Anand CV Mallaya

About me

meName: Anand Mallaya

I hail from India. I like to look around and understand my neighborhood and live adaptively. I always try to solve the real deep riddles of human life. Wannabe Entrepreneur, constantly in the search of new worlds, dimensions,  wonders and experiences.

Simply :
I am you 🙂 ( If we can agree on “Aham Brahmasmi” and “Tat Tvam Asi“)
In detail :
One of the seven billion plus. 75 kg of self-organised organic matter systematically arranged by nature in 184 cm length. One of the newest of the many which survived oddities of time, to exist and to understand that it exist. One of the many which survived challenges by tearing apart the earth, water, sky  and space.

My favorite topics include:

  • Biological evolution
  • Collective intelligence
  • Collective consciousness
  • Technological singularity
  • Global consciousness
  • Gaia theory
  • Quantum physics
  • LHC experiments
  • Semantic Web
  • Chaos Theory
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Artificial Life
  • Synthetic Life
  • Simulated Life
  • e.t.c.

I am also interested in finding the roots of these ideas :

Global deluge myth

Currently I am seeking answers(Scientific, not philosophical) to

1. What is Time?

2. How did sexual reproduction originated?

3. What is life and how did it originate?

4. Proving/disproving Riemann Hypothesis

5. If gravity is the space time curvature as mentioned in General Relativity, is Electromagnetism also a curvature of the space time? and what about other forces (Strong  nuclear force and weak nuclear force)?

Of course after Googling and asking in Quora. 😉

Contact:

My twitter timeline.

My tech blog : Techstreams (dead now)

Email: anand_cv@rediffmail.com

  1. hi anand,
    i want to display remote (linux based system) GUI application’s execution over android phone.
    you had any success while using android Xserver(lacks window manager) by matt kwann?
    please let me know weather this is feasible.

  2. I see an under water river off of the California coast near Santa Cruz, Ca. in the United States. Probably no people there during the last ice age.

    • Hey Phil,
      Thanks for the comment.
      It is not necessary that all underwater rivers were on surface during ice ages.
      But those which are in shallow seas have higher chances.
      You can see a light blue border in many shores, which are highly likely on surface during ice ages.
      So those areas are much mote likely to have human settlements.

      Good to see your interest in this.
      So, how you got interested in this.

  3. All continents have river canyons running down off their continental shelves. And in some places, river channels can be seen running across the deep sea floor. Sonar has revealed that there are many more river channels on the sea floor which cannot be seen because they have been buried by silt. An ice age cannot account for sea level being that low.
    There are theories of comets or asteroids to explain how earth got so much water. Such theories might be valid, but I would reconsider the question of WHEN the earth got its water.

    • Interesting point. I was using simplest assumptions. But underwater canyons may form because river current may still cause erosion in the sea floor. But how deep is upto the experts.
      The number of underwater rivers near Japanese coast is very interesting and surprising.

      • Sinking debris from a river might create a down current, but the effect on the sea floor would be to make a wash-out on the bottom with silt accumulation around it, or a fan — kinda like a waterfall digs a hole. And a slump would leave a debris pile at the bottom. Undersea currents make washes which tend to fan out across any flat terrain — they never dig a deep meandering river channel.
        The only viable explanation (in my opinion), is that the sea level was much lower when the river channels were made.
        Every culture around the world tells us about a great worldwide flood. Go to the coast and look at all that water — I think you’ll be looking at that great flood.

  4. Yes, I have the same thought that one possibility is that the water levels were lower during ice ages and melting glaciers along with chaotic climate caused water level to rise and remembered by civilizations as the great deluge.

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