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April 25, 2013

Why is that Swiss particle accelerator succeeding in finding where all the antimatter has gone?

Filed under: Math, Science, Technology and Environment,Raner Pillai — pramath @ 4:24 AM

If you are a follower of physics news, there is a good news. People (and genius like Raner Pillai) were wondering where all the antimatter gone? Logic says there should be equal amount of both matter and antimatter in the universe after all, right?

Recently the LHC on Switzerland border seems to have found an answer to why we don’t see antimatter around.

Raner Pillai has even better answer – he can even point to the place where most antimatter can be found!!!

According to the latest paper sent to the prestigious journal Mature, Raner Pillai divides the world in three parts:

  1. Things that don’t matter – like IPL results – which is abundantly found in the universe
  2. Things that matter – like good roads, good government officials etc. – which is rarely found in India
  3. Things that antimatter – or rather, converts “things that matter” into “things that don’t matter” like unused blocks of coal mines, unused spectrum of 2G – usually exists in the form of cashFrom this superb theory of this genius scientist, we can deduce that
  1. There is no wonder antimatter is found on Swiss border
  2. More of it can be found in Swiss bank

QED

January 9, 2013

Raner Pillai’s backdated referral for Nobel Prize

Filed under: Math, Science, Technology and Environment,Raner Pillai — pramath @ 4:24 AM

Raner Pillai is back in news after a long time.

He has recently bought Samsung Galaxy Note II. He is blown off by its design

He is searching internet on how to nominate people for Nobel Prize backdated, this time, in the field of Dress Design.

He wonders how designers of shirts could foresee the size of Samsung Galaxy Note II for an exact fit!

February 4, 2010

A new word in English


Teenventor n., Champion of school science fair (The person must not be Raner Pillai)

January 16, 2010

Water on Moon and Chandrayaan-2

Filed under: Math, Science, Technology and Environment,Raner Pillai — pramath @ 6:12 PM

(Thursday, 24 September 2009)

Chandrayaan-1 and NASA probe together detected water on Moon’s soil. Raner Pillai has a multiple choice question in his mind:

Q: What will Chandrayaan-2 find?

A. Water on Moon

B. Water on Mars

C. Chandrayaan-1 on Moon

D. Chandrayaan-1 in water

Great family tradition of invention

Filed under: Math, Science, Technology and Environment,Raner Pillai — pramath @ 7:15 AM

(Tuesday, 10 June 2008)

Inspired by VHS video cassette rewinders, Raner Pillai has recently announced rewinders for CD’s, DVD’s and Blu Ray DVD’s.

Raner Pillai also claims that his grandfather Raxer Pillai was the originator of such rewinders as he had devised a record rewinder, which was modified to LP rewinder posthumously.

Raner Pillai also lamented that Indian society does not recognize talents. He believes that Late Sri Raxer Pillai deserved as much attention as Thomas Edison. The latter developed a technique to run records forwards and the former developed a technique to meanigfully run records in the other direction, he noted.

Mars Loudspeaker

Filed under: Math, Science, Technology and Environment,Raner Pillai — pramath @ 7:10 AM

(Monday, 9 June 2008)

ISRO was planning a mission to Mars to search for symptoms of life. They thought of buying the famous “Mars Microphone” for catching any audio signals.

Raner Pillai approached ISRO. He opined that it would be a waste of money. He suggested to fit a loudspeaker instead.

“A loudspeaker, Mr. Pillai? Why?”

“Simple. Just get there and announce: ‘Is anyone there?’!”

Improvising a submarine

Filed under: Math, Science, Technology and Environment,Raner Pillai — pramath @ 6:05 AM

(Friday, 9 May 2008)

Newspapers reported that a Russian developed a paddle powered submarine that can travel 30 feet underwater.

Great Indian Engineering Genius Raner Pillai called a press conference after 30 days and declared that he improvised the Russian invention to also travel sub-terrain!

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