The woman who cannot be stopped: Maria Sharapova Sabine Lisicki, the unseeded German, saw a glimpse of hope at the start of her semi-final encounter with Sharapova. She won three straight games through a fantastic array of shots and serves, though this turned. The momentum of the russian tennis juggernaut overwhelmed the german. Lisicki was merely an awkward obstacle on Sharapova’s path to success. Maria was number 1 in the world in 2005 (WTA) earn’t through her powerful, sharp and majestic tennis play. She…Continue Reading “The woman who cannot be stopped: Maria Sharapova”
“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”
There will be a series of articles that will be dedicated to some of the most prolific, enigmatic and outstandingly intelligent minds that have walked this earth. Scientists, mathematicians and polymaths will be explored and their contributions to their fields embraced and explained. From Einstein to Euler, Da vinci to Darwin, Marie Curie to Emily Noether.
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”
Curiosity is the very basis of education and if you tell me that curiosity killed the cat, I say only the cat died nobly. – Arnold Edinborough A toddler plays, messes with stuff and generally ventures into those places which are quirky, new or just dangerous. That is what you have to learn to do again. I don’t expect you to buy toys from ‘toys ‘r’ us’ or play in the puddles whilst walking to the shop. What I mean is simple. Start playing with…Continue Reading “Being childish will unleash your intelligence”