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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. …

Mathematics of Atoms (Paramanu) in Rudram Chamakam
The 11th Anuvaka of Sri Rudram Chamakam (चमकम्) describes complex mathematics behind formation of different molecules by combination different number of atoms. Chamakam is a sanskrit hymn dedicated to Rudra (an epithet of Lord Siva), taken from the Yajurveda (Taittariya …

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 …

Vaishesika Sutras by Kanada describe Laws of Motion & Concept of Atom
Vaisheshika or Vaiśeṣika (Sanskrit: वैशेषिक) is one of the six Hindu schools of philosophy in Ancient Vedic India. They were originally proposed by the sage Kaṇāda (or Kana-bhuk, literally, atom-eater) around the 2nd century BC. Vaishesika sutras espouses a form …

Electrical Energy and Usage in Atharva Veda
Electricity and energy can be used in daily life apart from military usage and this was described in Atharvana Veda. General impression created about this 4th veda is that it is only used for designing and usage of weapons …

Atomic & Molecular knowledge in Bhagavata Purana
Dalton proposed a theory of Indivisibility of Atom, during 1808. 1911, Rutherford proved that the atoms consist of one more particle, whom he named Proton because it was positively charged. During 1932, James Chadwick proved the presence of a Neutron …