August03, 2018 (C) Ravinder Singh firstname.lastname@example.org
When in 1973 I was playing my first ever Chess Tournament on table One and won that match – my brain was processing each move like a Super Computer Deep Blue* evaluating some billions of moves for each movement of Chess pieces. Playing Chess and Indoor Games I was Programming a natural my own ‘SUPER COMPUTER’ at practically no cost.
Then I realized had to pay ‘Entry Fee’ and buy Tea and Snacks at National Level tournament – I switched to INVENTING. Secured Patents and Represented India at EXPO’85 World Exhibition of Inventor. All my competitors have SUPER COMPUTERS in the world.
For complete human development – Indoor Games like Chess, Poker, Career, and Money Games etc for Sharp Brains and Outdoor Sports Athletics, Cricket, Football, Tennis, Kabaddi & Kho Kho, Badminton, Hockey, Cycling, Wrestling, Judo, Karate for Physical Development Indoor Sports like Squash, Billiard, Bowling, Badminton, Table Tennis etc are all essential – more than education up to School Level.
Sports makes a person Mentally Tough, Intelligent, Ability to Analyze and Make Quick Accurate Decisions.
Adda52, an Indoor Games IT Company has appointed Chris Gayle as its Brand Ambassador.
India should be promoting BRAIN GAMES than Children reading same books hundreds of times for over two decades and as Mr. Mohandas Pai said ‘Education Cost from Nursery to Post Graduation Cost Rs.1 Crore’ and then most are found to unemployable – Because They Have Not Developed their Brains.
Indian Education System should switch to 40% School Work and 50% Sports & Games and 10% Part Time Jobs – in my case it was 20% & 80%.
Sports Economy may exceed $100b by 2022 creating million jobs serving 200m young Indians.
*Deep Blue WIKI ‘It was a massively parallel, RS/6000 SP Thin P2SC-based system with 30 nodes, with each node containing a 120 MHz P2SC microprocessor, enhanced with 480 special purpose VLSI chess chips. Its chess playing program was written in C and ran under the AIX operating system. It was capable of evaluating 200 million positions per second, twice as fast as the 1996 version. In June 1997, Deep Blue was the 259th most powerful supercomputer according to the TOP500 list, achieving 11.38 GFLOP on the High-Performance LINPACK benchmark.’
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, ND -110016, India. Ph: 091- 8826415770, 9871056471, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,
Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects