Physics Mindboggler

About Us

Physics Mindboggler (PM) is a social venture launched in 2016 and supported by Bennett Hatchery, the on-campus incubator at Bennett University, a Times Group initiative. Fascinated by Physics, we strive to share its beauty and scope with the young generation.

We firmly believe that scientific research fuels economic growth and hence strive to inspire young minds with this ideology. We also aspire to carry research beyond Papers by linking it to entrepreneurship.

We are a dynamic Team of energetic go-getters with big dreams. With constant support from our eminent Advisors, we are committed to embedding curiosity and imagination to stimulate scientific and economic development.

Our present offerings include DIY science kits, books, research, blogs, vlogs, and publications around Physics, inspirational initiatives for the student community, and professional initiatives for the academic and research community.

If all this sounds exciting, do hit ‘Yes! I’m Curious‘ before leaving.

Latest Posts

The Weird Nature of “TIME”

The Weird Nature of “TIME”

Introduction Let’s begin with a simple fact: time passes faster in the mountains than it does at sea level! The difference is small, but it has been measured and it can be measured with precision timepieces that can be bought today. With practice, anyone can witness the slowing down of time. With the timepieces of specialized laboratories, this slowing down of time can be detected […]

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HAWKING RADIATION! Myth or Fact?

HAWKING RADIATION! Myth or Fact?

Introduction For a very long time, it was thought that a black hole only absorbs radiations but this view was changed when Stephen Hawking showed in one of his papers in 1974 that a black hole also emits a special kind of radiation and these emitted radiation results in the black hole slowly losing its mass and eventually evaporates. Now the most obvious question is […]

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Breaking RSA Encryption using Shor’s Algorithm!

Breaking RSA Encryption using Shor’s Algorithm!

Introduction RSA (Rivest–Shamir–Adleman) encryption has been long in use now and has a nimiety of applications, even as far as being used by government agencies. Now, RSA encryption makes use of the fact that some problems are elementary to solve one way but not so trivial to solve the other way. For example, if I ask you, what is the prime factor of 701,111 it […]

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