By G Venkataraman
This publication describes a enormous discovery made by means of Satyendranath Bose. It additionally is helping the reader take a step nearer in knowing Bose—the scientist—and describes the occasions that encompass this intriguing discovery
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Carnegie Museum was a magnet to me as long as I lived in Pittsburgh. R. (Eugene Rudolph) Eller, an invertebrate paleontologist who helped me identify some of the fossil invertebrates (mostly the shells of clamlike brachiopods and horn corals) that I had found in a hillside. Eller suggested guidebooks to the geology and fossils around Pittsburgh. He and other curators were enormously generous in sharing their time with interested kids. In high school I was allowed to work as a volunteer at the museum.
My father was a more interesting case. He too had been brought as a Catholic, but a Viennese one, which is to say, not very. He never tried to influence my beliefs, but he inevitably must have by his plainly nonpious example. At various times when I became a bit older, he told me that he was a pantheist, or someone who equates God with nature. He also said he agreed with deism, the idea that God started the universe but has left it to operate under natural laws since. These two are palpably not identical concepts, but they indicate his sense of a god of nature who is not a tinkerer in creation.