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DR.EINSTEIN AND EYE OF THE UNIVERSE

DR.EINSTEIN AND EYE OF THE UNIVERSE Put together Special and General Theory of Relativity, Dr.Einstein presented precious universal angles in interdependence among matter, space and time. It however appears that space and time are abstract. Invisible waves operate in space

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The Father of Atomic theory Acharya Kanad

John Dalton (1766 – 1844) is the man credited today with the development of atomic theory. However, It would be surprising for many people today to know that the theory of atoms was actually formulated 2,600 years ago by an Indian

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Varaha Mihira first discovered Water on Mars in 1st Century BCE

Varaha Mihira, astronomer, mathematician, astrologer of 1st century BCE was first to discover ‘Water on Mars‘. He was in the court of King Vikramaditya, who ruled India and neighbouring countries during that era. On this king’s name, a hindu era

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Shiva statue at CERN and the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) at CERN Particle Physics Lab in Switzerland.

Shiva statue at CERN and the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) at CERN Particle Physics Lab in Switzerland.
In 2004, a 2m statue of the dancing Shiva was unveiled at CERN, the European Center for Research in Particle Physics in Geneva. A special plaque next to the Shiva statue explains the significance of the metaphor of Shiva’s cosmic dance with quotations from Capra:

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Why There Will Never Be Another Einstein : No modern scientist comes close to Einstein’s moral as well as scientific stature

Inspired by Scientific American’s terrific September issue, which celebrates the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s theory of general relativity [see Addendum], I’ve dusted off an essay I wrote for The New York Timesa decade ago. Here is an edited, updated version. See also my followup post, “Einstein, The Anxiety of Influence” and “The End of Science.” —John Horgan

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Scientists have figured out how to split the earth’s crust on the plate in antiquity

American geologists found the explanation of how the earth’s crust could cast split in distant youth of our planet, which launched the drift of continents and save our planet from turning into a lifeless modern analogue of Venus. © AP

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Project Loon is set to circle the planet with Internet balloons in 2016

Project Loon is set to circle the planet with Internet balloons in 2016 Around the world in 300 balloons. Google’s Project Loon is a massively ambitious plan to provide Internet connectivity to areas of the planet that don’t already enjoy

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There’s a hidden message written on the back of this family portrait left on the moon

There’s a hidden message written on the back of this family portrait left on the moon So sweet. On April 20, 1972, Apollo 16 astronaut Charles Duke took his first steps on the Moon. He was 36 at the time

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The UK has just invested in a super plane that could fly anywhere in four hours

Woah! It almost sounds like a dream: a new kind of hypersonic space-kissing jet that can take you anywhere in the world in just four hours. But the Skylon super plane being developed by UK aerospace firm Reaction Engines is

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BIG NEWS: NASA’s put a call out for new astronauts to crew missions to Mars

This is not a drill. Most of us grew up wanting to become astronauts at one point or another, with dreams of exploring space. Well, US citizens now have a chance to turn those dreams into a reality, because NASA

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The First Indian Nuclear Physicist believed to be killed by CIA

The First Indian Nuclear Physicist believed to be killed by CIA: Known as the father of Indian Nuclear Programme, Homi Bhabha died in a plane crash when Air India Flight 101 crashed near Mont Blanc on January 24th, 1966. A

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Wonders of science, by Einstein

Science has done great service to mankind. It has ensured life is safer, surer and much more comfortable than ever before. Science has helped man to build computers, artificial satellites and robots, just as it has given the world a

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