About me


I’m Shaurya and I currently study Physics at the University of Exeter and looking to enter the world of research.

My first and foremost interest is Physics, duh. This the bulk of the content I have and will put out. It is a brilliant topic, and my physicist hubris makes me think most things in life can be boiled down to fundamental physical principles (bar the really complicated things like love, loss, hate, suffering, ignorance etc.).
I sometimes scorn the education system and how it fails to teach the beauty of physics. What we learn in school (galileo and experiment from the leaning tower of pisa) is stuff we have known for donkey’s years. Physics in the last 100 years has delivered the most accurate and profound results and its a shame no learns about that. So amidst some interesting novel physics, I will make it my aim to start putting out lessons in physics in laymen terms. I might even have to resort to inputting some mathematics, but don’t worry it will only be a tiny bit and it’s of the friendly sort.

I have also just begun my Master Project. It looks to be very interesting I will also post updates on how that is going.

I also like to draw in my spare time, I might post pictures of drawings I am particularly proud of.

I have left this quite open-ended where it concerns the purpose/motive of this blog, or what sort of stuff will appear. Which is good, I’d hate to be boxed in. But to be fair, I don’t even know what will be the purpose so make of that what you will.

In short.

I like to learn about and talk about almost anything and this quote fits well “I know a great deal about many things, but on the whole I am largely unsure about everything”


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