20 August, 2013

Hi, I'm Gaurav Sharma. I'm an inventor.
I have a dream of inventing things for the world, since I was about 13 years of age. I learn from the greats: Edison, Tesla and Feynman.

I have several ideas. While doing engineering, I was trying to create a holographic TV, but I failed. More often than not, I have a lot of conviction but lack the finances to execute a project. Also, finding the right technology to execute it is tough. One of my current projects is to design and build energy harvesting devices. I would like to keep some of my inventions in the public domain, so that it helps us all.

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5 September, 2013

One of the projects I would like to do is to eradicate hunger in the world. As per my understanding of quantum mechanics, there might exist functions in multi-dimensional vector spaces that might accelerate growth of natural food. Any human requires essential nutrients to live. But the current sad state of the world has many of our fellow humans left hungry. So, designing a spherical box the size of an apple, which if put into ground would have food sometime after seems like a good solution as soil can be found anywhere. I think there would be a function in quantum mechanics to create a fruit quickly out of soil. While I explore a project on free communications network, I would explore the quick food concept here. Not only fruits, vegetables, carbohydrates and pulses are also important. There might be a synthetic catalyst that may do this and the input may be the seed. This all is imagination unless I really check it. I would publish my findings here.

2 December, 2013

In light of recent reading of terms of services of Twitter, I have decided to shift all the free communications network publications here under the heading of FCN.

2 December, 2013

Repository of all tweets related to FCN so far -
Everyone has the right to free communication, independent of paying to a wire/wireless carrier.
Free Communication Movement is to make all communication free by using what nature gave to us.
Some ideas: 1) Using novel ways to transmit signals 2) Human capacitance as the person's contact number 3) Shared & recyclable comm. devices
All supporting ideas are welcome!!
Recontinuation of @freecommovement. Forgot the previous' password :-\
To communicate among humans:- Input by one human: Human ideas/thoughts Output to intended human: Same human ideas/thoughts Example: Twitter
Human inputs/outputs to pass through a local/global sys.
Common natural entities (as transmission medium): Air, plants, ground, humans, virus, bacteria. These can be individually used or as combos.
Input and output transducers for passing on human ideas/thoughts from designated source(s) to intended recipient(s) & vice-versa, via medium
All system entities (except humans) to be self powered. That is, no battery power or electric power is required. It's a self powered system.
All system entities to support the transmission of World Wide Web data. All sys nodes next to human nodes, to have WWW cognition for humans.
All human legible data/communication to be encrypted across all the system.
Communication is state transfer in Space and Time. An ubiquitous example being Bloch Sphere rotation transfer.

13 July, 2016

Now I live near Delhi! Keeping the Twitter channel updated is a hassle, thus discontinuing it. I have made a lot of progress in terms of the acumen I have in inventing. The world is getting more connected with IoT devices and 3D printers.
Graphene-based circuits can be used to power free, disposable communication devices.
Till then, PV cells are highly efficient, but how will energy come to thin/transparent ubiquitous devices? I propose circuits be divided into parts with each unit having it's own battery. Example: divide the 555 timer chip into 10 parts, each powered by a nano-power battery. These batteries can be powered by temperature differentials or tiny atomic impacts (wind). Energy utilisation optimization would be required.

20 November, 2016

It has dawned on me recently that if we have to make progress beyond Earth and on Earth as well, there needs to be faster ways to build things.
This can be done by machines, but its a bit esoteric to think about machines building themselves any time soon. I imagine that key is to move 1, 2, 1000, million, billion atoms at will with precision. This could be done by achieving local superfuidity, then reassembling the object back to its original state. Or just move the object using magnetic levitation. As I learn more about Quantum Field Theory, I think I can solve this and also solve the problem of creating a food product (say, a potato) in less than natural time.

30 May, 2017

As I have pondered, and as I learn from the greats: Edison and Tesla, I will not repeat their mistakes. I'm an inventor first, a businessman second, I want to fuel my inventing using business models like that of Henry Ford.
In this regards I am progressing towards my goal and working on several practical inventions. My dreams are several, but I need to start small in order to ensure financial freedom and maximum temporal flexibility.
Quantum Field Theory has many hidden gems and structures that I imagine are unexploited by us humans. In nature, engineering happens of its own accord, and it is one of the best results. Albeit, it can be surpassed by human ingenuity, but only to augment and not to replace.
As in nature, we need to build to serve multiple purposes at once. The skin is not just a sheath, it has pressure, temperature sensors as well. A leaf uses chlorophyl, grows, takes part in tree pressure changes and feeds herbivores.

28 February, 2018

Modern medicine works on the biological pathways to correct diseases and the biochemical industry produses medicines as such. Over the years, the complexity and the time taken to produce new medicines has increased.
As it is now, it's easier to cure bacterial diseases and tougher to cure virulent diseases. Incidences of cancer have increased and so have many STIs and it is very odd to me that we still have no cure for the common cold!
Like striking gold while mining, the ore depletes, in the same manner, current method of curing diseases and the approach taken is reaching it's limits.
As I see it, we forget that the body is part of the physical world, quantum mechanics applies to it, so does mechanics. Hence protein folding has become ever so important. Additionally, we do not take spritual aspects into consideration. Why does a virus hold a piece of RNA? Is it a regulator of life? Suppose it is, then both immunity and the virus are part of the quantum mechanical fields across the universe. As an example, we need to acknowledge why the body shape is as such, why is the skull created round? Why do we have 5 fingers? Our biological pathways and physical structures are connected to all the factors of nature.
Returning to the problem of diseases, I propose to see the body through a systems' view. I propose that viruses must have a resonant frequency and protons of the outer proteins will have a unique signature detectable by MRI or similar device. Thus we need to disintegrate a virus at a distance and thus achieve direct cure, not a pathway-based cure!
It is sad to see we focus on armaments when we have a complete standard model ready to be exploited for medicinal purposes. My conviction is that the cure to all diseases lies in a Quantum Mechanical Systems' View of any physical body. Just need some resources to cure some ants or mice at first :)

What's More?

I shall write more content
as I get more ideas.

Below are some random thoughts pertaining to "inventing",
these are things that I found out for me.
So, these might be different for you.

  • Imagination

    Imagination can be increased by imagination. Tuning in to nature at a given moment brings surprises. Nikola Tesla had a great imagination. One can start by simply imagining a cube in a white room. Watching sci-fi movies helps and also using software like Maya/Blender helps.

  • Travel

    Security creates the mediocre, insecurity sharpens intelligence to create!

  • The Little Prince

    An admirable French book, helps rediscover the mystery of the heart which cannot be explained by science.

  • Music

    Brain works on pattern recognition, the heart seems to recognize it by tuning to nature for expression.

  • Technique

    Technology can be understood by anyone. Any technique lends to technology. All knowledge is reproducible by intelligence.

  • Flags

    These flutter in the air, unlike the one above :)


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