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saarthak haldar
A Biology and biotechnology student, published poet, science writer and a thinker.
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saarthak haldar Oct 17
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saarthak haldar Sep 26
Existence of ourselves~ By Saarthak Haldar - The Voices Project
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Aditi Sharma Aug 22
Waiting for this ❤️
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saarthak haldar Aug 23
Replying to @ElaineMarieCar1
You are truly welcome
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saarthak haldar Aug 22
Ya, I really liked that proofreading and promoting feature. I will surely try when I will complete my book. (I just started it yet). And I will like to write a article on your guest blog someday.(I can't do this right now because I am occupied tremendously by my academic works)
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saarthak haldar Aug 22
You are truly welcome and thanks for following me too. Ya, I really found wordrefiner nice..
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saarthak haldar Aug 22
Replying to @Milkypediaa
obviously 2 fibrous joints
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saarthak haldar Aug 22
Replying to @Ronnil08708367
I don't read science fiction but there are plenty of them... I mostly read scientific books on research.. If you want them I can give you name
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saarthak haldar Aug 22
Replying to @Ronnil08708367
If you want then you should surely try..
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saarthak haldar Aug 22
Replying to @Ronnil08708367
It's a moth fly (Psychodidae)
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saarthak haldar Aug 22
Replying to @Ronnil08708367
my exams.. And constant academic deadlines.
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saarthak haldar Aug 21
Replying to @LangurLover
perhaps, the praying mantis, as I barely know their origins are quite ancient.
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INPST Aug 17
Life span extension by glucose restriction is abrogated by methionine supplementation: Cross-talk between glucose and methionine and implication of methionine as a key regulator of life span Other social media channels:
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Ethan Siegel Aug 20
Why Don’t Light And Gravitational Waves Arrive Simultaneously? When neutron stars merge, they generate both light and gravitational waves. They're both must travel at exactly the same speed. So why did gravitational waves arrive 2s earlier?
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saarthak haldar Aug 21
Replying to @J_Motoki
My 13 yrs old self always thought that when he will come to my age he will create many art and will spread science and knowledge for uplifting the humanity, and when he will see me he will be depressed and demotivated at the same time.
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saarthak haldar Aug 20
Replying to @codey_horn
You are truly Welcome
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saarthak haldar Aug 20
Replying to @DJames1821
You are truly welcome and Ya, sure, I will surely see your website. Have a great day too.
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saarthak haldar Aug 20
Replying to @_atanas_ @_INPST
Its weird but, Indian Ayurveda has said the same, some thousand years ago.. ( approx, more than 3000)
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Written Tales Aug 19
Hopelessness & Pain Inside, by | Written Tales
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saarthak haldar Aug 19
Replying to @TheWrittenTales
Thanks for publishing my poetry
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