is from Nepal. He joined ISI-society when he was in his mid-teens. He
got his Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in physics and mathematics
from the University of Mississippi in 2021, and is currently pursuing
his Ph.D. in theoretical physics.
Although he is a physicist by profession, he thinks he is primarily a
philosopher (i.e. a “lover of wisdom”) whose sole purpose in life is to
know the truth about reality. He considers epistemic humility to be the
highest intellectual virtue without which knowledge of truth is
unattainable. Therefore, he considers it imperative to exercise a
healthy level of modesty if one possesses a high IQ, that, in most
cases, naturally lead to overestimation of one’s ability and
intellectual narcissism, which he considers to be the greatest
impediments to a person’s intellectual and spiritual growth. While he
thinks IQ is a good proxy to one’s intelligence, he strongly believes
no IQ test of any level of sophistication can capture the entire breath
of human intelligence, which, according to him, has a metaphysical
aspect that cannot be quantified.
He is a moral absolutist and believes in a rationally ordered universe.
One of his chief ambitions in life to is device a grand philosophical
system that incorporates the entire discourse of human knowledge that
includes physics, mathematics, metaphysics, logic, ethics, and
theology. Some of the people that he holds in high esteem and considers
to be his chief intellectual influences are Plato, Aristotle,
Archimedes, St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, Leonardo Da Vinci,
Michelangelo, Issac Newton, Immanuel Kant, Gottfried Leibniz, Carl
Gauss, Adi Shankara, Hegel, Dostoyevsky, Albert Einstein, Kurt G�del,
and Bertrand Russell.
Besides pondering about God, existence, and the universe, he also likes
reading, debating, watching boxing, cooking, exploring different
musical genres, traveling, going on long solitary walks, meditating,
creating memes, and playing chess.