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History of Brain Surgery (Trepanation) since 7000 BCE
Evidences of Skulls with Brain surgery or Trepanation between 7000 BCE – 1400 CE found in Europe, South America, Egypt, India. Bhoja Prabandham written by Raja Bhoj of Paramar around 1050 CE describes its process. Brain surgery or Trepanation is …

Coconut Breaking Ritual, alternate to Human Ego Sacrifice
Coconut breaking ritual in hindu temples is a quantum intention accelerator experiment, origin of tradition, reasons and significance, butterfly effect, similarity with Jesus Christ shedding his blood. Coconut water spilling electrolytic plasma similar to water of RBC in human blood. …

World’s First Male Organ Transplant was done on Yayati
World’s first ever recorded male organ transplant was in Adi Parva of Mahabharata and Bhagavata Purana. Yayati (ययाति) was a son of King Nahusha, who was ancestor of Pandavas. He had two wives, Devayani and Sharmishtha. Devayani was the daughter …

Ancient Fracture Treatment methods by Susrutha
In traditional Ayurveda practice, the fracture of bones and their treatment was first mentioned in SUSRUTHA SAMHITA – Chikitsa Sthana from the view of surgical management. Among the different types of fractures, ancient Indian surgeons gave importance to the fractures …

Surgeries in Ancient India (6th Century BCE)
Susrutha performed surgeries on nose, ears, bladder, cataract, fistula, joints, haemorrhage more than 2600 ago with surgical instruments, but first known surgery performed on human body was mentioned in Rig-Veda (composed around 23720 BC), where a Prosthetic leg was attached …

Hexatoms and Photons in Bhagavata Purana
Modern scientists believe that the photon (light) is the transmitter particle (gauge boson) for electromagnetic force. Srimad Bhagavatam or Bhagavata Purana written around 3100 BCE, describes vedic atoms or hexatoms (made from combinations of 6 atoms), which are …

Einstein Mass Energy Equivalence in Bhagavad Gita
Einstein Mass Energy Equivalence (E = mc2) was first expressed in his paper Annus Mirabilis during 1905. In physics, mass–energy equivalence is the concept that the mass of an object or system is a measure of its energy …