Tag: vision

BITSians Day Special

Every BITSian’s day, I follow a ritual. I open up my bits mail drive and deep dive into nostalgia pleasure. I plug in my 2 TB hard drive fill it up to the brim with content from DC and see the immaculate organisation of media that I might never watch. And lastly, I watch the…

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Neoliberal Econ Failure I: GDP

In this series, we will try to break down the scales created by Davos’s elites, on which human development is measured and see how they are fundamentally flawed. We might also discover how neoliberal policies which form the basis of the dictates of international monetary organisations have failed to provide policies which help the people…

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Seriously…

How do we measure progress? A bunch of variables, benchmarked against what is being exhibited by people around the world. We have been trained to do so! Measuring ourselves against the competition that is “Out There” is not just phenotype but is ingrained in our genes. Our world is a relative world. The idea of…

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Time I

Time. Ticks on our wall clocks, moving shadows on the sundials, sand particles in an hour glass, tidal waves in the oceans, animated faces on apple watches. We as humans, over the years, have measured time, or tried to measure the essence of passage of time through innovative ways. The underlying principle however, has always…

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Fore-Hind-In Sight

We tend to think all the time. That is exactly how our brain is wired, and that is how it should function. Sometimes, the thinking gets on my nerve as it really isn’t leading me anywhere. What happened is already etched in the time-space reality that I have lived through, what will happen is an…

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