Hypotheses




What to do when you don’t know what to do?

What to do when you don’t know what to do?

It’s very easy to challenge the established order and beliefs of anyone. It’s tough to disprove anything.

This hypothesis tries to establish the failure of rationality, and the sustainability in irrational survival tendencies. Herd mentality and a social structure is preferred for individuals who can’t form good reasons to deviate from the normal.

Deviation from normal is evidently found to be very risky with a very low pay-off.

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What should you fight for? Actual Problems, Ancillary Titivation and Silver Bullets

What should you fight for? Actual Problems, Ancillary Titivation and Silver Bullets

People take up big fights in pursuit of a root solution.

The legislature is enacting gender specific laws, whereas the problems faced by one gender was never unique to them.

Women rights’ activist and LGBT activists are fighting for equality. Whereas they should fight for their specific needs.

This unnecessary magnification of problems protracts the period of their own struggle, thus hampering itself.

I suggest, stop glorifying your problems, find the smallest part of the entanglement and solve it one by one. I am going to explain in this hypothesis that why one should be very careful while defining the predicament one is in. How unnecessary words and ideas unnecessarily protract the whole process by further bringing one to detriment. How we should try to simplify our problems before expressing them.

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Homosexuality; Law; Reasons

Homosexuality; Law; Reasons

Once upon a time the whole world used to believe that Earth is flat, that didn’t mean they were all right. This article tries to establish if homosexuality should be legalised or not, and on what basis? The different hurdles that homosexuality will face in order to get legalised. What do people want? And if we ignore plebiscite, what are the reasons?

“When we see somebody using their Audi A8 as a kitchen, no matter how happy he is, no matter how much he contributes to the society otherwise, we would still call him stupid. I recall, my friends use to call a boy stupid because he used to sing the Shaktimaan anthem and kept spinning all day and everywhere thinking he is Shaktimaan.

I will not say that the common perception is always good and beneficial, Indians en masse used to commit Sati at one period of time, just because it was common for them it didn’t mean it was good. Or for that matter when Bill Gates had introduced the tablet for the first time everybody laughed and discouraged him, that did not mean he was really stupid just because of the popular opinion about him.”

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On why you should be honest; Crimes & petty crimes; Delhi v. West Bengal

On why you should be honest; Crimes & petty crimes; Delhi v. West Bengal

This hypothesis talks about the importance of dealing with petty crimes and the necessity of it being enforced as equally as other crimes.

There is a general correlation established between the people of Delhi and West Bengal, and the economics of both these regions.

And ultimately, the objective of the hypothesis being speculating the problems of individualism and self-importance, is discussed at the last.

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It’s all duties and no rights!

It’s all duties and no rights!

“The bitter truth is we are just cogs in the larger human machinery. We might be important cogs, big cogs or small cogs, but cogs. We’re nothing without the others. If you are a godman, you need followers, if you are the king, you need subjects to call you king. If you are a lion you would need other animals for food. We’re not actually unique, each one of us is a copy of a dozen other cogs which do the same job together: live, prosper, sustain.”  

“People internalise victimisation and remain silent because it is their right to complain, and not a duty.”

“It should be a duty to protect the self and each other, rather than a right of private defence.”

“Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains. Those who think themselves the masters of others are indeed greater slaves than they. – Jean Jacques Rousseau”

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