Statistical Mechanics : The physics of how systems work

Statistical Mechanics

INTRODUCTION All around us, we see different laws and different forces of nature at work. Riding a bicycle, cooking your favorite dish, boiling water to the emission of electrons or radiation of a black hole, everything is physics. While we often discuss how magnificent Einstein’s relativity theory is, or how elegantly we can get precise … Read more

Does the measurement problem defy objective reality?

measurement problem

“There is nothing new to be discovered in physics now. All that remains is more and more precise measurement.” – Lord Kelvin Those were the good old times. Newton single-handedly took care of mechanics and discovered gravity. After that, James Clerk Maxwell gave a thorough description of the second fundamental force called, ‘Electromagnetism’. Everything we … Read more

Quantum Electrodynamics : A marriage between elegance and precision


Once upon a time, scientists used to be in a dilemma about the nature of light. It started with a debate whether light is a matter or a wave and now we have the most precise theory which mankind has ever produced. An essential marriage between quantum mechanics and classical electromagnetism to create a theory … Read more

Chapter 1: Introduction

AN INSIGHT INTO PHYSICS PREFACE This series is intended for learners who have just started to learn Physics. However, readers of all levels from basic to advanced can read these blogs to experience the fun of learning physics in a unique manner. The main essence of this series is that the chapters are explained in … Read more