A Book Review

A review of Impossibility: The Limits of Science and the Science of Limits by John D. Barrow In our academic and professional lives as young scientists, we are encouraged to memorise facts and to focus on details and intricacies, so much so that our everyday lives bear little resemblance to those Read more…

Finches

Finches What are birds? Just wind-up toys, given a tickle by the cherubic sun, off to set their clockwork tumbling? And we eat it up rhapsodic, study their ineffable blood and guts in labs, with cavernous machines of din, we eat their song with beeping and with mashing and with Read more…

Floating

The leaves wore the sun like a dress, elegant and fitting. Their crisp outlines were recreated by the water, or perhaps a painter, intricately melding the warm autumn palate together. I let my fingers drag like tiny props off the side of the boat and watched the designs that formed, with Read more…