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Chloe8
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8/18/2016 10:07:53 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
How many god's do you personally believe exist?

Please name every one of them and provide a brief description of their role.

Are there any god's other Hindus believe in that you don't believe exist? If so what is your reasoning for believing these god's don't exist?

Why did your god's create a flawed world full of evil and suffering?

One that features the following:

1. Predators.
2. Parasites.
3. Viruses.
4. Bacteria .
5. Hurricanes.
6. Volcanoes.
7. Tornadoes.
8. Earthquakes.
9. Poverty.
10. Draughts.
11. Floods.
12. Tsunamis.
13. Cancer.
14. Neurological conditions.
15. Deformities.

Why do most believers in Hinduism live in India?

Why don't your god's tell people in other parts of the world of their existence?

Why doesn't science support Hinduism?
"I don't need experience.to knock you out. I'm a man. that's all I need to beat you and any woman."

Fatihah, in his delusion that he could knock out any woman while bragging about being able to knock me out. An example of 7th century Islamic thinking inspired by his hero the paedophile Muhammad.
Harikrish
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8/18/2016 10:52:44 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/18/2016 10:07:53 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
How many god's do you personally believe exist?

Please name every one of them and provide a brief description of their role.

Are there any god's other Hindus believe in that you don't believe exist? If so what is your reasoning for believing these god's don't exist?

There is only one God in Hinduism, Brahma. There are manifestations of God. Saints and prophets are all known as avatars. There are millions of Avatars because Hinduism is a very ancient religion and Hindus very religious people.

Why did your god's create a flawed world full of evil and suffering?

One that features the following:

1. Predators.
2. Parasites.
3. Viruses.
4. Bacteria .
5. Hurricanes.
6. Volcanoes.
7. Tornadoes.
8. Earthquakes.
9. Poverty.
10. Draughts.
11. Floods.
12. Tsunamis.
13. Cancer.
14. Neurological conditions.
15. Deformities.

Why do most believers in Hinduism live in India?

Hinduism was never a missionary religion to be spread or sought converts. You are either born a Hindu or you have to find out for yourself why you were excluded from Hinduism. Extremely bad karma is one possible explanation.

Why don't your god's tell people in other parts of the world of their existence?

Why doesn't science support Hinduism?

Science does support the Vedas. The ancient scriptures of Hinduism.
Einstein, Telsa, Bohr, Schrodinger were all Vedantists (studied the Vedas).

http://www.newsgram.com...
Willows
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8/19/2016 9:13:22 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/18/2016 10:52:44 PM, Harikrish wrote:
At 8/18/2016 10:07:53 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
How many god's do you personally believe exist?

Please name every one of them and provide a brief description of their role.

Are there any god's other Hindus believe in that you don't believe exist? If so what is your reasoning for believing these god's don't exist?

There is only one God in Hinduism, Brahma. There are manifestations of God. Saints and prophets are all known as avatars. There are millions of Avatars because Hinduism is a very ancient religion and Hindus very religious people.

Why did your god's create a flawed world full of evil and suffering?

One that features the following:

1. Predators.
2. Parasites.
3. Viruses.
4. Bacteria .
5. Hurricanes.
6. Volcanoes.
7. Tornadoes.
8. Earthquakes.
9. Poverty.
10. Draughts.
11. Floods.
12. Tsunamis.
13. Cancer.
14. Neurological conditions.
15. Deformities.

Why do most believers in Hinduism live in India?

Hinduism was never a missionary religion to be spread or sought converts. You are either born a Hindu or you have to find out for yourself why you were excluded from Hinduism. Extremely bad karma is one possible explanation.

Why don't your god's tell people in other parts of the world of their existence?

Why doesn't science support Hinduism?

Science does support the Vedas. The ancient scriptures of Hinduism.
Einstein, Telsa, Bohr, Schrodinger were all Vedantists (studied the Vedas).

http://www.newsgram.com...

Brahmash**!
film
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8/19/2016 6:17:14 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/18/2016 10:07:53 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
How many god's do you personally believe exist?

1

Please name every one of them and provide a brief description of their role.

