On Sat, 27 Mar 2021 17:33:06 +0100, Athel Cornish-Bowden
Post by Lewis
Every poet is superior by far than the misery-gutted eunuch employed in the harem of words.
Poor wretch, he knows all about words, but cannot do anything with them.
In this world there is but one poet to spy
And he is none other than I
Arindam (bin Einstein ban Gandi) Banerjee, greatest genius of all time, sole god among lotsa devils.
If you follow the link you discover that
Arindam Banerjee was born in 1956 in Jamshedpur, India. His
childhood was shaped and enriched by his grandparents, from whom
he first imbibed the gripping adventures and romance of Hindu
myths and legends. After completing a Bachelor’s (Hons.) degree
from IIT Kharagpur, Arindam started his professional career in
radiation engineering, and computer science. He served for 12 years
in Bharat Electronics, India’s largest electronics company. During
this time he completed his Master’s degree from IIT Delhi. His paper
“A New Method for Partial Match Retrieval” published in 1987 in
USA anticipated modern Internet search engines. Emigrating to
Australia, he worked for 17 years in Telstra, in various research and
development departments. Arindam has always had diverse interests –
in both the sciences and the arts. Since his boyhood he has been
something of a backyard inventor. After discovering a new formula
relating matter and energy, which when verified with experiment will
revolutionise Physics, he conceived the idea of the “Internal Force
Engine”, which will be capable of providing unlimited acceleration,
and take us to the stars! That sounds like fantasy, but he also has
his feet firmly on the ground, as any professional engineer should.
He has got a patent for a Hydrogen Transmission Network, which will
provide clean energy for all on a constant, reliable basis everywhere
using the lossless piping of hydrogen generated from all sorts of
renewable and non-renewable energy sources, irrespective of distances.
With cheaper energy from renewable sources, there will be increasingly
less need for fossil fuels in the world and ultimately no more
pollution in the world which Arindam envisions. He has tried, in both
India and Australia, for government grants for his project, which
would help people in under-developed countries enormously, but to no
avail. Hence this book is being written and published – to raise
money so that Arindam can build prototypes of his inventions. The
stories of legendary heroes, now retold in his poetic prose, have always
inspired and exhilarated Arindam; he hopes his readers will share his
enthusiasm. Arindam is a voracious reader and takes part in amateur
dramatics. He has been married for over thirty years and has two grown
up daughters. He lives in Melbourne with his wife and dog, both of
whom provide him with light hearted encouragement and help to make
him laugh when he becomes too serious about the troubles of the world.
And modest to boot.