Posts Tagged ‘Infosys’

Nature (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Cancer’? )

November 23, 2012

Nature  (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Cancer’? )


Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Cancer’?


New Mechanism of Action for PARP Inhibitors Discovered
(Observed: Scientist define the hole of Cancer, the rest of it they will have for dinner)

Aggressive Brain Tumors Can Originate from a Range of Nervous System Cells
(Observed: Infosys goes to IIT to find the basics of IIT’ans taking drugs from chemist shops)

Signaling Pathway Linked to Inflammatory Breast Cancer May Drive Disease Metastasis
(Observed: One must boil milk before having, a ‘Indian School’ saying)

How Chronic Inflammation Can Cause Cancer
(Observed: If you are planning to have ‘Aliva’ chips, you might like to have watermelons also)

Genome Sequencing of Burkitt Lymphoma Reveals Unique Mutation
(Observed: If you plan to be in the company of Jaguars, Cheetah’s and Alligators, and drink water, try to sip water instead of gulping it without a straw)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1948
Paul Müller
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1948 was awarded to Paul Müller “for his discovery of the high efficiency of DDT as a contact poison against several arthropods”.
(Observed: If you are trying to dispose of the enemy with a bullet, you might do with some grace and elegance, the French Way. And eh, just have ‘French Toast’ instead of ‘French Fries’ when you do that)


Cancer discovered in ‘Society’s way of finding unknowns, discovery and curing diseases’.

Caution: This might be all theory

Humanitarian: Other Than ‘Survival of Fittest’ the mystery of which I am yet to solve on ‘How to overcome this?, I wish my Science should be only applied if poor people are not hurt by the same


September 22, 2012


The dive
into the

You were
scared off

Give you
the chill

And the

Mankind on

And you
into yourself

Lookin for

And the
thunder in

The first

And you
find melancholy

Then the
melody in

Brings you
the swirl

You curl
like a

And the
whale in

Takes you
to 101

Caution: This might be all theory

Can Science explain ‘Networks’ in Space, Life, Humans and so on?

September 10, 2012

Can Science explain ‘Networks’ in Space, Life, Humans and so on?


How does a Network Work? What are some of the elements which contribute to the Network strength?


1. Astrophysics

Magnetic Moon: Magnetic Anomalies On Moon Are Result of Asteroid Collision
(Observed: Moon got its magnetic shine from outside oomph of Space)

Meteorites Reveal Another Way to Make Life’s Components
(Observed: Life created in a different way, much different, without oxygen)

2. Quantum Mechanics

Novel Quantum Effect, Quantum Spin Hall Effect, Directly Observed And Explained
(Observed: Particles dance for free, and Scientist rejoice)

Holographic Universe: Discovery Could Herald New Era In Fundamental Physics
(Observed: Scientist wanders on Albert Einstein’s footpath and might have just found some luck)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1914
Theodore W. Richards
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1914 was awarded to Theodore W. Richards “in recognition of his accurate determinations of the atomic weight of a large number of chemical elements”.
(Observed: Atomic Weight of many chemical elements determined to unprecedented accuracy)

4. Brain

Unlikely Genetic Suspect Implicated In Common Brain Defect
(Observed: A Skull Gene causes brain to go awry)

Active Genes Discovered In The Developing Mammal Brain
(Observed: Mice might be a thinking lot, half of their genes are all brain genes)

Asperger Syndrome, Autism, And Empathy: Study Links 27 Genes
(Observed: Disease causes havoc in social behavior, empathy and sex in Humans)

5. Gene Therapy

Study Advances Development Of Gene Therapy For Chronic Granulomatous Disease
(Observed: Human Stem Cells successfully cure ‘CGD’ diseases)

Gene Therapy Plus Chemotherapy Ups Odds for Success in Treating ‘Bubble Boy’ Disease
(Observed: Immuno deficiency solved by Gene Therapy)

6. Environment

World’s Sea Life Is ‘Facing Major Shock’, Marine Scientists Warn (Might have been in earlier blog)
(Observed: We need to make place for fish )

Westerly Storms Warm Norway
(Observed: Norway gets a beach life)

7. Evolution

‘Primitive’ Cancer Gene Discovered in Ancestral Metazoan
(Observed: A Cancer Gene traced in an organism from the past)

Surprising New Branches On Arthropod Family Tree
(Observed: Surprise comes to visit the Insects tree)

8. Disease

Signaling Path in Brain May Prevent That ‘I’m Full’ Message
(Observed: A pathway which makes you eat more than necessary)

Potassium Levels Possible Key to Racial Disparity in Type 2 Diabetes
(Observed: Race comes to play in people becoming fat in America)


Network studied in Nature, Humans, Diseases and possible future choice and options for a brighter future of World and Universe.

Caution: This might be all theory





September 10, 2012


Callin out

To people
and ants

You enjoy
the fruits

Of the
black man

Workin in

The White
Man workin

On rockets
and cream

You dream
you from
Palace 10

Days into
big stomach

You fall
one day

On the
pedal of
Mother Nature

An amazin
Life form

Never to
be seen

You become
somethin like
a rat

And the
other times

The shakin
jelly bean

The police

With their
big gun

Pi on

Caution: This might be all theory

Science Today (Can Science find ‘Performance of Evolution’?)

August 29, 2012

Science Today (Can Science find ‘Performance of Evolution’?)


Can Science tell us how Nature has fared so far in terms of ‘Performance’?


1. Astrophysics (Far: About Stars, Aliens and Fairies if they exist)

Some Stars Capture Rogue Planets
(Observed: If you wander around, there might be a star waiting for you with gloves and a stick)

Toppling Raman Shift in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide: Vibrational Mix Shines New Light On Carbon Sequestration Measurements
(Observed: CO2 acts a bit different)

2. Quantum Mechanics (Small: Of young children, new thinking and the world of small things for people who prefer perfection)

First Spectroscopic Measurement of an Anti-Atom
(Apriori: The mystery looms close to the ‘Holy Grail’ of Universe, ‘How did we all come into Being?’, and it is getting very close by studying Anti-Matter)

Quantum Phenomenon Observed: Atoms Form Organized Structure from Unorganized One
(Apriori: From chaos to order in low order dimensional states)

3. Nobel Prize (Talent: People who did great discoveries in Science and are given a prize so that you don’t forget them)

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1904
Sir William Ramsay
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1904 was awarded to Sir William Ramsay “in recognition of his services in the discovery of the inert gaseous elements in air, and his determination of their place in the periodic system”.
(Observed & Apriori: ‘Inert Gases’ discovered)

4. Brain (You: Human Thinking Machine )

Natural Birth — But Not C-Section — Triggers Brain-Boosting Proteins
(Observed: The Case for Natural Birth in Brain)

New Tools for Targeting Genes Linked to Autism
(Apriori: Autism gets a new shot in the arm)

Mutation Links Inherited Narcolepsy With Multiple Neuropsychiatric Disorders
(Observed: A protein which causes people to sleep anywhere anytime)

5. Gene Therapy (Close: Of Relationships)

Cancer-Killing Viruses Influence Tumor Blood-Vessel Growth
(Observed & Apriori: Immune system unable to determine between tumor and medicine)

Maxi-K Gene Transfer May Prove To Be Safe And Effective Erectile Dysfunction Treatment
(Observed: A New way to fix up erectile problems)

Gene’s Activity Points To More Lethal Subtype Of Acute Myeloid Leukemia
(Observed: A Gene which might show us the way in identification of cancer)

6. Environment (Present Nature)

Metabolism in the Brain Fluctuates With Circadian Rhythm
(Observed: Clock in Animals found which swings life)

Previously Unknown Cleaning System in Brain: Newer Imaging Technique Brings ‘Glymphatic System’ to Light
(Observed: Brain gets ‘New’ mass cleaning system of its own)

7. Evolution (Past Nature)

Orangutan DNA More Diverse Than Human’s, Remarkably Stable Through the Ages
(Observed: Orangutan more stable and diverse than Humans and other Chimps)

Salty Evolution: Previously Unknown Central Metabolic Pathway in Microorganisms Discovered
(Observed: ‘New’ metabolic pathway which cooks up in excessive Salty Environments)

8. Diseases (Problems in Nature)

More Research Needed On the Best Treatment Options for Multidrug-Resistant TB
(Observed: MultiDrug Resistance TB gets more resistant)

Unforeseen Regulation of the Anti-Bacterial Immune Response Discovered
(Observed: Bacteria not only causes diseases but also manipulates immune system causing a lock and never ending disease pattern)

9. Mathematics (Expanse of Nature)

Choice of Operators: There are many operators in Mathematics. Which operator is the best one, for transforming one number to another? Can performance of Mathematics be defined?
(Apriori: Operators which can take you from ‘Zero’ to ‘Infinity’ defined with variable strength, from Calculus to Geometrical)


Performance in Nature, Diseases, Humans and Life studied in the above blog.

