Tag Archives: transformation

The Man and The Maths: Srinivasa Ramanujan

Last week, quite by accident, I came across a movie I might not have even bothered to watch. But who can resist Dev Patel especially when you haven’t yet seen “Lion,” another flick I’ve been hoping to see soon? Filmed in India and the UK, the scenery alone was marvelous. Patel plays the role divinely all the

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Happy Birthday, Clyde Tombaugh’s (No, Not Disney’s) Pluto!

I’m not one to stand all the time on ceremony, so why should I start now? A mere two weeks after Clyde Tombaugh’s 24th birthday, he made an incredible discovery. Of course Mike Brown of the International Astronomical Union (IAU)–a member of the International Council for Science (ICSU)– disagrees that Pluto is worthy of recognition.

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India – Solar Return 2015

Please read Pakistan’s Solar Return 2015 as well. Four years ago, when India’s sixth house was rising, the degree of the Solar Return (SR) Ascendant (ASC) was making a 14-minute partile conjunction to the natal Vertex, as if to say this was going to be a year in which fate actually played a key role

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Happy Birthday, Joe! You would have been 71 today…

I wrote the following on the day Joe Cocker died–or rather I wrote what I’ve interwoven with the following on the day he died. Since I hadn’t had an opportunity to post this here in Feature Articles since we hadn’t yet launched the site, I’ve been allowing the original to evolve into what you’re reading today.

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On the Wings of Death – Nepal and India

Updated: September 27, 2018  for edits and inserts. I’ve never used this expression before, but the earthquake that hit Nepal this morning could be said to have felt the wings of death as devastation swept throughout the area. The tremors spread as far as New Delhi in India’s capital district and death into areas of

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