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S.N Raman

learning, hope to be more aware :) PhD scholar at JNU

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S.N Raman agreed with a discussionFeb, 26 2018

Poll of IIT student's mood on demonetization

What do you think? (Choose one)
S.N Raman started a new discussionFeb, 26 2018

Awaremonk, we love you <3

This was such a wonderful community, I feel so sad this slowly becoming dormant. :(
S.N Raman agreed with an opinion onOct, 26 2016

Spirituality is just a state of mind, it's not real

Aman Rawal had posted

S.N Raman dont act like Rahul Gandhi. Spirituality means connecting to your own spirit, touching life beyond the five senses. It is completely scientific once you experi



S.N Raman agreed with an opinion onOct, 26 2016

AMA with Dr. JayaPrakash Narayan

Leela Vedulla had posted

sir, I agree to the fact you mentioned that caste is treated different from religion ,region ,language ,country etc.But the problem is in thinking of people sir ,because



S.N Raman agreed with an opinion onOct, 16 2016

The Big Picture- Is The Indian Economy Stressed?

Rohit pande had posted

You outline laudable macro goals. But for the teeming billions. how about quality healthcare cover, meaningful education and above all jobs commensurate with education le



S.N Raman agreed with an opinion onOct, 15 2016

AMA with Thomas Mann

tibettruth had posted

Our ongoing daily activism for Tibet resulted in missing this discussion, a shame as we had some interesting questions to place before Mr Mann. As that opportunity has be



S.N Raman posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 14 2016

If you could personally witness any event in history, which one would you choose?

I would like listen to hitler's speeches live and the energy.
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Oct, 14 2016

With hardly any global product, can Indian IT afford to lose the highly successful services model ?

Vivek Sharma had posted

Service sector boom or its slow down has a lot to do with the timing as well. IT wasn't everybody's thing when Indian IT sector shooted up. Few knew how to build it and b


S.N Raman learning, hope to be more aware :) PhD schola

Service sector already reached its peak and was bound to slow down

S.N Raman agreed with an opinion onOct, 14 2016

7bn humans already: Are we too many?

Abhishek Sharma had posted

Rate of population has grown in an unnatural way in recent past and hence there is difficulty accomodating such a big population. Check this out:



S.N Raman posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 13 2016

Reading history is making me very cynical about humans

It's done the opposite. Learning human history has made me feel a greater connection to people around me and people who have lived. Some of my favorite moments are digging through some sources and finding human error in them or something goofy that someone did eight hundred years ago. It reminds me that we are all the same, only our environment changes over time.

I am also the type of person that's staunchly opposed to viewing history as a clean linear streak of progression. I think it fluctuates, and some generations are better than others.

It's done the opposite. Learning human history has made me feel a greater connection to people around me and people who have lived. Some of my favorite moments are digging through some sources and finding human error in them or something goofy that someone did eight hundred years ago. It reminds me
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Oct, 13 2016

Has there ever been a civilization that evolved without a religion?


Pretty sure East Asia civilizations never had religion over monarchy, so none of this Pope telling you what to do. East Asia countries were never followers of any religio


S.N Raman learning, hope to be more aware :) PhD schola

This is totally false, not to be blunt or anything.

East Asian cultures enjoyed highly developed animistic traditions before the introduction of Hinduism, later Buddhism spread throughout the area. In Dai Viet the Chinese brought their religious doctrines, and eventually Confucianism took root.

If you study Southeast Asian history you will see that it is much more fascinating and complex than most realize. I am currently studying it at University and I'm always blown away by how little the West cares for Southeast Asian civilizations.

This is totally false, not to be blunt or anything. East Asian cultures enjoyed highly developed animistic traditions before the introduction of Hinduism, later Buddhism spread throughout the area. In Dai Viet the Chinese brought their religious doctrines, and eventually Confucianism took root. If y

A person you follow posted a new opinion on Oct, 11 2016

These personalized headlines are eroding the systemic functioning of the democracy

Aman Rawal had posted

hahaha.This thread is interesting. This is my contribution:


S.N Raman learning, hope to be more aware :) PhD schola

I have something to contribute too :D (Also Awaremonk, if you are listening, add smileys here)



A person you follow posted a new opinion on Oct, 11 2016

What would have been the end of WW2 if atom bombs weren't invented then?

Rajat Jain had posted

I think you are overestimating the effect of a Soviet vs. West conventional war without nuclear weaponry.


S.N Raman learning, hope to be more aware :) PhD schola

The Soviets had by far a larger and more powerful tank force and the industrial capacity to support them. They could have been in Lisbon in a matter of weeks and our air superiority would not have been able to keep up. They would have owned Europe, and would eventually have had the naval capacity and manpower to invade North America both amphibiously through Alaska and elsewhere.

If undertaken with a large supply of troops, such as China, invasion of the mainland US would have been achievable. Invasion in the other direction would have been impractical. We would obliterate as much of their cities from the air as conventional weapons allowed, but it wouldn't be enough.

They would either win, in which case an Orwell prophecy would have been fulfilled, or held off long enough to conclude a lasting peace leaving a devastated world in shambles whose economic foundations had largely been pulverized.

The Soviets had by far a larger and more powerful tank force and the industrial capacity to support them. They could have been in Lisbon in a matter of weeks and our air superiority would not have been able to keep up. They would have owned Europe, and would eventually have had the naval capacity an

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