May 20, 2010 by Ultra Flight
Are ancient Indians the real innovators of science,music and mathematics
I have noticed something very odd
Ancient Indians found zero and all those math stuff
They have already predicted scientific facts in upanishads,vedas etc
When it comes to music their rhythmic pattern system(tala) is much complex than any other and their music is also filled with absolute melody
I also think that modern europeans just copied their ideas
They also copied the ayurvedic system
And for ex we all think that leonardo da vinci is the real innovator of airplane but in the ramayana the detail of an airplane is clearly explained.It is also said that Ravana has used it for kidnapping Sita.
I am not an indian but after involving I came to realize the fact that they are the ultimate genius
What do you think?
Well, let's look at other nationalities and mathematics and science.
The Arabs invented algebra.
Euclid, a Greek, invented plane geometry.
Archimedes, a Greek, invented calculus, but this was not known until recently.
The Mayans also invented zero.
Newton, an Englishman, and Leibnitz, a German, invented calculus.
French mathematicians invented probability.
Einstein discovered general and special relativity.
Sir William Harvey, an Englishman, discovered that blood circulates.
Einstein proved that there are molecules.
Einstein proved that there are photons.
Maxwell discovered the relationship between electricity and magnetism.
Heisenberg discovered the uncertainty principle.
Watson and Crick showed the three dimensional structure of DNA.
and so on.
None of these are copies of anything that is Indian.
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Volcanic Ash Making European Travel Tricky
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Europe has been dealing with Iceland's volcanic ash for over a month now. There is no indication when Iceland's volcano will stop belching ash across Europe. The last eruption for this particular volcano lasted a year. Continued ash eruptions threaten summer vacation plans and increase costs for struggling airlines.
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Unfortunately air control authorities and geologists are in agreement that Europe must be prepared for rapid shutdowns of air services for an indefinite period of time.
The ash plume has thinned and spread out since mid April, changing by the hour, expanding into North Atlantic air routes, which in turn has forced hundreds of trans-Atlantic flights to detour daily.
The financial impact of ash clouds on airlines can be significant. Using two hours of jet fuel to reroute a plane to a different airport costs $5,000 to $10,000, depending on the size of the plane.
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