Are there any god's other Hindus believe in that you don't believe exist? If so what is your reasoning for believing these god's don't exist?

divide and rule?

Why did your god's create

We believe in the manifestation of universe, not the creation of universe.

a flawed world full of evil and suffering?

flaws make us appreciate perfection . besides, your point of view speaks volumes about what kind of person you really are.

Why do most believers in Hinduism live in India?

and how exactly were we supposed to export morality to the non existent foreign civilizations ?

Why don't your god's tell people in other parts of the world of their existence?

they were always too busy for god.

Why doesn't science support Hinduism?

speed of light can be deduced from ancient hindu texts.
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8/19/2016 6:34:18 PM
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At 8/19/2016 6:17:14 PM, film wrote:
At 8/18/2016 10:07:53 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
How many god's do you personally believe exist?

1

Please name every one of them and provide a brief description of their role.

Are there any god's other Hindus believe in that you don't believe exist? If so what is your reasoning for believing these god's don't exist?

divide and rule?

Why did your god's create

We believe in the manifestation of universe, not the creation of universe.

a flawed world full of evil and suffering?

flaws make us appreciate perfection . besides, your point of view speaks volumes about what kind of person you really are.

Why do most believers in Hinduism live in India?

and how exactly were we supposed to export morality to the non existent foreign civilizations ?

Why don't your god's tell people in other parts of the world of their existence?

they were always too busy for god.

Why doesn't science support Hinduism?

speed of light can be deduced from ancient hindu texts.

What texts? Can you give the passage(s) that show this?
janesix
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8/20/2016 7:17:36 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/20/2016 4:54:52 AM, film wrote:
What texts? Can you give the passage(s) that show this?

http://www.indiadivine.org...

What's the big deal?

Thanks.

I am always interested in what ancient people knew.
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8/20/2016 8:20:16 AM
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Technical point - in the article the speed of light is calculated by distance over time. That article relates it to the work of Maxwell who deduced the speed of light from physical principles, but it is closer to the work of Rohmer who calculated the speed of light from observed delays in the orbits of the moons of Jupiter. Neither the article nor Rohmer deduced the speed of light in the sense Maxwell explained why the speed of light is what it is.

While the calculation might show a remarkable abliliy of ancient astronmers to make measurements, there is nothing in the article to indicate ancient Hindus has any insight that light was an, e.g. an electomagnetic wave, unversally and relativistically constant, the maximum speed possible,and subject to quantum considerations so let's not get too carried away with the alleged breadth of ancient knowledge! With all that supposed knowledge they never came up with the light bulb, motor car or the telephone washed their clothes by hand on rocks in the river, not in washing machines and killed each other without the aid of bullets and high explosives.
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8/20/2016 9:31:35 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/18/2016 10:52:44 PM, Harikrish wrote:
At 8/18/2016 10:07:53 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
How many god's do you personally believe exist?

Please name every one of them and provide a brief description of their role.

Are there any god's other Hindus believe in that you don't believe exist? If so what is your reasoning for believing these god's don't exist?

There is only one God in Hinduism, Brahma. There are manifestations of God. Saints and prophets are all known as avatars. There are millions of Avatars because Hinduism is a very ancient religion and Hindus very religious people.

Why did your god's create a flawed world full of evil and suffering?

One that features the following:

1. Predators.
2. Parasites.
3. Viruses.
4. Bacteria .
5. Hurricanes.
6. Volcanoes.
7. Tornadoes.
8. Earthquakes.
9. Poverty.
10. Draughts.
11. Floods.
12. Tsunamis.
13. Cancer.
14. Neurological conditions.
15. Deformities.

Why do most believers in Hinduism live in India?

Hinduism was never a missionary religion to be spread or sought converts. You are either born a Hindu or you have to find out for yourself why you were excluded from Hinduism. Extremely bad karma is one possible explanation.

Why don't your god's tell people in other parts of the world of their existence?

Why doesn't science support Hinduism?

Science does support the Vedas. The ancient scriptures of Hinduism.
Einstein, Telsa, Bohr, Schrodinger were all Vedantists (studied the Vedas).

http://www.newsgram.com...

Einstein Didn't.
UUU
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8/20/2016 1:47:54 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
Einstein Didn't.

