Ancient Hindu Science:Its Transmission and Impact on World Cultures Alok Kumar
Hindu-Yogi Science of Breath: Yogi Ramacharaka
Hindu; Occult Art Magic; A Short Course Of Practical Research And Experiments, Based Upon The Ancient Hindu Tantric Science, Dealing With The Teli-Magnetic Or Tele-Kinetic Force, Employed To Act Upon Physical Matter, In The Production Of Occult Phenomena: K. T. Ramasami
The Hindu System of Moral Science (Classic Reprint): Kishori Lal Sarkar
Hindu Achievements in Exact Science:A Study in the History of Scientific Development (Classic Reprint) Benoy Kumar Sarkar
Shiva in Steel is the latest installment in Fred Saberhagen´s Berserker series, a chronicle of a race of intelligent machines devoted to exterminating all organic life.In a sector of the Galaxy occupied by Earth-descended people, one Berserker computer has suddenly and mysteriously developed a tactical strategy unlike anything the human opposition has seen before. Shiva, like the Hindu god of destruction after which it was named, annihilates entire colonies with the help of its fiendish subordinates. Commander Claire Normandy struggles to prepare for Shiva´s attacks, while Pilot Harry Silver realizes that he must deal with his own demons in order to help her. When a decision is made to destroy the destroyer, neither side is prepared for the incredible risks that emerge as the attack becomes imminent. Can either side face the possibility that something wholly unexpected and eerily familiar lies gnarled within the steel? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Edward Lewis. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/000613/bk_blak_000613_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The idea that the world is an illusion that betrays its real origin has a long tradition and can be found in the writings of Hindu rishis, early Greek philosophers, and Christian Gnostics. What is perhaps surprising is to find such a rich literature on the subject in neuroscience and quantum physics. The latest, and perhaps most provocative, idea to gain some currency in varying scientific disciplines is the hypothesis that the universe is the result of a computational simulation and, as such, is an incredibly rich and detailed illusion that has ultimately tricked us into believing otherwise. 1. Language: English. Narrator: James Killavey. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/052663/bk_acx0_052663_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.