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Indian Scientists Raise Questions Over Einstein Theories

In a surprising revelation, some academics at the annual Indian Science Congress raised questions over the theories of the renowned scientists namely, Issac Newton and Albert Einstein. Indian Science Congress which is popular for giving its findings based on Hindu mythology and religion-based theories plays a key role in contributing to the research of India. 106th Indian Science Congress, which spanned from 3-7 January was inaugurated by the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi had a gathering of many research fellows and Indian scientists. After noticing the attacks on the work of the renowned scientists at the year’s summit, some scientists placed all such comments as unreasonable.

Some of the Indian scientists supported the role of Hindu researchers in the development of scientific theories. Endorsing the claims of an old Hindu text, the head of a Southern Indian University explained the discovery of stem cells was made by Hindu researches thousand years ago in the ancient times. The Vice-Chancellor of Andhra University told the demon king from Hindu religion epic, Ramayana, was having 24 types of aircraft and a web of landing strips in the modern day Sri Lanka.

Even, a scientist from a university from Tamil Nadu told a conference attendees that Issac Newton and Albert Einstein were both wrong. And that it would right to name “gravitational waves” as “Narendra Modi Waves”. The scientist Dr. KJ Krishnan reportedly questioned the contribution of both “Issac Newton” and “Albert Einstein”. He said Newton failed to “understand gravitational repulsive forces” and Einstein’s theories were “misleading”.

Many experts criticize all the comments of researchers which were aimed at defaming the works of renowned scientists. They said that it is okay to read and enjoy the ancient texts but these should not be considered as a representation of science.

“We don’t subscribe to their views and distance ourselves from their comments. This is unfortunate,” Premendu P Mathur, general secretary of Indian Scientific Congress Association, told. “There is a serious concern about such kind of utterances by responsible people.”

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