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April 12, 2020

To answer this question, we have to first understand the dangers of the world, choices we possibly make in the future, the role of technology and external forces of nature to estimate the odds of human race survival.

My one half of the brain is fairly optimistic in the sense that less than 1% of the world’s population (who I call ‘superhumans’) has enough will and wisdom to overpower the future threats, which have the potential to wipe out humans from the face of Earth. My other half is equally pessimist in the sense that the never-ending greed of over 99% of the world’s population (who I call ‘hungry hamster...

October 22, 2016

With whatever little experience I have in still photography, I can say that there are certain perspectives that no quality of still camera or lens can capture. One needs a movie camera for that. And if that camera could freely fly in three dimensions with high degree of stability, what more can one ask for.

Last weekend, during our trip to Canada, I decided to get my feet wet into film making. I am sure there is a long way go. This is just a first step in that direction.

I am hoping to create a right mix of still photography and film making in my next expedition.

PS: To those who were expecting pictures from Ca...

October 2, 2016

Maybe this picture can answer the question that I have been asked quite often - 'Four years in Boston and still madly in love with it's climate! How come?'

I could barely describe in words the constant transition from one season to another. Despite Boston's bizarre weather, which we all love to hate, there is something positive and deeper that always makes us look forward to coming weekend or vacation.

Fall, which we are officially into starting last week, has its own charm of colorful leaves, apple picking and thanksgiving. It is also my favorite of the all 4 seasons.

After fall comes the winter, which some ma...

December 15, 2014

(a night we would never forget…)

Middle East: is gone as we know it. Over the past few years, it has changed so rapidly that even Egyptian civilization wouldn’t have changed so much in thousand years. Borders are blurred, rebels and militants are on the rise and regional powers are losing ground as never seen before. Egypt, which recently experienced Arab uprising, overthrowing Hosini Mubarak and giving way to an elected president, Mohamed Morsi, had quickly lost faith in democracy and preferred military regime. Today, Egypt is grappling with multiple facets of terrorism: ISIS from the east (Sinai region), cl...

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