Friday, August 19, 2011

Rajinikanth’s theory of Light

Rajinikanth's theory of light
Practical demonstration of the theory
Theory of light specifically referring to the corpuscular theory of light, set forward by Sir Isaac Newton, states that light is made up of small discrete particles called corpuscles (little particles) which travel in straight line with a finite velocity and possess kinetic energy. 

Though Newton's theory remained in force for more than 100 years, if failed to answer the most important question which has troubled humankind for centuries altogether. The unanswered question related to harnessing the power of ordinary light from artificial for lighting man made items like a cigar.

This illusive question remained unanswered for centuries. Ultimately, Padma Bhushan Shri Rajinikanth ji answered this question in the year 2002. He explained the entire concept in a 214 page book titled, Rajinikanth’s theory of Physics, Volume III. For the benefit of our readers, we have provided the abstract provided by him.
Throw a beam of your torch light on a mirror with a refractive index 100 at an angle of 17.63 degrees. The reflected beam hits the ceiling and then further hits the wall before striking the cigar. The reflected light due to high air friction and friction at the wall gets converted into heat which in turn gets converted into fire in 0.001256 micro seconds. The resulting fire lights the cigar.”
We hope that he will keep illuminating our lives with such ground breaking theories in the future.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Google tests new ‘Sitelinks’ layout and design

It is a known fact that Google iterates its search results from time to time to try new things. A few months before changing to the new search layout (currently applied), Google changed its layout and design.

Original Sitelinks as seen for cnet:

Google search results (normally)

New SItelinks as seen for sinapse blog:

Google search results (new format)

The new search layout provides ‘Sitelinks’ with are now underlined, show the link and a very small snippet. The new sitelinks format is descriptive and helps to understand the content of each sitelink. However, it makes the sitelinks occupy a lot of screen space.

Further, sitelinks generally show up only when the search is directly matching with a site. In case of specific searches like that of ‘sinapse blog’ would be helpful.

Update – A day later the new trial format seems to have been changed back to original one: see below image

Google search results (new format turns old again)

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