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In physics, work is that which either object from one location to another and hence is expressed as a product of force and displacement or that which translates energy from one form to another. The point to note here is that the definition of “energy itself” is very vague or has no definition independent of work. Thus having work defined with energy just makes it circular concept as any other primary concepts… Read More

In this blog of the series of exploring science in ancient scriptures, I will talk about the definition of “work done” as per these scriptures. In the previous blog, I had defined Logic or saMkhya and explained how an “adaptive algorithm” was established based on the series of changes and how this adaptive algorithm drives the establishing of the logic during the rise of the self path of existence. Once established, I… Read More

This is a continuation of the previous blog about Karma as described in Bhagavad Gita. As I have said, Karma really should mean “work: that which is done for energy translation to maintain the immovable/movable in reality “. The dimension of translation of energy should be across kAla rather than across space and time. As we read the chapter 3 of Karma Yoga, we can find further evidences for this. Further, I… Read More