Lets first look at some facts and prevalently accepted assumptions:
People under the age of 50 have an extremely low mortality rate (0.2%) and that too predominantly for people with cardiovascular, diabetes, hypertension and other morbid diseases.
You will at some point during the journey end up contracting CoronaVirus and if you are under 50 with no morbid disease, you should recover with similar mortality to a dengue or chickengunya or flu or other viruses.
Hence, if you are under 50, the reason you need to be in lockdown because you may become the carrier of the virus... isn't... Read More
Wikipedia defines World War as "a war engaged in by all or most of the principal nations of the world".
It doesn’t have to be a war amongst each other. No one said a world war has to be a war between 2 warring factions of humans. It doesn’t really need to be between countries, races, ethnicities or different sets of people. It doesn’t need to have a winner and a loser. But what has happened since January 2020 is WW III. An event that impacts the whole world, brings people together, changes humanity forever, is a fight for survival.
The implications are almost unimaginable. The g... Read More
Life is built on one basic principle – the extension and longevity of life itself. Every organism, every cell, everything is built with this one hardcoded algorithm.
In extreme cases such as where adrenaline takes over or where we have a brain freeze moment, the algorithm may reverse itself.
The only two other true facts important for any organism are better mate & better food. Longevity of the organism is the basic trait that governs reproduction. If a cell knows itself to be immortal, it may just cease to multiply or reproduce.
Knowing that to be the case, why is suicide co... Read More
In a world where digital agencies keep flourishing and flopping...what sets us apart? People? Clients? Vibes? All of these certainly! But if we look closer...you’ll see him standing there. Smiling! The *funny man* who’s been sailing our vessel, quite steady and strong. As we rejoice recalling the good, bad, ugly moments of 10 years, we can’t help jotting down these utterly stupid and special things that only he can pull off! @KapGup: For once, stay chup and read on! This is for you. :)
Promotes cycling, drives a Merc Yep! That’s Mr. Kapil Gupta. He ta... Read More
George Washington had 100’s of human slaves. Blacks that were part of his property. Yet, he is one of the most renowned libertarians of all time. Yet, he is one of the founding fathers of the place we know as United States of America.
Here, locally in India, I used to jump traffic lights when I was in college. I don’t anymore. It was illegal then and it is illegal now. However, it was socially acceptable then and it is much less so now. Some other stuff I have done in that age may now be considered downright filthy but I am not ashamed of it. It was me back then and it doesn’t take away... Read More
If independence is the ability to do what you want, when you want and where you want, then let me start by breaking down the basic notion of independence for you.
Are you really independent?
Can you really be independent?
Will you really want to be independent?
Before everyone jumps to the obvious answer, I want you all to really think hard about it. “What does independence really mean to you?”
Most decisions that you will ever make in your life will revolve around social interdependence (each and everyone around you), and it doesn’t really take your freedom away. You are ... Read More
Saw something in the morning and started thinking about the concept of suicide: Ending one’s life of your own wish. While most people think of suicide as cowardly, I completely disagree.
In my view, suicide is perhaps one of the most courageous acts one could perform. Unless, it is caused by a chemical imbalance. In case of a chemical imbalance, suicide is not cowardly, it is out of one’s own control and becomes a more natural phenomenon.
Human brain is wired to be the most efficient towards oneself. Survival being the key. Taking extraneous chemicals out, a human will do everything ... Read More