Here is an interesting fact taken verbatim from the book “A Passion for Mathematics” by Clifford A Pickover. Question I quickly toss a number of marbles onto a pillow. You may stare at them for an instant to determine how many marbles are on the pillow. Obviously, if I were to toss just two marbles,
Here are 3 interesting GIFs I find very amusing.
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My younger brother was blessed with baby girl on 15 July 2014. The parents were very happy and they accepted my suggestion to name her Zeenia. It is a kind of flower. I have heard the name but it was a poem by Majeed Amjad that was root cause of my suggestion.
The Feynman algorithm was facetiously suggested by another Nobel Prize-winning physicist Murray Gell-Mann (1929-), a colleague of Richard Philips Feynman (1918-1988), in a New York Times interview. It states:- Write down the problem. Think real hard. Write down the solution. Here it is in a picture. Gell-Mann is a highly successful and highly trained problem
Here are three beautiful ghazals by Majeed Amjad.
Here is a little revolutionary poem by Majeed Amjad.
I think this is the best poem by Majeed Amjad. Most probably it will be the last one I will share of this great poet.