The World with Zero Postulation: Unraveling the Mysteries of Nature...

A World with Zero Postulation is a landmark book that tells the story of the development of our understanding of the universe in as simple terms as it can be said in Embark on an incredible journey through time, as human understanding of science journeys from the ancient age, through the medieval age, to the age It tells, in simple language, the very recent development A World with Zero Postulation is a landmark book that tells the story of the development of our understanding of the universe in as simple terms as it can be said in Embark on an incredible journey through time, as human understanding of science journeys from the ancient age, through the medieval age, to the age It tells, in simple language, the very recent developments in the world of science in general and of physics in particular It becomes increasingly difficult for us to predict emergent phenomena, as there is an increase in the number of properties that we have to consider for doing that However, it should also be kept in mind than merely a large number of insignificant components, coming together and constituting a given system, is not enough to ensure that we have emergent properties The noise that is produced may sometimes subdue the emergent properties too.
The World with Zero Postulation Unraveling the Mysteries of Nature A World with Zero Postulation is a landmark book that tells the story of the development of our understanding of the universe in as simple terms as it can be said in Embark on an incredible journey th

  • Title: The World with Zero Postulation: Unraveling the Mysteries of Nature...
  • Author: Subhajit Ganguly
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 271
  • Format: ebook
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    About the Author

    Subhajit Ganguly

    subhajitgangulyauthor.wordpres.on Subhajit GangulSubhajit Ganguly is the Executive Director of Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization, India Kolkata and works for restoring the balance in the natural environment He is a physicist whose areas of expertise include the Theory of Abstraction His contribution to the theory is noteworthy, to say the least The other areas of science, that he has made notable contributions to include astronomy, mathematics and the Chaos Theory Zero postulation is a new concept he has introduced to the theorizing process in sciences He has also made noteworthy contribution towards deciphering the Indus Valley Civilization script He has been an active member of various Open Science Movements for quite some time now and advocates Open Access and Open Data Subhajit is the Ambassador for the Open Knowledge Foundation OKFN , India The Open Education and Open Data projects, Initiated by Subhajit, has attained considerable success within a short span He also wears the hat of being a public speaker too from time to time Besides being an acclaimed author of nonfiction, he has numerous works of fiction to his credit At various times, he has written for various blogs and magazines Besides writing in English, he also writes poems in Bengali You can reach Subhajit Ganguly at gangulysubhajit63 gmail You can also follow him on twitter at twitter subhajitganguly.

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    • Pennie said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 01:55 AM

      An interesting non fiction book 'The World With Zero Postulation' takes us on an incredible ride into the understanding and developments of the universe. The author Subhajit Ganguly is a physicist and does a great job with using black and white diagrams, and easy to understand text about the cosmic microwave that sets off a whirlpool of expansive proportion.He talks about Kepler and other Scientists and the investigation into the motion of the planet mars and other planets in out solar system. A [...]

    • Audrey said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 01:55 AM

      I'm going to be completely honest here by the time I finished the book, I was definitely in over my head. (Not surprising since I failed physics). BUT what I could handle, I consumed readily. This really makes concepts that I had previously been unable to grasp much more palatable to the mind. Odd as it may be, I had a hard time putting this book down, so intriguing it was. You should probably have at least basic scientific conceptual knowledge to get all that you can out of it, but it's definit [...]

    • Subhajit Ganguly said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 01:55 AM

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      Sep 25, 2018 - 01:55 AM

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