunately…

Black holes on the Russian Front

A short story of a scientist soldier Honored Mr. Einstein, In order to be able to verify your gravitational theory, I have brought myself nearer to your work on the perihelion of Mercury, and occupied myself with the problem solved with the First Approximation. Thereby, I found myself in a state of great confusion. But…

Birthdays & Relativity

Hasn’t it made you wonder once why we even celebrate birthdays ? I’m not trying to be a pessimistic party pooper here, but seriously, it all started somewhere when we created calendars and started noting down “Birth” days, a day when we were born. But for the thousands of years before that, calendars never even…

The Unattainability of Contentment.

In the quest of finding a purpose of being, we encounter so many hardships that make this process of being unbearable, if not non existent at all. How many brilliant minds have this world given to us, only to have them living in times of war, and soon end up with a cross above their…