Saturday, February 20, 2016
We study that a light source cannot be monochromatic, similarly our life cannot be monochromatic too, because it violates uncertainty principle. Monochromaticity leads to monotonicity which ultimately causes indifference to life. The first question comes to my mind is “what is life ?” . Is it all about a ‘1-D oscillation with no exact solutions, between the boundaries of happiness and doldrums’? Sometime I also think life is a musical instrument full of all kind of sounds, it depends on us how do we play it and which sound we can extract out of it. Oh no I regard life as a garden with different flowers in it with varieties of colours. These colours of life are function of time, space, surrounding media and many more known and unknown co-ordinates. At a particular time and place we ignore the higher order dependence of other factors and perceive a particular colour only.
One colour in life is colour of friendship. Defining friendship is beyond my scope or beyond my FWHM of thinking but still dare to put some boundary conditions of words. Just for sake of understanding I consider friendship as “A strong covalent bond formed by sharing affinity and love unconditionally”. Conditions in friendship are like an etching reagent which etch anisotropically. Friendship’s cause or origin can’t be defined but once we regard it like a postulate, we may solve all problems. It is like postulates in quantum mechanics, for which if we don’t question the origin or derivation (these have no origin other than a kirn of Schrodinger’s mind) we can solve any potential problem.
Life has other colours of happiness and sorrow, love and hatred, appreciation and jealous, reality and illusions, colours of relationships and many more. Life has a broad spectrum but our perception limits our detectable range. Each colour has it’s complement present there like Raman scattering has both stocks and anti-stocks but we detect only based on our requirements or our limitations. So what we see and what we perceive is just a fraction, life is much more than what we think of it like.
One colour life has is of destitution. This colour enables human being to perceive the right and filtered. If this colour is faded completely in our life, we can’t perceive others in their real form. Then the complement colour “So much of felicity or affluence starts dominating. Then we start neglecting others and don’t regard human as a human at all. In that case we seek the superiority only. The balance between the two is like balance in the amount of UV rays for our body. UV is required for formation of pigments in our skin but large amount of it, causes cancer. Similarly excess of this colour leads to proudà egoism à selfishness and then leads to execute the programme.
Colour of success and failure are another colour which everybody encounters in their life. Colour of failure sometime leads for wrong perception like some undesired jamming bits cause false detection by the end user. We always need to define starting and end points to avoid dichotomy in detection. Communication gap is like high noise signal in a channel which can always lead for false detection/perception. In order to minimize BER we need to think that noise is introduced by transmitter as well receiver with another components in channel. So in case of any communication gap arose in our life, we should look for both of the facet rather than blaming each other. In case of such large BER, we both should try to implement error correction rather than only error detection.
So if all colours are predefined by the nature and our paths and destination are already decided by some unknown supreme power and monochromaticily is limited by uncertainty, then what we are all about? Are we just kind of dolls? What is our job at all? The answer is “Today this is era of computer and IT”. If you know the programing and simulation you can optimise an ease to your life !!!!! I mean our job is to optimise our need of various colours, simulate and then take into account the best amount based on our necessity. As the number of solutions is always more than that of questions, similarly the colours available are much more than what our requirements are concern. Our job is to pick the best suitable component of that broad spectra (colour== wavelength), simulate our system, optimise our needs and then take the favourable results into account. Because balance between all those colour component is needed to minimise the BER in life. Think all colours are good are required to run our life but the amount matters which we need to optimise.