Embarrassing Questions

I'm sure each of us has a huge list of unanswered questions. Here's a blog for archiving all such questions. It would potentially serve to get us and others some answers which have been eluding us for a long time. The answers can come in the form of comments. Please note that we should stick to questions we had honestly asked when we were in school, or pre-university college. We are strictly barred from trying to find answers to our research problems!

Thursday, July 20, 2006

nature of question

i know the purpose of this blog. as said ealier by sujit in nature of question but no new post in last 4 months. can we have multidisciplinary discussion on novel topic?
i am doing phd on cancer. can discuss things with you!
would like to hear from you people too!!

4 Comments:

Blogger Archana Patil-Harankhedkar said...

After reading the blog i felt it to be exciting and making me to return to my school days where i had no feeling of embarrasment on asking simple questions to my parents and teachers and satisfaction of the query always took precedence over other thoughts...looking inside the loopholes of our know-how is wonderful concept...
after reading the discussion related to different accents of languages,one question arose in my mind based on my observation and that is:

In India there are lots of languages,and that is quite obvious as it is a very big region.But can you imagine there is different language both in terms of accent and vocabulary at every 30 km.Why is it so? Does it indicate lack of communication or lack of sharing or mere stubbornness for not to adopt to the other villager's language ?Does it indicate higher pride attached to the features of small group of people in one village ?This situation existed in spite of the places are far near and accessible with the slowest means of communication such as bullock cart existed during old days.What could have been the reason? does it not indicate an unique psychological aspect of human nature?...i hope the question does not violate the original theme of the blog

September 25, 2006 5:35 AM  
Blogger Sujit Kumar Chakrabarti said...

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September 26, 2006 1:54 AM  
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September 26, 2006 2:04 AM  
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