We're a science magazine that focuses on effective science communication, making complex ideas intuitive without oversimplifying things to the point of factual fallacy. Our mission is to marvel at the wonders of the universe along with you, delving deep into fundamental questions about our world. Our motto is best expressed by the words of the ancient philosopher, Confucius—“He who knows all the answers has not been asked all the questions.”
We believe that answering fundamental questions about the universe should be on humanity's priority list. The quest for knowledge will never truly be over, but as time and science progress, the gap between our questions and their answers will be closed—and yet, there will be more questions left to ask. “Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth”, said the Buddha; the last of which has been hidden the longest.
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President, Founder, Content producer, Editor
I am Akhilesh, and I started The Geekly. The Geekly started off as a platform where Dhruv and I would publish our ideas about science, and our interest in science thereof. Each time I found out about something that was interesting, I delved deep into it to present an accurate version comprehensible to the layperson.
I believe that answering fundamental questions about the universe should be one of on humanity's priority list. The quest for knowledge will never truly be over, but as time and science progress, the gap between our questions and their answers will be closed. Summed up in the insightful words of the Chinese philosopher Confucius, “He who knows all the answers has not been asked all the questions”.
Founding Member, Content Producer, COO, CMO
My name is Dhruv Ramu and I have been participating in The Geekly since its creation. I wanted to contribute to The Geekly because I loved reading scientific articles, and wanted to replicate the ability of their authors. I truly believed in the quote “The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you” and wanted to be both a learner and a teacher—and The Geekly helped me achieve that.
Through this time, I have learned and refined my knowledge on various concepts and could truly see the potential of scientific research in our everyday lives and the future. The viewer base of The Geekly has slowly increased, and I am passionate about teaching others, and hope to continue doing so in the future in a scientific magazine spanning technology, biology, physics and more.