Story of Sathya

If I Had a Time Machine, I wonder how amazing life would be

If I had a time machine was written for Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.

A time machine is a machine capable of transporting a human being in the future and the past. Many movies have adopted this theme, and they have worked well. Think for a bit and imagine if anything as such is constructed in the mere future. Wouldn’t that be amazing? But it is practically impossible! That’s not going to happen. That defies science.   

Suppose I had a time machine. What will I do? You might be interested in knowing. I have always been an admirer of science and Vedic Astrology. In the last few  Indian Science Congress conferences held in Mysore and Mumbai, what we saw and heard was astonishing for many.  Many argued why such elements were allowed to present their papers in the esteemed  Science Congress. Many even called this an Indian Astrology Circus for jumbling Mythology and Science.

This amalgamation of Science and Mythology, many didn’t approve of! Because most of them lacked evidence. It is evident that when you state something, you should associate it with correct evidence.   So by now, you must have known what weed I’m going to smoke. Okay, If I had a time machine, I would visit the period that the Indian Scientists stated at the Indian Science Congress to know if they actually meant it or just cooked a fantasy story. 

So, let’s get started. BJP MP Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank of Haridwar constituency stated that an Indian sage Karnad had conducted a nuclear test for Lakhs of years ago. India is known for running a nuclear test in 1998 under the leadership of Shri ABV and AJP. 

If I had a time machine

 So I will first clock the Time machine to transport me to a period where Sage Karnad lived. I will talk to him and make recordings of his Experiment where he was said to have conducted Nuclear Tests. I will have a friendly tete-a-tete with him and talk about his experiences. I will collect as many pieces of evidence as I can if he conducts those nuclear Tests.   

During the inauguration of a Reliance Hospital in Mumbai last year, Our Honorable Prime Minister mentioned that Karna of Mahabharat was born out of his mother’s womb, citing that Genetic Engineering existed in that ancient period. Urging the need to have enhanced technology, Modi said that, but to be sure of this, I would like to travel to the Mahabharat era and enquire about Karna’s birth with the help of the time machine. I will ask people from those areas and family members of the subject to grab details about whether Genetic Engineering really worked in those days.   

During the same event, Modi Ji said that Plastic Surgery happened in India for the first time.  Kiran Naik mentioned the same in an interview, and they said that heated sugar was used in plastic surgery to affix Lord Ganesha’s Elephant head to a Human Torso.  I would transport myself to that period with the help of the time machine.

if i had a time machine

I would witness the surgery and record it. I would talk to the Lord himself and again collect evidence. I wouldn’t prefer our Politicians making fun of Hindu Idols for cheap vote gain. But if that happened, we would record all those and bring them back to our current era.   

 I would then go back to 1000 years, meet Mr. Baudhayana, and talk to him more about the Theorem he invented. Many Vedic gurus and Union Minister Harshavardhan claimed that he had written Phytogoras theorem long before Mr. Phythagoras of Greece wrote it. The entire Western Scientist Community is laughing at us for such statements.

So it’s evident that I would bring shreds of past evidence if that happened. I will talk to Mr. Baudhayana and ask about it. If he did it, and if he did, then I would fast forward to Greece and meet Mr. Pythagoras and talk to him about this and inform him that what he created was an Indian’s creation and he can’t do anything like that.  

Only if Baudhayana invented that much before Pythagoras. We Indians wouldn’t like the Greeks to take credit for what belongs to us. But that’s history. People will laugh at us if we claim all that now. 

Story of Sathya
Pythagoras crying after knowing that his theorem was already written by an Indian Sage

 Kiran Naik also mentioned that helmet was used on Mars during the Mahabharat wars. During the wars, there was a chase from Earth to the moon and then to mars, where a king attacked his rival, breaking his helmet. So it indicates that helmets were used during the Vedic era on Mars.  So you know where I will be moving next.  I guess this event must have inspired the Star Wars movie.   

Former pilot Anand Bodas made a claim that others found to be a bizarre claim. He said that Maharishi Bhardwaj of 1500 BC  had laid guidelines on how to fly airplanes and said that during those days airplanes would not only fly between countries, in fact, they would fly between galaxies and planets. And those planes would be too huge powered by 40 Engines. He also mentioned that such planes not only moved in forwarding directions but moved backward as well.

So I would travel to those days and record the airplanes flying between planets and, in fact, experience by sitting in one of them and clicking photos of Earth, Venus, and Jupiter – my Birth planet.  A perfect Star Wars experience! Mr. Bodas claims that aviation technology existed in India in 7000 BC. Isn’t that amazing? I would find that by traveling to that age.    But only if I had a Time Machine! Alas, I don’t have one. 🙁  No one would accept Claims without Evidence.  The scientific community will make fun of you if you try to interpolate mythology, fantasy, fiction, and science.

They would think that you are cooking a good fantasy story. You need to produce perfect evidence for things we want to prove correct. As an analyst, the evidence is essential!    We could buy those points only if we documented proof because Science works on evidence. And I wish I had a Time Machine. 

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