[Advaita-l] Quantum Physics came from Vedas: Schrödinger and Einstein read Veda's

Ramesam Vemuri vemuri.ramesam at gmail.com
Tue Mar 7 13:31:54 EST 2017

Well said, Sir.

Permit me to share two incidents, each reflecting a different facet on the

1.  The Caltech Theoretical Physicist Prof. Sean Carroll once challenged on
the twitter to explain Quantum Physics in less than 120 characters. A wise
guy wrote: "If you look, it's a particle; if you don't, it's a wave."

I paraphrased it for Advaita: "If you look, it's a world; if you don't,
it's brahman."

2.  A retired Professor of Physics from Andhra University gave a talk on
how he derived the characteristics of all the particles in the Standard
Model from an analysis of Sri chakra mantras.

A question was raised whether his calculations confirm the particle
'graviton' with spin 2 and what were its other properties about which the
physicists were not yet certain.

He had no answer.

Perhaps one has to wait till Physicists make their own discovery after
which a Pundit would claim that it was already known in our mantras for
millennia of years!

On Tue, Mar 7, 2017 at 2:24 AM, Venkata sriram P via Advaita-l <
advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:

> Namaste Murthyji,
> //////////
> Adi Sankara and many Advaitis in the Sampradaya have known Jagat is
> Mithyaa many many
> centuries back.
> //////////
> From philosophical perspective, yes, bhArata has reached it's pinnacle but
> let us also give credit
> to western scientists who have toiled day and night to invent.
> Without Thomas Edison, there wouldn't have been electric bulbs; without
> Wright Brothers, there
> wouldn't have been aeroplanes; without Graham Bell, there wouldn't have
> been telephone;
> and without Alexander Fleming, there wouldn't have been Penicillin and so
> on...who have
> improved our life standards.
> Having acknowledged the westerners' contribution to the society whose
> journey is external;
> the Indian philosophers' journey is internal and the path of the both are
> mutually exclusive.
> However, it is not that Vedas are only concerned with mantras,
> karma-kanda, pashu-yagas and
> attainment of other world and thereafter.
> It needs a special mention that a technique of excavation of earth for
> tracing of
> gems and certain metallurgical rocks have been mentioned in mantra-bhAga.
> The gems and mettalurgical
> rocks were identified with the help of "garuDa".  These aspects should
> have been studied deeply by our
> our traditional scholars rather than engaging discussions whether Jagat is
> mithya or satya.  The over-emphasis
> of jagat mithyAvAda and teaching of vedanta to every tom, dick and harry
> has resulted in pseudo-vairAgya
> who pose a jnanis.  Unfortunately, today's bhArata has produced more
> castor oil faced saffron-donned sanyasis
> rather than adept purva-mimamsa grihasthAs with mastery on prayoga vidhi.
> Every tom, dick and harry is a
> sanyAsi here and blabbers vedAnta !
> A veda sabha was organized couple of years back which was presided by
> Mahamahopadhyaya
> Vishwanatha Gopalakrishna Sastry Garu who mentioned this.
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