November 24, 2014

Universe, Life and a Weekend

One story about gravity warping the SpaceTime and causing time to dilate.
Another about dilated perspectives of influenced behavior warping the very personality.
And a lot of WTFs in between which left a lot spinning in the top storey.

What are you thinking? How are you feeling? What have we done to each other? What will we do?
#GoneGirl

Whatever can happen, will happen.
#Interstellar


I was pretty much afraid that gravity instilled by the mysterious black-holes that these (e)motion pictures had created would be inescapable this weekend. But then roughly 1600 KMs away, two different people I had known at two different times were playing throw-ball with each other. And you thought universe just couldn't be any more complicated?

The good explanations are tough to understand. The easy ones are as many as the galaxies themselves. Sometimes I even wonder what cooks my chicken - I honestly (90%) have no idea how much oil, salt and spices I throw in, but in the end it always turns out edible (thankfully). Either it cooks itself or some force warps the nature of the ingredients, dilates/speeds up the time so that it ends up tasting the same - nomatter by what different name I christen the new recipe. e.g. Dhamaka Chicken. Chicken Maniac.
Chicken Maniac <Patent Pending>
In this universe of endless possibilities and infinite outcomes, I am everything, and thankful.
Countless choices shaping the fates. Each causing a ripple and once in a while, the ripples coming together to form a tide that would sweep the future...for the future is never set (in stone).

But the past is set in stone. Atleast literally, if not philosophically or (quantum) physically. And geographically - at Lepakshi.

Lepakshi
Roughly 135 KMs from Bangalore, lies this place, smaller than any average tech-park in the city. The entrance is guarded by the monolithic Nandi Statue, a stone throw distance away from the major attraction - the ancient Veerbhadra temple - yet another granite marvel of a series of pillars, slabs and long corridors. You could call it our own neat and sculpted stonhenge.
Almost at the border, it lies in Andhra Pradesh enroute Banglaore - Hyderabad highway. 
And it would just, very beautifully add more into your already swollen list of wonderous Hows, Whats and Whys.
I would vouch for that in the very words of legendary Bappi da.
Nandi - The Bull
Lepakshi - Veerbhadra Temple


StoneHenge

Kasam Paida Karne Wale Ki

Interstellar Effect

Minding it since 1991


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Rights to exaggeration and bragging reserved.
Its not how it happened; its how you remember it.
No characterisation intended
Data and information may have been skewed to suit the storyline, but Gravity was taken equal to 1G and Velocity << C
Everything is relative to your perspective

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