Neither did Telsa, Bohr, Schrodinger. They have just interpreted the translated texts stolen during the british rule.
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8/20/2016 1:51:19 PM
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At 8/20/2016 8:20:16 AM, keithprosser wrote:
Technical point - in the article the speed of light is calculated by distance over time. That article relates it to the work of Maxwell who deduced the speed of light from physical principles

stolen during the british rule.
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8/21/2016 10:15:43 AM
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At 8/20/2016 1:47:54 PM, UUU wrote:
Einstein Didn't.

Neither did Telsa, Bohr, Schrodinger. They have just interpreted the translated texts stolen during the british rule.

No actually I think they had some knowledge of the Vedas and regarded them highly. But not Einstein.
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8/21/2016 5:26:43 PM
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No actually I think they had some knowledge of the Vedas and regarded them highly. But not Einstein.

In 1903, De Pretto had the equation e is equal to m c square published in a magazine and next year Hasenohrl published a paper with this same equation. There are numerous other guys who have done so. Einstein was mediocre, to be generous, and there is nothing special about him (or his brain). I don't see why you are in awe of his intellectual capabilities.
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8/22/2016 2:08:26 AM
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At 8/20/2016 1:47:54 PM, UUU wrote:
Einstein Didn't.

Neither did Telsa, Bohr, Schrodinger. They have just interpreted the translated texts stolen during the british rule.

Quantum Physics came from the Vedas: Schr"dinger, Einstein and Tesla were all Vedantists.
http://www.krishnapath.org...
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8/22/2016 2:10:03 AM
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At 8/20/2016 9:31:35 AM, johnlubba wrote:
At 8/18/2016 10:52:44 PM, Harikrish wrote:
At 8/18/2016 10:07:53 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
How many god's do you personally believe exist?

Please name every one of them and provide a brief description of their role.

Are there any god's other Hindus believe in that you don't believe exist? If so what is your reasoning for believing these god's don't exist?

There is only one God in Hinduism, Brahma. There are manifestations of God. Saints and prophets are all known as avatars. There are millions of Avatars because Hinduism is a very ancient religion and Hindus very religious people.

Why did your god's create a flawed world full of evil and suffering?

One that features the following:

1. Predators.
2. Parasites.
3. Viruses.
4. Bacteria .
5. Hurricanes.
6. Volcanoes.
7. Tornadoes.
8. Earthquakes.
9. Poverty.
10. Draughts.
11. Floods.
12. Tsunamis.
13. Cancer.
14. Neurological conditions.
15. Deformities.

Why do most believers in Hinduism live in India?

Hinduism was never a missionary religion to be spread or sought converts. You are either born a Hindu or you have to find out for yourself why you were excluded from Hinduism. Extremely bad karma is one possible explanation.

Why don't your god's tell people in other parts of the world of their existence?

Why doesn't science support Hinduism?

Science does support the Vedas. The ancient scriptures of Hinduism.
Einstein, Telsa, Bohr, Schrodinger were all Vedantists (studied the Vedas).

http://www.newsgram.com...


Einstein Didn't.

More detailed link.

http://www.krishnapath.org...
Quantum Physics came from the Vedas: Schr"dinger, Einstein and Tesla were all Vedantists.
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8/22/2016 2:33:39 PM
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At 8/22/2016 2:08:26 AM, Harikrish wrote:
Quantum Physics came from the Vedas: Schr"dinger, Einstein and Tesla were all Vedantists.
http://www.krishnapath.org...

Everything comes from the Vedas. They are timeless. But stealing the knowledge and patenting it in your own name is pathetic.

Tesla is the only respectable man in the list.
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8/22/2016 3:38:38 PM
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At 8/22/2016 2:33:39 PM, UUU wrote:
At 8/22/2016 2:08:26 AM, Harikrish wrote:
Quantum Physics came from the Vedas: Schr"dinger, Einstein and Tesla were all Vedantists.
http://www.krishnapath.org...

Everything comes from the Vedas. They are timeless. But stealing the knowledge and patenting it in your own name is pathetic.

Tesla is the only respectable man in the list.

