Insights arising from the atomic theory of matter By Luke Kristopher Davis (Last article) The theory does not coincide with everyday experience    Take a few seconds to look around your present environment; the laptop or PC in front of you, the grass or buildings outside your window, the objects that sit on your table and the body that is you. You can touch the table and it feels quite smooth. Nothing from this experience tells you that matter itself consists of small units called…Continue Reading “Insights arising from the atomic theory of matter”


The Facebook interview: Nat Eguchi by Luke Kristopher Davis     Louis and Nat Eguchi have had their Ipod application featured in the Banbury Guardian. I am curious about their success and how Nat has built up a curiosity for computer science.  We also discuss other issues that we find important in our lives. (Luke is in Italics) What do you think of your recent success on your app? it’s just proof that a simple app, with very modest marketing can achieve world wide reach in…Continue Reading “A Facebook interview with: Nat Eguchi”

Cerebro y Arterias

Our brain and central nervous system by Luke Kristopher Davis An introduction     As you follow the evolutionary history of life on earth you will see that organisms grow in their complexity and efficiency. This complexity is a consequence of minute alterations to DNA which result in complex organs, this alteration is a result of natural selection. Natural selection is a process which sieves out genes that  are no longer useful, are faulty or another gene for a similar function is a much more adapted…Continue Reading “An exploration into: Our brain and central nervous system”


Chaos   The clockwork Newtonian world recedes in the intellectual horizon. Its time at the frontiers of our science and intuition has come to an end, the gradual rise of a new science has already begun. The seemingly orderly universe which we encounter every second is more liberal than what we thought, instead of being completely predictable and deterministic  nature is unpredictable and chaotic. Does this mean Newton’s laws of motion and all the work derived from them are useless? Shall we hammer out our…Continue Reading “Nature and disorder: Chaos theory”


“Physics is to math what sex is to masturbation.” – Richard Feynman   The first quote on the Albert Einstein article was much more eloquent than this, though it does not contain more insight. Anyway who needs eloquence and fancy words, they are of no use and they just complicate everything. Feynman thought this way, he didn’t like liars or boasters or anyone who thought they were better than anyone else. Even with his fantastic insights: mathematical, scientific and about life in general, Feynman did…Continue Reading “Worlds Greatest Brains: Richard Feynman”

Black board einstein

“Yes, we have to divide up our time like that, between our politics and our equations. But to me our equations are far more important, for politics are only a matter of present concern. A mathematical equation stands forever.”   This philosophy was embedded in Einstein’s life. He spent most of his time as a physicist reveling in thought experiments and solving new and prevailing problems in physics, hoping that his solutions will be imprinted into the eternal rulebook of reality. At many moments of…Continue Reading “Worlds Greatest Brains: Albert Einstein”


  NATURE PODCAST HISTORY: Nature is an international science journal which publishes professional papers on a variety of scientific developments, experiments and new theories. It publishes weekly and from a range of universities and teams within different scientific disciplines. The content is technical but the journal provides ‘news and views’ on all the latest discoveries, enabling the public to grasp the effects of the discoveries and the main concepts. You know the content is new and technically accurate. WHAT IS IT? The journal also provides…Continue Reading “Nature Podcast Review”