Sunday, September 27, 2009

1. Medical Science & Technology In Indian Myth & Vedas...

Medical science and technology in Indian myth and vedas, which projects the advancement in scientific knowledge!!!

As there are a lot of facts in this world which are astonishing and mysterious.

~Like you can never see a crow mate;

~Egg having the most fragile shell, can never be broken when pressure applied as shown, (neither can an elephant break it this way(as shown), even if its foot being placed and applied pressure on it);

~An Ant can kill an Elephant if entered into its ears and thus elephants keep flapping their ears;

~Bats eat and excrete (both) from their mouth;

~Fishes have the capability to hatch their eggs just by their eye sight (focusing on the eggs);

~Tortois can hatch eggs just by thinking about its eggs;

~Swans have the ability to separate milk from water;

In olden days to maintain the crispness of an eatable a few grains of rice were dropped into the container which contained the crispy eatable.

~Reproduction of Seahorses is unusual because the male is the one that becomes pregnant. Seahorses are monogamous and will only mate with one partner. The male becomes pregnant when a female deposits her eggs into his pouch.

~The crows can always see with either of its 2 eyes, and can’t use both for visualization as what the rest of the species do;

~An earth worm though has got the most tender and sensitive body, if cut into two or more for howmany ever times it won’t die, but rather those segmented divisions become independent beings;

~Every white headed eagle will have at least a twig of sanjeevani in its nest and much more astonishing secrets of nature are still not disclosed to us

But, most of our own invention is still not being disclosed to the world and to us, due to our ignorance and lethargic factors. Our greatest contribution to the world of science were the Vedas and puranas which gave us not only the ideas but also the complete details to accomplish the desired task which we now call the modern science and technology.

To be continued...

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