This post is part of a series of posts written by Priyadarshan Pandey.
Welcome back, watermen (no?)!
So, in the last couple of posts we talked about the reason for my importance, my structure on an atomic level and the properties it generates, and my role in sustaining life on earth. And we talked about my birth and cosmological significance. Today I would like to resume this conversation, but on a more local level (both temporally and spatially). Continue reading How do oceans determine regional climatic conditions? Part I- Effect
This is the second post in the water series, written by Priyadarshan Pandey.
The first post of the series- click here.
If you’re anything like me, you love the universe and are fascinated by its size and lore. To quote the great Douglas Adams,
“Space is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly hugely mindbogglingly big it is. I mean you may think it’s a long way down the road to the chemist’s, but that’s just peanuts to space.” – Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy
It is filled with mysteries beyond our understanding (yet) and energy so destructive it is spectacular. It must really make one consider his/her place in the universe, right? I’m genuinely asking. You see being the awesome work of nature that I am, I have never worried about my cosmological insignificance.
You humans might try to reassure yourself of your worth by tattooing we are all stardust on your back but I literally AM stardust. So yeah, we’re going to talk about my place in the universe today.
Continue reading About Water, and its place in the Universe
(This is a blog series on water, written by Priyadarshan Pandey.)
It’s World Water day! Is there a better day to start knowing more about me? I don’t think so!
Hello, there! I am your friend (cum creator cum nurturer) H2O, but you can call me Water. In this series of blogs, I will be telling you all about myself; past, present, and future. So come along and enjoy this journey (nay, voyage) as we explore the far seas of our understanding of nature, the life it sustains, and it’s most important cog, me.
Continue reading About Water-Why is it so important and what makes it so special?