Research of Ancient Philosophy


As I have indicated in many of my previous blogs and books, we sense raw data, but experience derived data. Distance and direction are derivatives that are known only in the analytical fifth dimension which is caused because of storage and analysis. This derivatives then leads us to the formation of the derivatives of space and time. Space is caused by our ability to assign a specific distance and direction to locate… Read More

In quantum mechanics we talk about quantum particle(s) or entities being in every possible state (wave or particle) till an observer is present. As I have said in my books and many of my blogs, a fact that is questionable in such a definition is why have we only included the two states that we know of here and called them “all possibilities”? That a quantum entity can have wave or particle… Read More

As I had indicated in my previous blog “Why we should not be eager to become a space faring species?“, we should let the obscurity in the knowledge of the objects external to our earth remain obscure. As I had indicated, the tools that we have currently to detect and understand the various observable parameters present are limited to the material properties of the observables. Do we really just want to discover… Read More

Wikipedia defines common sense as: “Common sense is sound, practical judgment concerning everyday matters, or a basic ability to perceive, understand, and judge in a manner that is shared by (i.e. common to) nearly all people.” What is forgotten here is, this “practical sense” is actually shared equally by all living beings. We do not find an animal walking out of the cliff into the air to fall to its death, nor… Read More

As I have indicated in my book “A research of Shiva: The Enigma“, Shiva, Isha, Rudra and the various other references used to “indicate Shiva” are completely different from each other. The reason all these tend to indicate the same concept is because of the projection of the higher dimensions onto a lower dimension of reality. For example, if a cube is drawn on a 2D paper, then the depth dimension is… Read More

In modern science we recognise too many forces. But there are four fundamental forces that are recognised. Gravity, electromagnetic force, nuclear force(weak and strong). It is also suggested that these can be unified into a single force which manifests in different forms, yet the unification is far from explainable by our science. Moreover, forces in modern science only explains the observable matter and effects on this observed matter. So, what is the… Read More