He also appears to be the most influenced by the Vedas.

"Tesla understood the great power of Zero Point Field or Akasha or Ether: the power of space between the electrons and the nucleus. Vivekanda"s effect on Tesla was so great that he became vegetarian, became celibate and started using Sanskrit words."
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8/23/2016 6:29:16 PM
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At 8/22/2016 2:08:26 AM, Harikrish wrote:
At 8/20/2016 1:47:54 PM, UUU wrote:
Einstein Didn't.

Neither did Telsa, Bohr, Schrodinger. They have just interpreted the translated texts stolen during the british rule.

Quantum Physics came from the Vedas: Schr"dinger, Einstein and Tesla were all Vedantists.
http://www.krishnapath.org...

No, Einstein wasn't and I have spent a lot of time in the past trying to verify if Einstein attributes anything to Vedic philosophy, and he doesn't.

If you can provide an independent source other than a Vedic website, I will concede.

Go.
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8/23/2016 6:30:20 PM
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At 8/21/2016 5:26:43 PM, UUU wrote:
No actually I think they had some knowledge of the Vedas and regarded them highly. But not Einstein.

In 1903, De Pretto had the equation e is equal to m c square published in a magazine and next year Hasenohrl published a paper with this same equation. There are numerous other guys who have done so. Einstein was mediocre, to be generous, and there is nothing special about him (or his brain). I don't see why you are in awe of his intellectual capabilities.

Well that's totally of topic, Oh well.
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8/27/2016 1:56:18 PM
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At 8/20/2016 8:20:16 AM, keithprosser wrote:
Technical point - in the article the speed of light is calculated by distance over time. That article relates it to the work of Maxwell who deduced the speed of light from physical principles, but it is closer to the work of Rohmer who calculated the speed of light from observed delays in the orbits of the moons of Jupiter. Neither the article nor Rohmer deduced the speed of light in the sense Maxwell explained why the speed of light is what it is.

In the article, there is no mention of the procedure used. Besides, Maxwell did not 'deduce' the speed of light, he 'proposed' that it was an electomagnetic wave.

While the calculation might show a remarkable abliliy of ancient astronmers to make measurements, there is nothing in the article to indicate ancient Hindus has any insight that light was an, e.g. an electomagnetic wave, unversally and relativistically constant, the maximum speed possible,and subject to quantum considerations so let's not get too carried away with the alleged breadth of ancient knowledge! With all that supposed knowledge they never came up with the light bulb, motor car or the telephone washed their clothes by hand on rocks in the river, not in washing machines and killed each other without the aid of bullets and high explosives.

Verse 3: Sa na Indrah Shivah sakhashwavad gomadvavama
Urudhaarev dohate

That very electric power may be our peaceful friend, providing us with the horse-power to drive our machines, light to light up our houses, and power to produce grains in the fields. Let it bring on prosperity and well-being for us by flowing into numerous currents.

https://www.quora.com...

Shall I quote another priceless verse to prove that today's nuclear weapons are nothing more than primitive toys -

When compared to Ancient Indian Weapons?

There is a popular saying among the wise men -

' What has not happened in Mahabharata , can not happen. '
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8/27/2016 3:39:49 PM
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Your patriotic and religious pride is very evident - but don't let it take away your reason.

Every word I wrote is true.

I don't debate with fanatics. Hindu, Christian or Muslim, the name of the religion changes but the grandiosity of the claims is the same.
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8/27/2016 5:20:50 PM
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there is nothing in the article to indicate ancient Hindus has any insight that light was an, e.g. an electomagnetic wave, unversally and relativistically constant, the maximum speed possible,and subject to quantum considerations so let's not get too carried away with the alleged breadth of ancient knowledge!

You had orgasm writing the above.
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8/27/2016 5:23:03 PM
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At 8/27/2016 5:20:50 PM, Durbodh wrote:
there is nothing in the article to indicate ancient Hindus has any insight that light was an, e.g. an electomagnetic wave, unversally and relativistically constant, the maximum speed possible,and subject to quantum considerations so let's not get too carried away with the alleged breadth of ancient knowledge!

You had orgasm writing the above.

Thanks for your input, TREssspa.