Einstein’s chosen world among this unresolved universe ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

…Funny, but his dream of something constant may play an actor’s role that makes the universe stable and static in its fate didn’t work so far, and later it appeared to reverse. Cosmologists then use his cosmological constant assuming about the unknown source of energy that may play a hidden role for the anomalous expansion of the universe. They tagged Einstein’s biggest mistake to trace the source of unknowing Dark Energy, which they think is responsible for the current expansion rate of the universe…Einstein, this way against his wish has appeared the promoter of such a model that he was not prone to accept. His views about the universe-geometry motivate him to draw the simplest outline that could be fitted with his filed equation theory, to prove why God cannot play dice with the life of the universe. However, quantum mechanics and on the other hand Hubble’s assurance about expanding universe compelled him to withdraw his belief to the globe that he thinks is explainable by nature’s laws. It was the beginning moment of the standard model which at later praised to understand the fact that the universe is not empty at all… Continue reading Einstein’s chosen world among this unresolved universe ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Geminated mind or Fictional Reality ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Dear Mother, once you warned me about to remember the difference between Reality and Fiction, once you forbade me to believe in fiction, and I know why you forbade me to doing this…/Yeah, reality is simple when anybody takes to decide it simple that, he will never think of it further and just played to it as it is. Maybe the policy is best to survive but difficult to play, as I’m yet not able to play it very well. Pardon me mother, reality is still enigmatic to me with its reality and I’m walking along the maze to remember your lucid face… which perhaps the only reality that is non-fictional. Continue reading Geminated mind or Fictional Reality ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Rhythmic Eternity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… We see Faust realize at the end (last chapter of the play: second part) that, the desire of humanity is associated with the desire of orchestrated goodness against the evil desire of egoistic mastery. Nature is harmonious with good-and-bad, where humans are the part of this great orchestration, where we are not the master of it, but we can partake the orchestration as a composer of harmony, and that’s the meaning of life, which probably began here by the massive noisy monotonic music…However, we ought to remember, music and notations begin when we were in the jungle passed our life by embracing the beauty and thrill of nature. Nature creates rhythm and we swilled it. Urban life also creates various tunes every day and we use them to create a new test of music, but the basic beats of music still produced where we are closer to the life-evolved nature. Continue reading Rhythmic Eternity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Filler of the void ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Millions of people raised this question in a million of times and yet not solved. Probably it will be an unsolved question for next million years; if we detached ourselves from the believer of God at future then a void space will create in the starry sky. Then who will be the filler of this empty surface? The star-spangled night was dripping on my face./ I rub my fingers over the face and looking to the sky again. It was shining like an angel but the angel was silent to me. Continue reading Filler of the void ⇒ Kirno Sohochari