Mar 15, 2015

'Mother' Theresa and Mohan Bhagwat

Reaction to the statement on 'Mother Theresa' by Mohan Bhagvat creates ripples, ire, protest from all quarters. Couple of years ago, even hindus hardly protested when Jayalalitha and congress (hand in glove) arrested and abused Shankaracharya! Eventually he was aquitted of all charges.  Not even a handfull was even bothered to react like how the christian community did to support Theresa. Thats the fate of Hindus everywhere, anywhere.

We need a Bhagavat to keep Hindus from being pounded from several vested groups.

If you check history of all episodes on various TV channels and print media, you will see how they abused, belittled Kanchi's Shankaracharya even before court gave it's verdict. The damage done in the society is irreversible.

Now, will the same media treat Theresa the same way if Mohan Bhagvat can anyday prove her intentions of 'service'?

Mar 13, 2015

No Currency Minting Please.....!!

If America's majority can live on Credit Cards, if many Indians use Credit and Debit cards, there is absolutely no paper money needed. Do away with coins too!

Save Lakhs of Crores by doing away with hard cash. Just like how offices go paperless, currency can go Mintless!

That means your money will be electronic. As such it sure is! Then why not expand the entire currency dealing to electronics?

Advantage? No money goes unaccounted. No transaction will be a secret. No one can steal your money! 

How to keep track of your money and not let some hackers simply move your digital money to another account? Well, our scientists, economists, mathematicians are brilliant. They will find a way out. As a layman, I think every source of your money must establish links to your destination account. Means, your company that pays your salary must link their "security transaction link" to your bank account. If your tenant pays rent, he pays it by bank. The transaction establishes link to your account. This way numerous sources will setup links to your account and your account does the same to whoever you pay.

Why is this linking required? Because that is by itself a security lock over each and every account. If someone must hack it, the network will alert the banks and account holders. Unless entire link can be delinked there is no way to make an illegal alteration to your account.

How to then handle smaller (petty) amounts? Oh well, then let there be the smaller denominations lesser than Rs 10 in the circulation. :)

(Corrected spelling: Alternation to Alteration. 17th Dec 16)

Feb 5, 2015

Prevent stealing of Mobile Phones

Very basic way to keep your cellphones safe is to tie it to a Retractable Key/Card Holder that you lock into belt loop from inside the trouser's pocket. No big deal to stitch safety hook inside the pocket thats strong enough to not tear. 

Courtesy link: SNAPDEAL.COM

But what if you can still go electronics/tiny area radio signal way?! If your phone moves away 2 feet from your radio signaled detector/bluetooth, hidden somewhere in your body, then the phone beeps loud even if its silent mode! You catch the thief. If the real owner have to pick up the phone, s/he can type in the password to nullify detection for the moment.

OR....There must be some way of the mobile phone detecting a hand by it's pressure, or position or skin print within 10 seconds of anyone lifting it. If its not the true owner that has picked the phone, it's internal security should generate high pitched siren!! 

Or even, if skin or pressure detection is not possible, there must be a way to detect its been picked up and if the true owner doesn't type in the pass code, the siren goes off!! Imagine someone picking your pocket in a bus? Can he really get away without getting caught?! :)

Why shouldn't I be awarded a cash prize for my 

Feb 3, 2015

Using high space for Emergency services

Maybe we cannot have too many overpass and underpassing roads in Bangalore or such metros. But the space above is not much utilized for transport. The urgent need in such a city is to tackle emergency situations such as accident victims, health emergency or even helping stranded animals. 

The access to such points should be made easy by not having ambulances wade through ungiving traffic but instead use the space above by constructing exclusive tracks across the city, in most efficient, optimising, convenient design. An ambulance that is like a box with all basic emergency serving equipments and fitted with pullys/cranes, must hang from these to pull up victims/patients. 

These tracks must criss cross the city that connects from/through accident prone locations to hospitals. 

Ambulances must be fit with a radio and mobile signal jammers! While they move through the traffic, they jam the radios to let their siren be heard! :) Haven't you realized how careless of life we are when we are involved listening to our favourite RJ or music? 

Feb 2, 2015

Hindus discovered before they did.

Old news!

But its always NEW when its about India's pride :)

Here is what I found while reading about Sir Isaac Newton.

Indians predated Newton 'discovery' by 250 years (link)

"The beginnings of modern maths is usually seen as a European achievement but the discoveries in medieval India between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries have been ignored or forgotten.
"The brilliance of Newton's work at the end of the seventeenth century stands undiminished - especially when it came to the algorithms of calculus.
"But other names from the Kerala School, notably Madhava and Nilakantha, should stand shoulder to shoulder with him as they discovered the other great component of calculus- infinite series.
"There were many reasons why the contribution of the Kerala school has not been acknowledged - a prime reason is neglect of scientific ideas emanating from the Non-European world - a legacy of European colonialism and beyond

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