About Me

!nversed Poignancy!

...I am an eclectic amalgamation of many seemingly paradoxical things. This can be exemplified in both my seemingly endless persistance on many topics and arguments, as well as my careful cautiousness on other topics and arguments. This is largely due to how astute I am of the topic: more knowledge, more persistant; less knowledge, obviously more cautious. I also have times of obsessive compulsions regarding certain things (mostly just my thoughts, however)...

Life and Death

!nversed Poignancy!


An assembly

Possibly impossible

Perfectly interchangeable..


That lives most upright

Beyond the unspoken

Neither a squiggle nor a quibble..

She and Me

!nversed Poignancy!


A daffodil

Tyrannizer of me

Breaking the colors of dusk!..


The rising sun

Infringed with violations

The impurity in the salt..

Love and Poetry!

!nversed Poignancy!


A puerile desire

Buried in the heart

Never leaves..


Sentimentally melodramatic

Cursively recursive

My thoughts idiotic!

Yesterday, I was reading this blog post, by a friend of mine. The post was quibble based- It was intended to test the credibility of Darwin's findings [Theories and hypothesis] and on whether Darwin's thoughts were just a mere faulty research.

I just thought about it, and felt that there was a better bread that Darwin could be fed with, and he infact deserves more to his theories that whats he's been pinned with. So, what I thought was to provide Darwin with a place on my blog and what follwed that are these pro-Darwin thoughts of mine..:)

Well,firstly I wouldn't like to compare Darwin with either Newton or Einstein even though they belonged to a contemporary and uni-planar age; Its simply because they worked on three parametric components of science.

But all said I would still give it to Darwin for his Out of the Box thoughts, more so, because of his field of research. If we look back at the innovations made by Newton and Einstein, we could see a common chunk involved- They both worked on those aspects of science that needed mathematics, and by mathematics I mean events of finite possibilities. I think Physics and Mathematics are more concerned with "Why?" and "Why not?"- Simply because they are applied on those events that the scientist has seen it happen; Remember that, answering question on a event that you've seen happening aint as tough as answering questions that you've never seen..

Metaphorically put, I could relate this trade-off to something like a layman being asked about "why does sun shine?" and "why does a bus move?".The answer to the latter would be pretty much obvious and finite- A bus moves because there is an intention for the driver to move it, there are energy conversions, the engine produces torque, so on and so forth.

Now, lets trying find the plausible answers to the former question- "Why does sun shine?" Well, the immediate answer could only be "It shines may be due to the multi-billio-zillion atomic bombardments over there at the sun's surface".

Were you able to spot the difference?. There is a highly ambiguous "MAY BE" in the formers argument!. And that's what life-science deals with- It deals with a sample space of infinitely possible events, on the other hand, physics and math also deal with a very large sample space, but they only concerned with a subset of the sample space.

Coming to the loopholes in Darwins theory, I think that such things are bound to happen when you are traveling in a multipathway junction or perhaps a more conspicuous example would be that of a discoverer- Imagine the number of times Columbus would have failed to reach his destination, imagine a discoverer trying to set pathways at the thickest of the thick forests at the Amazons.- Dont you think their initial step in itself is a humongous contribution towards the result?!.

Well, I think that Darwins contribution to evolution can as well be credited with one such tag, he might not have been right- But, i think he was more like a "Greedy Algorithm" who might not always lead to the destination, who might not always tread on an optimal path. But, whats important is that it forms the benchmark for other principles to improve on it..

And thats research aint it?!


Scribbled by Bharath C On February 22, 2009 9 Thoughts have been Sprinkled!, Your Take?
Painful metamorphisms and eventful quietus;
Regretful decisiveness and jovial bleeds;
Between the slaughtering darkness and the carnaged dusk,
Between the slaughtering darkness and the carnaged dusk,
Regretfully decisive and jovially bled;
Painfully metamorphic and eventfully quiet.

It could be termed as a modified NaiSaiKu.. Wherein, i have made shuffling modifications in the reflection just to add more thump.
Your thoughts?
Last week was a weirdly great week for me. I happened to get in touch (or well, in techie terms- I Stumbled upon) two nice people. But, whats astounding and special about them is that both of them are schizophrenic and more astounding is that they were excellent artists!. One was a great "palm painter" while the other was a "floral-souvenir" designer.

I was amazed by the quantum of knowledge that they possessed and more importantly the way they presented themselves to me.! When I got back to my place, I made it a point to use a well known innovation called google to get a more conspicuous insight into schizophrenia.

But, surprisingly many great thinkers have suspected that there is a fine line between logic and madness. But went I went into a deeper thought, I saw that line as virtually nonexistent!, I think the two are the sides of the same coin, to be fused into a glorious unity in each artwork.

