anish bharatwaj

Chennai, India

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my name is Anish and i just finished my Class 10 public xaminations. there's nothing more to know honestly. oh yeah! im a trinity guildhall 4th grade pianist.

An idea worth spreading

we study to improve our intellect. to enhance our knowledge and know more. one thing i wish to say is this : start comprhending the text. it is better and more efficent than having to memorise the whole book.

I'm passionate about

music, taking part in humanitarian services, Sicence (u know: space, physics, astronomy)And the human life.

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music, Science(space, physics so on and such like) God and religion, History and human life. DONT TALK TO ME ABOUT POLLITICS

My TED story

my first TED video was Benjamin Zander's passion and classical music. I didnt notice them 20 minutes flying by. The more i Xplore TED, the more i am craving to take part in TED conversations. Thank you TED for introducing urself to me.

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anish bharatwaj
Posted almost 2 years ago
Is there room for God in science (Creationlism vs Evolution)?
hai frans. well... when i say that god is the limits of human comprehension, i dont actually mean there is no definite meaning. it is just that who god is and what he does is looked at by different people over different periods of time and that part where u prove the non existence of god by saying that "god has to be outside.....and thus non existent", actually, there is one ancestor particle in all of us that is the same particle which gave rise to life as we know. as of know the unknown god particle (to be scientific, Higgs Boson) is yet to be discovered. however, with the discovery of higgs comes more questions.... and thus my statement.
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anish bharatwaj
Posted almost 2 years ago
Could the big bang be caused by a black hole getting so incredibly dense that it crosses the threshold between nothing to everything?
Hi John. firstly, im just a 16 year old kid who completed his 10th grade public Xams. needless to say however, i have this passion towards space and astronomy. so pls bear with me and correct me if i am mistaken. from what i could comprehend, your statement sounds a bit like big crunch rather than big bang. from the bit of research i was doing myself, there is a certain Higgs boson that is involved in this big bang. something that added to matter such that there was an excess of matter than antimatter which caused this cataclysm. and the concept of hawking radiation was xplained assimple as possible in Dr. Hawkings' "George's Secret Key To The Universe". so i really would not be able to make much of them physics jargons. so help me out here please. and the density coming to a dead end... i think that is how stars are formed in them dense portions of a cloud nebulae. (the dense portions appear black when taken in a UV camera).
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anish bharatwaj
Posted almost 2 years ago
is the society biased towards a certain community or a religious sect for the mistake comitted by one individual or is it unbiased?
hi kim!! well yeah i understand what u r trying to convey. the Yin and Yang of human life. but only at times,.. we are stuck in a quagmire where the Yang is more than yin. The human mind is as unstable as it is sane. the same state of life affects us emotionally, and often we need such haywire to break out. but the same haywire should be controlled and it should not be let loose so as to affect other innocent people.
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anish bharatwaj
Posted almost 2 years ago
is the society biased towards a certain community or a religious sect for the mistake comitted by one individual or is it unbiased?
hai kinobe! again... i wish to say that harmony CAN be welcomed. that one positive thought is enough to drive people towards it. And the so called bio, emo, intellect drivers can be dierected towards reaching harmony. it is not all that difficult. and i agree that religion cast creed ETC ETC serve as a spiritual, social and cultural routers. but then again they are mere identities. i am not asking one to give up his identity, rather look at it as one. I actually stated this because of a personal incident that had happened in my friend's life, where compassion had saved his life. i dont wish to get into them details...not now though.
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anish bharatwaj
Posted almost 2 years ago
is the society biased towards a certain community or a religious sect for the mistake comitted by one individual or is it unbiased?
well Roy... as always, no offence intended. i am a wee bit sensitive when it comes to this subject. firstly, religion can never be destroyed, i agree. but what i am trying to say is that it is, but, an identity. how we go about leading our lives is hardly governed by religion. its nothing wrong being a fanatic, but there is a limit to that as well. and that thingy about japan attacking pearl harbour, from the li'l bit of history i came across in films, i think it is because japan didnt abide by the genevian war convention. and hence USA got put of big time. but we have to admit, people make mistakes, but putting them in quarantine.... well, i believe it sounds absurd. and i agree, sometimes politics has a role to play in terrorism, but WHY should politics have a role to play at all? and all of us are filled to the brim with compassion. and our intuition says the same thing as well. but people at time DONT want to listen to it, rather they are bound to their identity, which i feel is immaterial when confronted by something as fundamental as compassion.
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anish bharatwaj
Posted almost 2 years ago
is the society biased towards a certain community or a religious sect for the mistake comitted by one individual or is it unbiased?
youp.... my original intention was to introduce ethic and religion into this debate, but only later i thought about the other aspects of it all. sometimes, people indulge in terrorism just to see people suffer. and that is in particular one idiot crack pot who was excluded from the society for god knows what reasons. But because of the madness of this one guy, should the whole of his kind be treated the same way he was treated? why can we welcome harmony and live together as one? is it so a difficult task? why cant we chuck ego, religion, cast, sect ETC out of the windo into the garbage where it belongs?
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anish bharatwaj
Posted almost 2 years ago
Is there room for God in science (Creationlism vs Evolution)?
hey knobe! pleasure knowing you. firstly, if there is anything as deep a ravine as the grand canyon, it has to be compassion and love secondly, God is not becoming smaller. on the other hand, god is getting more and more a possibility in the eyes of human beings. which is why i am saying God is a big question mark. And that question mark can be worshipped, criticized and researched. and there is only one connotation as far as God is considered. and that is faith, all others being contraptions. and you are right, most of the universe is hard to unravel, but we humans love facing challenges. and so we rule out the possibility of a certain creator rather than welcoming him with open arms and seek what actually is the truth.
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anish bharatwaj
Posted almost 2 years ago
Is there room for God in science (Creationlism vs Evolution)?
hai Gerald, its like this. for every creation, there is a creator (which can be a person or thing). so the question is whether there was a scientific origin or was it the work of God. the only definition i can give is that god is the limits of human comprehension. the subject of religion has evloved through Debate and discussions, so you have the freedom to name anything That cant be given a reason as god.