Fate of Quartz

About 12% of the  earth’s crust is Silica and a further 45% contains Silica in the form of Silicates. Read More

What can I do for the Environment?

Realization that the Environment is important to us all has been, and still is, increasing over the last few years. Read More


By composting home organic waste, about 25%-30% less garbage is saved from landfills. Read More

Food Waste

Food waste is the biggest single environmental and social problem the world is facing. Read More


It’s not for you to receive inspiration. It’s for you to seize inspiration. Read More

Beer Making

One of my hobbies is home beer making. Its great fun and has three enjoyable aspects 1) Brewing it 2) Drinking it 3) Giving it away to friends.  Free beer-instant popularity! Here is a short film about how to do it. Read More

Inorganic Communication

Although we associate Communication with the organic world, inorganic matter also communicates one to the other. We describe this communication  by “The Physical Laws of the Universe”, which are formulated in mathematical form. Read More


Although I have spent most of my professional life as a paediatric orthopaedic surgeon, my main research interest has been bone healing.

Treatment of fractures over the last 70 years have, in my opinion been sub minimal due
the “misuse” of the biological sequence of events in fracture healing.

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