Has any one made some seriously serious tests on schizophrenics? Well, I think that they'd performed better on a logic game than "sane" people.I think that the time is not that far off before the link between insanity and rationality may be more than a fanciful notion.

Schizophrenia, a long-term mental disorder involving delusions and a derailed sense of reality, disrupts people’s ability to see the “context” of events, a key part of common sense.

But, I can somehow see that sometimes this inability may become an advantage, because context can lead a thinker astray. This advantage, i think, would be patented only in very specific situations where context acts as a trap.In some situations—limited ones—I really think that schizophrenics have a reasoning advantage over normal people, stemming from their very lack of what we typically call common sense.

Sambhar of 69!

Scribbled by Bharath C On February 18, 2009 3 Thoughts have been Sprinkled!, Your Take?

I had my first real six rupees,
stole it from my father's pants.
went to a madrasi hotel,
to eat the sambhar of 69.
Me and some kadke dost,

had it all and we caught bukhaar,
jimy puked, joey got ulcers,
and Bagga ne maari dakar .

Oh when I went back there now,
the food was as stale as ever,
and though it was 1999,
still the sambhar was being served over there,

that was the worst food of my life.

Therez no use in complaining,
when you got no other place to eat,
rushed in the evening to the doctors clinic, but he too was at the toilet seat, yeah

standing there waiting outside,
nurse told me I will wait forever,
oh and when I held my breath,
I knew that I had to use that loo there
That was the worst food of my life.

Back to the sambhar of 69.

Man I was getting killed,
I was full and restless,
I needed to unwind,
I guess nothing can wait forever - FOREVER... NO!!!!

Lol lol..found this somewhere, didnt want to lose it. So, just put em here..Hope the lyricist is ok with it..:D

Apparently, since the investiture of the new tag on to my blog, I now seem to be getting into the groove -thats been created by the tag itself!. Wow!, thats nice. Actually, I used to keep all of these so called apposite thoughts stacked and stored on a Notepad [Yeah,the same ole notepad by MS!]. But, when I checked it recently, I observed a rather strange strays on my old notepads [Which by some means have turned half sepia]. I saw a sequence of question marks on them, all of them perfectly distributed, which by a peek-a-boo looked like a Bayesian probability distribution;).

Now,what has this distribution funda got to do with this post?!. Hmmm,as someone said that an idle mind is a devils workshop, its just about apropos here (or should I say "apposite" :P). Ok, now coming to the point; Talking about the distribution of the question marks on my ole notepads, I actually went over bode with my deep contemplations and felt that the question marks were just about as perfectly distribute on the notepad as do the pot holes on bangalore roads!.[ Boggling aint it?!].

For the uninitiated, let me begin with the anecdote- It all started when I got some weird thought of getting back to my old write[Yes, I told you!, re-quote that proverb here again] as when i saw them all spoit ,perhaps due to the evolution of the notepad software -from the antiques of Windows-95 to the recent "controversial vista". But, all said, since I wrote the notes myself I felt that reading them wouldn't be much of a hassle.

So, the journey began..Started something like "During my ?ist to ?ko?kana? durin? march of ??00 "...blah and more blah!. I was stunned,for a moment I wondered as to whether that was 1900 or 2000 [Yeah!,dumb me:P]. Now, getting to the !nversed thought; "How on earth do you think that this is related to potholes of namma bengaluru?", is that your question?. Well, its simple!. I'm sure that even the most patriotic bengalurian would agree with the presence of humpty tonnes of potholes distributed more than just uniformly on its roads and to add to it, the distribution is so very implicit and scientific. According to my contemplative contemplations exactly 79.987% of potholes in bangalore are locate either at the mid point of the road or at an offset of about 4ft and 8 inches from the extreme right. So whats so conclusive (or inconclusive) about this? How is it that its scientifically designed? and How on earth are the question marks on the notepad related to this?!!?.

Well, yes!-there's an apparent connection. For the uninitiated, India drives left [Yeah, we aren't right by any means! :P] so we are supposed to overtake from the RHS and since overspending is to outlaw; We at bangalore hail on a fabulously designed "Techie" roads that acts as a natural speed breaker(!). Now aint that scientific? Aint that a Wonder #8 (Or is it #9 :( Not sure :P).

Finally, connecting the points backwards we get back to the relation between the distribution of the Question marks being analogous to that of the potholes. How?. Well, simple- The question marks were so (un)intelligently placed that just when i started to get my enunciational speed- shifted from 2nd to 3rd to 4th- I would abruptly end up blinking and blinking more, wondering about what I actually had meant (or what it was meant to be ). Gawd!, So what started as a "Peek-a-boo into the past" now turned out to be a "Crosswords of the highest mast".

