K. Sreeman Reddy


The unimpressiveness of the religious miracles

December 02, 2021 | 7 mins read | Atheism Epistemology
Blog I will argue that the miracles claimed as evidence by many religions are too insignificant and unimpressive compared to the grandiose size and scale of the universe. The miracles needed to justify a religion should be at least 3-A: Universe level feats like destroying all galaxies instantly and then recreating them. So, even in the unlikely case that the attributed miracles really happened, it is not rational to believe the claims made by those religions. Read More ›


Relativistic quantum mechanics textbooks review

October 13, 2021 | 2 mins read | Quantum mechanics Special relativity Textbook
Blog In this post, I will review some textbooks on relativistic quantum mechanics (RQM). Most quantum field theory (QFT) books will briefly discuss some RQM in the beginning and why it is not a correct theory and will move on to QFT. Here I will only review those which discuss RQM somewhat completely. RQM is a one-particle theory. The reason it is hard to find books on RQM is because it is not a well defined theory like QFT. Read More ›


Right to be not brainwashed

September 20, 2021 | 5 mins read | Atheism Ethics Epistemology
Many things which were considered to be morally acceptable centuries ago are now considered to be crimes like, for example, slavery. One such morally bad thing which is currently considered as acceptable throughout the world is brainwashing innocent children in the name of religion. Read More ›


Warticle and Normatter

August 23, 2021 | 3 mins read | Quantum mechanics Particle physics History of physics
Whenever a name has different meanings within the same field it unnecessarily introduces confusion. But after some time people generally continue with the improper names since a large amount of literature already present has used it. Read More ›


Relativity textbooks review

June 11, 2021 | 5 mins read | General relativity Special relativity Textbook
There are many Special relativity (SR) and General relativity (GR) textbooks, here I will review some of them. Read More ›

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