Space Time

I was very young, maybe 12, that my teacher was telling us a story in classroom. At one part he said that God ever existed, exists and will exist forever. It was a really mind twisting claim. I went home and thought about it. I remember that my aunt told me that it is true and try to not think about it, because it will drive me crazy. She tried to scare me, but for my curious mind, I couldn’t let it go. My most of thoughts were on bed, and I came up with a solution, we are trapped in space and time, that’s why it wouldn’t make sense that something has ever existed.

There were times that world problems would excitingly hook me for a long time. It’s funny, but I was trying to invent some simple math formulas, like how to calculate square of a number, just by having the square of the previous number; like we have 169 (which is 132) and we want the square of 14, which is 196. And the solution is to add the base numbers to the smaller square: 169 + 13 + 14.  I know I’m terrible at describing it, but my point is that I was always fascinated with science.

I had this ridiculous idea of creating a device that works like a blackhole. Imagine a device in your bedroom with lights on, and the device will suck the light in and the room becomes dark. Then I had the same idea with the sound, it would be a great isolation 🙂

The more practical thought was to create a speed bump that is car friendly. My idea was to implement 2 or 3 air suspensions underneath the bump’s skin, then slow cars would easily press that down and cross safely, but faster cars will really feel that bump, because it takes time to turn flat.

Sometimes I really want to go back to physical sciences and study physics, chemistry, geology.. I’m 26 and still have doubts what I’m gonna do in future.

Published by Sonny Darvishzadeh

Sonny is a full stack web developer, living and working in Berlin. He's thirsty for knowledge, nearly travelholic, likes to share his observations and write about places, people, foods, ideas, etc. You can contact him via darvishzadeh[at]gmail.