Recently, I read this post by a friend of mine. It was a fabulous post on his experience on a train. The articulatory move of the write had actually dissolved me into an all different dimension!. I actually forgot about the main topic of the post itself and concentrated more towards the lovely gesture of some community-in which deers were grown as the children of their own.

But, I had a different view to it all together! I actually viewed it as a trade off between the ethical doctrinaire of the human life cycle against the joint venture between human-animal emotions. I thought that this was some serious stuff and that it deserved a place on my blog too!. So, I created a tag for them and what follwed that is what we call -" This post!".

Talking more on the lines of the main motive or motif of this post; Dont you think that animals need to be left to themselves? Dont you think that the contour drawn shouldn't be thin, but rather "bold"?

I could actually provide the same view in another dimension!. View it as the notion of the creator(Whosoever that is), dont you think each one of us form a part of the "universal set"- and taking the mathematics pathway, dont you think that all the elements in the set are unique?!.

Well, thats what it exactly is!. I agree that the wildlife and the human(wild) life must live in tandem, but, tandem dosnt mean "substitution"- Thus, i feel that its not a duty of a human to feed an antelope (at least not breast feed).

If I were less informed, i could have as well classified it as an syntactical error!. If so ever in the ethical doctrinaire of human life there was that discrete point that said -"help animals"- I'm sure it wouldnt be to "substitute" yourself against an animal (surely not!).

If you think that this view of the topic is not right,then, think again!. If it was correct for the community to grown up deers as their kids, then why is there a "community" of deers at all?!

The question seems to be predictive and the answer to this is also unambiguous!

After successfully chasing the doves from the yard,
She plopped down in the snow to watch..
While I filled the feeders again.

I love watching her in the snow,
It is one of the few pleasures of this kind of weather.
But, sadly my
dream's roads are never clear..:(

I’ve been fertilizing and watering more than ever before, and the tree is looking the best it ever looked. I have these 3 huge lemons ripening right now, they are almost as big as grapefruit. The tree still doesn’t look as good as when it’s outdoors in the late summer, but it did not drop as many leaves this fall when I brought it in. First, I washed it several times with plain water, to get rid of bugs. Then I sprayed it twice with a horticultural oil. So it has not had the bug problem I usually have when it’s indoors. Then I was extremely careful to not miss the watering schedule. I water it twice a week, if I miss a day, the leaves start to curl. And I sprinkle some fertilizer that I bought (it’s organic but smells like fish emulsion) on the top of the soil in the pot. I’ve done that at least twice this summer. You’d think you wouldn’t fertilize in the summer, but apparently citrus needs it year round. For this first time in my life, I had fruit and blossoms at the same time a few weeks ago. I think I only got one tiny fruit from that latest blossom group, but I never had it blossom more than once a year before, so I’m making some progress.

Making of Life..

Scribbled by Bharath C On February 12, 2009 0 Thoughts have been Sprinkled!, Your Take?

Regardless of the particular ingredients,
Making life is akin to making bread or beer;
Although soil-digesting bacteria like yeasts need warmth, moisture and air
Its a fact that they also need something to feed on
To keep them alive and growing.
Almost all of the practical problems associated with making life's stem
Form too much or too little of via these basic factors.

Plop and Plops..
Of hot sun burnt ray drops
Caress the dryly dead leaves..

The veins freeze in the scorching heat,
As does the thoughts bog down and choke
All struggling in tandem to prevent the knot of death..

The pressure pressured is too much,
Alas!,at last- They all give away..
A hara kiri is forcefully committed by utmost force..

All that’s left now are the corpses entwining twigs
Broken branches of forfeited dreams..
All waiting to be rooted once more...

A rose more reddish that the deepest of red colored red,
A flower that had never ever flowered like the way it had flowered now,
The entire boquet cupped in a golden cupped receptacle,which inturn was cupely cupped by

But a deadly deadened demon was right there dearly deferring its defile,
Watching the angelic angels angelic moves,
And emanating tons of lousily lusty lurline hues..

The time stamps swayed as did the approach of the approaching angel,
She neared the dreaded demon to the nearest near.
The demon was undeterred,to deter the motion of the angel in elegant deter..

"What happened next?"

The red redyed reddish rose
Was brutally snatched by the dead dreaded deadly demon
And thus,the story of a red redded rose and a dead dreaded deamon

Ended as a dead redded, rose dreaded- deadly deviled deamon!

Bookmark and Share