The Scientific Triangle

What about, ‘The Scientific Triangle’

When I was small I loved triangles as a shape. The name of the blog, ‘The Scientific Triangle stems from this very seed thought.

The Scientific Triangle seemed to hit the chord right away.

So, what can you find here?

To quench your thirst gurgling out of your curiosities, all we can say is, you have to wait to see how differently it grows.

Above all, I was more into writing poetry and stories and from there I am transforming it to a scientific hub?

The Transition

Now, what can I say except that stories can stem from science too. Another reason is, when I started, I was not sure enough. So initially I began by writing my poems here.

It’s not that I did not enjoy writing them, I also compiled them into a book currently available in Amazon as ‘A Hiatus from the Loaded Past.

I will keep writing poems but we will also write and talk about other things.

Science and art both inspire us- so all modern facets of science come together here. It would mostly be science made fun, science made easy. Here, we would attempt to present the creative side of science and the scientific side of art.

What you cannot learn, for they either become complicated or mundane becomes easy, lucid, and comprehensible. We hope to increase our viewings and our engagement ratio with the masses.

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