Stars and Fate. Reply

Astrology is the blind belief that stars change our fate — pun; like the blind belief wives change our personality. This is where Physics becomes a paraphernalia of whim, cultivated over the ages, to bring solace in seeking ignorance as a means of existential glory.

I just checked some scientific terms, in regards to how they have been made to work like paraphernalia to produce different astrological system. I was not shocked that Indians have kept advanced strides in one branch of knowledge — or the lack-thereof; Astrology.

Guess what? Hindu Astrology is a Sidereal Astrology, hence much advance than Western Astrology, which is a tropical astrology. This we have often taken boastfully, to mean that Indian science is advanced and far-reaching, even from the times of Vedas, but the simple facts — of my conviction, are; we have been manipulative from a very early time in our civilization’s evolution.

We just took science to produce religion. We also took religion to produce myth, and myth to produce social customs and took social customs to downplay science. Why else is “western” science advanced and we are merely a laggard participant in its various glorification.

— Of-course I don’t have words of solace to those who disagree, if like kids we assign ourselves the fancy of winning every sports, that we do not even take part in, because our parents will succumb to that whimsical demand of ours, it wouldn’t work towards science, here we have to work nonetheless, take part in each and every detail and each and every aspect, its not sufficient or even necessary to just downplay the impact of criticism. More…

Socialism is no answer. Reply

Saturday, February 12, 2011 at 1:39 am UTC + 05:30

… Let’s not confuse between socialism on one hand and compassion, humanistic concerns and equitable wealth for the communities on the other hand, because of poverty as a value system. Whats poverty got to do with inaccessibility? Accessibility is such an economic luxury, but spasms* created in education and community growth, can create barriers to such luxury …

spasm; short lived and involuntary growth, sporadic growth.

सत्य कि बिबिधता सिमित हैं, यद्यपि सिर्फ एक में सीमित नहीं। Reply

बिज्ञान अक्सर परिभाषाओं के दायरे में सिमित रह जाती है क्यों कि इस से ऊपर उठना अल्बर्ट आइनस्टीन के भाषा में “बिज्ञान चमत्कार है अगर इसे कमाने कि एक पन्था से दुरी से देखा जाये तो” जैसे “पूर्ब सोम कि सत्य” जैसा प्रतीत है. यह अलग बिचारों से अलग हो जाती है, पर सत्य एक मात्र उपलब्धि न होने पर भी बहत सारे उपलब्धि भी नहीं हैं, कुछ और सीमित उपलब्धियां सत्य कि भरमाई करते हैं।

चेतन भगत के बिकने के कारण भी ढेर सारे हैं जो बिज्ञान से तालुक नहीं रखते, इसके परिभाषाओं के दायरे में, लेकिन क्या हम कह सकते हैं वो कामशास्त्र से ज्यादा महत्व रखता है? चेतन एक जातीय आशा कि कयामत से परिबंधित है, पर कामशास्त्र एक प्राचीन अतः अंतराष्ट्रीय, तथा एक कोमल भाबना कि महिमा जैसे परिकल्पनिया है. यह चेतन कि महनीयता के ऊपर प्रश्न नहीं, बल्कि सत्य कि बिबिधता के ऊपर आलोकित करने की चेष्टा है।

सत्य कि बिबिधता सिमित हैं, यद्यपि सिर्फ एक में सीमित नहीं।

सत्य अनिर्बचनिया है. यह सुन्दर भी है, शील भी है … More…

Growing Above All. 3

What we conveniently forget is what I just parenthesized as “Ethereal Relativism”. Before Einstein’s work, the ether was taken to be something that gives motion a sense of absoluteness. Ether was the absolute measure or reference of motion, therefore all motion seemed to be known as absolute. But its widely silent that Galileo and Newton worked in a frame-work of Physics or laws of nature where a frame of reference keeps motion relative, and not absolute: a concept known as Galilean Relativity.

In other words, if there is an object falling under gravity, in telling our story, we almost forgot that, there can also be a situation where, the relative motion of the falling object, can be studied; with or without the gravity acting on the object. In other words, still, the central question is to ask; did this single object fall faster or slower w.r.t. a situation when there is no gravity? Was it known or not, to Galileo, that, this object can be tested; to be falling faster in presence of the gravity causing object.

As we know today: Gravity causes objects to fall faster, it does not cause them to fall in the first place, between heavier and lighter objects it does not make any one of them to fall faster than the other and this is a force of central attraction to the proportion of; strength being as higher as the square of separation is, less. More…

proof of language theory I have stumbled upon. Reply

Thats mathematics applied to language which makes you available an infinite pattern-element space therefore unification is a beautiful mathematical scheme of logic and evidences from where you can literally draw all evidences as need be, if you get the spirit behind the method of unification. {spirit: philosphy, concepts, patterns, evidences etc} More…

A serendipity can lead to unification !! Reply

FOR unification of language read this article:  the-approach-to-unify-language

Couple of weeks ago I was checking random words on GT. I checked eg 4 in 66 languages and almost all of them come from umbrella {I could read 63 languages and not the 3 that were arabic/urdu/..}. take a cross section of umbrella it will give you a 4. rotate the 4 it gives you an umbrella. you see this fact in the right-symbol in how Japan is written in kanji: 日本. the 2nd kanji is read as hon which is a variant of yon you think? yon is Japanese for 4. then you translate that into French you get cette which is city/umbrella/roof in various renderings. {for same reason kyoto is city in Japanese, umbrella, 4, sun, small ..}

Then I realized you can take any God-damn word in the world and as long as its a bonafide ancient word it will be the same in almost all language with the meaning being conserved into eg sun/umbrella/city/roof/4/7 etc, the only facts they understood milenia ago.

Then I checked for word peace: {remember I told you peace is santiphap in khemr which is literally rising sun, shanti-udvav, shanti-udaya, shantivavana}. Then I found Japanese: anshin {for peace}. while you can read it as unseen = unseen sun or night/shadow/lack-of-harshness hence peace.

symbol/phonetics of peace comes from sun: anshin is peace in Japanese {where one can think an as un or in = night/shadow and shin=sun/lord, there is no harshness of sun during shadow or night}

I think its a peace symbol in all languages: sun. {eg some times you will see a circle that represents a calm sun} manji/swatika/peace-wheel they all represent sun and for that matter peace. {its much more interesting but for now suffices to say peace}