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This is the 5th blog of the series Exploring science in ancient science. I had devoted the previous blogs of this series to describe the difference in view of space and time and existence in ancient science. The system that is described, is a changing base network, which contains various observables having multiple paths which is existence. These paths move forward based on self-established logic. Work is performed to move forward in… Read More

This is the second blog related to the topic “Exploring science in ancient scriptures“. In the first blog “View of matter and space“, I had explained how the perception of matter can be changed, by simply viewing this world around us as a network of substances rather than the individual substances, which is the modern science view of it. Viewing that appearance of network as an expanse becomes space. So, rather than… Read More

As I have been writing in the various blogs about Surya Siddanta, I find that this literature is definitely not about astronomy. The context of translation of this literature needs to be “the emergence of this empirical reality from the truth”. When translated in this context, the concepts that emerge is surprising. Each and every verse in this document describes a host of concepts that even the smallest change in the interpretation… Read More