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Einstein Was Wrong. Magic Is Right -India.
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The Moguls must've hidden their technology when the British East India Company arrived and giggled up their
sleeves when they saw the westerners using silly things like toilets.

Ladies and gentlemen, Wakanda II.


Quote:India scientists dismiss Einstein theories

'Scientists in India have hit out at speakers at a major conference for making irrational claims, including that
ancient Hindus invented stem cell research.

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An Indian scientist said that Albert Einstein (pictured) was wrong and that gravitational waves
should be renamed "Narendra Modi Waves"


Some academics at the annual Indian Science Congress dismissed the findings of Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein.
Hindu mythology and religion-based theories have increasingly become part of the Indian Science Congress agenda.
But experts said remarks at this year's summit were especially ludicrous.

The 106th Indian Science Congress, which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, runs from 3-7 January.
The head of a southern Indian university cited an old Hindu text as proof that stem cell research was discovered in India
thousands of years ago.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi (centre) inaugurated the event.


G Nageshwar Rao, vice chancellor of Andhra University, also said a demon king from the Hindu religious epic, Ramayana,
had 24 types of aircraft and a network of landing strips in modern day Sri Lanka.

Another scientist from a university in the southern state of Tamil Nadu told conference attendees that Isaac Newton and
Albert Einstein were both wrong and that gravitational waves should be renamed "Narendra Modi Waves".
Dr KJ Krishnan reportedly said Newton failed to "understand gravitational repulsive forces" and Einstein's theories were
"misleading".

Critics said that while ancient texts should be read and enjoyed - it was nonsense to suggest they represented science.
The Indian Scientific Congress Association expressed "serious concern" at the remarks...'
BBC:


Quote:Cows to planes: Indian ministers who rewrote scientific history

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The Wright brothers built and flew the world's first successful plane.

'India's junior education minister, Satyapal Singh, raised a few eyebrows on Wednesday when he said that
engineering students needed to be taught about ancient Indian scientific discoveries, including the fact that
the plane was first mentioned in the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana.

Mr Singh, who was the chief guest at an engineering awards ceremony in the capital Delhi, also told the
gathering that the first working plane was invented by an Indian named Shivakar Babuji Talpade eight years
before the Wright brothers.

Shivakar Babuji Talpade's alleged achievements remain unverified and Mr Singh's comments have been
ridiculed on social media. However, he is not the first Indian minister to make such claims, either about
ancient India's contribution to science or that it invented the plane.

A speaker at a prestigious science conference in 2015 told his audience that the inventor was really a
sage named Bharadwaja, who lived about 7,000 years ago.

Captain Anand Bodas, a retired pilot and head of a pilot training facility, also claimed that India had interplanetary
aircraft thousands of years ago, along with sophisticated radar that was superior to today's systems.

Here are a few other dubious scientific claims that have attracted attention in the past.

The god of plastic surgery
In 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a gathering of doctors and medical staff at a Mumbai hospital
that the story of the Hindu god Ganesha showed cosmetic surgery existed in ancient India.

"We worship Lord Ganesha. There must have been some plastic surgeon at that time who got an elephant's
head on the body of a human being and began the practice of plastic surgery," he said.
According to Hindu mythology, Lord Ganesha was created when Lord Shiva attached the head of a baby
elephant to the body of a child.
.................

Divine engineering
Last month, the chief minister of the western state of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani, made a speech at the Institute
of Infrastructure Technology Research and Management where he praised the "engineering skills" of Lord
Ram, one of Hinduism's most popular deities and the protagonist of the epic Ramayana.

The Ramayana says that Lord Ram built a bridge from India to Sri Lanka in order to rescue his wife Seeta,
after she was kidnapped by the country's demon king.
.................

Cows exhaling oxygen
The education minister for the western state of Rajasthan said in January that it was important to "understand
the scientific significance" of the cow, as it was the only animal in the world to both inhale and exhale oxygen.

Vasudev Devnani did not present any studies that disprove current science which has established that cows
do in fact exhale carbon dioxide. He was widely ridiculed after his comments were reported in the media...'
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It looks more-and-more likely that they are truly not sending their best.


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