Vedic Physics: Scientific Origin of Hinduism
In 1995 a young scientist went to the University of Toronto library to find books about Indian culture and was astonished by the extraordinary collection. Even in India it will be hard to find such a collection of texts in Sanskrit. Here he found the original text of the Vedas, and with his background in modern science, he immediately realized that he was in fact reading a book of ancient science, which nobody now understands. It was difficult to understand these texts written in an older version of Sanskrit, but he persisted. After years of painstaking research, he was able to piece together the fragments of ancient science, and write it in a form everyone can easily understand.
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