The mysteries of the mind and memories have always enthralled me. There is something surreal about trying to understand the brain and the mind using the brain itself. To me, it resembles an infinite recursion. Will we ever truly understand this fantastic creation of nature? This book, Moonwalking with Einstein, delves into one specific aspect … Continue reading Memories: Science or Art?
One day in school a couple of my friends were talking about this really cool action packed Anime. "Cool"? "Action Packed"? How come I didn't know of this awesome show? I head over to and inquire. This is how my journey to the dark and exciting world of Attack on Titan began. 進撃の巨人へようこそ This was … Continue reading Shingeki no Kyojin – Attack on Titan
Assassin's Creed Origin is set in Ancient Egypt near the end of the Ptolemic Period (49 - 47 BCE). The game follows the story of a Medjay names Bayek and the conflict between Bayek and his wife Aya with the Order of the Ancients who killed their only son in front of Bayek. Along with … Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Origin: An Ancient Adventure
I just finished reading Gintama. The Manga had officially ended during the summer of last year, but I never really caught up to the finale. I think, unconsciously, I didn't Gintama to end, so I just decided not to read for a while. You know what they say, "if you never read it, it's never … Continue reading Gintama. The Silver Soul of Jump.
I got in! This is all that has been buzzing around in my head for the past four days. What am I talking about? I had applied to graduate schools a couple of months back. Finally, after no news winter, results started flowing in. By results I mean, rejections. Harsh, cold rejections which universities try to … Continue reading I Got In!
Today makes it exactly one month since I arrived in the USA! Pretty exciting!! Now this post isn't going to talk about the whole crazy, stressful and somewhat enjoyable path to me landing the internship and also not about my work here. Maybe, I'll get to those things sometime later. I'm more going to be … Continue reading One Month in the USA