Note: A long update was posted on 12th December 2017, 11:35 IST.
This post is spurred by my browsing of certain twitter feeds of certain pop-sci. writers.
The URL being highlighted—and it would be, say, “negligible,” but for the reputation of the Web domain name on which it appears—is this: [^].
I want to remind you that I know the answers to all the essential quantum mysteries.
Not only that, I also want to remind you that I can discuss about them, in person.
It’s just that my circumstances—past, and present (though I don’t know about future)—which compel me to say, definitely, that I am not available for writing it down for you (i.e. for the layman) whether here or elsewhere, as of now. Neither am I available for discussions on Skype, or via video conferencing, or with whatever “remoting” mode you have in mind. Uh… Yes… WhatsApp? Include it, too. Or something—anything—like that. Whether such requests come from some millionaire Indian in USA (and there are tons of them out there), or otherwise. Nope. A flat no is the answer for all such requests. They are out of question, bounds… At least for now.
… Things may change in future, but at least for the time being, the discussions would have to be with those who already have studied (the non-relativistic) quantum physics as it is taught in universities, up to graduate (PhD) level.
And, you have to have discussions in person. That’s the firm condition being set (for the gain of their knowledge 🙂 ).
Just wanted to remind you, that’s all!
Update on 12th December 2017, 11:35 AM IST:
I have moved the update to a new post.
A Song I Like:
(Western, Instrumental) “Berlin Melody”
Credits: Billy Vaughn
[The same 45 RPM thingie [as in here [^], and here [^]] . … I was always unsure whether I liked this one better or the “Come September” one. … Guess, after the n-th thought, that it was this one. There is an odd-even thing about it. For odd ‘n” I think this one is better. For even ‘n’, I think the “Come September” is better.
… And then, there also are a few more musical goodies which came my way during that vacation, and I will make sure that they find their way to you too….
Actually, it’s not the simple odd-even thing. The maths here is more complicated than just the binary logic. It’s an n-ary logic. And, I am “equally” divided among them all. (4+ decades later, I still remain divided.)… (But perhaps the “best” of them was a Marathi one, though it clearly showed a best sort of a learning coming from also the Western music. I will share it the next time.)]
As usual, may be, another revision [?]… Is it due? Yes, one was due. Have edited streamlined the main post, and then, also added a long update on 12th December 2017, as noted above.]