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Sharad Nalawade

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Sharad Nalawade studied Physics during his undergraduate course and later completed his Engineering degree in Electronics and Telecom from Karnataka University. Although, Sharad made a long career out of IT consulting, working with reputed companies in most part of the world, he remains an ardent and active follower of Science all along.

He strongly believes in scientific methods to explore the world and nature around us. According to him, Science is closest to the reality with no scope for human interpretations, thus leading to the ultimate truth like the origin of our universe, life and its purpose.

Sharad lives with his wife Shashi in Bangalore and their children Akarsh and Yashaswi are based in Ireland. Sharad can be reached on sharadbn
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Happy to say, that "The Speed of Time" has been shortlisted for the Crossword Book Awards 2013!

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“You create reality by looking at it, is what Quantum Mechanics suggests. This may sound outrageously magical. Quantum Mechanics or QM, is the physics of the microscopic world. It is a strange theory that took birth in the early 20th century and continues to dazzle scientists and philosophers today. So much so, that QM is regarded as the gateway to the world of consciousness, bringing science and spiritualty together. Science has entered domain of philosophy and consciousness/spirituality through Quantum Mechanics, making it a hot topic for debate among intellectuals from both scientific and philosophical domains. Some physicists even insist on making philosophy of physics!”
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“For the man on the street, science and math sound too and soulless. It is hard to appreciate their significance Most of us are just aware of Newton's apple trivia and Einstein's famous e mc2. Science, like philosophy, remains obscure and detached, playing role in our daily lives. There is a general perception that science is hard to grasp and has direct relevance to what we do. After all, how often do we discuss Dante or Descartes over dinner anyway? Some feel it to be too academic and leave it to the intellectuals or scientists to sort out while others feel that such topics are good only for academic debate. The great physicist, Rutherford, once quipped that, "i you can't explain a complex theory to a bartender, the theory not worth it" Well, it could be easier said than done (applications of tools”
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“When you drop a hammer and a feather together, which one hits the ground first? If you pose this question to the general public, the most expected answer is based on common sense, that the heavier objects fall faster to the ground. David Scott, the seventh man to set foot on the moon during the Apollo 15 mission, carried out this simple experiment. dropped a hammer and a feather together He onto the moon's surface and expectedly they fell on the ground together. This demonstrated Galileo's genius and corrected the general misconception that heavier objects fall faster than lighter ones because they have more affinity towards the Earth Even Aristotle was proved wrong. It becomes obvious that with bit of curiosity and application of mind and intuitiveness, one can understand the laws of nature better.”
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Anand Neelakantan Dear Sharad

can you please rate my book Asura- Tale of The Vanquished http://www.asura.co.in and also recommend the same if you like it to your friends


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