What have you left behind?……

Since we were kids, we always try to be “perfect” or if I have to be more precise “ideal”. We try to
do everything right because as a kid its easy to differentiate between good and bad. You know
cigarette is bad for health, alcohol is bad for health, we should not use bad words, we should ignore
what people say and think about us. As a kid its easy to do so because kids are closer to be an ideal
human being than any of us. I guess this is what the person was thinking when he said children are
avatar of gods. I mean when you think about it every god is just an ideal human being, the kind of
being we all wanted to be once. To be an ideal human we all might have promised ourselves that we
will never do this we will never do that, but now here we are trying to be as monstrous as possible. I
mean what else will describe us well, we are selfish and then we justify that its normal to be selfish
and if you are not there is something wrong with you, then you ignore your surrounding like its none
of your business. You turn a blind to everyone asking for help. I doubt if anyone of us will even feel
anything if something bad happens to us, our eyes are dried up. Well, I am no one to talk I am a devil
myself. This post is not for education or to provide information, this post I here to remind you what
you were and now what you are your younger self might not even recognize you. we broke so many
promises me made to ourselves and still repeating the same mistakes and we have become a
coward who is afraid of admitting mistakes and defeat. Slowly we all are becoming a man with no
morals except money.

This might be dark and depressing to hear but how are you going to deny it. Its best to except yourself as you are, good or evil doesn’t matter.


Nikola Tesla and Tesla Tower…..


The tower went 187 feet up into the sky. The base was framed with wood, but the giant ball on top, 68 feet in diameter, was made of steel. In the ground below, there were said to be tunnels and an “iron root system” that went deep into earth. Nikola Tesla, the inventor and engineer who helped electrify America, believed the tower was the start of a system that could deliver electricity, without wires, to the whole world.

At the beginning of the 20th century, Tesla had become famous for his work on AC power. But he had other big ideas. At his laboratory in Colorado, he had conducted experiments with wireless transmission, trying to send electricity through the ground. His notes on this work are hard to draw conclusions from. But it seems that in at least one instance he had some success. At the very least, he came back east convinced that he could make this idea a reality, on a much larger scale.

After shopping his idea around to the some of the richest men in the world, Tesla secured backing—a solid $150,000—from J.P. Morgan. The investor was most interested in the idea of wireless communication: Guglielmo Marconi, an Italian inventor, had recently been demonstrating his system for wireless telegraphy, sending messages from ships back to land. But Tesla had bigger ideas.Wardenclyffe wireless station shown in 1904, and a portrait of Tesla, c. 1900. 

Construction began in 1901 in Long Island on what would become known as Wardenclyffe Tower. Tesla imagined that it would be the beginning of a network of towers, 30 at least, around the world. He believed that these towers would allow him to send electricity through the atmosphere, which anyone with the correct equipment could tap into. Electric power would be ubiquitous. He would make “the whole of this globe…quiver.”

This idea was never going to work: The scientific theories that underlay Tesla’s dream would later be pulled apart. Electricity can be transmitted through the air, but the amount of power needed to send any substantial amount makes this an extremely impractical system. But even to try it, Tesla needed more money, which Morgan was unwilling to provide. There were reports of sparks flying from the tower once or twice, but for the most part it remained a hulking metal orb of mysterious purpose.

After financing dried up, Tesla mortgaged the property and eventually, as his financial troubles grew deeper, he lost it altogether. In 1917, the new owner, trying to recoup some value, had the tower dynamited down and converted into scrap metal. After the first blast, the tower listed to the side and remained tilting towards the ground, a failed experiment, until the workers pulled it down.


What Was Galileo Famous For? …..

Galileo’s laws of motion, made from his measurements that all bodies accelerate at the same rate regardless of their mass or size, paved the way for the codification of classical mechanics by Isaac Newton. Galileo’s heliocentrism (with modifications by Kepler) soon became accepted scientific fact. His inventions, from compasses and balances to improved telescopes and microscopes, revolutionized astronomy and biology. Galilleo discovered craters and mountains on the moon, the phases of Venus, Jupiter’s moons and the stars of the Milky Way. His penchant for thoughtful and inventive experimentation pushed the scientific method toward its modern form.

In his conflict with the Church, Galileo was also largely vindicated. Enlightenment thinkers like Voltaire used tales of his trial (often in simplified and exaggerated form) to portray Galileo as a martyr for objectivity. Recent scholarship suggests Galileo’s actual trial and punishment were as much a matter of courtly intrigue and philosophical minutiae as of inherent tension between religion and science.

In 1744 Galileo’s “Dialogue” was removed from the Church’s list of banned books, and in the 20th century Popes Pius XII and John Paul II made official statements of regret for how the Church had treated Galileo