Caution: This might be all theory


August 3, 2012


You lookin
for perfection

In machine,
carvin with

Of that
of Artist

The music

Threw the
mind and

A million

All down
the drain

You slip
on the

Mixin it
with life

Food, Girls
and Dogs

All look
the same

Drawin out
the mistakes

The energy
oozes in

Eatin you
bit by

The nights
become day

And the
days in

Man, you
have wandered
off far

Never to
go back

Caution: This might be all theory

The Mentor

July 27, 2012

The Mentor

Every time
you go
up the

You are
thrown back
to the

An imperfect

Brings you
the fall

You don’t
the idea

Hatred in

For the

Only brings
more falls

The valley

You cry
in the

To no

A day

You not
learnin the
tricks of

Thrown far
away to
the West

Learn the
wonder of

Everythin so

Remebering your
experiment back

You think
you did
no justice

To your
own work

Caution: This might be all theory

The Little Cub

July 27, 2012

The Little Cub

Burns on

You remember
the past

Thoughts from
the wise

Long back
in the

Ignored by

Now, heal
your wounds

Bouncin in

You look
to connect

It’s impossible

They in
their world

Suffering from
your indifference

Back in
the past

And you
geetin ready

For the
next hit

The wise
men give

All their

You must
do the

To the
younger children

The story
of young &

From the
panthers to

Caution: This might be all theory




Against all Odds

July 25, 2012

Against all Odds

The White

Fightin against
all odds

To solve
the weather

His land
filled with

The Landslides
and the

Coverin his

You in

Can’t think
no sense
in it

Never been

Back home
it’s all

Nice &

You brought
up with

Which tell
the story
of far lands

Doesn’t ring
no bell
in you

You called
the dull

Must bow
to the
white man

It’s a

Which you
must cover

With your

For the
next Life

To follow

Caution: This might be all theory

Science Today (Can Science bring out the eccentricities, odd situations, people in Nature?)

July 16, 2012

Science Today (Can Science bring out the eccentricities, odd situations, people in Nature?)

This blog might sound a bit funny, but it deals with very serious issues facing human kind and Nature like eccentricities, madness and so on.


1. Astrophysics (Far: About Stars, Aliens and Fairies if they exist)

Photosynthesis Re-Wired: Chemists Use Nanowires to Power Photosynthesis-Like Process
(Scientist take a walk in the plants instead of clouds and find energy for us)

2. Quantum Mechanics (Small: Of young children, new thinking and the world of small things for people who prefer perfection)

‘Spooky Action at Distance’: Physicists Develop First Conclusive Test to Better Understand High-Energy Particles Correlations
(Ghost comes to town in a box near you and it might be HP)

3. Nobel Prize (Talent: People who did great discoveries in Science and are given a prize so that you don’t forget them)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1976
Baruch S. Blumberg, D. Carleton Gajdusek

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1976 was awarded jointly to Baruch S. Blumberg and D. Carleton Gajdusek “for their discoveries concerning new mechanisms for the origin and dissemination of infectious diseases”

(Disease plays “Hide and Seek” with “Human Fate” in the new movie “You can’t catch me, even if you try” starring Leonardo De Caprio)

4. Brain (You: Human Thinking Machine )

Two Proteins Offer a ‘Clearer’ Way to Treat Huntington’s Disease
(Neural Diseases solved by an alternative road to the brain teaching us “Where there is a will, there is a way”)

5. Gene Therapy (Close: Of Relationships)

The Newest of the New in Gene Therapy: ‘Tag and Target and Exchange’
(Already used Article: Holy Grain of Barter System in Genes teaching us the old adage “Paisa bota hai”)

Non-Lethal Way of Switching Off Essential Genes in Mice Perfected
(Scientist play around with “Switch Button” and get insights to ‘Life and Death’ questions)

6. Diseases

Oxycontin Formula Change Has Many Abusers Switching to Heroin
(When you need a “high”, it’s either by hook {Pharma companies} or by crook {gangster drugs}, America is unstoppable)

Gene That Leads to Severe Weight Gain With Antipsychotic Treatment Discovered
(Madness and Fatness related in a single packet exploring the area “You cannot get the cake and eat it also”)

7. Environment

Warmer Baltic Sea May Promote Harmful Algal Blooms
(Death creeps in where humans do not care)

Acid-Wielding Worms Drill Through Bones at the Bottom of the Sea
(Have Sharks and Whales around you which can kill you? No problem. Call your friendly neighborhood “DrillWorms” to save you)

Plate Tectonics Cannot Explain Dynamics of Earth and Crust Formation More Than Three Billion Years Ago
(Old Earth provides a challenge to historians and movie-stars for a new “Lakshya”  movie)

8. Extinction

Searching for an Ancient Syphilis DNA in Newborns
(The Quest of Humanity to dig out old skeletons continues in the new upcoming movie of “Indiana Jones” to celebrate “Harrison Ford’s” 70th birthday)

Human Insulin Suppresses Mosquito Immune System: Increasing Cases of Type II Diabetes Could Abet Malaria’s Spread
(Humans and Mosquitoes join hands to come out with a new movie “Mosquito’s can do Honey-Dance”)

Giant Fossil Turtle from Colombia Round Like Car Tire
(New tortoise found, very big probably sparking of a new movie “Anaconda”)

9. Criminal:

Children, Brain Development and the Criminal Law
(World debates crime in children and their growth)

Science brings fore to the human garden the odd things in Nature from new species like tortoise, dance between humans and mosquitoes, madness around which might lead to fatness and some spookiness in Nature which can leave us dreaming for years.

Caution: This might be all theory