On the morning of November 18, 1978, the tiny nation of Guyana was shaken by scenes straight out of a fever dream. Guyanese officials had arrived at the small settlement of Jonestown to find it littered with hundreds of bodies—918, to be precise. It would later come to light that … Continue Reading
What we sense, what we perceive, what is tangible, is what is real. Humans rely on their sensory organs to gather physical data to turn into interpretable information. We use this data to make sense of the world and to ground ourselves in it. Said information, however, isn’t as … Continue Reading
You slump in front of your laptop as the teacher rambles on through the meeting. Your mind flits from an Oscar-worthy daydream to your uneventful Instagram account. Suddenly, the teacher calls out your name, and you hurriedly unmute yourself, fumbling through a blatantly incorrect answer. She decides to go through … Continue Reading
Remember the day when you were pushed into the world? The day when you were made a part of the billions of humans of the world? Well, you do not remember that particular day but having come a long way from then, you probably have interacted with a countless … Continue Reading
Déjà vu is a French phrase that translates to ‘already seen’. Déjà vu is a phenomenon you might have experienced, a feeling of familiarity with the situation you may be in, despite never having experienced it before. In this article, we explore the science behind déjà vu and alternate theories … Continue Reading
Have you ever wondered if your existence is a lie?
When you can never tread on another’s footsteps, how can you tell that your feet even move?
When you cannot feel the way another does, how do you know that you’re not caressing thin air?
When you can never … Continue Reading
The enticing darkness of the stage got replaced by blinding lights focussing on a singular point, and the audience erupted into a roaring cheer as Arihant Sindhya entered the spotlight.
Arihant Sindhya, the celebrity host of the popular talk show ‘UNHEARD,’ greeted the audience with his … Continue Reading
The wind blew cold, pricking and biting at his skin as it brushed past his cheek. The trails of his trenchcoat flew as if trying to run away.
The tracks creaked under the weight of the trains. It was a normal Monday morning- as normal as any other day could … Continue Reading
“XYZ appointed as the CEO of a huge multi-national company!” read the newspaper headline, almost as if to mock me. This CEO gets so much attention. He managed to make his way to the position after dropping out of college. What about me though? The long hours when I sat … Continue Reading